The room was nice enough although the jet tub was broken. The bed was so comfortable as well as great pillows! The room we were given was right on the highway so traffic sounds were a little loud. Otherwise overall nice room for the price.
Located on the Pacific Coast Highway at Bluebird Canyon in Laguna Beach, the blue waters of the Pacific are conveniently …More
I booked a two night stay for our wedding celebration. I requested a large suite and was assured that were available. We arrived for our first night and stay in the smallest room ever for $200.00+ not including addl monies held with addl incentives. Although, we were extremely displeased with the first day stay we were moved to a larger suite with champagne and delicious desserts. This really help comfort my new bride after she knew I booked our stay 2 nearly 6 weeks prior.
Traveller from San Bernardino, CA
This seaside historic boutique hotel circa 1929, once stomping ground of Hollywood starlets, sits in the heart of Laguna …More
We stayed for three nights at the Laguna Inn and loved it. The terrace was an amazing spot for morning coffee before walking along the boardwalk access right out the back door. The location right next to the beach was amazing as well
Traveller from Seattle
Located in Laguna Beach, this beachfront hotel is in the city center, just steps from Laguna Art Museum and Main Beach Park …More
We really liked our weekend at the Ranch. Only a couple hiccups, parking can be a problem if you get a good spot leave your car and use the Trolly, if you can catch it, almost have to jump in front of it to get a ride. The other thing would be the restaurant, very good food and our waitress was excellent! However they wouldn't take any reservations from 6-8 (when most people eat) so we took a 5;45, at no point was the place any more than 30% full, they just don't have enough staff is my only guess, a little odd but other than that this is a very nice place to stay, short walk to be beach and away from the busy downtown area.
Traveller from Costa Mesa, Ca
Just an hour’s drive south of Los Angeles, Laguna Beach is synonymous with laid-back luxury. Aliso Beach, a family-friendly …More
Laguna Beach was the fifth stop( two night stay) in a six city fifteen day train excursion with my older brother. The first four cities( Seattle, San Francisco, Morro-Bay, San Diego) staying only one night in each of the cities. Finishing the trip we stayed two nights in Santa Fe and then back home to Indiana.
Located in Laguna Beach, this beachfront hotel is in the city center and within 1 mi (2 km) of Laguna Art Museum and Main …More
This is my third time visiting this hotel. I won't go anywhere else. The staff is knowledgeable & friendly. Made my entire family feel right at home. The location is wonderful as it's very close to town - within walking distance. Every morning we woke up to a wonderful view of the beach. Love this place. I definetly recomand this hotel.
Traveller from las vegas
Located in Laguna Beach, this hotel is one block from both the beach and Heisler Park. Newport Pier is 9 miles away, and …More
Quick overnight for work. Great beach location. A good hotel if you have a clear expectation. This is a good value if you can acquire a ocean view room for the price of a non ocean view room and are willing to give up the niceties of a business hotel for a beach town, surf spot atmosphere. Breakfast was unattended, and was packaged cereal and prepackaged pastries. Although adequate, it lacked presentation and service. The hotel restaurant was closed on a Tuesday night. The facility is an older architecture with a freshly remodeled face. The remodel was attractive, and partially made up for the age of the structure. Small details such as worn furniture, lack of readily available outlets, and overall hallway noise activity were detractors. However, the remodeled atmosphere was attractive, the room seemed secure, and about 1/3 of the rooms available had ocean views. I would stay here again for fun and leisure.
Traveller from Napa, CA
Located in Balboa Peninsula, this hotel is steps from Balboa Pavilion and Balboa Pier. Newport Pier is 1.8 mi (2.9 km) away.More
Reality TV portrays Laguna Beach as the land of the young and spoiled. But beneath this veneer is a city rooted in the arts. The Laguna Playhouse is one of the oldest theaters in the West Coast. The city also hosts the annual Festival of the Arts/Pageant of the Masters and the Sawdust Art Festival. West of Laguna Beach, Crystal Cove State Park’s unspoiled beach attracts snorkelers and divers.