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Four Seasons Residence Club Aviara, North San Diego

Four Seasons Residence Club Aviara, North San Diego Rating: 4.5 Pearls

This isn't a typical Four Season in that it is a condominium complex, not a luxury hotel. The complex is massive, with two "neighborhoods" called (Summits and Meadows), each with its own heated outdoor pool and small fitness center. Because this is more a residence than a hotel, the vibe here is a lot more laid-back than at other Four Seasons properties -- there's no fine dining restaurant (just poolside snack bars), and the expansive grounds give it an outdoorsy feel that many guests enjoy. But the actual rooms have the typical Four Seasons upscale classic American look, with a beige-and-blue color scheme and lots of hardwood accents. Guests can rent a Superior Room with a kitchenette or upgrade to one of the one- or two-bedroom villas and residences, with lots of living space and a full kitchen. Overall, the Four Seasons is a solid choice especially for families -- it's in a quiet area (right by a golf course) and gives guests the option of cooking meals in their kitchens/kitchenettes.
Park Hyatt Aviara Resort

Park Hyatt Aviara Resort Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The luxe Park Hyatt Aviara Resort features Spanish colonial architecture and a picturesque setting just north of the Batiquitos Lagoon wildlife sanctuary. This property was formerly a Four Seasons, and the switch from one luxury brand to another didn't impact the hotel's luxurious ambiance. The 329 guest rooms are clean and spacious with classic decor, modern amenities, and large balconies. There are several on-site restaurant options. Though an adults-only pool and spa are attractive for couples, the hotel is mostly popular with families who stay here while visiting nearby Legoland. Most guests aren't happy to be charged for required valet parking on top of a daily resort fee.
Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines

Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The four-pearl Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines is one of only two hotels overlooking the world class Torrey Pines Golf Course and cliffs of La Jolla on the Pacific Ocean. The expansive property includes beautifully landscaped grounds, a heated outdoor pool, and tennis courts. Sophisticated and elegant rooms have furnished balconies accessible via sliding glass doors, and up-to-date amenities such as large flat-screen TVs and plenty of outlets. While Wi-Fi is free in common spaces, however, there's a fee for in-room Internet. Lunch and dinner are served a la carte at Torreyana Grille or the on-site coffee shop.
Grande Colonial Hotel

Grande Colonial Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

With a central location in La Jolla, a heated outdoor pool, and an array of great services -- including in-room massages, and daily turndown -- this upscale historic boutique is a solid pick for a relaxing coastal getaway. Rooms have classic, contemporary decor with a European feel, and modern technologies, such as iPod docks, HD flat-screen TVs, and free Wi-Fi. Suites have wooden floors, cute kitchenettes, and cozy fireplaces. There are several beaches within walking distance, and dozens of restaurants and boutiques nearby -- but there is no fitness center on-site, and some rooms are a tad small for the price. Travelers wanting more spacious rooms and an on-site spa could try the Estancia La Jolla Hotel & Spa.
Hyatt Regency Mission Bay

Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Hyatt Regency is an upscale resort hotel with an enviable setting overlooking the waters of San Diego's Mission Bay. Its location means easy access to Mission Beach and SeaWorld, while the surrounding area is largely pleasant parkland and shoreline. While many of the hotel's common areas have been sleekly renovated, rooms are starting to feel shabby in places and not all have sea views. On-site dining, however, is good, the pool complex's waterslides are popular with kids. Rates are reasonable, though the nearby Dana on Mission Bay offers better value.
Hyatt Regency La Jolla

Hyatt Regency La Jolla Rating: 4.0 Pearls

For a business hotel, Hyatt Regency La Jolla makes a grand impression in this affluent seaside community. The property has an idyllic outdoor pool area surrounded by cabanas and fire pits. The numerous on-site eateries are pricey, but the Pacific Rim cuisine offered is no ordinary chain hotel grub. A huge indoor athletic club has tennis courts, a steam room, and a vast fitness center, but it’s all pay-to-play. (A second, less impressive gym is free.) The meeting facilities here are busy and even the rooms cater to company travelers, with serious work desks but no balconies or dressers in sight.
Loews Coronado Bay Resort & Spa

Loews Coronado Bay Resort & Spa Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 439-room resort right on the San Diego Bay, five minutes from the beach, is made for families, with three pools and activities galore (surf lessons, gondola rides in a private marina, a teen lounge...the list goes on). Restaurant options range from 24-room service to fine-dining at Mistral to a juice bar. But its isolated location on the Coronado peninsula is less convenient for seeing the sights, and extra fees can make guests feel nickel-and-dimed.
Omni San Diego Hotel

Omni San Diego Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 511-room Omni San Diego Hotel is a solid four-pearl pick in the Gaslamp Quarter, with an outdoor pool and spacious, contemporary rooms. It's across the road from the San Diego Convention Center, and is connected to Petco Park via skybridge -- but for those more interested in partying than in business or baseball, the nearby Hard Rock offers more exciting nightlife options.
Paradise Point Resort and Spa

Paradise Point Resort and Spa Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 462-room property near Sea World has sprawling, 44-acre grounds on a private island, activities galore (tennis, a putting green, water sports, basketball), five pools, a mile-long beach, bonfire pits and a spa. Rooms were renovated in 2010 and feature Balinese-inspired decor, patios, 42-inch flat-screen TVs, and iPod docks. But bathrooms could have used more of an upgrade, and some rooms have views of the parking lot.
Hotel Solamar San Diego

Hotel Solamar San Diego Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 235-room Kimpton boutique just outside the Gaslamp Quarter is notable for its stylish rooms with beach-inspired decor and its attractive rooftop pool area. There are some great freebies -- a free nightly wine and beer hour, free coffee and tea in the lobby, free newspaper delivery, and free bicycles for exploring the city -- but you'll have to pay for parking, Wi-Fi, and business center services. The nearby Hard Rock Hotel is sometimes a little cheaper, but it's less kid-friendly.

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