Skip the triple-digit temperatures and head West to San Diego, where a lineup of stunning resorts await your arrival.
The first of Montage’s design-centric hotels, Pendry San Diego can be found in the Gaslamp Quarter with homey, yet modern and traditional decor. The chic rooftop pool offers the best views of the historic area and six restaurants and bars offer tasty chef creations in drool-worthy spaces. Don’t miss the best part of the hotel, the Moet & Chandon Champagne Vending Machine.
While it may feel like a grand Mediterranean estate, this SoCal escape is in a coastal canyon just five miles from the beach. Surrounded by the Los Peñasquitos Canyon Preserve and the Tom Fazio-designed course at The Grand Golf Club, the views here are more green than blue. Dine at one of the six elegant dining venues including the Five-Star and Five-Diamond signature restaurant, Addison.
In the heart of Downtown San Diego in the up-and-coming East Village, Kimpton Solamar is everything you’d want in an urban escape. A rooftop pool, bar and terrace is a cosmopolitan outlet for day and night, while Jsix is a modern American restaurant with an open kitchen. Its location, however just might be the best amenity. Take a few steps to reach Petco Park, the Gaslamp Quarter and more than 100 dining and entertainment venues.
Clean lines and contemporary style make up this boutique Pacific Beach hotel that’s named for the lifeguard tower 23 nearby. Just steps from the beach and surrounding attractions, the lifestyle hotel has refreshing blue and white decor to mimic its coastal surroundings. Top off the day with California cuisine and fresh sushi at the upbeat JRDN restaurant.
It may have grabbed attention by appearing in the Marilyn Monroe film Some Like It Hot, but “The Del” still stands as a San Diego icon today. Its notable red turrets and beachfront location keep people coming back again and again. Celebrate the hotel’s 130th birthday this year by visiting for some of its summer fun like beach parties, clambakes and more.
Located on Mission Bay with 462 California bungalow-style guest rooms, Paradise Point Resort & Spa is currently rolling out renovations and enhancements all year long. Opened in 1962 by Hollywood movie producer Jack Skirball, the hotel today sits next door to Sea World and is just a short drive from the San Diego Zoo. The coastal-themed island resort is ideal for families with plenty of amenities and activities to go around.
Recently expanded, Kona Kai has just introduced 41 new suites to its Shelter Island resort. Find hand-hewn wooden ceiling beams, spa-inspired bathrooms, rainfall showers and more. The hotel has also added a new adults-only Paloma Pool and Bar complete with ocean and marina views plus cabanas and loungers for relaxing.
Tucked into the seaside community of Carlsbad and overlooking the Batiquitos Lagoon, Park Hyatt Aviara is brimming with opulent glamour. Its quiet surroundings, 3,200-square-foot pool complex and Arnold Palmer golf course make for a luxuriously relaxing getaway.
For somewhere you never have to leave, bring the whole family to Omni La Costa Resort & Spa where you’ll find 600 rooms, eight swimming pools, two championship golf courses, an Athletic Club, a spa, a kid’s club and more. The Carlsbad resort is also home to the Chopra Center for Wellbeing, a place to experience spiritual awakening to renew your mind and body.
Home to the stunning Torrey Pines Golf Course, this La Jolla hotel is decked out in Craftsman charm. Rich woods and dark decor lend to its classically elegant vibe. Curl up in one of their homey suiteswith views of the golf course or warm up by the lobby fireplace. Unwind at the spa or explore the popular Torrey Pines State Natural Preserve.