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- 98%Family Travelers
- 72%Local Culture
- 62%Business Travelers
- 61%Budget Travelers
- 56%Art & Design Lovers
Member Reviews (99)
- Seaport VillageJul 08, 2012
One of my favorite spots in San Diego. Great views. Lovely shops and restaurants to explore. Close to the Gas Lamp area and transportation hubs.. The cruise terminal is right down the street. From here you can walk to a mulktitude of areas worth visiting.
- Seaport VillageJul 07, 2012
Seaport Village,,,849 West Harbor Drive,,San
Seaport Village,,849 West Harbor Drive,,San Diego,,California..92101...
The village is a laid back culture,,Performers,,tatoo artists ,parrot keepers, and magicians mark the boardwalk,,captivate the tourists.
The locals just jog by in the beautiful sunny afternoon while Live JAZZ band play music and entertain guess in the Center Plaza..........................................
Horse-drawn carriages takes a tour throught the village if you choose..............
- Seaport VillageMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 1Jul 05, 2012
Its a bit tourist-y with the usual Tshirt vendors and ice cream palor. I liken it to Fisherman's Warf, san the charm (debatable). But if you are visiting its a nice place to pick up souvenirs to take home, and its next to the water so the view and sunshine make it worth stopping by if you are in the area, but I would not make a special trip.
- Seaport VillageJul 05, 2012
Seaport Village is a 14 acrea waterfront complex that offers shopping, dining, and entertainment. With 54 unique and distinctive shops, 13 casual dining restaurants, 4 fine dining establishments, as well as a monthly calendar filled with musical entertainment, there truly is something for everyone.
- Seaport VillageJul 04, 2012
I agree with points from the other two previous reviews. It is a very typical tourist trap with restaurants and stores. I did not try any of the restaurants, but there are a ton of specialty stores, which may or may not be overpriced depending which one you are talking about. They have a Scandinavian store, a kite store, many t-shirt and souvenir shops, Christmas store among others. It is right next to the Manchester Grand Hyatt and the Marriott next door to that. Seaport Village does have a great view of the bay. There are a number of homeless about at least in the morning. This is also one of the spots where the Seal tour and the Trolley tours start.