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17 Best San Diego Beach Hotels

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San Diego is one of the best places in the world for a beach vacation. Good San Diego beach hotels are ones you can quickly run back and forth to from the sand which can significantly enhance a stay no matter how old you are.
The hotels and resorts on this list are chosen because of locations on the sand, great amenities and things to do within walking distance. They provide major convenience—no need to struggle with beach parking for starters. One can spend an entire vacation in one of these spots without hopping into a car.
Note that there are two types of San Diego beaches—bay beaches and ocean beaches. Bayside hotels also provide easy access to the ocean beaches, giving guests the best of both worlds. San Diego beach hotels at any level of luxury will skew higher in price during holidays and beach season. They’re worth it. However, they are excellent value in winter, and we still use the beach (albeit a bit differently) in winter.
These best San Diego beach hotels are listed from south to north. Underneath each listing, I’ll give you a little bit of advice in regard to how to book and information based on feedback I’ve received from readers, guests and my own personal experience. My services are best utilized when it comes to the higher-end hotels as I have access to added-value amenities (such as complimentary breakfast for two, resort credits, and room upgrades) at no extra cost to you. In these cases, I’ve indicated how to send me your details.
Pier South Resort

 
Neighborhood: Imperial Beach
Beach: Imperial Beach
Why Go: Pier South Resort is a new modern oceanfront beach resort in the up-and-coming Imperial Beach neighborhood. Its a Silver LEED Certified eco-friendly showcase of clean design with its large rooms (650 square feet and up), solar power for heating and cooling, cutting-edge water conservation technologies and even electric car charging stations for guests. It is a Marriott Autograph Collection Hotel.
Beach Amenities:

Paddleboard and boogie board rentals
Surfing lessons can be arranged

Hotel Amenities:

Rooms have spacious open floor plans, balconies, in-room bottled water, in-room coffee and tea, and complimentary premium TV channels
Free WiFi
Fitness center with classes
Onsite spa
SEA 180 restaurant
Outdoor pool with service
Roof terrace

Good to Know: The resort is located south of downtown so consider drive time if you plan an itinerary that involves North County. It is a gentrifying neighborhood but nice around the beach and pier area. I would not suggest that luxury travelers stay here due to its location.
Reservations:
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Beach Village at The Del (Top Pick)

 
Neighborhood: Coronado
Beach: Coronado Municipal Beach
Why Go: You want the very best beach vacation possible in San Diego. This is by far the best luxury choice. Beach Village is a private enclave at Hotel Del Coronado with designer cottages and many VIP amenities. Only guests of Beach Village have access to its pools, common areas and breakfast at the Windsor Cottage. It is much quieter than staying on the main resort and popular for groups and multigenerational travel because most cottages have full kitchens.
Beach Amenities:

Access to the members-only Windsor Beach club with food and drink service, posh sofas and sand chairs styled by Room & Board (open during summer only)
Complimentary use of beach chairs and umbrellas at Del Beach (half-moon cabanettes and day beds are available for rental) where it’s also possible to enjoy drink and food service to the sand.
Stand-up paddle board and surf lessons
Early morning yoga on the beach and outdoor beachside spinning classes.
A beachside boardwalk in front of the hotel perfect for riding bikes and surreys (rentals are available)
Private beach bonfires with s’more roasting
Boogie board, surfboard, and skim, board rentals

Resort Amenities (in addition to amenities on the main Hotel Del Coronado resort):

Personal Concierge service
VIP Entrance
Private dinners in your cottage prepared by resort chefs
Priority reservations across the resort
Pools with cabanas and lounge chairs for Beach Village guests only
Secluded plunge pools and hot tubs scattered throughout the property
Cottages with hot tubs
Designer cottages with designer appliances

Good to Know: The cottages closest to the beach border the boardwalk so you will see people on bikes, walking etc.
Reservations: Hotel Del Coronado and Beach Village at The Del are Virtuoso properties which means that I can book you in with some additional benefits that include:

