Be sure to pack your sunscreen, a great beach read and some beachside treats - when you're visiting San Diego, there's no better excursion than hitting the beach (and no shame in spending the day in the waves).
When was the last time you spent a relaxing vacation on the beach? Come join us at our charming hotel for a fun-filled vacation in beautiful La Jolla, California. When you "Like" the Empress Hotel on Facebook, you will be eligible to enter our Facebook contest for a chance to win a complete getaway in La Jolla! Continue reading
Take a culinary walking tour of charming La Jolla, California, which includes gourmet wine tastings and food pairings-even scrumptious, sinfully delicious chocolates. From November through January, the Holiday Wine and Food Walking Tour is offered daily from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m., and includes an easy, mellow stroll. Along the way, learn about the history and culture of the San Diego area from your guide. Continue reading
Get the good times rolling with the Empress Hotel Holiday Happy Hour Package. Enjoy superior boutique accommodations in La Jolla, and start off your holiday or vacation with a special Welcome Cocktail in our onsite restaurant, Manhattan of La Jolla. The "Whaler" is a drink that combines decadent flavors of chocolate, vanilla, coffee, and brandy. It'll warm you up this holiday season! Continue reading
Get your head in the game! Or at least, go to a game…The UC San Diego Tritons have a full calendar of thrilling matches in a wide range of sports including softball, baseball, basketball, and soccer. Tickets are either very low priced-try $5 to $10-or free. So, go ahead, put on your blue and gold, and prepare to sing the Triton Fight Song! Continue reading
Celebrate autumn in La Jolla with a brand new block party-So Fine on Kline Fall Festival. Kline Street will be closed off for a free, family-friendly celebration that includes food, beer, and music. Enjoy live performances by local musicians including Brad Perry and Ali Burress. Kids can check out the crafts in the Fun Zone, and adults can check out the drinks at the adult beverage garden. Continue reading