San Diego Condo Rentals

Looking for the ultimate San Diego condo rental? We have 4 condos in San Diego resorts. Owner Direct Vacation Rentals offers fabulous condos for rent in San Diego and throughout USA. Find several condo and apartment rentals in complexes and communities such as Atlas, Golden Hill, IB Club and many more. Whether it's in the areas of San Diego County or elsewhere there are many accommodation options for your consideration.

Find a condo downtown or a luxury apartment with a great view away from the hustle and bustle. Clear, concise, easy to read listings, coupled with excellent customer service and great prices are the perfect combination to help you save time and money when planning the perfect getaway and San Diego accommodations.

By definition, a condominium or condo is a building or complex of buildings containing a number of individually owned apartments or houses. As an alternative to a San Diego hotel, consider renting a condo on your next vacation or holiday. The extra space and freedom will be well worth it.

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  • Penthouse - Sea World, Usd, Zoo, McRd, Shopping, Golf, Beach & Convention Ctr.

    Penthouse - Sea World, Usd

    San Diego: Condo
    • 2 BDR
    • 2 BA
    • Sleeps 5
    • #233269
    avg $197 USD/night Credit Card Paypal
    Don't be led astray, this condo is the best place to stay, when visiting San Diego. <b>All charges will be shown on all written invoices, except for departure cleaning. The payment of the cleaning fee is on the honor system and is based on $40 per bed used and two bathrooms. Please leave the correct amount due, in CASH, in the cleaning fee box on the table. Hope to see you soon.</b> Stay at our COOL upscale Penthouse condo which offers a gentle westerly ocean breeze and the coldest air conditioning when you need it the most. We are one of the few vacation rentals that offer air conditioning and there is NO Extra charge to use it. Our unit has two beautiful bedrooms (one king and one queen set tastefully setup), patio deck area, gas fireplace, wireless email Internet access, fully equipped kitchen, drip coffee maker, propane BBQ, blender, spices, gas stove range, microwave, side by side refrigerator, blu-ray/cd dvd player, 47” flat screen TV with multi channel cable selections. Additional amenities include washer and dryer, hair dryers and iron/ironing board. Also you will find two beach chairs, beach towels, umbrella, boogie surf board, toys and a playmate cooler available for use. Please remember this is a smoke-free property inside the unit. The unit will be given to you clean and we do expect you and your guests to pick up any messes and trash prior to departure. Situated near Mission Bay and just a few minutes to Seaworld (view the summer nightly SeaWorld fireworks show right from the condo), Pacific Ocean, MCRD, Golf, Downtown San Diego, Fashion Valley Shopping Center, San Diego Zoo and public transportation by our local trolley. California Dreaming. “America’s Finest City” is San Diego’s official slogan. Though undeniably bold, this claim is echoed by a myriad of visitors to the city. San Diego’s extraordinary force of attraction is most likely due to its unique blend of beach holiday and city trip rolled up in one. Sunshine is the order of the day in California’s second-largest city. Boasting more than 300 sunny days a year, tourists don’t have to worry about bad weather. Still, it is advisable to pack a sweater as it can get chilly along the coast at night, and morning clouds may occasionally hover over the city. Having said that, San Diego’s mile-long beaches and very special atmosphere easily make up for this. City charm. San Diego is well worth a visit – and not just because of its beaches and oceanfront. The city centre also has plenty to offer, including Balboa Park, San Diego’s green lung. This large open space contains several museums as well as the famous San Diego Zoo that spans 100 acres. All well worth seeing. Thereafter, the place to party and celebrate is the Gaslamp Quarter with its wealth of bars and clubs. For holidaymakers with more time to spare, San Diego is also an ideal starting point for trips to Mexico. The town centre of Tijuana can be reached by bus in less than half an hour. Travelling from the big dazzling city to Tijuana is a journey into another world: more colourful, louder, but by no means less fascinating. The magic of the coast. The Pacific Ocean on one’s doorstep – what could be more alluring. The city neighbourhoods of La Jolla and Pacific Beach are lined with a plethora of restaurants and bars. When dining on the oceanfront, there’s a good chance of being visited by seals and, with a bit of luck, even spotting some dolphins. Navy Pier located further south is home to the USS Midway Museum. The museum is a decommissioned US Navy aircraft carrier and houses a large display of aircraft and helicopters. Beach day. Anyone looking to be closer to the water can get comfortable at one of San Diego’s magnificent beaches, such as the white, sandy beaches of the Coronado peninsula: a great place to relax and watch the sun set. Those eager for something more action-packed will find it at Mission Bay which features Belmont Park, an oceanfront amusement park. Water sports enthusiasts are well catered to at La Jolla Shores with surfing, kayaking, even snorkeling with leopard sharks on offer. The only place to get even closer to such awesome ocean dwellers is in San Diego’s SeaWorld park which is just a mile away. Enjoy your stay in San Diego and I hope we can accommodate you and your guests, you won't be disappointed if you do.
  • Ocean Front on Pacific/Mission Beach

    Ocean Front on

    San Diego: Mission Beach Retreat: Condo in a complex
    • 2 BDR
    • 1 BA
    • Sleeps 6
    • #6534
    avg $239 USD/night Credit Card Paypal
    This unit is right on the ocean on San Diego's Pacific/Mission Beach boardwalk. Ocean views from Master Bedroom, balcony, living room, dining room and kitchen. Enjoy casual dining on the patio while overlooking the boardwalk's skaters, bikes, joggers and the waves beyond.
  • Sunset Sands Is a Lovely 2 Bedroom Ocean Front Vacation Condo in San Diego.

