Luggage storage San Diego

Store your luggage in San Diego for just $4.90 per 24h/bag

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$1,000 insurance included
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Free booking cancellation
Bags accepted: 37,220

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Where can I store luggage in San Diego?

If you are on a short trip, traveling to San Diego, waiting for a late flight or train after check-out, and do not want to drag your luggage around, Qeepl Luggage Storage Points offers secure storage spaces. Bags, suitcases, backpacks, and even your coat are all securely stored until you want to retrieve them. You don't have to walk around San Diego with your belongings anymore!

Qeepl offers the most flexible and timesaving Luggage Storage solution in San Diego. Access our website or mobile application to find and book Luggage Storage near you. Every booking is covered with $1,000 worth of insurance, free cancelation, and online support. The price is only $4.90 per 24h/bag

How to store your luggage in San Diego

Qeepl's online booking system helps you find the nearest luggage storage point in San Diego to your current location. Locate and pick the desired storage point in a few clicks using our website or mobile app.

Following that, you will receive booking details, including the complete address and confirmation number. If you change your mind, no worries. You can cancel your booking before checking in.

Then come and show the booking details to our team while checking in. Enjoy your luggage-free day in San Diego!


Best Luggage Storage in San Diego 2022

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Known as the birthplace of California, San Diego has many historical sites to discover, including Old Town, Cabrillo National Monument, and Mission del Alcala, California’s first mission. Balboa Park, the largest urban cultural park in the United States, features 15 major museums and performing arts, a beautiful garden, and the San Diego Zoo. Other San Diego attractions include SeaWorld, USS Midway, LEGOLAND California, and the San Diego Safari Park.

If you are interested in the best time to travel, you should look at the low season from April to May and then from September to October. At this time, the weather is usually good, and the rush is much lower than in summer! If you are in transit or traveling in San Diego and your luggage is heavy, you can take advantage of the luggage storage at the San Diego airport, Santa Fe train station, but lockers may be temporarily unavailable. Also, you can choose our Qeepl luggage storage to leave your belongings safe and go shopping or sightseeing. You can find us at the different locations, and we will allow you to store your suitcases and bags in a totally secure place! Luggage storage at San Diego starts at just $4.90 per day/bag.

Where to go?

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There are incredible old museums, theaters, and historic districts you can visit in San Diego. The local zoo, for example, occupies a leading position worldwide. The Balboa Park, on the other hand, impresses with its size and the number of incredible attractions. In other words, it’s a great city that will be interesting for kids and adults alike. What is the best thing to do in great San Diego?

  • Balboa Park. It is the largest urban park in the United States (485 acres) that can be explored in several days. At the same time, it is not just a green space with shady avenues but a huge complex with recreation areas, gardens, museums, theaters, restaurants, and sports fields. This is the first place you must visit on your next San Diego city break.

  • San Diego Zoo. The San Diego Zoo is the most visited zoo in the United States and one of the most popular attractions in the world. This attraction is on the list of must-see attractions in San Diego. All animals in this zoo live in natural conditions. There are zones with reptiles and amphibians; the “lost forest” with tropical plants; a poultry house; an area with monkeys. You will also find the “African savannah” here, where elephants, giraffes, and predators coexist perfectly.

  • Old town. Here the first settlement was founded by the European colonialists. As a result, this settlement has been transformed into modern-day San Diego. Nowadays, this area includes two parks, such as the “Historical Park” and the “Presidio Park.” It’s one of the best things to do in San Diego.

  • Whale watching. Between December and April, whales migrate to warm waters off the coast of San Diego to breed. During this time, special tours are organized to watch them. In fact, the journey can take up to four hours before people can finally see the giants in the water. The chances of seeing a whale are pretty high. You will also have the opportunity to see sea lions and seals.

  • San Diego Art Museum. This museum is located in the beautiful Balboa Park. The facade is similar to the University of Salamanca in Spain. In addition to archaeological and historical exhibits, there are works of art by legendary masters such as Goya, Bosch, Velasquez, Renoir, El Greco, Matisse, Rubens, Van Dyck, Klimt, and other artists. Cocktail parties, film screenings, and events for children are constantly held in the halls.

Where to eat in San Diego

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Downtown offers a variety of stores, shops, and restaurants.

  • Crack Shack. For good, inexpensive restaurants in San Diego, head to one of Crack Shack’s two restaurants, the main one in Little Italy or the second in Encinitas. Both offer festive egg and chicken-themed meals, serving up inventive and affordable dishes.
  • Mexican cuisine. Here you can try around 10 types of tacos (with fish, vegetables, poultry, meat, and seafood), 5 types of burritos, as well as various bowls, snacks, ceviche, enchiladas, and desserts. You can start your meal with tequila or a margarita cocktail. This cuisine is sure to be admired on your trip to San Diego.
  • Salud! Salud! is a former food truck that became so popular it’s now a lively and fun restaurant in Barrio Logan, San Diego’s oldest Mexican-American neighborhood. If you are looking for good deals, go to Salud!
  • Blind Lady Ale House. Blind Lady Ale House is a party pub in Normal Heights. In its seasonal farm-to-table menu, it offers large, creative pizzas, like the one with bacon and eggs.


Luggage Storage San Diego