THE US GRANT – An Oasis of Timeless Style and Excellent Service

Visiting the Gaslamp Quarter and looking for a place to stay for President’s Day Weekend? The Gaslamp Quarter has a lot of beautiful hotel properties to choose from but why not choose a stay at the US GRANT where other US Presidents stayed!

Home to the very first Comic-Con held in 1970 and the location President Franklin D. Roosevelt delivered his first fireside chat outside of Washington, D.C., THE US GRANT is the perfect accommodation for you to experience the history of the historic heart of San Diego while enjoying excellent service.

THE US GRANT was built by the son of 18th U.S. President Ulysses S. Grant. Since its opening in 1910, the hotel has hosted 14 U.S. Presidents, Albert Einstein, Charles Lindbergh and many more.

Each of THE US GRANT’s 270 guest rooms encapsulates sumptuous serenity, effortlessly weaving modern comforts with classic architecture and artistic accents. The hotel has over 33,000 square feet of event space with four ballrooms that ranks among San Diego’s most requested venues.

The hotel is also home to the Grant Grill. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, Grant Grill’s menus set the standard for San Diego fine dining. Next to the Grant Grill is the Grant Grill Lounge, named one of the “Best Hotel Bars” in the Nation by Food & Wine. The Grant Grill Lounge offers a unique Gaslamp Quarter experience perfect for a late-night or mid-day happy hour.

The hotel also has just brought back Rendezvous, The Wonder Bar which was established by THE US GRANT’s then-owner, Baron Long, in 1933 just after Prohibition was repealed. Today, it makes its historic return to THE US GRANT Hotel in the form of a French cocktail bar, inspired by the original 1930’s concept. Guests can enjoy a wealth of hand crafted cocktails and sumptuous bites as well as live music on the weekends.

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Check out below for a timeline of the many significant events that happened in the history of THE US GRANT!

Historical Timeline of THE US GRANT