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Of all the pricey spots along the coast to choose for a summer vacation, San Diego's Pacific Beach ranks as the costliest beach town in California for visitors, according to a new survey released by LosAngelesHotels.org.

At an average $267 nightly stay, the neighborhood known locally as a nightlife hotspot for twentysomethings tops the Los Angeles beach towns of Marina Del Rey ($265) and Santa Monica ($259), even trumping local high-society destinations such as Coronado ($232) and Del Mar (at $194, not even among the 10 costliest destinations).

Rankings were established by averaging nightly rates of a double-occupancy room during the tourist-heavy month of August, and hotels with an industry ranking lower than three stars or not in close proximity to a beach access point were excluded.

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dwbat Aug. 4, 2016 @ 2:15 p.m.

Well, maybe because you can't swing a dead cat without hitting the entrance to a saloon!


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