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Where to stay with kids in San Diego

All rooms and suites have their own private balcony or patio with views of the ocean, bay or tropical gardens.
All rooms and suites have their own private balcony or patio with views of the ocean, bay or tropical gardens. Catamaran Resort

Catamaran Resort Hotel

For adults: All rooms and suites have their own private balcony or patio with views of the ocean, bay or tropical gardens. Resort and non-resort guests can ride the historic Bahia Belle sternwheeler along the bay. The cruise, free to guests, has a family time with ice cream sundae station and dancing.

For children: There’s a complimentary daily bird show, daily kids activities and active families can rent sailboats, kayaks, pedal boats, bicycles and Segways.

Info: catamaranresort.com/

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Legoland Hotel

For adults: The big reason to stay a the hotel is that it’s at the entrance to Legoland California. But there are plenty of amenities. For example, there’s no fighting for the remote. Every room has two TVs so kids can watch their own shows and play games in their own sleeping area. Plus, the Bricks Family Restaurant includes a buffet designed for kids that provides healthy food options.

For children: What child wouldn’t want to stay in a pirate-themed room? Plus, every room includes a treasure chest that youngsters can unlock once they complete a treasure hunt that provides clues in their room.

Guests can choose between Pirate, Adventure or Kingdom

Info: LEGOLANDHotel.com

Maricar Estrella: 817-390-7720, @maricare

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