Town and Country San Diego
500 Hotel Cir N, San Diego, CA 92108
The Town and Country Resort and Convention Center is apart of a family owned company and has been operating since 1953. We pride ourselves on our consistent dedication to service. We offer over 900 hotel rooms, over 200,000 sq ft in meeting space, 3 pools, 5 dining options on property, fitness facility, spa, salon, and all the hotel amentities needed to enhance the comfort of your stay. We are adjacent to Riverwalk, a 27-Champonship Hole Golf Course, and right behind the Fashion Valley Shopping Mall and San Diego Trolley. The Town and Country is known for our central location and is perfect to accommodate destinations that our guests may want to visit. We are minutes away from San Diego beaches, the most popular attractions, Downtown San Diego, Old Town, and much more
Fax Number: (619) 291-3584
Reservations: (800) 772-8527
**STAR Network ATM:** Handicap Access:**Remote Control TV with cble movie channels, in-room pay movies:**Voicemail, telephone with message light, computer hoook up:**Wireless Internet Access:**Individual Climate Control:**Electronic door locks with automatic deadbolt:**Full bath amentities:**Turndown available on request:**Iron, ironing boards:**AM/FM alarm clock / radio:** Hair dryers:**Free weekday newspaper:** Room Service(6:00am-midnight):**In-room coffee:**
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I purchased the "Hospitality" package that included Internet, parking & fitness. Paying upfront meant it was 50% off... However, the person checking me in would NOT acknowledge the purchase, argued with me about parking. I had to call to talk to someone else about the Internet. Went back upfront to get the fitness pass- she acted like she was doing me a favor rather then giving me what I had PAID for. Even after I showed her the email she blew me off. I explained that why I appreciated the "free drinks & breakfast" I also wanted what I paid for. Talking to the manager tomorrow since as it is Sunday & the resort is dead I doubt there is someone here. The room is good sized, has a nice view of the pool but the matress leaves alot to be desired. Stay at your own risk!
11/12/2007Provided by Citysearch -
We stayed here after getting a deal on priceline. Overall, it was not worth the price. It is supposedly a 3 star hotel, but it is really no better than a Motel 6. There is a huge convention center there ? so it?s probably better for that sort of thing. As far as a place to stay for a night or two, don?t waste your money. It?s the kind of place that charges you for absolutely everything. We got a room for $90 on priceline ? which is supposedly a savings of $30-40. However, then they charge you all those resort fees, $14 just to park there, and if you want to use the phone (even for local calls) or the internet, they charge you. The place is giant. It has 4 swimming pools, but only one hot tub. The hot tub was so far away that we didn?t even bother to go because it would have been too cold to walk back after sitting in it. The room was small, nothing special about it. There was no fridge or microwave ? those things cost extra. So, overall, this place has less amenities than a Motel 6 (except for having a convention center and place to hold big events) but is twice as expensive.
04/16/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I recently visited town and country and let me tell you it was the best experience I have ever had. The spa was gorgeous, huge and reasonably priced. The food was awesome and the grounds of the hotel were beautiful. I would reccommend it to all my friends