STAY ON SAN DIEGO BAY’S MARINA RESORT OASIS

Experience one of San Diego's best kept secret, the Bay Club Hotel & Marina – conveniently located on scenic Shelter Island surrounded by the sparkling waters San Diego Bay and close to ALL San Diego has to offer.

Humphreys Half Moon Inn & Suites is ideally located on Shelter Island, San Diego Bay's Marina Resort Oasis. This tropical resort-style San Diego hotel offers breathtaking views of the hotel’s private marina and downtown San Diego.

The Island Palms Hotel & Marina is ideally located on Shelter Island, surrounded by San Diego Bay and our private, mega-yacht marina. We take pride in providing excellent service in a tranquil, casual, California setting.

Beautifully located at the very tip of Shelter Island – San Diego Bay's Marina Resort Oasis, and offering magnificent garden, marina and bay views, the Kona Kai Resort and Marina is a year round waterfront resort designed with a nautical island ambiance.

On Shelter Island – San Diego Bay's Marina Resort Oasis

You’ll enjoy, bike riding around the bay, taking sailing lessons, fishing off the Shelter Island pier, fabulous restaurants and of course splashing around all day long in a sparkling swimming pool of one the Island’s 4 Great Hotels.

Shelter Island is located on The Big Bay only minutes away from San Diego’s most popular attractions like SeaWorld, Old Town State Park, Seaport Village, the Downtown Gaslamp Quarter and the world famous San Diego Zoo – There’s a lot of FUN to have throughout the year and the 4 hotels on Shelter Island are ready to check you into your own Big Bay Vacation. Book your San Diego trip today at the Kona Kai Resort & MarinaIsland Palms Hotel & MarinaThe Bay Club Hotel & Marina or Humphreys Half Moon Inn & Suites – Shelter Island is a short drive away from most Southern California cities and just minutes from San Diego International Airport. Visit us soon on Shelter Island – San Diego Bay's Marina Resort Oasis.

Shelter Island News

  • San Diego Events for February 2014
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    Time flies, doesn’t it? One day it’s 2014 and the next it’s already 4712, at least the way the Chinese reckon it – the Year of the Horse in the 12-year cycle of the Far East. San Diego’s Chinese community is celebrating of their new year February 8 and 9 with a festival centered at Third and J Streets downtown. Lion dancers and other cultural...
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