Welk Resort San Diego

Address: 8860 Lawrence Welk Drive, Escondido, California, 92026, United States | 3 star resort
 
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This 3 star resort, located on 8860 Lawrence Welk Drive, Escondido, is near Lawrence Welk Theater, Twin Oaks Golf Club, Castle Creek Country Club, and Belle Marie Winery.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Welk Resort San Diego Escondido

      What a beautiful resort villa we had! Super location!

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      We just returned to Ohio after spending one week at the Lawrence Welk Resort Villas. The villa was wonderful and spotless! We enjoyed doing things in San Diego such as Old Town, the Midway (a large air carrier), Padres baseball game at the new Petco ballpark, and Point Loma National Monument. We also spent one day in Palm Springs which is only ninety minutes away. My husband enjoyed the golf course and we all enjoyed the pool, restaurant and dinner theatre, and the shops. This was a wonderful vacation and we will return there next January.

      Good resort

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      stayed at welk resort on exchange feb 5th 2005 till 19th found resort to be very good.room we had was spotless and well maintained.lot of building work being done but did not affect our stay.Katrina the concierge was really helpfull nothing was to much trouble.If you like golf two small courses ,our stay was hampered by bad weather[i thought it never rained in southern california]the only thing that really spoilt it for us was how far out the resort was from resteraunts and shops all 20 minute drive it was a bit of a pain as we ate out every night

      Our family loves this resort

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      Regarding the negative review - the unfortunate family must have visited the premises before the hotel was torn down (prior to June 2004) to make room for brand new suites. Our children love the pools, recreation centres, tennis courts etc. We have only ever stayed in the villas, and they have full kitchens and a washer and dryer. Parking is adequate, although you can not always park immediately in front of your suite.

      What a wonderful Vacation

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      What a wonderful place to take the kids. Even though the resort is located in north San Diego County, the on site amenities were fantastic. If it wasn't for promising to take the kids to the zoo and Sea World, we would have never had to leave the resort. They had a water slide, kids play area, game rooms, and lots of pools. My husband loved the golf course and I insisted we go to the theatre on site. It was a surprisingly professional production of Bye Bye Birdie. They had shops, restaurants and beautiful open grounds to stroll through or fish in the small lake.

      All I can say is WOW! I'm ready to make my reservation for next year.

      A great place for Family Reunions

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      In response to the person that stayed in the Hotel... My family and I were planning to stay in the hotel; also, however when we called they said they tore down the hotel so the reservations agent asked if we would like to try staying in their 1 or 2 bedroom villas for our family reunion. They gave us a reasonable rate since we were renting more than one unit. We were so happy because instead of having everyone gathers in one hotel room with 2 Queen beds and a Bathroom. We now had 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom 2 bathroom condos to entertain in with Kitchens and Living rooms and you know how families like to gather around in one hotel room Hence, the villas were perfect due to the fact of their enormous size. I am grateful they talked us into staying in the villas it definitely beats the hotel room any day!

      Lots to enjoy

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      We spent a week here from 9/26 to 2/10.

      Other than the extremely rude and unhelpful woman working at reception, we found the level of accomodation and the facilities offered of a very high standard.

      You need to be careful where you are situated. We had a older unit with a great view of the freeway and the traffic continues 24 hours a day. However the newer units are fantastic and away from the noise. Keep the doors and windows shut and the noise is mostly kept out.

      The travel desk was very helpful and a 1.5hr sales pitch secured us 2 free adult tickets to Legoland.

      If you want rest and relaxation you can definitely get it here. Lots of swimming pools (a slightly over rated waterslide), tennis courts, child minding facilities and golf. All the facilities are well maintained.

      Having a car is highly recommended as the trip to San Diego attractions eg Zoo and Seaworld is about an hour drive, Legoland about half an hour and wild animal park about 20 minutes. Anaheim is about an hour and a half away.

      Internet access is available in the units, but costs $10 a day or $40 per week.

      This is not a geriatric village! The mix of guests appears to be changing and there were lots of kids for my 8 and 3 year olds to play with.

      Overall we enjoyed the facilities and the location.

