The property itself, while old, is well kept up. There are a variety of pool options and a few activities, and plenty of golf. It must have been built before ADA requirements because we had to tote our luggage up 3 flights of stairs (not a problem for a 1-night stay but definitely if staying longer or carrying groceries). The suite we were in was quite nice and well appointed. The bed was very comfortable, and the view was nice. Great proximity to Temecula wine country and even some local Escondido wineries.
On the downside:
Dining options on site are weak, and the closest restaurant is about 8-10 miles. It is well suited to those who want to bring in and cook or bbq their own food, but we were only there one night.
Our check-in, while promised for 4:00 p.m., didn't happen because the room wasn't ready. We had arrived at 10:30 a.m., so it was a very long wait, and it turned out they could have given us another similar room but no one bothered to think that through. Lots of time on hold on the phone or waiting at the front desk to be able to finally get checked in. The front desk manager, while smiling and apologizing, didn't seem very sincere about his apologies and blamed others. Their remedy was waiving the $21 resort fee and extending our checkout two hours to noon, but at that point our experience had been soured and it didn't give us any real time to enjoy the resort. For what we paid, there are better resort options available.