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All reviews upstart crow unique shops merry go round lots of shops buy something cute little shops street performers great shopping nice walk convention center great place to walk walk around uss midway few hours spend an afternoon couple of hours san diego bay
Visited Seaport Village for the annual holiday boat parade. It’s a great venue for walking, using rented scooters, etc. Several restaurants along the harbor front. A nice walk at night time to see the beautiful city skyline.
The views of San Diego from Seaport Village is amazing. The stores have people strolling through the paths in the morning mixed with people working out. The paths and sidewalks allow people to take in the views of the city and enjoy a relaxing outing....More
The view of the ocean and Coronado Bridge is great. Most of the shops are overpriced and really didn’t have that much stuff. There are a few unique cool shops that you can get some original items at. It is a nice waking area if...More
This is on the seafront next to the Manchester Grant Hyatt hotel. There are lots of small quirky shops with the tourist in mind. Also lots of restaurants on the waterfront. It is definitely worth visiting for lunch or dinner if the weather is nice...More
Open air shopping village with souvenir shops, including art galleries, T shirts shop, snack, jerky shop, hat shops,etc and, yes, restaurants, ice cream shops. Carousals for children. Waterside promenade in the night time with view of SANDIEGO SKYLINE.
There are several good places to eat here but it is not as vibrant as it used to be. It may be different in the summer. Setting is beautiful with good parking and convenient to downtown Bayfront hotels
Too many shops are vacant and there seems to be no reason for this place since it is really spread out and not organized in a way that makes shopping pleasant, even if all of the locations had merchants.
This is a very touristy area. I still recommend it. Lots of little shops, restaurants, & green space by the water. What's to complain about? People watching was fun. It is particularly wonderful to stroll in San Diego's wonderful weather if you are in from...More
Response from 995valeryv | Reviewed this property |
There is parking behind the Manchester Grand Hyatt hotel where I stayed but I am not sure how much it cost to park there. The village is behind the said hotel. You can check the hotel's website to be sure.