Downtown San Diego

Downtown San Diego

Downtown San Diego

San Diego Restaurant Week

Downtown San Diego is packed with great food and fun! From Padres games to conventions at the Convention Center, to pool top parties at the Andaz to ferry rides across to Coronado, this area of San Diego has so much to offer everyone in town!

Downtown San Diego

Downtown Neighborhood Information

Downtown San Diego offers eight distinctive neighborhoods – Core, Columbia, Cortez Hill, East Village, Gaslamp Quarter, Horton Plaza, Little Italy and Marina – each with its own history, character and lifestyle. More than 24,000 people live downtown, drawn by the ability to live in a scenic, safe and vibrant atmosphere with homes within walking distance of workplaces, shopping, schools, recreation, entertainment, public transit and more.

Downtown San Diego Posts

Downtown San Diego Solamar

Hotel Solamar in Downtown San Diego 

The other night, we decided to book a staycation at Hotel Solamar while the kids were away on winter break, and it was nothing like our past experiences. It was DELIGHTFUL!… Read More>>

Andaz Hotel San Diego

Andaz Hotel San Diego for Fun and Relaxation

The Andaz Hotel San Diego is a boutique-style hotel in the Gaslamp Quarter of Downtown San Diego. The hotel has 159 rooms with 17 suites. The Andaz allows you to room with your dog at no additional cost. Please keep in mind, only dogs weighing 50 pounds and under or two dogs under a combined weight of 75 pounds are permitted. Hyatt owns the Andaz, so you can use… Read More>>

Hard Rock Hotel San Diego

6 Reasons to Love the Hard Rock Hotel in San Diego 

I can’t say that I’m a regular at the Hard Rock San Diego, but I’ve stayed there a few times, gone to a couple events there, and met enough of the staff to know that this is one of my favorite places to stay and have fun in San Diego. Check out… Read More>>

Rain Delay at a Padres Game?! 

As if we didn’t need further evidence of global climate change, we went to the Padres game last night, May 14th, 2015, and the game was subject to a rain delay!  I was surprised how well the Padres organization handled the rain delay, making it an incredible event despite… Read More>>

Yoga One San Diego Amy Caldwell

Yoga One San Diego 

As many of you already know, we love yoga here at The San Diego Lifestyle! Whenever we have a chance, we ask yoga instructors questions, and dive deeper into the yoga practice here in San Diego. We caught up with Yoga One founders Michael and Amy, and they shared some exciting things with us about their philosophy and the studio downtown. Here’s… Read More>>

Parc Bistro San Diego

Parc Bistro-Brasserie Would Love To Host Your Next Event

Parc Bistro-Brasserie is San Diego’s newest eatery featuring French cuisine paired with coastal favorites in a fine dining atmosphere. Parc is located on 2760 Fifth St. in Banker’s Hill, San Diego, just minutes from Balboa Park and close to downtown. Dogs are welcome on their outdoor patio and… Read More>>

School Information

San Diego Unified School District

4100 Normal Street / San Diego, CA 92103 (619) 725-8000 /

Elementary Schools

1789 State St. (92101)
(619) 525-7475 /

Middle Schools

3366 Park Blvd. (92103)
(619) 293-4450 /

High Schools

San Diego High Educational Complex 1405 Park Blvd. (92101)
(619) 525-7455 /

Private Schools 

All Saints’ Episcopal School
Preschool through eighth grade
3674 Seventh Avenue / San Diego, CA 92103 (619) 298-1671 /

City Tree School
Preschool through sixth grade
320 Date St.
(619) 232-3794 /

Francis Parker
Preschool through twelfth grade
4201 Randolph Street / San Diego, CA 92103 (619) 298-9110 /

Grace Lutheran Church & School Kindergarten through eighth grade 3993 Park Blvd.
(619) 295-3503

Harborside School
Preschool through eighth grade
1329 Kettner Blvd. / (619) 235-0950

Montessori School of San Diego Preschool through third grade
1323 W. Spruce St. / (619) 295-7591