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The US Grant

326 Broadway, San Diego, CA 92101, USA
| +1 619-232-3121
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The US Grant San Diego California United States
The US Grant San Diego California United States
The US Grant San Diego California United States
The US Grant San Diego California United States
The US Grant San Diego California United States
The US Grant San Diego California United States
The US Grant San Diego California United States
The US Grant San Diego California United States
The US Grant San Diego California United States
The US Grant San Diego California United States
The US Grant San Diego California United States
The US Grant San Diego California United States
The US Grant San Diego California United States
The US Grant San Diego California United States
The US Grant San Diego California United States
The US Grant San Diego California United States
The US Grant San Diego California United States
The US Grant San Diego California United States
The US Grant San Diego California United States
The US Grant San Diego California United States

The US Grant

Founded more than a century ago, the US Grant gracefully mixes its historic legacy with contemporary touches. Ulysses Grant Jr., the son of President Ulysses Grant, began construction on the property at the turn of the 20th century. A time capsule filled with family photos and newspaper articles that he left in 1907 is now part of the hotel’s permanent collection. Since opening in 1910, the hotel has played host to 14 presidents. For a dose of culture without leaving the property, check out the Celebration Fine Art Gallery, where you can view paintings, sculptures, glasswork, and ceramics by national and international artists.
 
Today, the US Grant’s prime downtown location in the Gaslamp Quarter is hard to beat. When you enter the Grand Lobby, crystal chandeliers and hand-loomed carpets provide a sneak peak of the elegant decor found throughout the property. Guest rooms impress with tall ceilings, Empire-style furniture, and commissioned French and Native American art. No detail has been left out; even the headboards—one-of-a-kind figurative drip paintings—are a work of art.