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Pacific Terrace Hotel
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Why Stay At Pacific Terrace Hotel
Situated at the north end of the Pacific Beach boardwalk, a property offering a sense of tranquility amidst San Diego's bustling beachfront scene.
Located on a bluff at the ocean's edge, the Pacific Terrace hotel overlooks a picture perfect stretch of white sandy beach. Don't feel like getting sand between your toes? Just hang at the hotel's palm-tree lined outdoor pool complete with hot tub and a panoramic view of the incoming waves. For a case of the munchies, cookies, coffee, and iced tea are at the ready in the lobby throughout the day. Another thoughtful bonus: spa treatments are available in-room or poolside. The spacious guest rooms are designed in South Seas style with plantation shutters; richly colored hibiscus-flowered comforters and hand carved dark-toned wooden furniture. Each room features a balcony or terrace and all have warm-hued marble bathrooms with separate sinks or vanity areas. There's no restaurant on the premises, but many neighboring restaurants conveniently allow you to bill meals to the hotel.
Rent a beach cruiser from the hotel and do some sightseeing from Mission Bay's ocean side boardwalks.
Want to sleep in, but worried about housekeeping? No problem! Simply call the front desk and schedule the time you want your room cleaned.
Arrive at San Diego International Airport (SAN), which is approximately 11 miles from the hotel. Anticipate about 20 minutes of travel time.610 Diamond Street, San Diego, California, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Beach Access
- Beach Amenities
- Outdoor Pool
- Outdoor Whirlpool
- Massage Treatments
- Fitness Center
- Concierge Services
- Handcrafted Furniture
- Air Conditioning
- Ceiling Fans
- Flat-screen TVs
- iPod Docking Stations
- En-Suite Bathrooms
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Hair Dryers
- Coffee Makers
- Mini Bars
- In-room Dining
- Restaurants nearby
- Bars nearby
- Max occupancy is 2 adults + 3 children under 18
- Welcome glass of wine
- Complimentary use of beach chairs and umbrellas
- Bicycle rentals
- A Souvenir photo
- Late check out (1 pm)
Why We Love San Diego
An abundance of sun, sand and surf make San Diego the epitome of that cherished laid-back Southern California feeling.
1044 Wall Street, La Jolla, San Diego.
Where to Drink: Just about equidistant from the beach and the hotel you'll stumble upon the Firehouse Lounge. On the breezy roof terrace facing the sea catch the chill vibe and unwind to smooth deep house music. Try to make it for Champagne Sundays for $16 bottles of high-end bubbly and $5 man-mosas (the manly mimosa version made with Stoli orange and Hefeweizen).
722 Grand Ave., San Diego.
Where to Shop: Look for one-of-a-kind artwork, home furnishings and design pieces at Kettner Art & Design District in Little Italy. Among the highlights along Kettner Boulevard and India Street are Scott White Contemporary Art (939 W. Kalmia St.) and DNA European Design Studio (750 W. Fir St.).
Best Day Trip: Need a dose of that charming country feel? Make sure to visit the town of Julian about 65 miles inland. The quaint hamlet, founded by Civil War veterans in 1869, is famous for its bountiful apple orchards and fall harvest. Get a map from the Chamber office and take a self-guided historical tour around town.
Why Go Now
November 1, 2013
Art After the Dark: Day of the Dead
Lively celebration in honor of Día de los Muertos at Oceanside Museum of Art. Paying homage to the art and culture of the Day of the Dead celebration during an evening that comes alive with music, costumes, interactive art and performances. Recommended for 21 and over. Admission $20.
704 Pier View Way, Oceanside.
November 3, 2013
Carlsbad Village Faire
At this annual fair, more than 900 vendors sell everything from clothes, accessories, plants and household products to art, antiques and home decor. Free admission.
Grand Avenue between Carlsbad Blvd. and Jefferson St., Carlsbad Village.
November 27 - December 1, 2013
San Diego Jazz Fest
Spanning Thanksgiving weekend, the event presents a variety of traditional jazz music ranging from Dixieland to ragtime performed by genre musicians and bands from around the US. Admission from $15 for a day pass.
Town & Country Resort and Convention Center: 500 Hotel Cir. North, San Diego.