Even as someone who’s been spending time in San Diego for most of his life, the beloved beachside city continues to impress me with its diverse spread of top-tier hotels and activities. This time around I joined up with the great crew at Visit San Diego to check out some of the best spots the city has to offer.
First up was Board and Brew for some of the best sandwiches in California, before taking time to reflect and recharge at the beach. The Lodge at Torrey Pines, an unmissable hotel in La Jolla was next to host us for a trip through their property. The hotel has one of the country’s top public golf courses, which surrounds its spacious suites providing some incredible views, sounds, and scenes. It’s also one of the only places that has a pool that plays classical music underwater. Yes, really.
For a change of scenery, we stopped by one of the city’s newest properties, the Pendry San Diego, located in the Gaslamp Quarter of downtown San Diego. This spot has a beautiful and relaxing rooftop pool, as well as an abundance of on-site dining and nightlife options to enjoy.
We wrapped up our jam packed day with a visit to the Fairmont Grand Del Mar, a place I like to call a “destination within a destination.” It doesn’t get much bigger and better than this place, which you can tell from its opulent Presidential Suite, winding hiking trails, and even a fully functional equestrian center. Watch this for the full scoop. San Diego all day!
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