Welcome to San Diego, CA, home to the San Diego Padres and PETCO Park! PETCO Park is one of the most state-of-the-art and innovative ballparks in Major League Baseball. Located at 100 Park Blvd in San Diego, PETCO Park can seat 42,445 individuals and began reflecting San Diego's charm when it was built downtown in 2004.

Petco Park Hotels offers great rates on over 50 hotels near Petco Park. All of our hotels have been approved by AAA and the Mobile Travel Guide, the authorities in hotel inspection. All hotels offer a generous savings off of regular hotel rack rates. Visit San Diego and cheer for the Padres while knowing you got a great rate on your hotel near PETCO Park!

Petco Park Hotel Map

Featured Hotel:

Omni San Diego Hotel
Omni San Diego Hotel
Nestled in the heart of the historic Gaslamp Quarter across the street from the recently renovated Convention Center…more

Additional Hotels:

Crowne Plaza San Diego/Mission Valley
2270 Hotel Circle North,
San Diego, CA 92108 US

Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego
One Market Place
San Diego, CA 92101 US

Marriott San Diego Gaslamp Quarter
660 K Street
San Diego, CA 92101 US

Hotel Solamar
435 6th Avenue
San Diego, CA 92101 US

Horton Grand Hotel
311 Island Ave
San Diego, CA 92101 US

Comfort Inn - Gaslamp
660 G Street
San Diego, CA 92101 US

Ramada - Gaslamp / Convention Center
830 6th Avenue
San Diego, CA 92101 US

THE US GRANT - Opening October 16, 2006
326 Broadway
San Diego, CA 92101 US

Westgate Hotel
1055 Second Avenue
San Diego, CA 92101 US

The Westin San Diego
400 West Broadway
San Diego, CA 92101 US

500 West
500 West Broadway
San Diego, CA 92101 US

Embassy Suites Hotel San Diego Bay-Downtown
601 Pacific Highway
San Diego, CA 92101 US

W San Diego
421 West B. Street
San Diego, CA 92101 US

Hilton San Diego Bayfront
One Park Boulevard
San Diego, CA, 92101 US

Hard Rock Hotel San Diego
207 5th Avenue
San Diego, CA, 92101 US

About PETCO Park

Home to major league baseball team the San Diego Padres, PETCO Park is a 42,445-seat stadium overlooking San Diego Bay. Constructed of exposed steel, Indian sandstone and stucco, the stadium's main entrance is graced with grand palm trees and an awe-inspiring wall of water. The stadium is located at 19 Tony Gwynn Drive, across from the city's waterfront convention center.

What You'll Find at PETCO Park
PETCO Park offers a wide range of services and amenities spread throughout its many levels and concourses. At street level is the playing field, Sony Dugout Restaurant and Lounge and several outdoor venues. Activity-filled Power Alley is a favorite family entertainment area at the mezzanine level.

Also at the mezzanine level, just outside the outfield fence, is the stadium's unique offering to the community, Park at the Park. The area houses a Little League field, playground, and expansive picnic area with outstanding views of the PETCO diamond. For just a few dollars, fans can watch the Padres' games from Park at the Park. When games are not in session, the park is open to the public.

The stadium's upper levels are filled with a variety of soda and beer stations, concessions, cafes and satellite locations of several favorite local restaurants. Upper level restaurants and concourses offer unparalleled views of San Diego Bay, Coronado Bridge, and the San Diego Convention Center.

First aid stations and automated teller machines are located throughout the stadium.

Public tours of PETCO Park are available year round, excluding Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Off-season tours and tours on non-game days take visitors through the park's press box, the Padres dug-out and the playing field. On Padres game days, Early Bird tours for game-ticket holders offer an up=close view of batting practice. Tickets for tours are available through the stadium's box office. Walk-up tours are available for families, individuals, and groups of less than 25 people.

Officials broke ground on PETCO Park on May 3, 2000. Although originally scheduled to open in 2002, construction was delayed by several events, including a court-ruling that the City of San Diego's voter-approved expenditures needed to be put to the voters again. Leading to further delay was the discovery that the site's existing building, Western Metal Supply Co., was a historical landmark. The historic facade of Western Metal Supply Co. was incorporated into PETCO Park's design and building resumed. San Diego State University's baseball team was the first to play a game at PETCO Park on March 11, 2004, followed by the Padres on April 4, 2004.