Rather than brag on our own unit, here is a review from a popular website...
'We stayed here because of the recommendation of some friends. What a great find!! The complex is only about 2 minutes from I-5. It is off the last exit heading north before Camp Pendleton. That means it is 45 minutes from Sea World, 1 hour on the dot to Disneyland and 5 minutes to Lego Land. The complex has two pools, two big hot tubs, a putting green, ping pong and billiards tables, and a workout room. There is gated underground parking reserved for each unit. The whole complex is gated and patrolled 24/7. It is ON THE BEACH -- not blocks away like other places.
This unit is advertised as sleeping 6, but it really sleeps 8. It is on the 3rd floor (accessed by elevator) and inside the unit the master bedroom is upstairs. It has a great balcony looking out right onto the OCEAN. You can sleep with the sliding door open and feel the ocean breeze and hear the crashing of the waves.
The sand and surf are awesome. We have two teenage boys 18 and 16 and they loved boogie boarding and surfing, and our two younger ones (14 and 12) loved playing on the sand and in the water.
You can easily walk both to the Oceanside Pier (and the lovely Ruby's Diner) or to the Marina (with all sorts of yachts coming and going plus a dozen restaurants). The Coaster (commuter train) is less than a mile away which can take you right to downtown San Diego. My oldest son and I took it to watch the Padres and the Dodgers play baseball. A314, the unit we stayed in has been recently remodeled. It has flat screen TVs, XBox 360 and games, wireless internet, new beds and bedding, new bathroom fixtures, is super clean, and very cozy. We usually stay in upscale hotels, but we saved so much money by picking up breakfast food and snacks and stocking the kitchen in the unit. They have everything we needed to cook as many meals as we wanted.
We stayed a week and did the beach one day, then Seaworld one day, then the beach, then Lego Land, then the beach, then Disneyland, then the San Diego Zoo. Wow -- what an awesome trip. The memories will last a lifetime!! For the money, Oceanside is the best beach in San Diego. We stay away from the beaches in San Diego proper -- they have a rough crowd. The beach in LaJolla is tiny and too snooty -- Oceanside is just right -- great waves, nice sand, and very family friendly.'
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