Choose from a fantastic array of restaurants on the San Diego food scene and eschew the washing up on Christmas Day. San Diego Hotels for Christmas are the ideal treat for all the family and a wonderful celebratory meal is a cherry on the top of this fantastic festive San Diego cake.
t Avant hosts a 3-course dinner on both Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, complete with live entertainment. The menu includes delights such as caramelized carrot soup, beef tenderloin, and chocolate sea salt and caramel tart for pudding. On the big day, service starts at 3 pm and continues into the early evening.
This spectacular resort is located a short drive from the city center and offers a delectable array of Christmas dining options. Go classic at The Cafe with the fixed price menu, indulge yourself at the Fiore Steakhouse with prime ribs and lobster bisque or, for a more casual affair, head for the relaxed but still excellent buffet option.
Chef Lingle has curated a fabulous 3-course menu for the festivities including king crab, beef carpaccio and saffron-sunchoke bisque. Desserts sound equally as delicious, serving up chocolate-peppermint bar and eggnog cheesecake Three sittings are offered across Christmas Day afternoon and evening.
San Diego is a city with a sunny disposition that offers a fabulous collection of holiday activities. Of course, the beach and the famed zoo are excellent, but why not check out these festive-themed delights to add a touch of Christmas sparkle to your visit?
This festive game takes place at SDCCU and has been played every year since 1978 by the Pac-12. As well as the game itself, there is also a wealth of other activities taking place around it including a magnificent balloon parade. The date changes slightly every year but is always held within a day or two of Christmas.
Over 25,00 people flock to witness this magnificent spectacle every year. Over 100 floats ranging from vintage cars to marching bands participate in the parade each Christmas. The fun kicks off at Girard Avenue and Kline Street and heads towards the beach, culminating in a large festival.
Magical Christmas lights, dance performances, handicraft stalls and global music bands all descend on Balboa each December for one of the city's best festive attractions. The event is part of a wider festival called December Nights when museums also open their doors to visitors free of charge.
Embrace the festive spirit when you book San Diego Hotels for Christmas and take the whole family to meet Santa and enjoy one of the many fantastic parades which take place in the city over the holiday season in San Diego.
Make-A-Wish San Diego hosts an annual event called 'So You Wish You Could Skate', an amateur competition packed full of wonderful photography and dare devil dance moves, all of which is judged by a panel of local celebrities.
This San Diego parade has now been running for over 40 years and has become somewhat of a staple of the festive calendar. Numerous floats cruise through the city decked in an array of fairy lights to the delight of thousands of onlookers who flock to see the event.
Head to Seaport Village and meet the man himself. In keeping with the city's warm climate Santa is wearing shorts and arrives on a surfboard, not a sleigh. There's also a range of family-friendly activities to enjoy in the shopping center including crafts and street performers so you can make it a whole day adventure.