May 21, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
Lodge at Torrey Pines in La Jolla, California
In the picturesque seaside village of La Jolla, The Lodge at Torrey Pines revives the romance of days gone by. This stunning California Craftsman-style resort is just north of San Diego, tucked among wind-sculpted pines overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Design masters William Morris and Gustav Stickley inspired the signature Arts & Crafts décor, while the majestic landscape furthers a harmonious atmosphere. The latter also provides a regal setting for Torrey Pines Golf Course, exclusive home to the 2008 U.S. Open Championship.
Though you're close to the San Diego Zoo, San Diego's lively Gaslamp District, the Del Mar Racetrack and Scripps Aquarium, you may have a hard time leaving the property. The Spa at Torrey Pines is sure to seduce your weary spirit with its marine-based treatments, and A.R. Valentien will entice your appetite with contemporary California cuisine. When not enjoying guaranteed tee times or shopping in La Jolla village, you might stroll among the golden sandstone cliffs and cobbled shoreline of nearby Torrey Pines State Reserve.
Location of Lodge at Torrey Pines
Nearest Airport: SAN
Amenities for Lodge at Torrey Pines
- General Information
- 175 Guest Rooms
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Business Center/Services
- Meeting Rooms
- Lodges & Ranches
- Spa & Wellness
Reviews for Lodge at Torrey Pines
The Lodge has a fantastic view of the the ocean and the Torrey Pines golf course. The rooms were spacious and comfortable and from the moment we arrived at the service was impeccable. I was especially impressed when we asked if the hotel could provide us towels for our trip to the beach in La Jolla, they responded by saying of course and asking if we would also like to borrow beach chairs and some beach toys.
Pebble Beach move over...this resort is A++. You don't have to stay there to enjoy dinner at the Lodge. From the welcome experience with the car hops ins kilts to the Lodge experience (only 15 years old but looks like it is from the 40's). Smaller and more intimate, this lodge takes it to a very high level. Dinner was magnificent. The most extensive wine list of "hard to find" wines AND the prices were actually very reasonable. Waiters hovered around you, but not to noticeable. Everything from the warm bread to the amous bouche, duck, steak, salads and desserts were first class. We dined outside and watched an amazing sunset clear of anything blocking the view.
steveberry2020 - The Woodlands, Texas
The Lodge at Torrey Pines is a beautiful and special place to stay. We were impressed with the rooms and service. Only ate at the grill for breakfast but it was delicious both days. Our husbands played golf on the south course. Said it was beautiful but difficult. Lots of young families at the pool and grill. We did have drinks in the bar one nite but left earlier that planned. Family with children letting them run wild and screaming in the small area not ideal. Management should have taken action. There were several couples there when we arrived but The undisciplined children cleared everyone out.
letramp - Austin, Tx
Beautiful resort hotel near the golf course amazes with delightful scenery. We attended friends' wedding and the time spent was all too short . We enjoyed gentle elegance of the place. Its grace and style manages to look effortless and smooth but for sure lots of work goes into the operations. We would love to come back for a longer leasury stay.
podrozniczka60 - New Jersey
The beautiful setting of the Lodge at Torrey Pines is only the beginning of the experience. Our daughter's wedding was everything we dreamed it would be thanks to Molly Nelson and her team. She and her staff were mindful of every detail, and the chef did not disappoint!