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La Jolla Bed and Breakfast: Accommodations
Choose from one of our five room types at our boutique La Jolla hotel and relax amidst the Mediterranean décor. Whether you’re looking for an oceanfront La Jolla hotel suite or something a little cozier, we have the perfect offering to keep you wanting more.
We offer complimentary daily turndown service and complimentary wireless internet.
Daily parking charge – $16La Jolla accommodations featuring king bed, partial ocean view
King Deluxe Amenity Highlights:
- Partial ocean view
- King bed
- Sofa sleeper
- Sitting Area
- Balcony or lanai
- Flat screen TV
- Keurig Coffeemaker
- Cordless phone
Deluxe Junior Suites Amenity Highlights:
- Full ocean view bay windows
Two Bedroom Suites Amenity Highlights:
- Full ocean view with balcony or lanai deck
- One queen bed in each room
- Dining area
- Separate parlor
Garden Suite Amenity Highlights:
- Full ocean view from a private courtyard
Ocean Vista Suite Amenity Highlights:
- Spectacular one bedroom suite
- Full living room
- Private balcony
La Jolla Bed and Breakfast: Pet Policies
If you plan to bring a pet(s) to our boutique La Jolla hotel, you must notify us at the time you make your reservation, as pets are allowed in designated “Pet Friendly” rooms only. We charge a one-time fee of $75 for your pet. Your pet will be greeted with their very own feeding place mat and bag of treats. We ask that you not leave your pet in your guest room or vehicle unattended. If there is a time you will not have your pet with you, let us know so that we can give you phone numbers for pet friendly restaurants, pet sitter or other options. You are responsible for your pets’ behavior while at our boutique hotel in La Jolla. Pets must remain on leash or under owner command at all times while on Scripps Inn property. We look forward to meet you and your pet on your visit to Scripps Inn.
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