Southern charm, luxury, and holistic wellness encompass every amenity and accommodation offered at this 4-star luxury resort and spa
Hotel at a Glance: The Inn at Rancho Santa Fe
The Inn at Rancho Santa Fe is a rustic boutique resort that’s perched atop the hills overlooking San Diego since 1923. The Inn offers 80 guestrooms, a signature restaurant, whiskey bar and wellness spa tucked around 21 acres of gardened landscape. It is a destination for comfort, camaraderie, relaxation and romance in the heart of Southern California’s horse country.
- Holistic Wellness Spa: Native and raw ingredients are infused in every treatment and service provided at the resort’s 3,000 square foot luxury spa, where guests can indulge in a soothing massage or facial, or meditate during on-site yoga.
- Coastal Ranch Cuisine A seasonal menu of California-inspired comfort food is served amidst the picturesque gardens and landscapes surrounding the resort.
- Whiskey Bar: Guests can enjoy samples and full pours from a carefully curated menu of small-batch whiskeys, barrel-aged cocktails, and box-smoked libations.
- Spacious guest rooms encompass the southern sophistication of the area, with wood-burning fireplaces, private patios, and rustic, modern décor.
- Bask in the sun while lounging and relaxing at the resort’s outdoor pool.
San Diego, California: Electric Nightlife and Historical Attractions
San Diego’s sunny, comfortably warm weather and 70 miles of coastline have long attracted out-of-towners, but the city’s inland scene is no slouch, either. The Gaslamp Quarter is arguably the trendiest listing on the National Register of Historic Places. The area forms both the historic center of town and a hub of nightlife, with nearly 100 Victorian-era buildings occupied by high-end boutiques and gourmet restaurants.
A stroll through iconic Balboa Park takes you past 17 museums, as well as the world-famous San Diego Zoo. There’s also the vibrant Spanish Village Art Center, a living gallery where local artists produce pottery and oil paintings. In Old Town, shops in Mission-style stucco buildings sell colorful woven baskets and maracas. Nearby stands the Whaley House Museum, dubbed one of the Most Terrifying Places in America by the Travel Channel. Ghosts of former residents are said to inhabit the rooms, which are filled with Victorian furniture and eerie dolls.