Town and Country San Diego in San Diego, CA

500 Hotel Circle NorthSan Diego, CA 92108
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Located near the San Diego River and San Diego Zoo, the Town and Country San Diego offers comfortable accommodations in an ideal location. Guests can enjoy in-room conveniences, including free Wi-Fi, cable TV and more, as well as on-site amenities like an on-site restaurant, a café and a sports bar; a fitness center; an outdoor pool; and more.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our San Diego Travel Experts
  • Located a 15-minute walk from the San Diego River, 3.5 miles from the San Diego Zoo, and next door to the 27-hole Riverwalk Golf Club.
  • Check-in time ends at midnight.
  • Pet-friendly accommodations available.
  • Free Wi-Fi available throughout the hotel.
  • Restaurant, a cafe and a sports bar on-site.
  • Lounge around at the 2 swimming pools.

Property Amenities

  • 24 Hour Front Desk
  • Business Center
  • Elevator
  • Fitness Facilities
  • Express Checkout
  • Gift Shop
  • Guest Laundry
  • Handicapped Access
  • Hot Tub
  • Keyless Room Locks
  • Meeting Facilities
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Pet Friendly
  • Golf Course Adjacent
  • Wedding Services
  • Ice Machines
  • Car Rental on Property
  • ATM/Banking
  • Concierge Services
  • Parking (surcharge)
  • Coffee Shop or Café
  • Dry Cleaning/Laundry Services
  • Shuttle Services - Limited (free)
  • Snack Bar/Deli
  • Beach/pool sun loungers
  • Beach/pool umbrellas
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from Town and Country San Diego
Check-In: 3:00pm Check-Out: 11:00am
Welcome to Town and Country San Diego, located in the heart of San Diego's Mission Valley, where nostalgic charm mixes with modern amenities to create one-of-a-kind experiences. From sparkling swimming pools and numerous dining options to boutique-style guest rooms and well-equipped meeting spaces, our resort and hotel in San Diego, CA delights in the best of everything to meet, swim, and stay.

Town and Country San Diego Offers:
  • Two sparkling swimming pools with sunning decks
  • Three restaurants from casual to fine dining as well as a grab and go Market
  • Oversized whirlpool
  • A 27-hole golf course adjacent to the resort
  • Acres of gardens, including award-winning roses
  • Full-Service Concierge Desk
  • Business Center
  • Gift shop located in the hotel lobby
  • Guest laundry
  • Fitness Center
  • Trolley stop on property for easy travel to San Diego sites
  • Adjacent to one of San Diego's best shopping experiences, Fashion Valley Mall
  • Avis Rent A Car on property
  • ATM machine on property

  • Minimum check-in age is 18 years
  • Nightly resort fee USD $18 collected upon check-in
  • Pets allowed with a maximum of 1 pets per room. Maximum weight is 30 lbs. Pet fee: USD 50 per pet, per stay.
  • Self Parking: USD 20 per night (in/out privileges)

