San Diego Vacations


You may be wondering how a city with 1.3 million residents - and countless yearly visitors - could exude such a small-town vibe. But that's what makes San Diego so special. California's second-largest city allows you to enjoy all of the amenities of a major tourist destination and still "feel" intimate and inviting. And this allows your San Diego vacation to be whatever you want it to be.

Looking to escape the furious pace of everyday life? Slow down with a stroll through a park, a walk along a secluded beach, or a saunter down a coastal hiking trail. Need some quality family time? Visit Shamu and friends at SeaWorld, examine the amazing scale models at Legoland, or observe the giant pandas at the world-famous San Diego Zoo. Looking for more cultural pursuits? Admire the Victorian style buildings and haute cuisine in the Gaslamp Quarter, attend a free organ recital in Balboa Park, or tour one of the city's many fantastic museums (Automotive Museum, Mingei International Museum, the Museum of San Diego History, etc.).

And do it all while enjoying a mild climate, 70 miles of beautiful San Diego beaches and, almost always, incredible ocean and bay views.

Whatever your idea of the perfect San Diego getaway, Endless Vacation Rentals offers accommodations with kitchens, balconies and other amenities to help make the experience complete.
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WorldMark San Diego Balboa Park
San Diego, CA US
San Diego, California is the city of sun, ocean, and sights. Vacationers can spend their days visiting famous attractions such as the San Diego Zoo, Sea World, Balboa Park, and the Gas Lamp district. By night, weary travelers can retreat to nearby WorldMark San Diego Balboa Park. This urban resort consists of studio and 1-bedroom units with smaller fully equipped kitchens. None of the units have washers and dryers, but there is a complimentary laundry facility located onsite. ResortNet2, WorldMark's hi-speed internet service, is available in all units for a small fee. WorldMark San Diego Balboa Park does not have a pool but there is, however, a rooftop deck with fabulous views of this great city. The resort also offers a business center, owner’s lounge, game room and fitness facility on site.

Check-in Time: 16:00
Check-out Time: 12:00
Check-in Days: Sunday, Friday, Saturday

Important Information
  • Minimum age check-in is 21.
  • No smoking in units: could result in forfeiture of the unit and/or other penalties.
  • Pet Information: Animals are not permitted; could result in forfeiture of the unit and/or other penalties.
  • From April 14 - May 30 2014, half of the roof deck will be closed for refurbishing. There will be noise, dust, and stain odor from this work.
  • Confirmation is required upon check-in at the resort.
  • Credit card imprint required upon check-in at the resort.
  • Fees or deposits are charged for some amenities.
  • This resort does not offer mid week cleaning.
  • This resort does not offer daily maid service.
  • Security deposit required upon check-in at the resort.
  • Resort cannot honor unit upgrades or moves.
  • Smoking is not allowed in units.
  • Resort fee: Parking fee is US$30 per day U.S. dollars. (Valet parking only.)
  • Resort fee: Internet fee is 4.95 per day to 15.95 for 10 days U.S. dollars. (Wireless internet fee.)
  • Call the Worldmark office at 877/484-3258 to discuss special needs.
  • Parking Restrictions: No RV parking, No trailers, No large vehicle parking, No boat parking, No motorcycles
San Diego Country Estates
Ramona, CA US
Nestled in the foothills of the Cuyamaca Mountains, near the quaint towns of Ramona and Julian, The San Diego Country Estates offers visitors a perfect mix of physical activity and complete relaxation. The resort does not have a elevator at the resort for the multi floor building. An 18-hole championship golf course, only two miles away, is rated one of the top-10 courses in the country. Play a game of tennis on your choice of 16 tennis courts on-site, including 6 lighted courts. Play a game of basketball or shuffleboard. Enjoy boating and fishing on San Vicente Lake or swim at the resort's outdoor pool. Treat yourself to a massage or facial on site at Spa Riviera.

Check-in Time: 16:30
Check-out Time: 11:00
Check-in Days: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Important Information
  • Pet Information: Animals are not permitted; could result in forfeiture of the unit and/or other penalties.
  • Multi Floor With No Elevator Access: Yes
  • Occupancy limits are strictly enforced: could result in forfeiture of the unit and/or other penalties.
  • Resort cannot honor unit upgrades or moves.
  • On-site construction or remodeling may disturb guests from August 12, 2016 to December 16, 2016.
  • Road imporvement to San Vicente Rd, will cause delays and detours to resort.

Fillippi's Pizza Grotto (San Diego). This quaint Italian restaurant in the Little Italy neighborhood (and other area locations) is just the way you remembered it as a kid. Try the pizza, of course, or a heaping helping of lasagna, or the antipasta salad, or the spaghetti with enormous meatballs...

Waterfront Bar and Grill (San Diego). A San Diego area favorite since 1934, the Waterfront serves up mouthwatering burgers and a variety of locally brewed ales.

Acapulco (San Diego). Brunch and happy hour specials make this popular Mexican chain restaurant in Old Town a favorite among locals who are closely watching their wallets.


SeaWorld (San Diego). Come see an array of spectacular shows where the stars are killer whales, dolphins, sea lions, walruses and seals. And if that isn't enough to satisfy your animal fix, consider adding a trip to the world-famous San Diego Zoo.

Legoland (Carlsbad). As if the supersized Lego creations aren't enough, the family is sure to enjoy the more than 50 rides, shows and other attractions.

Disneyland (Anaheim). Perhaps it goes without saying, but no California family vacation destination generates more excitement than a visit to the house of mouse. You'll be there in less than two hours' drive up scenic I-5 from San Diego.


Cabrillo National Monuments (Point Loma). Explore the tide pools, tour the Old Point Loma Lighthouse, or stake out a spot to view migrating gray whales (December-March). On a clear day, you'll be able to see for what seems like forever.

Hike a beach, park or state reserve. San Diego is one of America's fittest cities, because there are literally hundreds of places to explore on foot. For wonderful ocean or lake views, consider walking along Mission Beach, hitting the trails at Torrey Pines State Reserve, or pounding the paved trail around Lake Miramar Reservoir. The Sierra Club sponsors frequent hikes as well.


The Kettner Art and Design District (San Diego). Find everything from fine home furnishings to vintage, hand-blown glass along this popular stretch of retail shops and art galleries.

Seaport Village (San Diego). The location is the San Diego waterfront, but the look feels more like Cape Cod. Find good deals surrounded by flowers, fountains and great water views.