California | Huntington Beach

The beach resorts of Greater Los Angeles have recently been under the spotlight in a whole host of US films and television programmes, providing great exposure of their boutique shopping, chic dining and of course superb beaches. If you want to wake each morning to the sound of the surf and enjoy days in a seaside atmosphere, yet still have easy access to Los Angeles’ attractions, one of California’s beaches is an ideal choice.

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Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa

Huntington Beach

moderate deluxe


Huntington Beach, also known as 'Surf City USA', is conveniently located between San Diego and Los Angeles, and boasts eight miles of pristine beaches. A short walk brings you to surf-style shops and cafes.


The spectacular ocean views and lush landscaping create a sense of casual elegance. The resort features 517 tastefully decorated rooms, including 57 suites, housed in four storey buildings. All have a private terrace with scenic views, large bathrooms in natural stone and a great selection of in-room amenities, including flat screen televisions and iPod docking stations.


Prepare to be pampered at the spa, relax by the pool or take the private pedestrian bridge to the beach, where complimentary beach chairs, towels and umbrellas are available. Those who prefer to stay by the pool have a choice of the resorts lagoon-style swimming pool or the Slyders Water Playground pool area which features slides, cabanas, bar & café, hot tub and a children’s wading pool. Kids aged 3 to 12 years can enjoy Camp Hyatt, playing both indoors and outdoors and learning about the flora, fauna, culture and geography of the region alongside other young guests. Try the casual Pete's Sunset Grille or enjoy a mouthwatering array of seasonal, regional American fayre paired with a distinguished selection of vintage world-class wines, craft brews and cocktails at the new Watertable restaurant. Start the evening with some tasty creative cocktails in the Red Chair Lounge. An onsite retail plaza with art gallery, Toes on the Noes activity centre, grocery store and souvenir shop are available, with Huntington Beach Pier close by. If you’re heading to Disneyland for the day, there’s a complimentary shuttle service for guests that operates between the end of May and early September in addition to the last two weeks of December.


From £97 per person per night, based on twin occupancy of a Resort View room. Other room categories available on request.


4th Night Free September 4th 2014 to May 21st 2015. and September 8th 2015 to March 31st 2016.

5th Night Free June 22nd to September 3rd 2014 and May 22nd to September 7th 2015.

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