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Great Deal at Estancia La Jolla Hotel

May 16, 2013 | By | Reply More

Estancia La Jolla Hotel is a stone’s throw from two of the six gardens on the 2013 Secret Garden Tour.

Estancia La Jolla Hotel & Spa created a great lodging package for guests attending the Secret Garden Tour of La Jolla on May 18 and has now extended that deal to include friends and supporters of the La Jolla Historical Society and other spring visitors to La Jolla. The discounted rate is valid through Wednesday, May 22.

The Bountiful Botanicals Package includes a daily $25 breakfast credit which can be used in Adobe El Restaurante or for in-room dining, as well as a one-time $25 Spa credit for the newly redesigned Spa at Estancia. The spa credit can be used on any treatment of 50 minutes or more.

The rate for two adults is from $229 per night plus taxes and fees. Standard $17 hospitality services and parking fees apply. To make reservations, click here  and make sure to use Promo code LJHBBP.

Estancia La Jolla Hotel & Spa is located on North Torrey Pines Road, just a stone’s throw from two of the six gardens on the Secret Garden Tour of La Jolla. The AAA Four-Diamond property includes 210 elegantly appointed rooms and suites, beautiful landscaping that sprawls over 10 acres, and a heated saltwater pool.

Cabanas surround the heated saltwater pool at Estancia Hotel La Jolla.

Because there are so many fun things to do in La Jolla, Estancia La Jolla Hotel is extending the rate for the Bountiful Botanicals Package through Wednesday, May 22.

That will give you a chance to take a hike in nearby Torrey Pines State Park and be spellbound by hang gliders and paragliders taking off and landing at Torrey Pines Gliderport.


Hikers in Torrey Pines State Park, near Estancia Hotel La Jolla, enjoy great ocean views.

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