Pacific Terrace was outstanding. My mother and I sadly only stayed for one night in January 09. We paid $119 on hotels.com and were upgraded to an oceanfront room upon arrival for an additional $50. The room normally is about $250 in the off season.
Our room was lovely - 'princess and the pea' beds, very high and cozy. Full mini bar with sink, but also with an empty fridge to stock your own goodies. We were happy that they had actual glassware - coffee mugs, wine glasses, and cocktail glasses. The room was clean and modern with a HUGE television. A nice layout with a more private bathroom / changing area - especially useful with the oceanfront boardwalk right outside your window.
The surrounding area included quite a number of restaurant choices - mostly pub / grill type places, which looked casual. We were only there one night and ordered room service, which was fast and yummy. The hotel offers a number of room service options from surrounding restaurants.
The only downside is that they charged $20 per day parking fee, but included 'free valet', which was efficient and friendly. I suppose they get away with charging this in the summer months, but in the winter, it seems a bit high - and I'm from Chicago.
Overall though, worth every penny and would highly recommend this lovely oceanfront hotel!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Oceanfront, 4-diamond hotel between Sea World and La Jolla. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Pacific Terrace San Diego
- Hotel Pacific Terrace