"Nice Hotel with facilities right on the beach exce"
It was our first time to Laguna beach and we were not quite sure where to stay and what to do
this hotel had all our needs covered although the rooms a little bit small location and facilities were fabululoius
I probably got this rate because of the ongoing construction at the property. It was a bit away from my room and it did not bother me at all. Important thing for me was that the room was very new, clean and comfortable.
The Ranch at Laguna Beach is located just south of downtown Laguna Beach on the Pacific Coast Highway just 350 yards off …More
This place is like a little bed and breakfast that should be in Santa Barbara or Oregon somewhere. Quaint is the word that comes to mind.. I didn't have a bad experience here, at all. It just wasn't what I was expecting.
It's my fault for not checking closer on the map to see where it was exactly located and what was (more so WASNT) around. There really isn't much of anything in walking distance..
They offer a free happy hour which is really nice. Great wine selections and cheese/fruits/crackers etc. Cozy up next to the fire and enjoy!
The room was tiny, like itty bitty tiny. While there were some small upgrades, the space wasn't what I was expecting. The shower was so small, even for me at 5'2 and small framed, I hit my elbows trying to wash off. The walls are paper thin. Truly. Listening to the people next to us have a conversation at 12am and then sex wasn't at all enjoyable..
Breakfast was great! Portions are a little small when you first see them, but perfectly filling. I had the biscuits and gravy, delicious although the potato was slightly undercooked. My husband had the baked eggs and he thought it was great as well. It came with toast for dipping in the eggs, but they were cooked hard. He didn't mind..
The staff is extremely friendly and accommodating. I really had a nice time for one night with my husband, but I don't think I could do more than one night. I just prefer a different type of hotel. This one isn't "bad", at all.
The hotel was close to the the beach, though also a little too close to the Pacific Coast Highway meaning that there was a lot of noise from traffic amplified into the room. Overall, the advantages of that proximity to the beach outweighed the disadvantage of the noise from the traffic.
The staff was extremely friendly and accommodating. The hotel does not seem impressive from the outside but the rooms were solid and comfortable from the inside. The bed was extremely comfortable and provided for high quality sleep during the night.
Overall, it was a positive stay and I would repeat the experience in the future.
I had an incident in no way affected by the condition of the hotel. The staff and guests involved couldn't have been more nicer, more caring, more concerned or more ready to assist me if I needed them.
The location of the hotel was excellent for being close to our daily meeting up with family from Laguna Niguel.
I was forced to go for a cheaper hotel and was truly worried before I arrived. Turned out to be gorgeous, views of the ocean, fell asleep to the gentle roaring rise and fall. Huge rooms, super clean, nice and warm the way I like it. Minor noise from my neighbor's TV but it ended before I fell asleep. I'll be back if I ever need to stay in the area again. Best part might have been the kind and helpful folks behind the counter.
Traveller from San Diego
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Could not have been happier with our experience at the Laguna Cliffs resort. Room was well appointed and clean albeit a bit small. It overlooked the pool and jacuzzi whic were both really nice. The views from the grounds are spectacular. Close to the harbor and all the restaurants. Staff was friendly and helpful. Two thumbs up.
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.