      We Love the Welk Resort!

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      Our family spent a week at the Welk Resort and had an excellent family vacation! The villas were very spacious and the full kitchens made it so convenient for us. There were so many things for the kids to do at the resort and the golfing was great for us too.

      The location was great for us to visit family and friends in both San Diego and Los Angeles. We were also able to visit the Wild Animal Park. The only bad thing was that one week was too short.

      We can't wait to go back again next year!

      Its great At the Welks's

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      We just returned from a weekend at the Welk Resort in Escondido. We stayed at other resorts around the San diego area and so far this resort has been the best . The villas are beautiful! very spacious and cozzy The resort grounds are well maintained. Personnel were very attentive to our needs .The new water park is a great for the kids if you have any or just for your self . You won't be disappointed. The only regrets we have is that we did not stay longer.

      Spectacular Resort!

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      We just returned from a week at the Welk Resort in Escondido. We have stayed at many resorts around the world, and this is clearly one of the best! The units are breathtaking! The resort grounds are spacious and exceptionally well maintained. Personnel were top-notch. You won't be disappointed!

      Not worth the money

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      The staff at the welk resort are friendly and try hard, but they are trying to make a silk purse out of the proverbial sow's ear. The building Welk uses as the "hotel" has seen better days. The rooms are sparsely furnished, the plumbing is badly in need of updating, and the towels are the thinest I have ever seen. There is an on site laundry, but the "hotel" guests are not allowed to use it. the parking is completely inadequate. By inadequate I mean less than 25 convenient spaces for nearly 50 units. You can get a better room at your average Motel 6 for one third of the price.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Welk Resort San Diego Escondido

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

      Travel Blogs from Escondido

      The endless list

      A travel blog entry by kwdestinations on Nov 07, 2013

      ... off laundry, phone calls, emails, reconfirming the small things for the trip and finally hit the pillow with thoughs to how we were going to shake our world in 24 hours. There is still a whirlwind of projects to be completed in a very short periord of time. I can hardly wait to sit in 38 H & J (economy class) for 14 hours LAX to Shanghai, our first ...

      Shamu, sun and surprisingly soaking rapids

      A travel blog entry by callumsianknapp on Jun 25, 2013

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... to watch when we get back (cementing the reason for the purchase!) I understand that captivity is unnatural, but Christ these mammals are talented! And who doesn't love to see a dolphin wave?! Our final hurrah in Sea World before going home was the Shipwreck Rapids. We got wet. Wait, we got soaked. We shared the raft with an American couple and their young son. We all giggled as we looked at him looking liked a drowned rat after ...

      Wild Animals....

      A travel blog entry by beadledove on May 09, 2013

      13 photos

      ... the name of the bird clearly for me. His favorite bird was the male chicken or “cock”, repeating it several times. I asked him, “Have you ever seen a cock?“ Then realized that if the other adults in the room had heard me I may have been expelled from the household as a pedophile. I quickly moved the screen to a bird with a name less prone to misinterpretation. Owl anyone?

      Keely made a wonderful chicken pesto pasta dinner, ...

      Splish Splash!

      A travel blog entry by allenfam on Oct 05, 2012

      10 photos

      ... starring cats and dogs, pigs, ducks, emus and kangaroos, and some other animals that I can't remember.... Not exactly what you'd expect at SeaWorld, but it was an entertaining show. The things they got cats (many rescued from animal shelters) to do were phenomenal! Climbing ropes, walking tightropes, opening doors... pretty cool stuff. SeaWorld has a good Arctic exhibit, and we saw some beautiful beluga whales, a regal polar bear, and a gargantuan walrus ...

      Final Details

      A travel blog entry by mother.ship on May 13, 2012

      1 comment

      ... I have another VW Van. Of course it has way more power, heated seats, etc. The feeling is pretty much the same for me though... FREEDOM!

      In 4 days I'll pull a couple of my kids out of school to go meander around the southwest for a couple of weeks. I anticipate that we will "camp" for about half of the nights. We have a loose route marked out with some must-sees, but, I am fighting my need to over plan so that we can really go where the wind blows.
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