With views of broad sands and waves breaking along the landmark Huntington Beach Pier, Shorebreak Hotel finds inspiration in its incredible oceanfront setting, which happens to be one the world’s most iconic surf destinations too. Here, you can look at the Huntington Beach scene, across the legendary “PCH” (Pacific Coast Highway). Surf-themed art decorates guest rooms and the contemporary lobby, which also sports wood accents reminiscent of driftwood. Grasses and succulents fill the outdoor court and garden, bringing the feeling of the beach right onto the hotel property. If you want to head out and explore, one of the hotel’s “beach butlers” can get you bikes, surfboards, or even a kite to fly above the sand.
At night, walk to restaurants on nearby Main Street, or just relax at the hotel. With private fire pits and locally sourced California cuisine at Zimzala Restaurant, Shorebreak is a pretty undeniably special place to be.
Whether it is manicured beach towns or celebrated theme parks, all framed by oceanfront towns and luxury yachts, 'The OC' stands out as one of the state’s most iconic destinations. The always amazing Disneyland Resort, about one hours’ drive south of Los Angeles and two hours’ north of San Diego, continues to be one of the best loved theme parks in the world, while Knott’s Berry Farms and other OC attractions amp up the fun metre.
“Surfing is like golf. . . it keeps knocking you down. But when you stay with it and catch that wave. . . magic.” --actor Dennis Quaid
Shop at spectacular South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa, or get the surfer look in Huntington Beach, aka Surf City, USA.
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