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  • Grand California Pricing

    EDIT: I see I posted this in the wrong forum. I don't see a way to delete. Sorry about that.

    Hello all,

    I live and San Diego and just got annual passes for my family. I'm looking to spend a single night at the Grand California (mostly for the magical morning perk).

    I looked around on all the major hotel booking sites, but the best price I've found is the annual passholder price of $213.

    Is this the best price that can be found, or are there secrets some folks wouldn't mind sharing?

    Thanks for any help.

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    Re: Grand California Pricing

    That is the best price I have seen in many years. Back when the hotel first opened I think we got an AP rate of $199, but this was back in 2002/2003.

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