Beyond the Golden Triangle locale (where upscale shopping, fine dining and high-rolling business is the norm), our guests say this hotel scores with stellar service and artistic decor. A 15-story, non-smoking hotel of 372 rooms and suites, San Diego Marriott La Jolla hotel is the essence of sophisticated style meeting chilled-out Southern California ease. Every room (including some with wrap-around balconies) offers high-speed internet (for an additional daily fee) and that sweet Marriott signature bedding guests wish they had at home. Amenities include a top-of-the-line an outdoor pool, fitness facility, a business center and two on-site restaurants, plus a lobby lounge and a Starbucks cafe/marketplace. Pets are more than welcome (a non-refundable fee applies), and there's on-site valet and self-parking (for a nightly rate). The hotel is located in the triangle's sweet spot for shoppers and foodies: University Towne Centre (UTC), conveniently connected to the UTC mall by skywalk. Better yet, see what La Jolla Shores (just a 10-minute ride) has in store in the way of waves, boutiques, galleries and bistros. Or explore the beautiful UCSD campus (just a five-minute ride) or Torrey Pines State Park (about an eight-minute drive). The hotel is close (but not too close) to I-5, so in less than five minutes, you can be flying to San Diego International Airport (15 miles south) or other points of interest. our guests praise the "very cozy" Marriott La Jolla for its "comfortable" beds, its "friendly staff" and its "good location."
Dogs up to 50 pounds are allowed. There is a $75 one time pet fee.
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