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San Diego Vacation Packages
San Diego Vacation Packages
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Featured hotels in San Diego
Hilton San Diego Resort
Hilton San Diego Resort
The Hilton San Diego Resort is just six miles from the San Diego International Airport, and right on San Diego's famous Mission Bay.
3 stars
Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa and Marina
Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa and Marina
A stunning transformation brings the epitome of California coastal chic to our San Diego hotel, with incredible ocean views, waterfront dining, a contemporary poolside lounge, an eco-friendly spa, and redesigned guest rooms and meeting rooms.
4 stars
Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Circle San Diego
Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Circle San Diego
Discover the reinvented Doubletree Club Hotel San Diego which offers an enhanced guest experience that features brand new, contemporary guest rooms, refreshed restaurant and bar, state-of-the-art fitness center, lobby area and meeting space.
3 stars
Courtyard San Diego Mission Valley
Courtyard San Diego Mission Valley
The newest Courtyard by Marriott San Diego Mission Valley/Hotel Circle in San Diego, features the latest, contemporary Courtyard hotel design and amenities.
no stars
Sheraton San Diego Hotel and Marina, San Diego Bay
Sheraton San Diego Hotel and Marina, San Diego Bay
Waterfront - Nestled at the water's edge on spectacular San Diego Bay, the Sheraton San Diego Hotel and Marina offers panoramic views of the bay and the downtown city skyline.
3 stars
Coronado Island Marriott Resort and Spa
Coronado Island Marriott Resort and Spa
Just across the bay from downtown San Diego, Coronado Island Marriott Resort & Spa offers a comfortable atmosphere to restore balance in life.
5 stars
What to do in San Diego
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Fit to a 'Tee'
With more than 90 courses located throughout San Diego, golf pros and not-so pros can find a course that suits their type and budget. Named "One of the Top 50 Golf Destinations in the World" by Golf Digest, San Diego offers stunning golf courses that range from seaside settings to desert mountains to inland valleys. Several of these courses have been designed by leading golf course architects including Tom Fazio, Johnny Miller, Alister Mackenzie, Pete Dye, Ted Robinson, Robert Trent Jones, and more.
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Natural Beauty
If you're looking to commune with nature, Torrey Pines is the place to go. There's Torrey Pine State Beach, a three mile beach with a north section, offering traditional activities for traditional beach bums - like swimming, and a southern section, offering non-traditional activities for non-traditional beach goers - like swimming "au naturel". At Torrey pines State Park, a 1750-acre reserve dedicated to preserving its namesake, the Torrey Pine tree (which grows only there) and other indigenous wildlife in its native environment you'll find pine forests, sandstone canyons and a challenging network of dirt hiking trails on the bluffs overlooking the sea. Phone: (858) 755-2063
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Spa-bulous
Voted #2 "Destination Spa in the World" by Travel + Leisure Magazine, Cal-A-Vie is the ultimate luxury resort spa. Nestled away on 200 private acres, this beautiful sanctuary for 24 guests offers 3, 4 and 7 night spa vacation packages that include gourmet spa cuisine, fitness classes, hiking, beauty and spa treatments, lectures on health and nutrition, accommodations, and even workout clothes so you won't have to stress over packing. Here, it's all about you: with a 4 to 1 staff to guest ratio you'll get all the pampering and nurturing you need so you can go back home feeling relaxed, refreshed and rejuvenated. Phone: (760) 945-2055

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What to see in San Diego
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Building Bricks
Let your imagination go in Legoland, a colorful paradise featuring life-size animals, replicas of famous places, like Washington, D.C. and numerous other creations like busts of historical figures and pop icons - made entirely out of Lego bricks. This 128-acre theme park has more than 50 rides and attractions like Knights' Tournament, a robo-coaster that lets you choose your own maneuvers and intensities; the Volvo Driving School, where kids drive on real streets and earn their very own driver's license; and Sky Patrol, where kids pilot their own helicopter. Admission starts at $33 for children 3-16. Phone: (760) 918-5346
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Keep Wining
Take a break from all the hustle and bustle of the big city and discover the unspoiled and striking beauty of Temecula Valley Wine Country. Relax with the soothing sights of rolling hills and vineyard vistas of this definite must for both the novice and the experienced wine lover. See the sun shining through the morning mist and experience the micro climate that produces wines of fresh fruit character and true varietal flavor. You'll get to explore the vineyard, enjoy personal wine tasting, breathtaking balloon rides, charming restaurants and places to picnic. Phone: (909) 695-3646
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Under and Over the Sea
SeaWorld San Diego lets you connect with the wonder of the sea. This year you can soar, dive and twist like a ray on Manta SeaWorld's first multi-media double-launch coaster. Or surround yourself with gliding rays in a one-of-a-kind grotto. Connect with the sea through up-close animal encounters with Sea Lions, dolphins, and polar bears. Dive into the exhilaration of the sea in the awe-inspiring Shamu show One Ocean, a multisensory celebration that entertains, educates and inspires. Then race, ride, explore and play at the interactive attraction Turtle Reef where you'll experience the amazing world of the sea turtle.

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What to eat in San Diego
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Haute Cuisine
With its hip, chic atmosphere and daring kitchen inventions, Chive, is a culinary adventure with a fashionable twist. Their martini is garnished with Gorgonzola-stuffed olives, and the mojito adds a splash of ginger. Featuring chives in all their dishes including desserts, this eclectic and creative restaurant changes their menu every 6 to 8 weeks, but you can expect to savor great bar food like duck nachos and feta fries and delectable dishes like the Hawaiian sunfish, served atop baby bok choy and flaky wild mushroom rolls and coffee-glazed boneless short ribs with Chinese long beans and buttermilk onion rings. Reservations recommended. Phone: (619) 232-4483
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Room with an Ocean View
A tradition of sophisticated dining, The Marine Room has made a splash for more than half a century. It has been voted "Most Romantic" over six times in less than a decade, and received The People's Choice Award numerous times. With its exhilarating ocean views, The Marine Room is truly right by the sea: during high tide, the waves crash against the dining room's glass windows! Award-winning chef Bernard Guillas, creates bold and imaginative seafood, lamb and poultry dishes, a sinful Kona Kahlua creme brulee and an exquisite Sunday brunch you won't want to 'wave' goodbye to. Live entertainment and dancing are featured Monday through Saturday. Phone: (858) 459-7222
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Sheers!
With its huge outdoor terraces and giant fireplaces, Sheerwater offers one of the finest oceanfront dining venues in the West Coast. Located in the historic Hotel Del Coronado, this fascinating restaurant features signature dishes like the grilled flank steak salad and the lobster pine nut ravioli and even a special children's menu with original takes on traditional childhood favorites. There's a wide selection of California wines and even a signature margarita. Sheerwater serves breakfast, lunch, cocktails, tapas and dinner daily from 7:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. Phone: (619) 522-8490

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