Our staff knows just where to go!
Getting off the beaten path and discovering hidden gems is one of the wonders of travel. But how do you find those special places? Ask a local. Hotel La Jolla helps you make the most of your La Jolla stay by sharing our staff's favorite picks and insider tips.
We asked our intrepid staff: If you had only two days in La Jolla, what would you do? Take a peek, have some fun and Live Like a Local.
Chef Donald Lockhart
Going to Coronado Brewery is one of my favorite things to do. This city has so many well-known brew houses, but Coronado just opened another new, huge location.
For a good cocktail, I would recommend Craft and Commerce. Really unique layout and in a fun area in Little Italy.
Front Desk Lead
Sigi's Boutique for great all around designer fashion and accessories. They have savvy clothing that every lady loves to have in their closet.
Fleur De Lis, a small boutique shop with fresh and chic women's fashion. They have the perfect collection of coastal apparel.
Catering & Events Manager
Make sure you get your kayaking in from the Shores but also enter the “Cave Store” and take a walk down under the cliffs to the caves that lead to the La Jolla Cove Marine Preserve.
Head to Torrey Pines for beautiful scenery and a great hike… nature and wellness, what beats that!?!
Guest Service Agent
San Diego looks even better when you are floating in hot air balloons. You will appreciate the beauty of the city from a different perspective.
Torrey Pines Gliderport is the place to visit. It is a world-class aviation facility designed to support all kinds of free flight.
One of a kind
Belmont Park’s roller coaster is world famous. But if you’re not into thrills, you can enjoy the new wave-generation pool
Balboa Park a great place to visit!! This wonderful park contains variety of cultural attractions including restaurants, museums and gardens.
For more information about any of these suggestions and additional favorites, contact Hotel La Jolla's Guest Service team at (858) 459-0261
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