(Los Angeles, California) - With beaches closed, who wouldn't want to spend a few hours luxuriating at a luxury resort by the pool? With cocktails, spas, and beach views, this cool, Orange County resort, only 50 minutes from downtown Los Angeles, provides locals and non-guests the opportunity to do just that! The best part for locals is you don't have to travel far to get there.
We love it that Los Angeles and Orange County locals have a chance to enjoy things usually reserved for tourists! Thanks to booking sites such as resortpass.com offering a day pass to non-guests, spending a relaxing day at this luxury Los Angeles, California resort is now possible. A day pass allows you to use the pool, spa, and amenities at the hotel for the day. It is a perfect way to have a mini vacation without the travel time.
Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa, California
This oceanfront escape is one of Los Angeles's best resorts. The luxurious California resort features ocean views and lush tropical grounds.
The beachfront resort has multiple pools, and with so much on offer, you won't need to go to the beach to get enjoyment. Sipping tropical cocktails poolside and relaxing in the jacuzzi sounds like the perfect daycation to us and is one of our favorite travel activities!
The Day Pass includes Mankota's main lagoon-style pool, Slyder's pool (consists of three waterslides), Spa Grotto, jacuzzis, and beach access.
Additionally, you receive complimentary wifi and discounted valet parking for only $10.
There are also kids' activities and bike rentals available at the resort.
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Alternatively, you can upgrade to Mankota's Cabana for the ultimate luxury. With Day Passes for up to 4 people, it includes a shaded cabana with sofa seating & two chaise lounge chairs, a fruit plate, bottled waters, a flat-screen TV, and a ceiling fan.
Day Passes start from $60. Book online in advance.
The Spa Pass at the Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa
If relaxing by the pool isn't enough indulgence, we recommend that you get a Spa Pass along with your pool day pass.
It includes whirlpools, a 20,000 square-foot Pacific Waters Spa, sauna, steam room, fitness center, waterfall showers, and Outdoor relaxation areas.
Additionally, men's & women's locker rooms with a personal locker are included. Also, your receive 4 hours validated parking.
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"I was very amazed by the service at this hotel. Everyone was super helpful at the front desk and check in was a breeze. Absolutely loved the salt water pool. It was heated and so clean! The drinks and food at the pool were very fairly priced and quite delicious. The view is super stunning of the ocean. I would travel there again and there was nothing negative in the whole process. I really enjoyed my day by the pool at the Hyatt!" - Mariyetta A., ResortPass, September 2021.
Food & drinks at Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa
Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa offers two full-service restaurants, poolside dining, grab 'n go market, and a pizzeria.
For fine dining, Watertable awarded Open Table's Diner's Choice Top 100 Restaurants, offers American fare highlighting California produce and vintage California wines. We would travel there just for a seat at this California restaurant alone.
Pete's Sunset Grille is more laidback proudly serves Instagramable specialty dishes from coastal destinations around the world. Think fish tacos and beach-inspired cocktails surrounded by surfing memorabilia.
Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa is 50 minutes travel time from downtown Los Angeles, California, or 1 hr 50-minute travel time from San Diego, California.
21500 Pacific Coast Hwy, Huntington Beach, California. Bookings.
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