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... free stuff - we stood in line for about half an hour to get a bag of discount vouchers, free yoga passes and gift cards to stores in the area. We had a small spree at H&M before heading home to get ready for our beach day on Coronado Island. The town reminded me of both Whangamata and Devonport and was wonderfully sunny. Every house, even the little and rundown ones were worth at least three million because of their zip code. Dave, Brenda, Olivia and I ...
... in the day when we arrived there and there wasn't many people around. When the kids sat down 2 orangutans came right over, plopped down and just seemed to be staring right at us. It felt like they were watching us instead of the other way around. It was a really neat experience.
Our favourite exhibit was probably the Mom and 10 month old baby panda. They were so much fun to ...
... straight up or down" quest (either we succeed at seeing a baseball game in every major league stadium or we don't). I'll leave it to the reader’s judgment. Have we failed? Over the years I’ve come to suspect that people who say baseball is a metaphor for life have exaggerated the significance of the sport. Holy Smokes! They've been right all this time.
The Padres won by a score of 4 to 3.
... We headed on toward the Naval Base. We saw these poor guys in full fatigues with heavy looking back packs out running on the sand. They looked exhausted. We went on to the State Beach and watched the waves. It was so pretty out there. Lots of families out there in the sand and water.
We then headed to the other end of the island to the Ferry landing. There are about 25 ...
... for dinner. I cant recommend a visit to this zoo enough. Next day we took the coastal road to LA via Newport, Laguna etc - kinda cool. We are staying in a dodgy part of LA near the airport - its so **** but does the job at a cheap price. We unpacked and tidied up the car and packed. Next day we quickly ducked out to buy some shoes but not much else was happening. Packing was a mission - we had to get an extra bag!
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Historical Traveler Reviews HYATT house San Diego/Sorrento Mesa
My husband and I and our three children stayed at the Woodfin last month. The location is great, centrally located between Wild Animal Park, Sea World and Zoo and Legoland. They have all of the directions to the attractions in the lobby, staff is friendly and helpful, and the hotel is clean. We had a two bedroom suite that was very spacious. You could not beat the price of $199/night for a two bedroom suite. We had a full kitchen and two full bedrooms and baths, big living area and a balcony too. Every morning there is a full buffet breakfast with waffle stations, eggs, hashbrown potatoes, bacon, sausage, fruit, bagels, toast, english muffins, pastrys, starbucks coffee, cereal, beverages, and one morning there was an omlet station...yummy! Every morning there was a different variety of meats and eggs, but my son made his very own huge waffle every morning, he had fun doing that and looked forward to it every day. We ate outside in the courtyard but you can sit inside the breakfast room too. They have highchairs for toddlers and the hotel is great for kids. They have cribs that we used and housekeeping was great too. We would definetly recommend this hotel.
It's like having your own apartment. Plenty of space, good cookware, and for such a cheap price. Large bed, large bathroom. Their DVD selection was solid, although I wished we had a DVD player for the bedroom (TV-DVD in living room and TV only in bedroom).
My family (husband & 2 boys--2 & 4 yrs) stayed at the Woodfin for 8 nites, Dec. 8-16, 2004. I researched this hotel thoroughly through Trip Advisor & probably would have picked something else had it not been for the descriptions I read here & elsewhere. The hotel met all our needs & I wasn't disappointed.
Excellent place to spend time. The customer service is very courteous and the stay is extremely comfortable. I have stayed at Woodfin in San Diego for close to two months and I can say that I never had even one complaint. Simply a joy. Their exercise room is not very good, but the suites and service is top class.
We only stayed at the Woodfin for two nights, but we were thoroughly pleased from the minute we checked in. After check-in we were lured to the aromas of the "manager's reception" where they were cooking pasta dishes with the ingredients you choose. It was incredible. As we were looking that over one of the front desk clerks ran after us because we left the front desk before they gave us our container of complimentary delicious cookies! That put a good taste in my mouth. We then got to our room, and were pleasantly surprised at the cleanliness, and at how wonderfully equipped the room is. We had a 1 bedroom suite, and they offer a full kitchen with utensils, pots and pans, dishwasher, garbage disposal(!), microwave and convection oven, and 2 electric burners built into the counter. There is a full size refrigerator, iron and ironing board, and many other ammenities. They even leave a list for you to check off food you need, and you can add to it, and they will shop for you for no extra charge! I think that is great! There was a tv in the living room, and the bedroom, and they offer free HBO. In the am they offer a full buffet breakfast with omelets available. All in all the stay was great, the front desk very helpful, and the rooms impeccably clean. I highly recommend this property, and I hope to be back!
Thoroughly enjoyed our short stay
Our hotel stay was excellent. It is unbelievable value for your money.
The rooms are decorated tastefully, very spacious and clean. The breakfast offers lots of varieties. We usually stay at Residence INN but this hotel just has a lot more to offer. 10 out of 10
We've stayed there twice and enjoyed it both times.
We've stayed here twice in the year 2003 and enjoyed it both times. (In June and in September) We got the basic room through Priceline for $55.00 per night and upgraded to a suite for $20.00 more per night. The complimentary breakfast buffet is just enough to satisfy unless you are a BIG breakfast eater. There are light dinners served Monday through Thursday evening.
I think the hotel is being sold as there was a sign indicating a change of ownership. (Last time we were there)
We would definitely stay there again.
John from Mountain View, CA
Great value for money
The location is not central, however easy enough to reach. Nearby you can find shopping, and its about 5 mi to La Jolla and the beaches. The rooms are huge, compared to other hotel suites. Furniture is very nice and so is the decor. Everything is sparkling clean.
2 TVs per suite, with a VCR. Downstairs you can borrow (for free) VCR's and there is a nice selection. Nice breakfast, no big deal, but does the job. Full size kitchen in the suite with everything you need all in good condition, all very clean. Staff very helpful and friendly. I would definitly come back again. My only comment is that the pool is not indoor but there are only a few hotels in SD with a heated indoor pool.
I stayed here with my family on a trip to Southern Cal. We were surprised at the amount of ammenities which were offered at such an excellent rate.
There is a wonderful, huge, full breakfast, nice sized video selection, and a relaxing recreation area (all at no extra charge.)
To say that the rooms are spacious and comfortable is an enormous understatement. With full kitchen, roomy comfortable tubs, large living area with TV, well appointed bedroom with another TV and large double doors to seperate the areas; I was ready to move in!
Highly recommended and I will definitely be back.
I was very pleased with our stay at this hotel. I was nervous because I had never heard of this chain before. I could not have been happier with everything.