Great hotel. Perfect for travelers since it's close to the airport. Clean rooms. Good breakfast buffet (that thanks to Expedia membership we got to enjoy for free). The staff was so friendly! Overall we had a great stay at this hotel and when in the area again we will stay here again.
Had a great stay. Location is amazing-very close to beach & within walking distance of plenty restaurants & bars. Staff are very friendly & helpful. Rooms spacious with big comfy beds and very clean. Lots of amenities including free parking, breakfast, newspapers. Also rooms very well equipped with tea/coffee making facilities, fridge, safe, iron. Roof terrace offers lovely views too! Would definitely recommend!
Traveller from Edinburgh, UK
Great location.. The feel of a bed and breakfast in a resort location. Exciting nightlife. Unique shops and restaurants …More
This was my second stay at this hotel and it's a great choice on the PCH. So many other hotels are too pricey and very dated. This hotel renovated in the last year and you can tell! They did a great job-'rooms are modern and clean. They have all the beach toys you need- super close to beach-'bike to rent are a plus. Breakfast is fine- not quite are good as a Hampton but still some choice and hot food. Staff is GREAT. Really my only complaint is they use the small square and very full pillows some of the hotels are now turning too and being small they hurt my neck. We were only there one night so I didn't ask if they had anything else. But will stay again!
We were able to check in at 10:00 am which was great! The room was clean, bed was comfortable but the bay building was a little dated. I was very disappointed when I checked out of the hotel and had $25 resort fees, $25 parking fees and taxes added onto our bill. I was aware of the $25 resort fee but sadly assumed that covered the parking. We didn't use any of the resort options as the weather didn't cooperate with the pool and we decided to spend our time at the ocean instead.
Newport Beach's affluent population frequents the three-mile-long Balboa Peninsula, home to a picturesque waterfront pavilion and the Balboa Fun Zone, an arcade with carnival rides, shops, restaurants, and the Newport Harbor Nautical Museum. Nearby Newport Pier includes the Dory Fishing Fleet and Fish Market, where fishermen sell their daily catch to the public each morning on the shore.