Overall this hotel was amazing. It was very up to date, and super clean. The only bad thing I would say about it is that they are super cheap. What I mean by that is, they make you (yes their guests) pay $18 a night for parking. They add that on to your bill when you check out. Their breakfast prices are also outrageous. It's $14 for only cold and dry foods. $18 for the full buffet, which is your normal eggs and sausage breakfast you usually get for free everywhere else. A mimosa is $7 and no drinks are included in the breakfast price. Also if you ask for an item, such as a tooth brush, if you forget yours... You are better off brushing with your finger. They are little pieces of flimsy plastic with like 6 brussles on it. So aside from the cheapness... The hotel is gorgeous the landscape is gorgeous, the pool is great and they have a great drink / bar selection that you an bring to the pool. It's just pricy.
The hotel has a relaxed beach like elegance. the bar is beautiful and service was exemplary. The pool and oceen views help you relax as you sit and talk under the moon and starlight.
Rooms are decorated nicely with wonderful beds! Love the bath products as well.
This is a beach front motel. It is not plush but is the perfect motel for enjoying the beach. The staff is friendly and helpful. This is our second visit to this motel in the past 6 months. We definitely plan on going back. Walking distance to several restaurants and there are bar b qu on the premise
Great location! Close to the beach, walking distance to restaurants, yoga studios and fitness centers. Hotel is clean and rooms are spacious. Amenities are light as expected of a Cortyard, but staff was friendly and helpful. Only complaint is that it was pretty loud between thin walls, backing up to the 101 and a strangely large gap under my door.
First impression of the hotel was "wow this is classy". The staff was very friendly and always accompanying. The pool is heated, and pleasant any time of day. The best part about the hotel I would have to stay is its close proximity to beach, and several restaurants an grocery stores. The only odd part about our stay was not having daily housekeeping available, Even when we would put the sign on the door at most we would get a new towel. I found myself at the front counter at least once a day asking for towels, coffee, or for my trash to be emptied. All in all though we would stay again.
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Members of old Hollywood once jockeyed for seclusion in Del Mar. Now, real jockeys are the main attraction at this former Tinseltown getaway. Every summer, the Del Mar Racetrack comes to life with horse races. The racing season begins with the end of the San Diego County Fair in July. Del Mar is part of the North Country, the suburban area considered to be the outer edge of metropolitan San Diego.