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In La Jolla, overlooking the ocean, and close to multiple golf courses and outdoor adventure activities
The Lodge at Torrey Pines is perched on the Pacific cliffs in La Jolla, about 20 minutes north of San Diego. The area provides guests with endless outdoor options, such as golfing at the well-known on-site golf course, and miles of hiking, biking, and walking trails at the Torrey Pines State Reserve -- 2,000 acres of protected Torrey Pine trees, and miles of pristine shore. For wining and dining options in downtown La Jolla, or Del Mar to the north, guests will have to drive.
La Jolla is an affluent seaside community north of San Diego, home to restaurants, shops, mansions, a famous golf course (right on-site!), coastal bluffs, and a beautiful beach.
With its proximity to some of the most beautiful spots in San Diego, the 170-room Lodge at Torrey Pines is a haven for nature lovers and golf enthusiasts opting for a rustic, relaxed vibe. Rooms and common areas feature craftsman-styled decor and furnishings, and the rooms are sweet and spacious, with a unique woods-y feel -- though some are a bit dark and even a tad bland. The bathrooms are massive, with custom-made toiletries, and most feature beautiful soaking tubs and stained glass windows. The lodge's on-site facilities are up to par for a luxury resort -- saltwater pool with underwater music, beautiful spa, and a famous golf course that's a stop on the PGA Tour.