    Sunset Sands Is a Lovely 2

    San Diego: Sunset Sands: Condo
    • 2 BDR
    • 2 BA
    • Sleeps 6
    • #5598
    avg $220 USD/night Credit Card Star Rating
    Among the very best ! of vacation rentals in Mission Beach, San Diego Sunset Sands oceanfront vacation rental is a lovely 2 bedroom vacation condo located directly on beautiful Mission Beach in the Mission Bay area of San Diego, California, offering spectacular views, abundant and excellent furnishings, and much more, all at an affordable price. A wonderful San Diego vacation rental beach home... Right at the sand and directly facing the ocean Third (top) floor privacy in a friendly 18 unit building Elevator access Balcony overlooking ocean with gorgeous views. Mirrored interior for views all around. Master bedroom with large window facing ocean Large collection of tourist info and brochures Condo/Neighborhood information book Beach chairs Bicycles Pentium Computer with internet access, 2 telephones with answering machines
  • Luxury Furnished Condo in San Diego little Italy near Water Front and Restarants

    Luxury Furnished Condo in

    San Diego: Condo in a complex
    • 1 BA
    • Sleeps 4
    • #232460
    avg $332 USD/night Credit Card Paypal
    Stunning Luxury Condo with almost 900 square feet space with all the furniture and huge office space. In the best part of Downtown San Diego Great Views. Stay inside quiet and elegant living space 0.25 miles from Water Park, Ferries, Water Front and all the Tourist attractions. Surrounded by Little Italy Restaurants and everything you can think of in San Diego the most finest city of USA. Dedicated parking spaces in Fourth Floor not underground. Brand new furniture and flooring. Brand New!

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San Diego Annual Events & Festivals
http://www.sandiego.org

San Diego Latino Film Festival (March): Established in 1993 as a student film festival, the San Diego Latino Film Festival has become one of the larger and well-respected Latino film festivals in the country. Over 160 films and videos from across Latin America and the United States will be screened at theaters throughout the county. Directors, actors, and audience members from around the globe will descend on San Diego for the festival.

San Diego Festival of Beer (September): Over sixty local brewers will be in attendance, providing samples and tastings of their signature and award-winning beers. The event will also feature live music, vendors, food booths and more.

San Diego Restaurant Week (September): San Diego's culinary community joins forces. More than 180 of the region's top restaurants offer prix-fixe, three-course dinner menus at just $20, $30 or $40 per person (two-course lunch menus are $10, $15 or $20 per person). Visitors can sample the signature cuisine and sophisticated style that makes San Diego's dining scene one of the region's top attractions.

Oceanside Harbor Days (September): Two event filled days of sun, sand, and surf with fun activities including a sandcastle competition, Entertainment Stage, Arts, Crafts and Food booth areas, Nail 'n' Sail Competition, Military, Public Safety displays, and more.

Gaslamp Quarter Fall Back Festival (November): It brings alive the history and culture of downtown San Diego's Gaslamp Quarter in the 1880s. Three blocks are transformed into a western town of yesteryear, complete with Wyatt Earp, blacksmith demonstrations and panning for gold. It also features food, live music, children's arts and crafts, and spaghetti-, pie- and ice cream-eating contests.

San Diego Bay Wine & Food Festival (November): The region's largest wine and culinary event, takes place at venues throughout San Diego. The festival includes gourmet food, celebrity chefs, wine tastings, cooking demonstrations and more.

Mission Bay Christmas Boat Parade of Lights (December): Event includes over 100 brightly illuminated powerboats and sailboats. The parade ends with a fantastic firework show over the water.

25 Fun & Free Things to Do
http://www.sandiego.org/articles/25-fun-free-things-to-do-in-san-diego.aspx

Having fun in San Diego doesn't require a lot of money; in fact, many things to see and do here are absolutely free. With 70 miles of beautiful beaches, near-perfect weather year-round, and a variety of magnificent settings countywide, San Diego offers a fun and inexpensive getaway during all seasons of the year.

