Resting right on the beach in Laguna, this hotel is the ultimate in luxury. The hotel is ideal for romantic weekends; you can hear the crashing waves from your room and every room has a private balcony with an ocean view. Get a room on the second floor if you can, where the view is the best. Rooms are pricey but well worth it. The service is impeccable and they will cater to your every need. Splashes, the hotel restaurant, serves Mediterranean cuisine and you can even pamper yourself at their on-site spa.
This hotel was founded at the turn of the century as an artist colony. Nowadays it is a beautiful place to stay with gorgeous views from all the rooms. It feels very much like a seaside Mediterranean villa and the sophisticated ocean decor creates a welcoming yet elegant ambiance. The hotel is also within walking distance of many great restaurants and shops.
A block-and-a-half from the bustling Main Beach Park and downtown, Pacific Edge Hotel is within walking distant to just about anywhere you'd like to go in Laguna Beach. But even more importantly, the almost motel-like rates include access to a private beach and a full array of special services, such as a fitness program on the beach, access to Laguna Health Club, and a discount at local restaurants, shops and galleries. The hotel also has a focus on eco-friendliness. Hybrid cars get 50-percent off on valet parking. For each night of your stay, they donate a small share to the Ocean Institute and the Pacific Marine Mammal Center.
The Island Hotel offers premier accommodations in Newport Beach. With lavish views of Newport Harbor and the surrounding coastline and islands, each room is set up with the finest accoutrements - lush down pillows and exclusively designed mattresses. Regardless of your reason for visiting, you'll find a delightful respite here, with a tropical pool, fitness center and spa, lighted tennis courts, and nearby entertainment including theater, shopping, sailing, and beaches. A massive conference hall and meeting space, and two delicious, award-winning dining options make The Island Hotel Newport Beach a terrific option for business or pleasure.
Newport Dunes is a different kind of all-inclusive resort. It accommodates all types of vacationers, whether an RV vacationer or a cottage renter or a camper, with its impressive array of services and facilities. You may even choose to spend the entire vacation within the property - swimming, cruising the harbor, wining and dining, watching movies on the beach and partying. Or between the activities, make time for the Upper Newport Bay Ecological Reserve, Fashion Island and Balboa Island, which are all within one mile of the resort.
The only challenge of staying at the Newport Beach Marriott Hotel & Spa is that you're not going to want to leave. The relaxing, welcoming and comfortable atmosphere of the hotel and spa makes it an ideal place to stay in one of Southern California's most beautiful beach cities. It'll be easy to slow down and relax with the rooms' panoramic views of the Pacific and in the tranquility of Pure Blue, the hotel's rejuvenating spa. But if you are looking for adventure and action, Newport Beach's world-class golf courses, shopping spots, beaches and attractions are all at the hotel's doorstep. With a state-of-the-art conference center and wonderful catering services, the Newport Beach Marriott Hotel & Spa is also an ideal place to host your business and social event.
Featuring an outdoor pool, this Laguna Beach House is near the beach and 5 miles from Crystal Cove State Park. Pillow-top mattresses and with free WiFi is provided in all rooms. Ocean views are featured. All rooms at Laguna Beach House are non-smoking, have views of the pool and include flat-screen cable TVs with HBO film channels. Each room features a sitting area with chairs. A refrigerator is available in the rooms as well. Beach chairs and umbrellas are available at reception. Free coffee and yogurt parfaits are served at daybreak. A free nightly wine hour is featured at sunset. The Laguna Beach House is 3 miles from the Pacific Marine Mammal Center and 11 miles from the University of California Irvine. Guests are nearby shopping, dining and many art galleries.