The largest oceanfront hotel development in San Diego County in more than 50 years is slated to open in May 2021.
Mission Pacific Hotel, a JdV by Hyatt Hotel, and The Seabird Resort, a destination by Hyatt Hotel, will both offer an array of dining venues for their new premier destinations by the beach.
“Home to some of Southern California’s widest beaches, historical landmarks and easygoing surf culture, Oceanside’s newest hotels will capture approachable luxury,” Michael Stephens, area managing director of The Seabird and Mission Pacific, said in the press release. “Whether it’s having the privilege of working with Chef Alcocer or transforming the Graves House into a whimsical gourmet destination, our goal is to bring joyful concepts that will resonate with locals’ and travelers’ palates.”
Restaurants at Mission Pacific Hotel will range from upscale restaurant Valle Restaurant: a Guadalupe Valley Kitchen, from Chef Roberto Alcocer to The Rooftop at Mission Pacific, Oceanside’s first and only rooftop bar. High/Low, a surf-causal cafe, and Charlie’s, which will transform Graves House into a vintage dessert lounge, will also be featured at The Mission Pacific Hotel.
The hotel will have 161 guest rooms, including 38 suites, and 13,000-square-feet of ocean view function space.
The Seabird Resort will include The Short Room, an elegant lounge, and Piper, a breakfast, lunch, and dinner spot anchored by a pasta bar.
The “flip-flop” luxury resort will have 226 guest rooms, including 56 suites, an expansive pool with an indoor and outdoor living room, and nearly 20,000-square-feet of meeting and celebration spaces.
The Mission Pacific Hotel and The Seabird Resort will be conveniently located near the Oceanside Amtrak Station and a quick drive from buzzy attractions including the Oceanside Arts District, Safari Park, San Diego Zoo, and Disneyland.