Mission Pacific Hotel

Oceanside, California


131,467 SF  | 161 Rooms and 38 Suites

Drawing inspiration from the City of Oceanside’s natural beauty, awe-inspiring views, and laid-back attitude, the Mission Pacific Hotel boasts a captivating architectural design that embodies the Southern California beach house aesthetic. Situated within a 2.8-acre development close to the Oceanside Pier, this resort forms the most significant oceanfront project in San Diego County in over 50 years.

Encompassing an entire city block, the Mission Pacific Hotel offers 161 guestrooms, including 38 suites, all thoughtfully designed to provide comfort and tranquility. The interiors have a soothing quality with gentle colors and textures that allow guests to unwind and embrace the coastal charm. Meeting spaces offer ocean views with outdoor spaces or a courtyard lawn for weddings.
Home to Oceanside’s first rooftop bar, it provides a unique vantage point to savor the sweeping ocean vistas and views of the
landmark pier.

The hotel is also honored to boast the first Michelin star restaurant in the area adding to the casual elegance integrated throughout the design. At the heart of the hotel’s courtyard lies The Graves House, an iconic Victorian home featured in the beloved 1980s’ Top Gun feature film.

Having undergone a meticulous historical restoration, The Graves House now houses a boutique pie shop. This charming addition adds a touch of nostalgia and historical significance, enriching the overall guest experience.

Interior Design by EDG.