Pendry to open its first hotel in San Diego, Ca.
A new luxury brand from Montage International, in partnership with The Robert Green Development Company, The Pendry is a refreshing take on the hospitality establishment.
Pendry San Diego features 317 guest rooms, three dining concepts, three bars, Spa Pendry, private meeting and event spaces and a vibrant lobby experience. Pendry San Diego offers a dynamic hub where guests and visitors can work, relax, socialize and dine in one central location.
Rooms are beautifully-appointed with custom furnishings, luxurious bathrooms, and a sophisticated yet understated design nod to the city’s beach and surf culture.
36 suites offer stunning views of the city skyline and harbor, the historic streets of the Gaslamp Quarter or direct access to The Pool House outdoor deck. Guests and locals will enjoy a Tom Adler curated pop-up art gallery highlighting Ron Church surf photography.
Each space within the hotel is rooted in design, culture and an inspired aesthetic that speaks to San Diego’s unique coastal voice and rapidly growing influence in arts, food, craft beer and technology.
The hotel boasts 35,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor meeting and special event space, including a Grand Ballroom, customizable Parlor and Salon rooms, a private al fresco poolside deck and various private dining options.
Boasting some of the best views in the Gaslamp Quarter, The Pool House at Pendry San Diego is the hotel’s premier rooftop lounge in partnership with Clique Hospitality, embodying the true essence of the southern California lifestyle with its light, contemporary open-air design and indoor/outdoor aesthetic.
The rooftop, perched above the Gaslamp’s famed 5th Avenue, plays host to relaxed daytime and evening events and gatherings while featuring a signature bar and cocktail experience for poolside guests.
Pendry San Diego is located at 550 J Street, San Diego, in the epicenter of the city’s historic and energetic Gaslamp Quarter, blocks from Petco Park, the home of the San Diego Padres, and the San Diego Convention Center.
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