Rancho Bernardo Inn San Diego - A Golf and Spa Resort

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17550 Bernardo Oaks Dr, San Diego, CA
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This 297-acre resort is 1 mile from the Bernardo Winery, within 5 miles of 2 shopping plazas, 10 miles from San Diego Wild Animal Park, and 26 miles from downtown San Diego. read more
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Rancho Valencia Resort and Spa

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5921 Valencia Circle, Rancho Santa Fe, CA
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Located 25 miles north of San Diego, this lush tennis resort with full-service spa is tucked into a canyon on 40 acres in exclusive Rancho Santa Fe, adjacent to golf and within 8 miles of the beach. read more
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We spent 4 nights in this marvelous place with 3 and 1/2 years old boy. To our pleasant surprise this resort absolutely exceeded all our expectations. Strategically located just 9 miles from San Diego coastline it offers privacy of your own house, yet there are so many things to do close by. You can visit Sea World, La Jolla and Del Mar. You can swim in 82 degrees swimming pool or relax in hot Jacuzzi under the sky with shining stars. Later, order extraordinary breakfast in your room and have a glass of orange juice squeezed a moment ago with fresh newspaper in the morning. We did not want to go back to Bay Area... This resort is a rear find and by far exceeds 5 star rating. What are you waiting for? Go on and discover this jewel for yourself. Viva Rancho Valencia!
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Jun 27th, 2003
Morgan Run Club and Resort - A Golf and Spa Resort

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5690 Cancha De Golf, Rancho Santa Fe, CA
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Located in the suburbs of San Diego, this resort is 2 miles from the village of Rancho Santa Fe, 3 miles from Del Mar Beach, and 25 miles from the San Diego Zoo. read more
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My son and I were planning on staying at the Gaslamp Hostel. I rarely stay at Hotels any more since I've discovered the wonderful world of hostels, but I normally only stay at hostels when I'm traveling alone. My husband suggested Morgan Run Resort through Hotels.com. The 48 hour turn over price was the same price I would have paid at the hostel. I don't stay at hostels just for the economy though. I like interacting with people from different countries and the whole atmosphere at a hostel is more communal and less commercial. And some of the hostels I stay at are in gorgeous surroundings - Pigeon Point Lighthouse above Santa Cruz or Montara Lighthouse just above Half Moon Bay. My point is this.. I was able to stay at a clean, comfortable resort room for the same price as a hostel and the bonus for me ... the location was absolutely beautiful. It is close enough to Solano Beach where my son and i saw Beats Antique at the Belly -Up Club and the next day we took a lovely drive up to Escondido to see Queen Califia's Magical Circle - a mosaic sculpture garden built by the late Niki de Saint Phalle. Morgan Run's check out time of noon allowed us to leisurely prepare for the day. Oh and there's an espresso machine instead of a coffee maker... honestly I think I would have rather had the coffee. But it was fun to use. Most importantly Morgan Run accommodated us with a ground level room even though I didn't ask for one due to my son's disability. We had a patio outside with a 4' or so strip of lawn... It would have been ideal for our dogs - the resort IS DOG FRIENDLY! Had a good time there! Thanks!
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Jan 1st, 2008