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Our Players Assistants (aka The Golf Squad) are here to help make your round a memorable one. From reading greens to shooting yardages, our unique program helps players of all abilities navigate our championship courses and have a great time.
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Join us for our upcoming Land to Linen dining event this Thursday, April 3rd. We'll feature a fresh and locally inspired menu, as well as a bit of education on understanding what goes into the food that goes on your plate. See you there!
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Happy almost Thanksgiving! Here's a video from Executive Chef Marc Therrien showing us how to carve a turkey. Enjoy! http://bit.ly/182LTeZ
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This Maid of Honor speech given right here at Omni La Costa Resort & Spa seems to be going viral! Do you agree that it's among the best speeches ever given?
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Very cute and original!
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Get FREE Golf & Spa Credits when you book the La Costa Experience Package. Lowest rate guaranteed! http://bit.ly/12T8rgj #sandiego  #summer #vacation
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Hey +La costa resort and spa do you have any staycation packages?  We live in LC and looking to come stay overnight in a few weeks.
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With 8 pools here on property, we have a pool and a mood for everyone.
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It's Master's week, and we're so excited for the tournament! La Costa is a favorite destination of 3x Master's Champion Gary Player. Here he is demonstrating a couple short game tips on the practice green.
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Happy National Honey Month! Enjoy this sweet recipe for honey sauce from BlueFire Grill chef, Greg Frey, Jr. http://bit.ly/1a4rjNT

#honey #recipe #NationalHoneyMonth #LaCostaResort #OmniHotels
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In just a few short hours, that stage will be home to Jazz greats including: #CharlieWilson, #Ledisi, #Kem, #BrianMcKnight, #BrianCulbertson, #WillDowning. #SanDiegoJazzFest at #LaCostaResort  
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#CelebrityChampionship hosted by +marshall faulk kicks off today. And here he is ready to tee off as we speak. Do you think he'll win it all? http://www.celebritychampionship.com/

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2100 Costa Del Mar Rd Carlsbad, CA 92009
2100 Costa Del Mar RdUSCACarlsbad92009
(760) 438-9111lacosta.com
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Jon Marshall
reviewed a month ago
Beautiful place (to drain your bank account)! Everything is expensive but it's sure worth it, especially for a special occasion. Hotel: Room choices vary of course but both rooms that I've stayed in were very nice and well maintained. However, the CD player on the last visit took a vow of silence in our presence. Dining: Bluefire is a nice option with a delicious antioxidant mojito and arugula salad. I wasn't wowed by the mac/cheese side or filet mignon but asparagus and chicken pasta were good. Pricey as expected. Sunday brunch should be skipped since it's akin to run of the mill business hotel hot breakfasts but instead of free will run you $23 if I remember correctly. Head for the breakfast spot at the corner of La Costa and El Camino Real instead but prepare for a wait (any day, not just Sun) Spa: WIN! Great options in the non coed areas (sauna, steam room, hot tub, cold plunge) with a perfectly tranquil relaxation room (in the private area and common area). Outside are immaculate gardens, the spa cafe, a meditation walking path, pool, hot tub and the fantastic Roman baths. It's a very peaceful atmosphere. The couples massage that I experienced was terrific and extra valuable since all treatments include obvious access to the spa facility so no need to pay the use fee.
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Mel Adams
reviewed 11 months ago
This is definitely one of the nicest resorts in Southern California. I'm there on a weekly basis and I've never been treated poorly by any of the staff. They're all very professional and polite. The facilities are top-notch, the food is amazing, and there's always so much to do especially for young kids. The people complaining about how everything is overpriced don't have the right to. Assuming you did at least minimal research about the place, you should realize nothing is going to be cheap. Really good location as well! Love the place and I will continue going there.
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Jurewitz Law Group
reviewed 11 months ago
We have been members at the Club at La Costa for about a year now. The facilities are excellent and they are constantly upgrading them. If you have children, it is perfect to entertain the kids at the pool or drop them off to be watched at Kidtopia while you get a drink or something to eat. If you are meeting with clients, it is impressive and a perfectly quiet and relaxed atmosphere with great food and service.
Barbara Hecht
reviewed a month ago
If you want a resort break this is the place. The golf was outstanding. The Chopra Center and the Spa are exceptional. The staff is there is meet your needs. The rooms are large with luxurious baths. Do not miss this great resort property. The weather and area provide all sorts of other experiences close to the resort.
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Sherry C
reviewed 8 months ago
They charge $15 a day for internet service (1st day is "complimentary") and $26 a day for using the pool & pool towels. Really? I've stayed at hotels that charge $60 a night and the internet access is FREE and the pool is FREE. Isn't this supposed to be a 5-star resort? I've stayed in 5-star hotels and have never experienced this kind of poor treatment. The resort is beautiful. However, the guy at the front desk did not smile, acted like we were an inconvenience and didn't respond pleasantly - ok, he was rude. We asked him if there was a bellman to take our bags. "Oh, if you want a bellman you can walk around to their station and ask if they can take your bags to your room. Otherwise, you can drive around yourself and take them up to your own room." My friend had stayed there previously and commented that she had never been treated so rudely. They put us in different buildings even though our reservation clearly said that we wanted 2 rooms very close to each other. When we asked about this, we were told that "we are full". We asked a guy at the valet station if he could help direct us in where to park our car, since the guy at the front desk said that we should self-park. He drove us over to a dimly lit parking lot. Keep in mind that we're in a rental car in the dark so we are already having problems figuring out the car. If you can't see where you're going, you'll have to hike up a small dirt hill in the dark with your luggage. So, after carrying my luggage up the stairs, I found the room. The spa was great, but don't eat the food there. We ordered shrimp and crab and every bite had shells in it. Oh, and don't expect chocolates on your pillow every night like other 5-star resorts. It happened the first night (they were already there when I entered the room), but every night thereafter I did not receive any chocolates. I have a friend who lives in San Diego and she said that all of the locals say not to bother going to La Costa - there are 2 other super nice hotels in the San Diego area that don't charge extra for internet or for the pool, and their spa is superb (just as good as La Costa) for a lot less money. So, save your money and go somewhere where they can actually want to treat you like a 5-star resort should. I was super disappointed for my first time visiting, and my friend, who has visited at least 3 other times, was extremely disappointed and said she would never go back again. How's that for the truth?
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Raymond Cendana
reviewed 3 years ago
Poor value. I agree that this resort is over priced and over rated. Got a simple room and 2 day spa passes, and was a little disappointed. Don't get me wrong, the hotel and spa were absolutely beautiful, but not grand, as I was expecting from the prices. Rooms were nice, but overall the rooms were nothing too special. Dinner at the Bluefire Grill was delicious. Spa was really nice, but again, expensive.