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"Hotel guests and Jazz Fest attendees . . . music was great, hotel not so much"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed December 06, 2019 NEW
We spent the entire Thanksgiving week in San Diego – the first three days at HOMEWOOD while LA relatives came down for a visit and the last four days of the week at the Town and Country as they were hosting the annual San Diego Jazz Fest and we did not want to have to travel between hotels each day of the festival. As a host site for the Jazz Fest the Town and Country is a very good choice. It is spacious enough to accommodate the several hundred guests at the festival while still maintaining an easy walk to the venues between music sets. There are venues of all sizes – several large enough to adequately accommodate the largest of crowds down to smaller venues perfect for some of the single-artist performances. In short, were the Town and Country only graded and reviewed on their ability to successfully host a large music festival they would earn four or five stars. Five stars if only the venues and staff were being ranked, but four stars if we include their ability to provide quality food and drink choices at reasonable prices with decent service. Unlike other reviewers, we did not find the food selections, availability, quality, and service to be at the level expected of, say, a Hampton Inn or hotel of similar quality. But then we’re basing this comparison on past experiences with the Music Festival host sites from Fresno, Coos Bay, Eureka, Medford, Sacramento, Seaside, Lacey, and Penticton. San Diego falls short of these. As for the stay at the hotel we must honestly give only a two or three star rating for the stay. The rooms are dated, noisy, and access to the rooms are through exterior walkways – 1970s style - which means that during inclement weather the water, soil, and other debris on our shoes were tracked directly into the rooms. No exterior or interior mats were available to wipe our feet, so we tracked all manners of detritus into the room. A major construction project is underway around the hotel so access to the hotel in inconvenient and parking at the hotel is limited; the construction noise is significant but only evident during stay in the room – it was not evident during our visits to the music venues. Although the rooms are believed to have been remodeled at some point in the past, they are not up to the standards of rooms bearing the nightly costs charged by this hotel for the festival. The general living area is roomy and clean, but the bathrooms bear the hallmarks of older and less-well-maintained facilities. The caulking is uneven, discolored, broken in places, and the overall appearance – even when properly cleaned – has the shabby and dirty appearance so commonly associated with a room in need of a remodel. Is it mildew we are seeing or it is simply wear and tear of age? In the room, the coffee maker, television, thermostat, telephone and wireless internet connection all functioned well, although those should be expectations of any decent hotel stay and should not have to be singled out as positive attributes to counterbalance other issues. Housekeeping was prompt – although they managed to forget to leave all toiletries one day – but coffees, teas, clean paper cups, and wash cloths and towels were replaced each day. But, overall, the hotel staff were friendly, helpful, courteous, and knowledgeable, so the hotel gets good marks for the quality of their staff. Check-in and check-out was a breeze, and the driving directions to avoid the construction given to us by the counter staff was better than what showed on our APPLE app. Kudos again for the folks at the check-in counter! Also please note that in addition to the stated hotel room rate and assorted taxes, there is a $10 per night Hotel Services Fee attached to your stay. That fee, according to the final print-out of our bill, includes “access to fitness center, in-room WiFi, local calls and 800 calls, and so much more.“ Given that we did not use the fitness center, did not make any local or 800 calls, and remember nothing of consequence that can be classified as ‘so much more,’ it seems this additional charge is simply a way in which to offer what appears to be a lower room rate than you will actually be charged. The home page of Town and Country lists “Free WIFI” as one of the “property amenities,” so including access to WiFi as one of the payable service fees logically suggests that in-room WiFi is not part of the property. Odd, indeed, since we assumed that our room was on the Town and Country property. Strange too that so many could connect to WiFi while in the Convention Center, since the Center is a part of the property. Finally, don’t expect the appearance of the property as it now stands to be accurately reflected by the photos on the homepage. The lawns, flamingos, pool, gardens, and pavilion are no longer present - they’ve been replaced by construction materials, bare ground, heavy equipment, puddles, and construction workers. No doubt it will eventually return to a more photogenic state, but for now the homepage is providing a deceptive picture of reality. We genuinely do hope that the renovation is a major success - the Jazz Fest is a fun gathering of music lovers and talented musicians and so deserves a first-rate facility to host its attendees and musicians!
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Sherman Oaks, CA
"The San Diego Dixieland Jazz Festival"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed December 03, 2019 NEW
I attended a large Dixieland and Jazz Festival during Thanksgiving Weekend, 2019. They had several styles to choose from for listening and dancing. There was a wide range of people in attendance. This year, I noticed an increase in the number of Lindy Hoppers which is a very modern form of jitterbug and swing dancing. Though the property is being renovated, it still was a very nice place to stay. All the employees that I came in contact with were most friendly and helpful. Be sure to ask for Andrea in the Terrace Cafe. She is an outstanding server!
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Chicago, Illinois
"Construction site"
TripAdvisor user rating 2 out of 5
Reviewed December 02, 2019 NEW
I’m sure this hotel will be really nice in a year or so, but right now it’s an active construction zone. Rooms are outdated and not very clean, housekeeping was nonexistent (we had to ask for our room to be made up after 2 days of no service!!), and it is incredibly loud. On the upside, the front desk staff and the cafe staff were very friendly and helpful!
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Vallejo, California
"Avoid like the plague!"
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed November 27, 2019 NEW
At least until construction is done in a year or two (sure). When we made reservations earlier this year, we were told that there might be construction noise. There was a garage being constructed next door so, we weren’t worried. What we weren’t told was that the entire T&C resort facility is a construction zone, hard hats and all! Or that said construction removed all facilities except room tower but they still want a$10/day facility fee along with $10/day parking fee to use torn up parking lot full of contractor’s trucks and heavy equipment. No pool. No restaurant. No patio. Just ripped earth construction. RIPOFF! The hotel should have been closed until construction was completed. Don’t believe pretty pictures on website. Those are artist’s renderings of future hotel. Here is what it really looks like. (attached) Needless to say, we checked out first thing in the morning after construction work started at 6:30 AM and moved just up the street, to a much nicer place at a lower cost. The idiot manager at Town and Country thinks they’re getting a $50 early checkout fee from us. I’ve never been this deceived by a hotel in my life. BEWARE!
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"Don't get deceived by discount ..Horrible ,Racists ,Filthy!!!"
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed November 21, 2019 NEW
Checked in and they said I need to go around to the building there is construction asked me to wait for 15 its Went to the room Room Beds smelled bad like urine.Called them to fix it. As their pools were closed ,they offered to use near by hotel pool . Called the shuttle response no bell man would need to wait and I gave up going to pool Asked for shuttle with service man to drop at fashion Vally mall .He recommended to walk really on the rain ? Every day it was pain to walk over and their front desk close. It was raining and they don’t have covered path to cross over from room to the front desk ..If we call for shuttle they will say no. Finally on the day of checkout asked for shuttle their response there is no bell man . Where I can literally see a person in the door . To me it looks like they look at skin color and ignore people. I don’t understand why in the world they charge resort fee of $18 per night which they claim is for resort features of shuttle ,pool ,bell service …All of them they are not able to provide. Unfortunately I prepayed for the whole stay of 5 nights .otherwise would have got out of it on day one.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Town and Country San Diego