Daily Buffet breakfast, for up to two in-room guests
$100 USD Equivalent Spa Services credit (not combinable, no cash value if not redeemed in full)
Early check-in/late check-out, subject to availability
Complimentary Wi-Fi

Note that breakfast at Windsore Cottage is included with Beach Village reservations so the breakfast credit for two could be used at Sheerwater on the main resort for a change of pace. I can also help you decide which accommodations to choose. However, if you know what you want, depending on the cottage type and length of stay you, might be better off booking with a Hilton HHonors discount.
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Hotel Del Coronado

 
Neighborhood: Coronado
Beach: Coronado Municipal Beach
Why Go: You like historic hotels with a big roster of amenities. The red roof of this famous San Diego hotel has become one of the city’s icons. The list of Hollywood celebrities, U.S. Presidents and other dignitaries who have stayed at Hotel Del Coronado since its opening in 1888 is nothing short of impressive.
Not only is it one of the best San Diego hotels, it’s also located on one of the best beaches in San Diego. Coronado Municipal Beach is also considered one of America’s best beaches by the Travel Channel. Waves usually break gently here and tide pools reveal themselves at low tides. There is also the famous Sandcastle Man who occasionally builds crazy-ornate sandcastles near the hotel. A mineral in the sand called Mica causes it to shimmer and it’s particularly beautiful to see it glow in the shore break. Expansive, flat sand means it’s possible to enjoy a lovely jog in the morning while picking sand dollars and other shells along the way.
Beach Amenities:

Full-service beach area called Del Beach with luxury lounge chairs, umbrellas, half-moon cabanettes and day beds for full-day rental
Chairside drink and food ordering available at Del Beach (it’s the only place where alcoholic drinks are permitted, FYI)
Stand-up paddle board and surf lessons
Early morning yoga on the beach and outdoor beachside spinning classes.
A beachside boardwalk in front of the hotel perfect for riding bikes and surreys (rentals are available)
Private beach bonfires with s’more roasting
Boogie board, surfboard and skim board rentals

Resort Amenities:

DelVentures activity center for ages 4-12 featuring, 3-hour evening activities and 1-hour activities on weekends that include Art Labs, Weird Science Adventures and more
MooTime Creamery ice cream treats on site
Water toys and fun in the main pool
Summer s’mores and dive-in movie nights
17 shops to browse (Babcock & Story is my personal favorite)
Several beachfront dining and cocktail areas with amazing sunset views
San Diego’s best Sunday brunch in the Crown Room
Family portraits arranged through the Concierge
Full-service Spa at The Del
Adults-only pool

Good to Know:  The resort has over 750 rooms and can feel very busy during peak times as residents and tourists visit the shops and restaurants, too. It is not a good choice for people looking for a quiet getaway but it is extremely popular with families (kids love it). The hotel is often categorized as a luxury resort, and in many aspects it is, but it’s truly a four-star property. People who are the happiest in residence here book in knowing it can be busy, they want a great full-service beachfront resort with great food, and aren’t fussy about being waited on hand and foot.
Restaurants and shops on Orange Avenue are within walking, distance and there is a ferry from downtown San Diego to Coronado (on the other side of the island, about a 30-minute walk). There is also quite a bit to do during the holidays at Hotel Del Coronado from a seaside ice skating rink to other special programming.
Awards: AAA Four Diamonds, Top 100 Resort Spas in the United States, Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Poll, 2015 and many more
Reservations: Virtuoso amenities I can secure for you (at no additional cost) include (for 2018):

Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability (room upgrades are not possible in Beach Village)
Daily Buffet breakfast, for up to two in-room guests
$100 USD Equivalent Spa Services credit (not combinable, no cash value if not redeemed in full)
Early check-in/late check-out, subject to availability
Complimentary Wi-Fi

More often than not, the Virtuoso rate I can secure for you is far more beneficial than anything else out there.
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(Note: There is also a Loews Coronado which is waterfront on the bay and usually less expensive than Hotel Del Coronado. Note that you need to take a shuttle to the ocean beach beach and it is a little isolated. If a beach is a priority, stay at The Del.)

