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3007 Dehesa Road, El Cajon, CA 92019
This spa resort is located in El Cajon (El Cajon - La Mesa), close to Steele Canyon Golf Club. Area attractions also include Boomers El Cajon. read more
This hotel is truly a golfer's paradise. From our room, we could walk out the back door to the patio and 30 feet away was a huge putting green. 60 feet from the front door was a chipping/sand-trap practice area. They have 3 golf courses; 2 full sized and a 18-hole par 3 course. The golf courses are beautiful, and the green fees are reasonable especially for twilight rates (3pm or later). Any other course this nice would have charged more than twice as much to play. The rooms are nice and include TV, bed(s), table and chairs, large bathroom/closet, shower, and a back patio with chairs and a table. The beds were the most comfortable beds I have ever slept in, extremely soft. The room also has its own air conditioning for your desired temperature. The casino on the resort is small, but still very nice. It is located about 2 miles away, but you can call the front desk for a free tram to pick you up at your room and take you to the casino 24/7. The staff was very friendly and helpful. While we were walking the grounds we had multiple employees ask us if we would like a golf-cart ride to our destination. The resort has multiple pools which are kept at the perfect temperature, and spas which are always hot. We only had e chance to eat at one of the 7 restaurants at the resort, but it was very good and fairly priced. The best part is if there are people who don't care for golf you're just 15-20 minutes away from everything that downtown San Diego has to offer. We are planning another trip here soon and will be staying here a lot in the future. We are so glad we found this place.
Aug 9th, 2004