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ROOM 1
1  Adults
0  Children
3845 Yaqui Pass Road
Borrego Springs, California 92004
United States

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Hotel Overview

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La Casa del Zorro, one of Southern California's most celebrated and historic resorts, is located two hours northeast of San Diego in the heart of the majestic Anza Borrego Desert.

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Luxurious accommodations, award-winning dining, and a full complement of recreational activities, spa services and much more await you at our beautiful and pristine oasis in the sun.

Awards

AAA Housekeeping

 

Hotel Policies

Pet Policy
We are dog friendly and allow up to two dogs, all breeds and weights in a rented room. Other pet types (e.g. cats, birds, rabbits) are not allowed. The dog friendly rate is $50 for three nights, after three nights an additional $50 is charged.
Child Policy
Children 17 And Under Are Free In Room With One Paying Adult In Existing Bedding.

Hotel Amenities

Because We CareSM

Cleaning Standards

Industry-Leading Cleaning Standards

Modified Breakfast

Modified Breakfast Service & Selections (varies by hotel)

Low Rate Guarantee

Low Rate Guarantee

Location

Hotel location and the surrounding area

Nearby Attractions

Attractions

  • 6.00 mile(s) from Sky Art - Galleta Meadows Metal Sculptures, on your way into the park just outside the town of Borrego Springs, you can't miss artist Ricardo Breceda's 130 enormous metal sculptures. There are a total of 130 metal sculptures, and each represents the creatures that dwelled in this very same desert millions of years ago. The sculptures are made out of numerous pieces of metal that were sculpted together and placed on various plots of land in Borrego Springs. Among the most popular of the sculptures is the serpent, a 350 foot long creature that weaves in and out of the ground and spans both sides of the road. The serpent was definitely our favorite sculpture, both due to its sheer size and the incredible detail in the metal work. In addition to the serpent, there is also a scorpion, grasshopper, mammoths, camels, sloths, dinosaurs, horses, turtles, a massive bird, and more. Visitors are free to walk up and interact with each sculpture.
  • 11.00 mile(s) from Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, on the eastern side of the Peninsular Ranges, which block most storms coming in off the Pacific, California's largest state park protects 600000 acres/242811 hectares of desert terrain, including dramatic badlands, cool palm oases, twisting slot canyons, and cactus-studded slopes. This desert preserve pairs the name of famed Spanish explorer Juan Bautista de Anza, who crossed the desert in 1774, and the Spanish word for sheep 'borrego' referring to the region's native bighorn sheep.

Dining

  • Fox Bistro, on premises, Full Service, American, Open for: lunch, dinner, Currently only available for take-out
  • Fox Den Bar, on premises, Bar/Lounge, American, Open for: lunch, dinner, Temporarily Closed

Transportation

  • 89 mile(s) from San Diego International Airport
  • 91 mile(s) from San Diego Amtrak Station
  • 6 mile(s) from Borrego Springs, free shuttle service
  • Free local shuttle from 7:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. available within 12 miles of the resort