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Company Info: Rating: 5.00
Address: 3443 Ocean Front Walk, San Diego, CA, 92109 Hotels in San Diego, CA Vacation Rental Agents in San Diego, CA
1. Ryan W.
Wow! What a wonderul place to stay. Modern amenities on the beach, fantastic views, very relaxing with no parties or loud neighbors, and one of the best locations I could imagine on Mission Beach.
The Surf Rider is a building on Ocean Front Walk (a long beach boardwalk that connects Mission Beach to Pacific Beach) with about 12 private residences that range from $1M to over $2M in price. They are all privately owned and operated, but most (if not all) are rented out regularly and used as vacation rentals. What makes the Surf Rider different from the literally hundreds of other beachfront options is the fact that they have a gorgeous courtyard complete with an in-ground hot tub and two outdoor grills. Sitting in the tub, watching the sunset and ocean waves while people on the boardwalk pass by is a fun way to spend at least one evening.
The interior of the property is gorgeous with marble counters in the full kitchen, updated bathrooms with lovely showers, comfortable beds, washer and dryer, outdoor patio, and all of the utensils you need to cook and clean during your visit. See photos.
The beach, which is just steps away, is lovely. Great waves, clean beach, not crowded at all, and friendly people. There is a beach market less than a block away where you can get all of the essentials for your trip. They have everything from cereal and sandwiches to sunscreen and beach chairs. Ralphs is a short driving distance if you want to do real grocery shopping.
Just down the boardwalk in one direction is the heart of Mission Beach and Belmont Park, which is a really cool facility complete with a roller coaster, other carnival type rides, and a man-made surf wave that was really cool. In the other direction, you hit Pacific Beach, which is full of bars, restaurants, and a great breakfast spot called Konos.
The best way to find a condo at Surf Rider is to search on Google or VRBO. The owner of the unit we stayed in was really wonderful to deal with. I am not 100% sure about the pricing of some of the units, but the ones we saw ranged from $250-500/night for accommodations that sleep up to 6. One parking space was included with our rental, which was very convenient.
18/09/09 | Link
| Rating: 5.0