Paradise Point Resort and Spa

 
Neighborhood: Mission Bay

Beach: Mission Bay Beach
Why go: You’d like a secluded tropical resort experience that is great for all types of travelers, especially those with families, with a fascinating history. Paradise Point, a Destination Hotel, is a 462-room bungalow-style resort set on Mission Bay that was established in 1962 by famous Hollywood Director Jack Skirball. The 44-acre resort feels like a tropical island and has over one-mile of beach encircling the resort, five swimming pools, tranquil lagoons in addition to lush tropical gardens. Even though it’s quite close to the airport SeaWorld, downtown and Mission Beach, the resort has a secluded feel. The bay beach here is an excellent San Diego beach for kids (no waves).
Beach Amenities:

Bonfire pits
Beach games like volleyball,full-servicebocce ball and horseshoes
Beach toys and accessories available for purchase at the Island Market
Paradise Surf Academy

Resort Amenities:

Five swimming pools including an adults-only pool
462 Balinese-inspired bungalow rooms including 73 suites with private patios, mini refrigerators,  and in-room coffee (suites have wet bars and microwaves)
A full service marina with sailboats and ski boats
Wakeboarding, waterskiing, kayaks, paddle boats and fishing
18-hole putting golf course
Five dining venues including two waterfront restaurants
NBA-size basketball court
4 championship tennis courts
9-wicket croquet course and ping-pong table
Beach cruisers, quadracycle surreys, and longboard skateboard rentals
Award-winning, island-themed spa with kids’ treatments
Seasonal SeaWorld water taxi
Pet-friendly to 15 lbs or less
Seasonal kids’ clubs

Good to Know: You’re also going to read mixed reviews of this resort, like other Mission Bay resorts, many of which were written before rooms were renovated (some are still not renovated so be sure to book rooms or suites that have been). The resort is quite large, so there can be a decent amount of walking though golf cart rides are available. You will have to drive 15 minutes or so to the ocean beach in Mission Bach as it is not walkable from here. It is possible to walk to the front entrance of SeaWorld in about 15 minutes.
Awards: Condé Nast Travelers Readers’ Choice
Reservations:
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Bahia Resort Hotel

 
Neighborhood: Mission Beach
Beach: Mission Bay Beach
Why Go: You’d like a family-friendly hotel near SeaWorld and Mission Beach that is good value for money. Couples will enjoy the resort atmosphere and proximity to Mission Beach’s dining and nightlife as well as downtown.
The Mediterranean-themed Bahia Resort Hotel is Mission Bay’s first hotel. It’s located on a secluded 14-acre peninsula that juts out into Mission Bay and has its private bay beach. It’s a sister property to The Catamaran Resort Hotel and Spa (listed below). Guests can walk to Belmont Park, San Diego’s beachfront theme park, as well as the beach and boardwalk in about 10 minutes or less depending on where you are at the resort.
Beach Amenities:

Private bay beach
Rentals of wetsuits, boogie boards and rafts, paddle boats, kayaks, powerboats, wave runners/sea-dos
Seasonal summer beach concerts and clambakes
Complimentary cabanas
Seasonal kids’ beach activities

Resort Amenities:

314-rooms which include beach-front cottages, studios with panoramic views, and spacious bayside suites
Bayfront suites have direct beach access, and studios offer full kitchens and dining areas
Driver service to The Catamaran Spa
Two complimentary lighted tennis courts
Heated swimming pool with Jacuzzi
The Bahia Belle Stearnwheeler boat which takes guests on family hour and cocktail cruises
Pond with ducks and two rescued seals (kids will love them)
No resort fees and complimentary parking
A Moroccan-inspired lounge with live music
Fitness center
Lots of summer activities

Good to Know: The hotel has a reputation for fantastic service and great value for money without the fuss. It is a three-star property. Parking is free and, there is no resort fee
Reservations:
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Catamaran Resort Hotel and Spa