Does the hotel offer parking for guests?
Yes. Guests may utilize the self-parking lot for a fee of $20 per night.

Is the hotel pet-friendly?
Yes. The hotel’s pet policy is as follows:

  • Dog or Cat: Pet up to 30 lbs allowed, maximum one dog cannot exceed 30 pounds.
  • Pets must be non-aggressive and well socialized with other animals.
  • Pet must be licensed and wear ID tags at all times in the hotel.
  • Pet’s vaccinations should be up-to-date and current, and he/she free of ticks and fleas.
  • Pets should be with their owners and under their care at all times.
  • Pet MUST be on a 6’ leash (maximum length) or in a crate anytime they are outside.
  • Pets are NOT allowed in the restaurants, bars, lounges pools, health club and spa or meeting space. They are, however, permitted to dine on the patios of those outlets.
  • Guests are responsible for cleaning up after their pets. A dog relief area is located east of the 3300 building and bags are provided. Please dispose of any waste in a marked trash receptacle.
  • Guest agrees to have pet removed from the registered room during the time of any requested service from the Town and Country San Diego.
  • Breed restrictions apply: Restricted breeds include but are not limited to Rottweiler, Doberman Pincher, Chow, Akita and Pit Bull.

Are accessible rooms available? 
Yes, upon request.

What does the resort fee include?
The required resort fee includes:

  • Guestroom WiFi
  • Unlimited access to the Fitness Center Open daily 5am-11pm (subject to change)
  • Hotel shuttle service to Riverwalk Golf Club, Fashion Valley Mall, Old Town, Mission Valley Center, and Hazard Center. Daily 10:00 am–7:00 pm, based upon availability. Shuttle pick up and drop off is located at the Hotel Lobby.
  • Guest room local calls (619 and 858 area codes) and 800 calls
  • Coffee in your guest room and morning coffee service in the Hotel Lobby 5:00 am–9:00am 
  • USA Today in the Hotel Lobby and dining outlets
  • Computer access in the Hotel Lobby for printing airline boarding passes
  • Preferred guest pricing on Super Shuttle airport transportation

Does the hotel offer a complimentary airport shuttle?
No. However, guests receive preferred guest pricing on Super Shuttle airport shuttles.

Is a continental breakfast served?
No. The hotel offers The Market, where guests can purchase breakfast and snacks to go.

Will my guestroom include a microwave or mini-fridge?

Does my room have a safe?