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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
There is nothing to say here but perfection. The beds, the bathrooms, the lobby, the service, the food. Everything has been my kind of perfection. I used the drivers to go back and forth to La Jolla and they were delightful. I also appreciated real half and half in the coffee setup. Often that is where a nice hotel will let me down, not the Lodge at Torrey Pines. The only minor complaint I have is that the curtains on the smaller windows are too heavy preventing you from opening to entirely take in the view. Since I had French doors opening up to the patio, that was not a major problem......I had a great view there.
SavannahGal - Roanoke, Virginia
Our group held a meeting at the Lodge and the meeting rooms, gathering spaces and amenities were perfect. The staff was professional, friendly and attentive. The valet, bartenders, waiters, hostesses, meeting team were all great and made it a point to know our names and made us feel welcome. Golf is kind of a big deal here and they seamlessly coordinated tee times, bag storage with the public course. Most meals were banquet food- very good- but the Grill was outstanding. The service was a little inconsistent, but the weather and views made any delays no big deal. Breakfast had a lot of variety and quality food, the lunch and dinner caused problems trying to decide between the Sloppy Joe and Drugstore Hamburger! Classic and understated elegance- highly recommended.
Jim D - Glen Allen, Virginia
From the minute we were greeted by the men in kilts, we felt warmly welcomed and nurtured in this wonderful lodge. The young man who checked us in and the bell man dressed in traditional uniform took time to find out enough about us and our interests to provide a great amount of helpful information about the lodge and surrounding areas. We love mission style decor and no detail was spared here from the furniture, lighting, frame around the tv, everything contributed to the mission look. Even the cute real pine cone do not disturb signs on the doorknobs. The bed and bedding was very comfortable, the bath products felt like aromatherapy. The housekeeping staff appeared to remember our preference for extra coffee pods each day and every evening we had some treat on our pillows. We have stayed at a number of fine resorts, many much pricier, but none with the level of consistent service and detail we had here. Nights were quiet and we enjoyed sleeping with the slider open. We enjoyed breakfast in the morning at the Grill watching golfers tee off. We were able to sit outside comfortably early mornings with the overhead heaters. The food was delicious, served promptly and arrived hot and fresh. I have never stayed anywhere that smelled so good. Outdoors was the scent of pine and fireplace, indoors woodsy and lemony. We felt so relaxed returning after a long day. We were invited to use the fitness center and the facilities at the spa including sauna and steam room. We enjoyed picking up an apple and orange to take hiking. I looked at a number of options before booking the lodge and I can't imagine we could have had a nicer experience.
Lovtorun - Midwest
The Executive Signature top floor Suite I had reserved for Valentine's Day with the full ocean/golf course view was given to another person that day "by a different associate" and I was placed into a second floor "Palisades Suite" with a view looking north, directly into a pine tree, on the second floor based on the decision that the second room had a balcony. It was 40 degrees the evening we arrived and the balcony was not something that certainly mattered at that time. This reservation had been made weeks before and we are (were) returning guests. I was compensated by a reduction of $200 per night which hardly made up for the insult I received. They have lost a good customer and referring guest.
jroache - Laguna Beach, California
Craftsman style - from the Tiffany lamps to the rich dark wood, to the elevator floor indicators - it is a modern version of a 1900â€™s style lodge - albeit on the ocean rather than in the woods. We had a top floor larger room upgrade, and enjoyed spa and lots of on-site restaurant experiences. Worth it for a non-airplane SoCal getaway, for sure. Very nice staff - to the one - always courteous and took their time to help. Felt like a Four Seasons, but far smaller, very tasteful places to sit and lounge, read, look at vistas, etc. Absolutely not the same as say the more â€śfancyâ€ť Laguna Niguel properties (also great - Monarch and Ritz) - this is unplug, quiet, subdued, old style. High quality furniture and fixtures, comfortable rooms - get a balcony - pretty. Canâ€™t say enough about AR Velenteinâ€™s staff and food. We were suspect at first, knowing youâ€™re on premise and not necessarily surrounded by walking distance restaurants. Had breakfast 2x there - always something different than weâ€™d see at home - and, dinner was truly special - nice touches from the chef before and after, and nice selection of California wines. Spa is full service and clean, tasteful, moderate in size. My ONLY complaint is that in a big room we had 1 craftsman chair and a small table and 2 small chairs - lots of floor space without a couch. Would have loved either another big chair for 2 of us to lounge in side by side, or a couch for us to chill on for in-room lounging. That would have made it perfect. Definitely a â€śgo backâ€ť....
HikerBLA - Los Angeles, California