We have visited many times and this time wanted my family to experience Casa Del Zorro for my birthday. Staff go above and beyond to accomodate. It was 108 the weekend we went and I was very concerned about the heat, however, the casita (Marigold) had good air conditioning and a big cooler of ice was left for us. I had always stayed in the pool-side rooms, however, I was impressed with this remodeled casita. Marigold. The picture shows a small family table, however, we walked into a gorgeous large family table. We super enjoyed family time in the pools in the evening. It was so warm and beautiful. We had lots of space in this 1500 square feet to play games during the day. This unit doesn't have a private pool, however, we prefer the lap pool and main pool anyway. They provided a golf cart service to pick up my senior citizen parents to get to and from the pool which was very nice. Hard to suggest much for feedback, however, the only thing I can suggest is that we missed the cabanas. Evidenly they blew down in a wind storm and I understand they are being replaced soon. Yoga is something we always enjoy, along with the free coffee in the lobby in the am. We love Casa Del Zorro. …
If you live in San Diego, enjoy a Casita here during the summer special! The on-site restaurant is excellent for dinner, especially if you take advantage of the nightly specials. ICE, no problem. A big Coleman Ice bin is provided in the Casita and a phone call brings a quick replenishment.
This is our 3rd visit to Casa Del Zorro. Each time we are greeted by friendly staff who are sociable and accommodating. The rooms are clean and well stocked. The private casita pools are a must for families with smaller children. The housekeeping and other staff are always friendly and willing to help. You can't ask for a more reasonable summer getaway.
La Casa Del Zorro is beautiful - myriad swimming pools, magnificent land scaping, fine dining in a classic setting served by warm and friendly staff. For me, being an amateur astronomer, my most memorable moment was viewing the star clusters and nebulae of the milky way through my binoculars, a breath-taking experience.
Fantastic from arrival to exit. All staff were super kind and friendly. Pool was amazing and were lucky to have to ourselves. Dinner was really good, all the meals were super tasty and good quality. We played shuffleboard which was fun! Stargazing at night is a must; shooting stars, the Milky Way. The room was huge and loved the arm chairs to sit in and relax for a bit. Beds comfortable and bathroom huge! Would definitely recommend!
Great place for a laid-back getaway. The private Casitas with private pools were an awesome option. Loved it the fact that we could visit the spa if we wanted to, although I thought the cost of the treatments were a little high for what you got. Overall we had a very nice time and because we went during the summer it was nice and quiet. Great for a relaxing time out with friends.
I booked the Desert Star (77) casita. It was my family’s first time here and they LOVED it! I did too but the AC in our bedroom (the one with the king size bed) was not working properly. It was on but it was so weak and our room was sweltering! It was 115° that weekend. The rest of the house was fine though. My husband and I slept on the living room couch the entire weekend because they could not fix the AC issue. That was a huge letdown but I’m glad it was our room and not my family’s. My family loved LCDZ so much that they booked our next stay the night they returned home! We stay at LCDZ often and are always happy with the service and the property. This was the first incident in the last 2 years which affected our stay. I hope that we will not have any issues moving forward.
Nice "older" property, but in serious need of "upkeep" maintenance. Food is outstanding, and always has been. However, still no room service, which was available before the pandemic. Staff is great, except for the maintenance people. We've visited this place 3/4 times a year over the last 6 years. We used to go to Palm Springs, but that's turned into year round Spring break. It's quieter at LCDZ but weekends can get noisy, especially around the pools with "Spring Breakers" (multiple people - too many - in one room, partying and making noise around the other pools) and kids that are unsupervised. The units and grounds are in serious need of upkeep maintenance. Unfortunately, this place isn't worth the rates ($270+ during the summer and $350+ during the winter). The SPA is ok, but not worth the rates ($240, not including tip, for an 80 minute Swedish). Wi-Fi is spotty (the staff told me it's spotty all over Borrego). The Roku TV setup buffered the entire time we tried to watch TV. One TV worked better than the other (we stayed in a bedroom casita). Once again, I called the front desk and they said maintenance would take a look - no one came to the room and nothing changed with the buffering. What is the "Guest Resort Fee" for?!?…
This was our first stay here and it was amazing! Casa del Zorro is a beautiful, well-maintained property with so much to do and see around every corner. Even in the very hot July month, which I assume is off-season, all the activities and pools were clean and available for use. The staff were wonderful; the rooms were spacious and clean; and the whole experience felt welcoming and special. Highly recommend!
There's no place like Casa del Zorro and wonderful peaceful Borrego Springs. Restaurant is great as well. For a relaxing getaway, a hiking adventure, or family trip, it's perfect. Historic and meticulously maintained, CDZ is a historic treasure.