Courtyard by Marriott San Diego Solana Beach/Del Mar
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Heated pool
Photos of Courtyard by Marriott San Diego Solana Beach/Del Mar
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Courtyard by Marriott San Diego Solana Beach/Del Mar
Travel Blogs from Solana Beach
... too. Small world indeed. We thoroughly enjoyed the tour which took us to the 'Old Town' where San Diego started. It is now full of restaurants and Mexican gift shops,an area where several of the old houses have been re-sited as well as the first Jewish Synagogue in San Diego. The Gaslamp quarter with buildings from the early 1900s, to an area called Balboa which was built for an Expo in 1965 and has buildings with about ...
... got both bones and the lion watched her eat. We thought it would be the other way round. The next show was way over the other side so we got the skyride over. It was great. We got amazing views of the park and skyline. We saw the pandas, elephants, big cats, zebras, hippos and much more. We caught a trampoline show which was great and then one if the best parts of the day was the Journey to the Outback show. It was circus acts that Kirsty mainly watched through ...
... There are many more big hotel chains than before I'm sure. The weather was very kind to us in the last couple of days, blue cloudless skies and temperatures of at least 25 degrees C, which enabled us to relax by the pool for a couple of hours before heading out to dinner once more to our favourite restaurants - the gluten free menus now becoming very familiar to me! ...
After having pizza with Neal last night in a very small local joint and there being a trio playing music there (well I say music one song was Puff the magic Dragon!) and then one actually got up & was in Hawaiian dress and started doing a hula dance, I really felt like I was ready for anything the crazies in California could throw at me. Up at 5.30 so Neal could drive us to Solana Beach station to get the 6.43 Surfliner train to LA where we have ...
... completed our day, as it was the first normal-sized meals we had had in a loooonnnnnnggggggg time!
On the third of January, we visited San Diego Safari Park, run by San Diego Zoo. To see the whole park, we opted to do the Tram Safari, which took us around a huge area of the Park in little train. We got some great, scenic views and photographs from the tram, as well as getting up close to some of the rarest African ...