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San Diego, California, United States
Del Webb's hotel OceanHouse was located on the Pacific Coast Highway on Mission Bay.
Del Webb was an American real-estate developer, and a co-owner of the New York Yankees baseball club. He also built the Kuilima Hotel & Resort (now known as the Turtle Bay Resort) in Hawaii.
Opened in 1962, with design by Las Vegas architect Martin Stern, Jr. (1917-2001).
The complex sat on several acres, had 200 rooms in the hotel, a dining room, coffee shop, the Jolly Roger cocktail lounge, and banquet and convention facilities to accommodate up to 1,000.
The most notable tiki features were several impressive carvings around the pool area. The cocktail lounge was not a tiki bar, but was a deeply immersive nautical themed space.
It was sold two years later to become the Hilton San Diego Inn, becoming the Hilton San Diego Resort & Spa, renovated in 2007.
Currently (as of 2022) owned by Noble House Hotels & Resorts and branded as the San Diego Mission Bay Resort. No trace of the tikis today...