5 Star Luxury Resort with World Class Dining, Spa and Golf
Deals Available on 3 or More Night Stays
With its post-and-beam construction, expansive spaces, respect for the natural landscape and integration of indoor/outdoor living, The Lodge at Torrey Pines® pays homage to the California Craftsman style of architecture of the early 1900s. The Craftsman style was an offshoot of the Arts & Crafts Movement, itself a response to the Victorian excesses of ornamentation and patterns, which emphasized clean lines, open spaces and rough hewn materials.
The Lodge is modeled after the Gamble and Blacker houses in Pasadena, California, two of the best examples of early 1900s Craftsman-style architecture by Greene & Greene. Arriving guests are greeted at The Lodge's grand porte-coch?re by doormen attired in kilted Scottish dress. Inside are 169 guest rooms including 8 suites, more than 13,000 square feet of indoor meeting and banquet space, a 9,500 square-foot full-service spa and two restaurants, including A.R. Valentien which serves contemporary California cuisine, and expansive public rooms with fireplaces, large mantelpieces, overstuffed couches, comfortable leather chairs and amazing views of the Torrey Pines Golf Course and the Pacific Ocean beyond. Behind The Lodge is a heated pool with relaxing poolside cabanas, whirlpool, croquet lawn, and a large terrace with chaise lounges for basking in the Southern California sun.
Designed with the look and feel of a residence, The Lodge at Torrey Pines® authentically reflects the California Craftsman style of architecture, featuring a natural color palette, graceful wing-like rooflines, shingle and sandstone-bluff exteriors, clinker-brick masonry, rich Jatoba woodwork and natural stone surfaces. The Lodge's design complements the pristine beauty of the area's pines and sandstone formations, with beam details that echo the windswept Torrey Pines themselves. World-renowned Craftsman expert Randell L. Makinson of Pasadena's Gamble House Trust supervised the resort's design team to ensure the authenticity of The Lodge's Craftsman style.
The Lodge at Torrey Pines is dedicated to environmental preservation in the following ways: recycling program for glass, paper, cardboard, plastic, metal, newspaper, and batteries; energy conservation retrofit in 2008; native plant landscaping; use of reclaimed water for irrigation; 90% pesticide free landscape; use of underground drip irrigation; many spa products are in recycled plastic, paraben-free or organic packaging; use of organic and local foods; wines are all California vineyards; biodegradable products are used for
outdoor events; reuse of shipping supplies and packing
peanuts; takeout boxes are recycled content; 100% saline swimming pool eliminates the need for chlorine chemicals; and, dry cleaning service uses eco-friendly
- Beauty Salon
- Bell Staff
- Business Center
- Cable/Satellite Television with Premium Channels
- City Center Location
- Courtesy Car
- Driving Range
- Dry Cleaning/Valet Laundry
- Eco-Friendly Property
- Express Check In/Out
- Fitness Center
- Front Desk Open 24 Hours
- Golf Course On-Site
- Golf/Pro Shop
- Ice Machine
- In-Room Coffee Makers
- In-Room Fireplaces (Some Rooms)
- In-Room Mini Bars
- Jacuzzi/Hot Tub
- Laptop size Safe
- Meeting Facilities
- Ocean View Rooms (some)
- Pool (Outdoor Heated)
- Poolside Cabanas
- Rollaway Beds (Based on Availability)
- Room Service (Available 24 Hours)
- Safety Deposit Boxes
- Suites Available
- Valet Parking
- Wi-Fi (Complimentary)
The Lodge's signature restaurant, A.R. Valentien, voted as "Best New Restaurant" by Esquire Magazine, takes its name from a talented early-1900's California artist whose works in ceramics, watercolors and oils are now valued collectors items. A.R. Valentien features fresh regional cuisine by the award winning chef Jeff Jackson, and is served in an elegant, timbered room overlooking the 18th hole of the Torrey Pines Golf Course. The restaurant's decor also includes an exhibit of original Valentien artwork.
The Grill & Bar
The Grill offers a casual and convenient dining experience located adjacent to the practice putting greens and starters club house of the Torrey Pines Golf Course. Whether dining inside or on the patio, you will find a complete menu of your favorite foods and beverages. The Bar is the ideal gathering place to end a perfect day on the course with friends and associates.
Recreation & More
Only one retreat can be this close to a world-famous botanical reserve, and just steps from the legendary championship golf course known to all as Torrey Pines. Located along the 18th fairway, The Lodge at Torrey Pines blends sensitively with the landscape through its use of natural materials and graceful, sheltering forms. Hotel guests can take advantage of a guaranteed tee time program exclusive to The Lodge.
Located beside a historic world-renowned nature preserve and its forest of rare pine trees, The Spa at Torrey Pines celebrates La Jolla's coastal freshness of sea, land, and air. Signature treatments themed around the natural timelessness and purity of the ocean and seacoast, and coastal botanical marine-based extracts all have their place in a spa menu that includes a complete line of restorative treatments.
Meetings & Banquets
Set the mood for your meetings - large or small, intimate or open, quiet or festive - in our flexible series of elegant spaces. Meeting facilities at The Lodge total over 13,000 square feet, with complimentary high-speed wireless internet access, and can be configured for regal dinners, high-tech presentations (expert in-house media services available), casual hard-working seminars and more. Views of the golf course available.
- Check-in Time: 3:00 PM
- Check-out Time: 12:00 PM
- Parking: $25.00 per day
- Valet Parking: $30.00 per day
- Pet Policy: No pets allowed