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Join us for LiveWell Weekend, January 30- February 1! http://ow.ly/HbR1Z
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There is still time to register for the Gingerbread Festival! Submit your entry form by November 20th for a chance to win $1,000. 

The Gingerbread Festival benefits the Boys & Girls Clubs of Carlsbad.
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A little afternoon stroll around the resort, we thought we'd share with you :)
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Join us for #LaborDay weekend, we still have rooms available at great prices! http://ow.ly/APUiO #sandiego #hotel
Omni La Costa Resort & Spa is the ultimate destination for guests who appreciate a luxury retreat that has always been, and will always be, the very definition of SoCal.
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Want to give a new dessert a try this holiday season? Check out this recipe for a Pear, Fig and Cherry Pie our Pasty Chef Jaimie Hileman put together. It's absolutely delicious!
The Omni La Costa Resort & Spa used local ingredients to create their pie, the Pear, Fig and Cherry PIe.
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Participate in our First Annual Gingerbread Competition! http://ow.ly/DePeA
Enjoy some festive fun with the whole family this holiday season at Omni La Costa's First Annual Gingerbread Festival.
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An evening of laughs, Comedy Night returns to the resort- join us for a great night full of entertainment! http://ow.ly/C03ah
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Some of our favorite Instagram moments our guests are capturing around the resort! http://ow.ly/BS668
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A quick look at The Plaza on this gorgeous day!
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Have you tried the #reflexology path here at The Spa? Learn more about reflexology's benefits: http://blog.lacosta.com/reflexology-path/
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2100 Costa Del Mar Rd Carlsbad, CA 92009
2100 Costa Del Mar RoadUSCaliforniaCarlsbad92009
(760) 438-9111omnihotels.com
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Omni La Costa Resort & Spa brings the coastal California lifestyle to every visitor. Set within a lovely 400-acre village, our guests escape the everyday to experience a life of play and leisure.
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Mary Janes
a month ago
Spent 1 week on corporate week with meetings and Entertainment last year. The resort was amazing! The food was OK and the drinks were of high quality. This is the perfect resort for large groups. There were 600 of us. There were famillies as well. Golf course is great too and there is a choice of pools. Very relaxing and beautiful with lemon trees along the paths.
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Robert Hayes
4 months ago
Not a very clean hotel. Heat didn't work in the room, woke up to a room that was 58 deg. Very cold weekend. Staff wasn't very helpful either. Don't waste your money..
Ricardo De Leon II
11 months ago
Our server, Ramon, and the rest of his team at Bistro 65 is AWESOME! I wanted to try something new so I ordered the Chicken Saltimbocca for dinner and it was excellent, very flavorful and out of this world. We had buffalo wings and grilled flatbread for appetizer and they were all spot on. The wings were not extremely spicy; they were just the way we like our wings. The flat bread was fresh and light and delicious. My spouse ordered rib eye steak and it just melted in his mouth. My kids ordered pepperoni pizza and chicken tenders and they were above the ordinary. We were so happy full but couldn't resist the dessert. The dessert was phenomenal! We had the chocolate caramel pecan crunch bar and the Valrhona chocolate layer cake and they were all superb. I would go back everyday if I could. Thank you for treating your guests special and thank you for going above and beyond. We definitely appreciate it and this is, by far, the best hotel dining experience we've had. Omni is very lucky to have you and your team. THANK YOU. -- Maria De Leon
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Diana Marshall
11 months ago
Such a beautiful place to stay and relax! Things are expensive but it's expected and worth it. The resort is a terrific place for a special occasion. Hotel rooms vary but both rooms that I've stayed in were really nice. The Bluefire restaurant is a nice place with delicious looking menu. Half of what my husband and I ordered was mouthwatering. The rest was okay... I think it was the filet mignon that most disappointed by being overcooked. One of the other turn-offs is the Sunday brunch - basically a typical business hotel hot breakfast that costs $20+ instead of being included as part of your stay. (There is a great local breakfast place at the corner of La Costa and El Camino Real - it was packed but very good!) Our favorite part of our stays has been the spa. There are excellent options in the non coed areas (cold plunge, sauna, steam room and hot tub) with a relaxation room in both the private area and common area. Outside are some nice gardens to wander in with a meditation walking path, the spa cafe, pool, hot tub and the invigorating Roman baths. Overall it's a very peaceful atmosphere. All treatments include access to the spa facility.
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JR Curley
4 months ago
La Costa is full of ups and downs, which makes it land in the middle for me. Sure, it's got a great wading pool for kids, complete with sand, three slides, and a cool water play area. But the flip side is that accessing this costs you roughy $25 per room. There is ample self parking (to avoid the $24 valet parking), but it's a bit of hike from the main area and still costs you $17 a night. Then there's WiFi, which is free in so many hotels, is also roughly $17 a night. Look back and add that to your nightly total and it starts to get up there. Rooms are big, and the place recently went through a renovation, but there are spiderwebs everywhere, run down tiles and paint, and chips and cracks in the buildings. I stayed there for 5 nights and never saw anyone cleaning up the spiderwebs that were festooned above us on our outdoor porch. The staff was helpful and nice, and some areas do look nicer (the main lobby bar has been nicely renovated, as has Bistro 65. Your kids of all ages will love the pools, and the resort is close to the freeway. Pro tip - if you have kids ask at the front desk when special kids events are happening (such as free balloon animals).
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Dana Dutcher
5 months ago
Attention La Costa Golf- If you want locals to fill your openings then I suggest you keep the offers on Golf Now to $65.00. Mathematics will show you $65.00 is better than a $0. You give us a last second choice (say 24 hours) and you'll find we fill them for you. There are great courses all over our county and all far below $65.00. Use you head, post more openings at $65.00 and fill your spots.
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Scott Kalb
a month ago
Top notch all the way. The restaurant manager Joey is great!
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Jon Marshall
a year 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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