A seaside location, plus free airport and area shuttles and free Wi-Fi are big pluses for our guests who stay at the Wyndham San Diego Bayside. The 14-story hotel has 600 newly enhanced and non-smoking rooms, which include free Wi-Fi and cable TVs with premium programming. The heated pool and state-of-the-art fitness center offer a chance to get relax or work out. The hotel has three restaurants to choose from, or enjoy room service and dine on your room's balcony. There's also an on-site convenience store, and pets are welcome. The hotel's bay location is at the edge of downtown, but you won't have to do much walking. Getting around is made easy with the free area shuttle, which stops at Seaport Village, for charming seaside shopping; Westfield Horton Plaza, a deluxe open-air mall; and the San Diego Zoo, which boasts over 4,000 animals. It's just one mile to the San Diego Convention Center, and Little Italy and the historic Gaslamp Quarter are both within walking distance, or just a couple minutes by car. If you have brought your car along, the hotel can arrange valet parking, and there is self-parking available, both for an extra fee. A breezy seaside location and free transportation give Wyndham San Diego Bayside an edge. With a Negotiator-approved price, you'll have money to spare, and that's always a breath of fresh air.
Dogs of all sizes are allowed. Dogs are allowed for a pet fee of $25.00 per pet per night. Two dogs are allowed per room.
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