A coastal escape in the heart of Torrey Pines State Reserve
Picturesque landscape of the ocean, golf course and rugged state reserve
Luxury full-service spa on-site
Plenty of recreational activities, including coastal hikes and croquet
The Lodge at Torrey Pines Hotel , La Jolla
Setting the scene
Influenced by the architecture of the 1900s, The Lodge offers up real character, giving the accommodations a real feel of elegance and warmth. Having won the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for four years in a row, you can be confident of a wonderful stay here. The cosy, well-appointed rooms all offer views of the botanical reserve, as well all those must-have amenities. There’s also a gym and plush full-service spa on-site, catering for every one of your therapeutic needs. Behind The Lodge you’ll find the heated pool with relaxing poolside cabanas, whirlpool, croquet lawn - your California paradise just moments away from the beach. Dining is also available on-site at A.R. Valentien and The Grill.
Sat next to the famous Torrey Pines Golf Course, and above the stunning Torrey Pines State Beach, guests will be spoilt when it comes to incredible views and activities. What’s more the State Reserve also offers up 2,000 acres of rugged canyons and colourful sandstone, all of which can be admired with a sunrise walk, just moments from the hotel. While all this is just on your doorstep, the nearby shopping and dining area of downtown La Jolla also deserves to be explored, as do the downtown San Diego attractions, located 25-minutes away.
In-room coffee maker
Two restaurants on-site
Outdoor pool and whirlpool
Valet and self-parking available
Complimentary local area car service
Accessible accommodations available
Nearby Things To Do
Once you’ve exhausted the nearby hiking trails, practised your swing at the world-renowned golf course and explored the local beach, you can begin to explore the rest of the area. While Westfield UTC Mall offers up all your favourite high street stores and eateries, downtown La Jolla is also worth a visit for its boutique shops and unique restaurants. Further afield, within a 30-minute drive, you’ll also find a whole range of popular attractions from San Diego Zoo and the quaint Seaport Village, to the city’s vibrant Gaslamp Quarter.