California Hotels & Resorts

More California Hotels & Resorts

Beaches, mountains, deserts, oh my! California hotels and resorts provide some of the most diverse scenery of any state in the USA. The world truly is your oyster here, so pick your setting and find the perfect resort to provide it!

  • Surf & Sand Resort, Laguna Beach.
    155 rooms, 13 suites. Rooms stand above the rocky ocean’s edge and you fall asleep to the sound of the waves. Rooms have a clean no fuss decor with ultra comfortable beds, balconies and panoramic ocean views. Picturesque downtown Laguna Beach, famous for its art galleries and cozy restaurants, is just minutes away.
    Address: 1555 South Coast Highway
    Phone: 949-497-4477
  • The Inn at Morro Bay, Morro Bay.
    97 rooms. Bird watchers love this picturesque hotel that stands beside Morro Bay State Park and a heron preserve. Reserve a room with a private deck and be sure to be on it with a glass of wine at sunset. Beds are especially comfortable. Splurge on a large one with a fireplace. By day, you can borrow a bike and go exploring. The peace and quiet will inspire your dreams.
    Address: 60 State Park Road
    Phone: 808-772-5651
  • The Huntington Hotel, San Francisco.
    135 rooms, 12 suites. Atop Nob Hill just across from a park and the Pacific Club, this Old World, service oriented establishment that is popular with travelers-in-the-know makes you feel like a native. Rooms are spacious but furnished as if they were a comfortable private home. The dark paneled restaurant and bar are as sophisticated as they come and have the aura and romance of a private club. You can have as much privacy as you want. Service is personalized and the concierge can arrange just about anything.
    Address: 1075 California St. at Taylor
    Phone: 415-474-5400
  • The Beverly Hills Hotel, Los Angeles.
    204 rooms, 21 bungalows. You’ll feel like movie stars as you stroll the grounds and gardens and relax by the pool at this Grand Dame of Los Angeles hotels. Celebrities still flock here. The Polo Lounge restaurant has been a meeting place for the rich and famous for years, and Hollywood history is in the air. Large marble bathrooms, sumptuous beds and spacious living areas keep the hotel popular.
    Address: 9641 Sunset Boulevard
    Phone: 310-276-2251
  • The Parker Palm Springs, Palm Springs.
    115 rooms, 12 suites. This is one of the livliest and most outrageous places to stay in Frank Sinatra’s old stomping grounds. Walk to your room through a desert garden and chill out around the pool or in the hammock on your balcony. The atmosphere in the public areas is lively and action packed. You’ll feel like a celebrity couple here.
    Address: 1200 East Palm Canyon Drive
    Phone: 760-770-5000
  • Mission Inn, Riverside.
    211 rooms, 28 suites. Step into the past as you begin your new life as a couple. This Spanish colonial estate surrounded by beautiful gardens is a national historic landmark. More than one U. S. president has spent his wedding night here and many more have visited. Comfortable rooms, great restaurants (Don’t miss the Sunday brunch) and a spa add to the appeal.
    Address: 3649 Mission Inn Ave.
    Phone: 951-784-0300

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