December 31, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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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

Lodge at Torrey Pines
11480 North Torrey Pines Road
La Jolla, California

Nearest Airport: SAN

Amenities for Lodge at Torrey Pines

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  • 175 Guest Rooms
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  • Spa on Property
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Reviews for Lodge at Torrey Pines

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

Stayed here many years ago when it first opened and happy to say it hasn’t aged. Things are immaculate and up to date with no deterioration Obviously the owners have taken pride in their place and stayed true to the gorgeous craftsman style Deluxe room overlooking the golf course was great (with view of distant ocean)but a little too close to the pool grill so cooking smells reached the balcony But this was the only down side so make sure you ask for a room at the other end on the building if you want to avoid unwanted aromas. Very relaxing and lovely . Great service too but take notice of the rather exorbitant valet parking at about $35 a day.

scwrwriteractivist - Los Angeles, California

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

The minute I walked-in I was kindly greeted by the Front Desk Agent. She was patient, kind, and overall set-up my stay for immediately feeling comfort. I'm very picky when it comes to pillows, and these felt just like my pillows at home, I slept like a baby. The staff is what made my stay so fun too, everyone was so interactive and made me feel at home. Esther is the BEST masseuse I've experienced, I highly recommend her!!!

Sally M

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I went along with my husband who had a business function here. The room was very spacious. Huge lighted closet, huge bathroom. Very quiet. Loved the woodwork and classic Craftsman style decor in the common areas and guest rooms. Ate at the grill downstairs - didn't love it. We were unsure of our timing so we did not make a reservation to be on the Grill patio area - so we were inside. Decor and ambiance blah, blah, blah. Felt like something in a mid price chain hotel. Food was neither here nor there but clearly overpriced. There is another, more expensive restaurant upstairs. They kind of have you captive. They are surrounded by golf course, natural areas and corporate office parks. A lot of the local dining choices cater to office workers and are not open for dinner. You have to drive a ways to dine somewhere else. You can walk to the Farmer and the Seahorse - I went for breakfast - it is confusing because it is literally in an office building but really quite nice decor and reasonably priced. I don't think they are open for dinner. To get there you exit Torrey Pines Lodge from front entrance (driveway) and go STRAIGHT. It looks like you are getting on a freeway ramp but you go under the over pass on the sidewalk. It is only a block or two up on the right.

Sandra P - Irvine, CA

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My husband and I stayed at The Lodge for two months this fall while our house underwent repairs due to a flood. We have eaten every item on the menus, met every employee, explored every inch of the facilities, and walked the glorious grounds dozens of times, with our Jack Russell terrier Daisy. We knew A.R. Valentien before, as it is the best restaurant in La Jolla. The food is exquisite. I love the tea timers, and the home made biscuits put the southern original to shame. The rooms are magnificent. Huge, with ocean views and fireplaces, and vast patios. The decor is beautifully reimagined California Craftsman, circa Frank Lloyd Wright. Although we don’t play golf, the course is world famous. We enjoyed the morning mist and evening sunsets over the ocean facing course, so beautiful I was inspired to memorialize them in photos. The huge pool, state of the art spa, and access to the Torrey Pines Nat’l Park walking trails added to our amazing experience. Not to detract from the comments above, the service was the most extraordinary feature of our stay. Within two days, everyone knew and addressed us by name. The doormen always greeted us with “welcome home.” While we were made to feel like royal house guests, Daisy was treated to dozens of ear scratches and puppy biscuits. Now that we are back in our house, we are all on a diet! And missing our new friends at The Lodge at Torrey Pines.

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

As you arrive to the kilted bellman and walk in the woodsy and craftsman lobby overlooking grounds and golf, this place oozes warmth and takes you to the pure definition of a luxury lodge. To the onsite smoker for all the bacon (you have to get bacon!) and the comfortable atmosphere of a public golf venue, wonderful place to visit. But staying there, the craftsman charm soon become uncomfortable. Large rooms have one A/C unit and vent, so the bathroom is stuffy and hot. Maintenance visit on the first night told us many of the units A/C were "on their last legs" and the building had "been pretty much used up". After an hour trying to get the A/C to work, rather than offer another room, they brought a large floor fan which maintenance said was a frequent request. Not what I would expect for $400/night.

RoadyWarrior - Dallas, Texas

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