Neighborhood: Mission Beach
Beach: Mission Bay Beach (Pacific Ocean beach is across the street)
Why Go: You’d like a laid-back tropical feel and the best of both worlds: A gorgeous San Diego Bay beach with calm water and water sports and the Pacific Ocean just steps away. The Catamaran Resort Hotel and Spa with its Polynesian-inspired decor, lush landscaping, koi pond and tiki torches really does feel like a touch of Hawaii in San Diego. This San Diego beach hotel offers the city’s only beachfront spa and more activities than any other Mission Bay resort.
Beach Amenities:

Seasonal SUP Yoga on the bay.
Summertime luaus and beach movies
Beachside Yoga
Surfing, sailing and SUP lessons in addition to kayaks and wake boarding
Beach chairs and umbrellas for guest use
Beachfront restaurant

Resort Amenities:

Each guest room and suite has a private balcony or patio as well as water or tropical water views.
Studios have kitchenettes
The resort’s Bahia Belle Sternwheeler boat takes guests on family hour and cocktail cruises
A fantastic spa based on Polynesian, Thai and a variety of other South Pacific traditions
Bicycle and Segway rentals onsite
Complimentary arcade
Pool
Excellent dining at Oceana and the onsite coffee shop
Tropical bird show with resident birds (kids also love the turtles in the ponds)

Good to Know: Stay in the Towers if you would like an ocean view. The location is walkable to fun and funky restaurants in Mission Beach and even Pacific Beach. Book early as this resort will sell out in summer. They do offer long stay rates on their website.
Awards: TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence
Reservations:

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Surfer Beach Hotel
The Surfer Beach Hotel is in Pacific Beach near the border of Mission Beach. The no-frills hotel sits on the boardwalk, which means that views are spectacular and ocean breezes are guaranteed. Rooms are comfortable and clean. World Famous restaurant is next door (great for fish tacos – make a reservation). The building is older, but this is certainly one of the most affordable oceanfront San Diego hotels.
Hotel Amenities:

Family rooms can sleep up to 6 people
Suites with kitchens and separate living areas are available
In-room coffee and microwaves are available in some rooms
Complimentary wireless internet
Complimentary hot beverages in the lobby
In-room mini refrigerator
Ironing boards and hair dryers on request in standard rooms
Parking is $17/$10 if booked direct
Heated ocean view swimming pool
Pets less than 50 lbs are welcome
Coin-operated laundry
An activity desk

Good to Know: There are incentives for booking directly through the hotel including the reduced parking rate mentioned above, complimentary bottled water upon check-in, and more.
Awards: 2016 Fido’s Favorite Award Winner
Reservations:
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Crystal Pier Hotel

 
Neighborhood: Pacific Beach
Beach: Pacific Beach (Crystal Pier separates North Pacific Beach from Pacific Beach)
Why go: You’d like to sleep over the ocean in one of San Diego’s most unique hotels. Built in 1930, the Cape Cod-style cottages are located on privately-owned Crystal Pier. You will hear the waves roll in and out underneath the pier. The beach below offers expansive flat sand and access to the popular boardwalk for biking and beachside walks. The nearby area is packed with fun bars, restaurants and beach life so staying on the pier provides a little respite. Walk a bit north from the pier to hit the Tourmaline Surfing Park, a local favorite.
Beach Amenities:

Easy access to one of the best beaches in San Diego
The pier is one of the best places in San Diego to fish (with a valid license)

Hotel Amenities:

Cottages have kitchenettes, private patios and individual parking (the latter is handy during peak season)
Cottage sizes range from studios to two bedrooms
Gated key night entry for safety
No onsite dining but you don’t need it. Kono’s is steps from the entrance and a fabulous spot, among others.

Good to Know:  Depending on tides, all cottages may not be over water but either way, because the waves are loud this may not be a good choice for light sleepers. The pier is open to the public during the day.
Awards: TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence
Reservations: Reservations are only taken by phone. Summer reservations are recommended at least 11 months out and winter reservations are recommended at least 4-6 out. There is a 2-night minimum in winter, 3-night minimum in summer and 4-night minimum during holidays. Call (800) 748-5894 for pricing and reservations. Rates range between $175 – $525 per night.

