With Southern California's healthy supply of sand and sun properties, Estancia refreshingly breaks this mold. The former family equestrian ranch preserves its heritage with rustic accents, barn themed doors (upscale California horse ranch, not red farm barns) and exposed wooden beams.Price: Expensive
This hotel, though catering to the business set, offers one of the best and most convenient stay and play (workout wise) options in the San Diego area.Price: Moderately Expensive
If you want to be within walking distance of downtown La Jolla's upscale shopping and dining, but need to adhere to a conservative budget, Empress is a great moderately priced alternative to the more expensive Colonial.
On Prospect Avenue in the heart of La Jolla's shopping and dining district, this boutique hotel is perfectly situated for a weekend getaway. La Jolla's hub is hardly urban, but it is in high demand.Price: Expensive
Less than a block away from the Empress Hotel and similarly located off La Jolla's main shopping and entertainment drag of Prospect Avenue, the recently renovated Inn By the Sea is a good representative for this wallet-friendly franchise.Price: Least Expensive