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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Valencian Country, Spain
"A construction site not suitable to host guests"
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed July 13, 2019 NEW
I have just visited the hotel, it was an absolute nightmare, a construction area with buildings being taken down. Impossible to sleep or use any of the areas without breathing debris. The authorities should intervene. I have read the responses the hotel made to several reviews that indicate the same. Apparently they are glad we are financing their construction by ruining our holidays and risking our health and hope we go back to see their improve facilities in the future. Pure cinism! Avoid
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"They should lower prices while under construction"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed July 13, 2019 NEW
I stayed in a garden room which was pretty nice. After reading the reviews I was expecting a dump. I was there for a conference so the only time in the room was for sleeping and showering/bathing. It was fine for that, but I feel that they should not charge that resort fee until they are fully operational. The staff is friendly and the convention hall is excellent and in good condition. The roses in the garden are lovely. My room was spacious and clean and in good repair, albeit dark. The a/c was not working my first night but I reported that and they fixed it the next morning. I only purchased a sandwich in the Market cafe and the rest of my meals I ate off property or as a catered conference dinner. The sandwich was expensive for what it was. I had a better deal for a sandwich at a face food place at the Fashion Valley Mall. I would not recommend this hotel for a vacation or pleasure trip in the state it is now, unless they eliminate the resort fee and lower the prices. I paid about $180 per night and it was not worth more than $100 per night in its current condition. Other hotels under renovation will usually discount drastically. The typical response about how they can’t wait to be able to offer all these positive renovations in the future is offensive and insulting to the current costumer who has to suffer through the noise, ugly views and inconvenience of digging and trucks outside their window. I was told this upon check out and didn’t say anything but there is no way I want to return in the future when your repairs our down, even if it is a palace. It was fine for a business trip but the customer can’t help but feel cheated when they could stay at a fully functional hotel a mile away for less. This is not who I want to give my business to in the future. I realize they need to stay operational during the renovations but they need to rethink their strategy during this time since they may be doing more damage by disappointing current customers.
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Valerie W
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed July 11, 2019 NEW
BEWARE OF THIS HOTEL!!! I was fraudulently charged $200. I stayed on a Saturday night. Checked in late-around 10:30PM and checked out at 11am. By myself. I stayed in one of the newer tower rooms that had a balcony. When I arrived people were still in the pool and I could tell there was a party in one of the rooms below me. I could smell smoke from the party below when I opened my balcony door, which bothered me a bit so I closed the door. When I went to bed I put the fan on to help with the noise, which was apparently pulling air in from the outside--and the faint smell of smoke. I didn't complain, just figured that was a hotel experience and whatever. I reviewed my card the next day. They charged me $160 for smoking in the room!! Well, I thought I'd just call the manager and sort it out and explain as I don't even smoke! NOPE. She treated me like a liar and a criminal. I told her I would call my bank. She said go ahead. They are claiming that a security guard also smelled smoke. NO cigarette butts or ashes, no other proof. Just -your a liar, we are taking your money because you signed that if you smoke in the room, we can charge you. And that's it! The bank said they reversed the charges, so I was like great. Then yesterday the hotel re-charged my card a whopping $200. Well, my bank has opened up a fraud investigation, I am filing with the BBB and putting this review on all the review sites. I have contacted San Diego Police who said while it sounds like a scam, it technically qualifies as a civil matter and that it is very likely that this is a form of revenue for the hotel and I am not the only one this has happened to. This is outright theft and fraud. I'm sure the hotel will respond to this review with "ma'am, you smoked in the room." How aggravating!!!! I DO NOT SMOKE!!! I WAS BY MYSELF!!! I am absolutely floored that this can happen!! Because a security guard smelled smoke?? $200 is a lot of money. There should be more evidence then some guy's nose!! At this point, no one has apologized to me or returned my money. NIGHTMARE. Do not stay here unless you are willing to tempt fate and become another one of their victims.
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"Please Donat do as i did and read the negativo opinions"
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed July 09, 2019 NEW
I cannot believe this hotel has several good ratings and it makes me doubt the veracity of them. Do yourself a favour and read the negative ones, they are much closer to the truth. I’m at the hotel right now, heavy construction is taking place so it is impossible to sleep, construction starts at 6.30 in the morning and it is so heavy that the beds shake and you cannot even speak inside the room. They should not be allowed to operate under these conditions and I’m going to complain to the relevant authority. I had never before been in such a situation. The hotel is clearly old and tired, cleaning less than non existent (the heavy works probably contribute to that) and the facilities are ... I’d rather not describe them. So they are in clear need of renovation, but you cannot hosts guests in the meantime, they are actually fully knocking down a building right next to where I am sleeping. Have a look at the pictures and do yourself a favor and choose something else. They should not be operating and anything else is just not true or an attempt to fool people into believing these are minor renovations.
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Michael E
"Rip off"
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed July 07, 2019 NEW
booked with agoda which was a mistake and then got to the hotel and they added an additional 36 per night including $20 per night for parking? I wound up paying $170 per night for an old room that has a tiny non elongated toilet with poor cleaning, dirt around door nob and ugly carpet and no bags in trash cans. Stay away from this place. Couldn't cancel.
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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?