Blue Sea Beach Hotel

 
Neighborhood: Pacific Beach
Beach: Pacific Beach
Why Go: This is a good choice for people who want to be on the beach, in the middle of the action and in a newly renovated boutique hotel. Simply step over the boardwalk and directly into the sand. It’s not the fanciest option but it’s comfortable and considered good value for its location and amenities.
Resort Amenities:

126 Rooms and suites
In-room coffee, mini refrigerators, 37″ TVs, free local calls, free WiFi
Most rooms have ocean views
Grab-N-Go pantry in the lobby
Newly-upgraded pool deck with heated pool and spa
Fresh afternoon cookies and water
Bike rentals

Good to Know: Pacific Beach is busy here and tends to skew a bit younger, but guests report that noise is low if booking a room away from the street. Guests also say that the partial ocean view is still fantastic.
Awards: TripAdvisor Hall of Fame
Reservations:
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Tower 23 Hotel

Neighborhood: Pacific Beach
Beach: Pacific Beach
Why Go: You’d like a luxe couples or friends getaway. Tower23 Hotel is for people who want a modern boutique San Diego hotel on the beach with great food, servicea vastand cocktails in a lively part of town. It borders the Strand, a popular walkway alongside the sand for jogging and bike riding.
Beach Amenities:

WiFi extends to the part of the beach near the hotel
Complimentary chairs and towels

Hotel Amenities:

44 Rooms and suites equipped with “Serenity Beds”, rain showers, flat screen TVs, Xbox centers, private balcony or patio
Complimentary WiFi
In-room spa treatments
JRDN Restaurant – popular also with locals
Oceanfront bar with raw bar and great cocktails
Combine rooms to create a two-bedroom suite
Complimentary bikes for all ages

Good to Know: While kids will love proximity to the beach, this hotel is geared mostly toward couples who would like a lively, upscale beach scene. There is no pool but rather a deck area with lounge chairs facing the beach.
Awards: Best Hotel Restaurant (California Restaurant Association), TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence
Reservations:
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Pacific Terrace Hotel

 
Neighborhood: Pacific Beach
Beach: Pacific Beach
Why go: You’d like a beachfront Pacific Beach hotel in an ever-so-slightly-quieter location than the others on this list. This is by far the most upscale choice in the area and popular when the La Jolla Beach hotels are sold out or too expensive.
Beach Amenities (included with the $15/night resort fee):

Beach chair and umbrella rentals
Boogie boards and sand toys

Hotel Amenities:

Complimentary beach cruisers
Heated outdoor pool with cabanas and hot tub
Massage therapy services
Guest laundry
Limited room service
Breakfast for hotel guests (no onsite restaurant)

Awards: AAA Four Diamonds
Good to Know: It’s situated on a small bluff which but all you have to do is walk down a small stairway to the beach. Pacific Beach draws a diverse crowd that is mostly young-at-heart and doesn’t suit most luxury travlers. This hotel is closer to Law Street beach than the others on this list which is very popular with families. The hotel has a two-room family suite. Extra beds are blow-up beds and not traditional rollaway beds.
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La Jolla Beach and Tennis Club (Top Pick)

 
Neighborhood: La Jolla
Beach: La Jolla Shores
Why Go: You’d like a quieter beachfront vacation with the comforts of home or are traveling with a large or extended family and need accommodations to fit everyone. Or, perhaps, you want to drink an adult beverage on the beach, you can on their private beach here. These exclusive accommodations are part of a members-only club located on La Jolla Shores Beach. It’s one of San Diego’s best spots for snorkeling, learning to surf, SUP, kayaking and much more and is also within walking distance to its quiet business district full of restaurants and shops. Go here for a truly unique San Diego beach experience and is VERY family-friendly.
Beach Amenities:

One of San Diego’s only private beaches
Complimentary use of chairs, towels and umbrellas
Seasonal cabanas and beach fireplaces
Food and beverage service on the sand
Beach barbecues and parties

