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March 17, 2005
We arrived a day later than our booked check-in, and when we called ahead to inform the reception about this, it was no problem, and our apartment was ready for us as soon as we arrived. We had a great two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit (we booked last-minute, so we were lucky this became available) and with a great kitchen with all the facilities a person could need when on holiday (the dishwasher was particularly useful). Over the entire length of the apartment we had balconies, great to relax on in the evenings. We weren’t bothered with any sales pitch; there was a lady in the lobby who you could approach if interested in resale or sales, but no hassle if you weren’t interested--they would not bother you. Resort Experience:Our stay at the resort was part of our last days in the U.S.A. We had driven from Phoenix to San Diego, with stopovers at the Canyons, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles, and meant to relax and do a last bit of sightseeing in San Diego. Our arrival was in early October, and even the weather was kind to us--the sun showed itself a lot of times. We were able to see all the sights and spend time around the pool to relax, just as we had wanted to, so our holiday was a success.
From journal Winners Circle Beach & Tennis Resort
February 12, 2003
Everything was breaking. The spa in lobby had no available appointments the entire time we stayed -- I was VERY disappointed. Some staff had attitude problems and were not helpful. Overall, I was upset that I traded my very nice timeshare for this old, smelly place.
Oh yes, my kids were bored to tears also -- nothing much to do other than one pool table and a swimming pool -- they have been spoiled by game rooms, bikes to use and games to check out where we have stayed before.
From journal Not the Best Time in San Diego
March 13, 2004
From journal Week in California
August 5, 2003
Isn't a lot to do if you have children. I brought my 14-year-old daughter and 11-year-old niece. They played ping pong and swam. That was the extent of the activities. Because Solana Beach is so close to the beach (less than a mile), we spent a lot of time checking the different beaches out. Solana Beach is a nice surfer town. They have Cedros District which has funky, different galleries, shops, and restaurants. Nearby is Del Mar, Carlsbad and La Jolla. Solana Beach is about 20-30 minutes from San Diego.
From journal Solana Beach, California
November 12, 2004
From journal Solana Beach
by William M. H.
July 10, 2002
From journal Bill & Marva's vacations
by Robin Ward
August 24, 2004
From journal Week on the Go