front desk area with receptionist

Discover an Inspiring Gaslamp District Destination

At Hotel Indigo San Diego Gaslamp Quarter, you’ll find an outstandingly hospitable hotel experience that draws inspiration from local life. From the pet-friendly spaces to the picturesque rooftop bar, a warm and welcoming stay is amplified by amenities that radiate the neighborhood’s genuine energy.

The Perks

  • 24-Hour Business Center
  • On-Site Fitness Center
  • Concierge Desk
  • 24-Hour 9th Avenue Market (Grab & Go)
  • Pet-Friendly Amenities
  • Updated Public Areas & Guestrooms
  • Level 9 Rooftop Bar & Restaurant
  • Table 509 Bar & Kitchen
  • Meeting & Event Space
  • Complimentary High-Speed WiFi (All Guestrooms)
  • Evening Reception

The Highlights

Cutting-Edge Fitness Center

Outfitted with a Peloton bike and ultramodern gym technology, the fitness center at Hotel Indigo San Diego Gaslamp Quarter is the perfect space for a revitalizing workout during your stay.
*In light of Coronavirus (COVID-19), our fitness center will be temporarily closed until further notice*

gym center with treadmill and cycle

The Highlights

24-Hour Business Center

Made complete with the latest Apple devices, the business center on property offers an exceptional setting for productivity and meeting preparation at any time of day.

desk with computer and chair

The Highlights

Valet Parking

Explore the Gaslamp Quarter and beyond with greater ease by taking advantage of the valet parking available at our hotel.

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The Highlights

A Pet’s Paradise

Our pet-friendly hotel is the perfect sanctuary for you and your four-legged friend. In addition to zero pet fees, you’ll find an outdoor relief area, fluffy pet beds, tasty dog treats, and more.

puppy laying down

Bum the Dog

Born to a stray, "Bum the Dog" disembarked off a ship in 1886, and proceeded to win the hearts of all those he encountered in San Diego. A free spirit, he belonged to no one, but was loved by everyone. All the townsfolk attended to Bum's needs. The Chinese butchers fed him well. He slept on front porches, and the local doctors met his medical needs. Half St. Bernard, half Spaniel, Bum became the town mascot. When San Diego issued its first dog license, an image of Bum even adorned its seal. Today, our hotel honors his legacy by welcoming our furry friends with open arms.

statue of bum the dog in san diego