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THE US GRANT, a Luxury Collection Hotel, San Diego
326 Broadway · San DiegoCalifornia92101 · United States 
· Phone:
619-232-3121

Local Time:
8:52 AM
· Weather:
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73 °F
· Things to do in San Diego · San Diego Accommodations · San Diego Dining
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Downtown San Diego Hotel

Discover a timeless San Diego landmark.  THE US GRANT San Diego hotel, a National icon since 1910, is situated in the city's lively and historic downtown Gaslamp Quarter, just steps from top shopping, dining, and entertainment, and a short drive from the destination's world-renowned beaches, museums and family attractions. Our downtown San Diego hotel boasts 270 modern and elegant guest rooms and 22 distinctive meeting rooms. Savor the best of San Diego dining with our award-winning Grant Grill and Grant Grill Lounge. Enrich your travels with a getaway to THE US GRANT San Diego hotel. 

San Diego Gaslamp Hotel

History of THE US GRANT

Our San Diego Gaslamp hotel entices guests of all ages with a dazzling array of dining, shopping, nightlife and entertainment venues within close walking distance.  Explore the city's young heritage at the Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation, experience year-round performances at the many theaters, dine upon an eclectic array of international cuisine, taste San Diego craft beers and more, all nestled with the San Diego Gaslamp Quarter. 




Built by Ulysses S. Grant Jr. in honor of his father, the 18th President of the United States, THE US GRANT bears distinction as a treasured National Landmark captivating world travelers and hosting the city’s premier events since 1910.  The hotel’s rich history spans operating a Speakeasy during Prohibition to welcoming 14 U.S. Presidents, including a fireside chat by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.  

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