San Diego is arguably one of the most beautiful cities in America. It touts spectacular weather year round, miles of beaches, an ocean play ground, an endless array of activities and attractions, and a thriving military community. For these and many other reasons, vacationers have chosen San Diego as one of the top VIP hotspots in the world. There are so many ways to see the city, so why not do it in style — VIP style. Here are some ways you can visit (or have a staycation) like a real VIP.
Hotel Del Coronado on Coronado Island
Coronado Island lies on a peninsula just across from the Shelter Island Yacht Club in San Diego. The Hotel Del Coronado has been part of the Coronado zeitgeist since 1888, when it opened as the largest resort hotel in the world. Like many luxury resorts, it’s hosted presidents, royalty, and celebrities over the decades.
Impeccably appointed, the resort features suites, cottages, and villas all with easy access to the beach as well as easy access to all the nightlife in downtown San Diego.
Located in downtown San Diego, the Stingaree Nightclub and is the epitome of luxury. For around $1,100, you and seven of your closest friends will enjoy a Hummer limo ride to and from the club, a martini named after the guest of honor, and private bottle service while at the nightclub.
Additional VIP packages include bachelorette parties and birthday parties that also include Hummer limo service, champagne toasts, and tray-passed martinis upon arrival to the nightclub.
Another Side of San Diego Tours
There’s never been a shortage of sights to see in San Diego, but how you see them could make all the difference. Another Side of San Diego Tours is a five-star trip advisor perfectly suited to pamper families, couples, and corporate groups.
Along with their helicopter tours, hot air balloon excursions, horseback trips, and sailing tours, their Segway tour is their most popular. These two-wheeled motorized vehicles let you stand as you ride along the boardwalk, seeing all the ocean sights and scenery.
San Diego Cellars
In vino veritas. If you number among the millions who believe “in wine there is truth,” then San Diego Cellars is your dream come true. Billing itself as an Urban Winery and Tasting Lounge, SD Cellars is a full-service wine company catering to every taste and experience.
Visitors will be pleased to discover they produce their own wines, offer tastings, recommended food pairings, wine education, and live local entertainment. With more than
1,000 different varieties, this downtown San Diego VIP hotspot is one of the most talked about wineries in California.
The Indigo Grill San Diego’s Little Italy district is a true upscale dinner and Sunday brunch joint. Led by executive chef Deborah Scott, this five star restaurant begins serving dinner nightly at 5:00 p.m., with Sunday brunch from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Their drink menu includes white and red sangria by the pitcher, pear martinis, ginger mojitos, and a tequila and chile drink called Oaxaca Fire. Their dinner menu offers great local seafood in a salmon bruschetta, wild mushroom fettuccini, wild blueberry rack of lamb, and a flat iron Chimichurri that will have you coming back time and again.
The VIP lifestyle is easy to find in San Diego, but discerning the real deals from everything else is the challenge. These five attractions are a great start, so what are you waiting for?Sunday brunch is traditional, with frittatas, tamales, French toast, crème brulee, and a delicious morning libation called a Vitamin C spiked with cointreau. No reservations required for dinner or brunch.
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Post written by guest author, Elli. She writes for Your Local Security. When she is not blogging for the home security industry, she enjoys traveling, skiing, surfing, and playing in the outdoors.