Resort Amenities:

Rooms range from studios to three bedroom suites; many are beachfront
Full-size kitchens
Extended stay options available
Complimentary WiFi
Fitness Center
Tennis Courts
Par-3 golf course
Heated pool
Summer kids’ club for ages 3 – 10 and tween club for ages 10 -13
Water sports available from a variety of companies within walking distance
Easy access to The Marine Room and The Shores Restaurant, two of San Diego’s best

Good to Know: This members-only club has 99 rooms that can fit up to 8 people. It books up quickly during the summer but is also incredibly good value in winter. It’s the kind of place that generations return every year for a family holiday. The buildings are a bit dated, but the accommodation interiors have been mostly refreshed. While accommodations are not fancy, they do suit many luxury travelers because they like the special experience and private beach.  It’s one of the best places for a big family beach vacation or an extended holiday in the upscale community of La Jolla.
Reservations: While I do not have exclusive amenities to offer, I book people in here all the time and would be happy to do the same for you with advice about which room to choose, etc.
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La Jolla Shores Hotel

 
Neighborhood: La Jolla
Beach: La Jolla Shores
Why Go: You’d like to base the family in La Jolla (near UCSD) at a San Diego beach hotel that won’t break the bank. La Jolla Shores beach is also one of the best places to learn how to surf, stand-up paddle board or kayak La Jolla’s rare 600-acre underwater ecological reserve. It is very easy to take the kids to the beach for an hour or two, take a break in the room, and return to the beach again in the afternoon. We staycationed at La Jolla Shores Hotel a few years ago and loved it. It is incredibly popular with families.
Beach Amenities:

A flat, sandy beach
Complimentary beach chairs, umbrellas, and towels.
Evening beach barbecues available by reservation (BYO food or order from their beach cookout shopping list for delivery)

Hotel Amenities:

Gorgeous ocean views from The Shores Restaurant and the famous Marine Room restaurant nearby.
It’s an eco-friendly hotel
Tennis lessons on two courts by USPTA pros.
Small fitness center
In-room massages
Kellogg Park playground is next door with swings, slides and a huge grassy area for picnics and games
Heated outdoor swimming pool and wading pool
Courtesy shuttle to nearby attractions including Birch Aquarium.

Good to know: The swimming pool isn’t huge. The awesome shops and restaurants on Avenida de la Playa are a short walk away including Piatti, the Cheese Shop, Surf Diva and more. As the name implies, this hotel is located in the La Jolla Shores area and not in the main Village of La Jolla. It’s much quieter over here, and the beach is miles better. It’s located next door to the La Jolla Beach and Tennis club and while not fancy, it’s fantastic.
Awards: TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence
Reservations:
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L’Auberge Del Mar

 
Neighborhood: Del Mar
Beach: Del Mar (across the street from the hotel)
Why Go: L’Auberge Del Mar is a luxury boutique hotel that is reminiscent of a private, coastal estate. It’s the best option for people who want to stay in the heart of Del Mar where many great restaurants and shops are all within walking distance. It is across the street from the beach but has its own walkway to it. The spa is excellent as well.
Beach Amenities:

A seasonal beach butler that sets up chairs, umbrellas, towels for guests
Beach picnics available for ordering
Beach gear like kids, Frisbees, body boards and sand pails

Hotel Amenities:

121 guest rooms including seven suites ranging from 500–1222 square feet
All rooms have coastal, garden or village views with balconies or patios, in-room coffee service, complimentary newspapers, WiFi, 42″ flat screen TVs, sitting area/desk, iHome stereo systems
Interiors are decorated with a beach casual, upscale chic look by the exclusive Barclay Butera
Some guests rooms have fireplaces
Fitness facility
Full-service, European-style spa
Dogs are welcome
Several excellent onsite dining options, including Kitchen 1540
Beach cruisers available onsite
Two lighted championship tennis courts

