Casa Laguna is a must! Awesome views, next to the beach, free shuttle to downtown Laguna Beach with great dining. Hotel staff was amazing. I recommend the SPA! Couples massages with a hot tub soak after is a must. The rooms were to notch very elegant and chic. I would return to Casa Laguna anytime!!!
Traveller from West Hollywood, CA
Situated near the beach, this boutique inn is within a 15-minute walk of Moss Point Beach and Victoria Beach. Main Beach Park …More
This hotel has a great location right on the harbor where you can just walk across the parking lot to the boardwalk. The courtyard view rooms look across the courtyard toward other rooms and the courtyard is small so the other rooms seem close, however, you can look to the side from the balcony for a view of the harbor. The hotel shows it's age in some areas, but overall was clean and comfortable. We enjoyed the easy access to the harbor with shops and restaurants within easy walking distance. Light breakfast was provided on the main level, with outdoor patio seating, which was a nice amenity. We would definitely stay there again.
Traveller from Virginia
This hotel is in Dana Point, California, part of the Dana Point Marina. Mission San Juan Capistrano is 4.9 miles away.More
Awesome hotel. Expensive but worth it. Amazing staff from the valet to the front desk, restaurants, lounge, etc. beautiful views from all common areas and restaurants. Kind of wish the main pool faces the ocean, but not a deal breaker...would go back in a heartbeat.
Traveller from southlake texas
This recently updated property is perched atop a 150-foot bluff with views of the Pacific Ocean, less than 6 miles from San …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.