Located on 42 acres within the cosseted Anza-Borrego Desert State Park—150 miles from Los Angeles on the eastern side of San Diego County—the 63-room Borrego Ranch Resort & Spa presents a welcome flee from the contemporary world. This place was originally built be the newspaper magnate James J. Copley as La Casa del Zorro, but now in this renovated resort, guests can mark roadrunners, golden eagle, and wildflowers in bloom as they hike the canyon slots of the close by badlands.
This Resort offers guests to climb the rock wall, play lawn chess, or simply relax and enjoy the tranquility with a fine book under a cabana at one of five swimming pools. This Resort even has a library to give you some of the masterpieces.
Other actions comprise stargazing with a local astronomer, yoga, tennis, or golf at the neighboring Tom Fazio-designed Signature Golf Course. Spa-goers will definitely value Morado—the spa offers professional massages by well-trained therapists. All this healthful living terminates in the resort’s indoor/outdoor connoisseur restaurant, Cimarrón, where executive chef Jo Ann Plympton prepares palatable, in-season gastronomy that pairs well with the collection of California wines stocked in the property’s cellar.