Good to Know: The hotel is an excellent option for families but tends to welcome quite a few couples for romantic getaways. The beach is across the street but easy to access.
Awards: AAA Four Diamond Award, #1 Hotel in Southern California (Conde Nast Traveler Reader’s Choice Awards), U.S. News and World Report’s Best Hotels of 2015, 2016
Reservations:
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Beach Terrace Inn

 
Neighborhood: Carlsbad
Beach: Carlsbad
Why Go: This laid-back hotel has been owned by the same family since the 1960s and is the only hotel located directly on the beach in North County. Tucked away at the end of a quiet residential road, they’ve opted to stay a small hotel with big rooms rather than a more prominent hotel with smaller rooms. The property has recently been redesigned with lovely interiors influenced by the beach location. There are not a lot of upcharges here as quite a bit is included in the room rate.
Beach Amenities:

A private beach entrance
Complimentary beach chairs, towels, and umbrellas
Complimentary use of boogie boards and kids toys (buckets, shovels, and sand castle toys)
Fitness pack for beach walks
Complimentary Sunday morning beach yoga

Resort Amenities:

Updated modern-yet-comfortable rooms with 42″ plasma TVs, luxurious linens, complimentary Solar Rain bottled water, in-room coffee
WiFi, newspapers, parking and continental breakfast included in rate
In-room massages and facials using naturally and organically sourced products
Heated pool and whirlpool with ocean views
In-room wet bar and refrigerator
Eco-friendly bath amenities
Pillow menu

Good to Know: I haven’t yet been to this hotel, but I’ve only heard positive feedback. Pay attention to room choice as, for example, the best views are from the rooms labeled Ocean Front (about 80% of inventory) while Cabana Rooms open up to the pool and are not ideal for small children.
Awards: TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence
Reservations:
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Cape Rey Carlsbad, a Hilton Hotel

 
Neighborhood: Carlsbad
Beach: South Carlsbad State Beach
Why go: This is not your average Hilton property. Cape Rey has an upbeat vibe catered to those who are adventurous at heart. It’s wildly popular with families due to its location, friendly staff and long list of activities. The hotel has a modern, California Craftsman‐style design to play off of its oceanfront location (it is across the street from the beach).
Beach Amenities:

Famous South Ponto surf break is across the street
A beach pack available for purchase with an umbrella, two chairs, two towels and bottled water.
Seasonal beach butler service
Surf excursions available for booking though the onsite Director of Adventure (concierge)

Hotel Amenities:

A pretty robust events calendar that even locals take advantage of
Chandler’s restaurant, which serves California cuisine
Some rooms have partial or full ocean views.
Complimentary WiFi
Rooms have 42″ TVs with premium channels, Paul Mitchell bath amenities, Hilton Serenity Beds, microwaves, mini fridges, in-room coffee
Dogs under 25 lbs are welcome
Full-service Ocean Crest Spa
Ocean view pool with jacuzzi and cabanas
Bike rentals
Complimentary shuttle within a 10 mile radius (including to LEGOLAND)
Complimentary morning coffee and tea in the lobby
Fitness center

Good to Know: It is across a busy street from the beach.
Awards: TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence, AAA Four Diamond Award
Reservations:
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Southern California Beach Club
Neighborhood: Oceanside
Beach: Pier View South
Why Go: This is a great oceanfront location in Oceanside that is about a 5-minute walk to Oceanside Pier. Southern California Beach Club is a vacation rental property that is a Grand Pacific Resort (we stayed recently at Grand Pacific Palisades near LEGOLAND) with condos that range in size from studios to two bedrooms.
Condo Amenities:

Every condo has a private patio or balcony
Units have fully-stocked kitchens
WiFi is available
All are non-smoking
Kids’ club
24-hour room service

Good to Know: This is for people who like the comforts of home. It is an older property and does not have air conditioning (it’s not always necessary near the beach anyway).
Awards: TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence
Reservations:
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See also:

Best Family-Friendly San Diego Hotels
Best Mission Beach Hotels
How to Save Money on San Diego Attractions

 
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