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Ramada Gaslamp/Convention Center in San Diego -

Built in 1912, Ramada Gaslamp/Convention Center hotel, also known as the Ramada St. James, offers charming, historic lodging right in the Gaslamp Quarter. Hotel rooms and suites are a combination of Victorian charm and modern convenience. All rooms are equipped with Wi-Fi, flat screen televisions with cable channels and pay-per-view movies, and luxurious beds. Take advantage of the complimentary airport shuttle, which takes you door to door from our Gaslamp Quarter accommodation and back.

Historic Gaslamp Quarter -

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Gaslamp Quarter was the natural choice for development in San Diego in the mid-1850s. Men from San Francisco saw the waterfront area as the perfect place to establish a city, and the area, known as New Town as opposed to the area of Old Town San Diego, grew rapidly, becoming a neighborhood of gambling halls and bordellos called Stingaree. Famous lawman Wyatt Earp even put down stakes in the San Diego district. In the late 1970s, the city and historic preservationists decided to revitalize the area, and it became what it is today - the Gaslamp Quarter.
Gaslamp Quarter Entertainment at San Diego, California

Gaslamp Quarter Entertainment -

In San Diego's Gaslamp Quarter, entertainment ranges from walking tours of the neighborhood during the day to live music in the bars at night. The Gaslamp Quarter has over 40 nightclubs, bars and lounges for a diverting variety of fun. Sample the latest brew at one of the local taverns or pubs, such as the Gaslamp Tavern or Bar Vie. If soaking in the historic atmosphere is more your scene, hop on the trolley, visit the Gaslamp Museum, or attend a performance at the Horton Grand Theatre.

Gaslamp Quarter Shopping & Dining -

The Gaslamp Quarter is home to Horton Plaza Mall and dozens of wonderful shops, and you'll find just about everything under the San Diego sun. Art galleries, apparel, accessories - they're all here in the Gaslamp district. After you're done shopping, or if you need a quick break between retail adventures, choose from over 120 restaurants and cafes. You'll find everything from American dining to sushi bars to deli favorites in San Diego's Gaslamp Quarter.