Free Activities for Kids and Adults in San Diego

  1. Head to San Diego's many beaches, all free to the public, to swim, body surf or hang-ten. Play in the sand, collect seashells or just bask in the sun.
  2. Visit La Jolla Cove and see the magnificent sunset on the ocean. La Jolla Cove is one of the most spectacular natural settings in the world.
  3. Visit downtown San Diego's Seaport Village for hours of free entertainment, leisurely strolling and window shopping. Enjoy a laid-back day of hanging out in the grass and watching the many passing yachts and ships on picturesque San Diego Bay, or take in the sights from one of the many bay-view eateries.
  4. Stroll through the 16½-block historic Gaslamp Quarter in downtown San Diego and view the renovated turn-of-the-century Victorian architecture, home to boutiques, art galleries, specialty shops and more.
  5. Fly a kite along the grassy field in the Tecolote Shores of Mission Bay Park, a 4,600-acre aquatic park. Here, away from trees and overhead wires, friends and family gather to launch colorful kites into the bay breezes.
  6. Enjoy free organ concerts at 2:00 pm on Sundays at the Spreckels Organ Pavillion in Balboa Park. The Organ Pavillion features one of world's largest outdoor pipe organs, a San Diego landmark since 1914, where organists play traditional favorites, waltzes and show tunes on enormous 32-foot pipes.
  7. Visit Old Town and witness the living legacy of San Diego history. Guests are also invited to wander free through Old Town's historic buildings, including the blacksmith shop, Seeley Stables, Stewart House, Estudillo House and the oldest schoolhouse in San Diego.
  8. Bike or jog along Mission Bay Park's many trails. Joggers and walkers share more than 20 miles of scenic running paths that wind through sunlight and shade near the shoreline and feature workout courses at planned stations along the route.
  9. Visit the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista for a free tour of the 150-acre facility, including training fields and tracks, athlete dorms and the Otay Lake Reservoir. Tours are offered from the Copley Visitor Center at 11:00 am on Saturday. Self-guided tours are available daily between 9:00 am - 4:00 pm.
  10. Stargaze outside the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center in Balboa Park on the first Wednesday of every month. The San Diego Astronomy Association sets up huge telescopes to offer guests a great view of all the stars in the night sky.
  11. Take a scenic, one-hour drive to Mt. Laguna. Once there, hop out for an invigorating hike and enjoy the fresh mountain air whispering through the pines.
  12. Step back in time with a stop in Julian, a century-old gold mining town in the Cuyamaca Mountains. Pick up a free map at the Chamber of Commerce for a self-guided walking tour of the area's historic sites and later enjoy a slice of homemade apple pie - a Julian specialty!
  13. Grab your picnic basket and head to Torrey Pines State Beach where you can watch talented and daring hang gliders do tricks in the strong winds that sweep along the coastline cliffs.
  14. The 59-Mile Scenic Drive allows travelers to take in all of the must-see places in San Diego.
  15. Rollerblade, skateboard or bicycle along the Mission Beach Boardwalk, a scenic 3-mile boardwalk along picturesque Mission and Pacific Beaches.
  16. Visit Mission Trails Regional Park to explore the cultural, historical and recreational aspects of San Diego. Stop at the Visitor's Center and learn about the wonders of nature and the people who once lived on the land. Or, roam through the park's 40 miles of natural and developed hiking and biking trails.
  17. Go scuba diving or snorkeling off San Diego's shores and see spectacular creatures of the sea. La Jolla Cove offers some of the clearest waters on the California coast, as well as miles of protected underwater preserves to explore.
  18. Go bird watching at the Torrey Pines State Reserve. Located high above Torrey Pines State Beach, the area is home of the rare and ancient Torrey Pine as well as a beautiful protected habitat for swifts, thrashers, woodpeckers and wrentits.
  19. Stroll through Balboa Park and marvel at its beautiful Spanish Colonial Revival architecture. While there, take advantage of the park's variety of offerings, including 15 museums (select museums free on Tuesdays for San Diego residents), free daily park tours, public organ concerts (Sundays), and spectacular gardens (seven are free daily).
  20. Visit other museums around town that offer similar free days. Both the downtown and La Jolla locations of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego are free on the third Thursday of each month from 5:00 - 7:00 pm.
  21. Gather family, friends and firewood for a cozy beach bonfire at one of the beaches in San Diego County, including Coronado Beach, La Jolla Shores and Mission Beach.
  22. Explore the tidepools in Point Loma at low tide and get up close and personal with flowery anemones, scampering shore crabs, elusive octopus, spongy deadman's fingers and many other magnificent sea creatures.
  23. Drive to the top of Mt. Soledad in La Jolla for breathtaking, 360-degree views of San Diego, including the gently curving La Jolla coastline and Mission Bay. Spectacular views of San Diego's East County communities also await guests at the top of Mt. Helix.
  24. Visit the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park and experience the natural beauty of the desert. The 600,000-acre park is one of the largest state parks in the United States and each spring, following winter rains, explodes into a rainbow of colorful wildflower blossoms.
  25. Take a scenic walk along The Big Bay, San Diego's "largest attraction." With 27 miles of waterfront featuring bayside parks, marinas, hundreds of shops and restaurants, and miles of promenades and bikeways, the Big Bay appeals to all ages and interests.
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