Weekend Getaway: Laguna Beach

February 25, 2016 - garden totes

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Laguna Beach

Posted Feb. 24, 2016, 1:44 pm

Brenton Garen / Editor-in-Chief

Laguna Beach’s
seven-mile coastline has 30 coves and beaches, some of a best in
California. It also has some-more beachfront camp than any other city in the
Golden State. Pair this with award-winning restaurants, unique
shopping boutiques, and highly-regarded art galleries there are copiousness of
reasons to cruise a weekend getaway in this old-fashioned beach town. 

Whether it’s snorkeling, swimming,
surfing, paddle boarding, personification volleyball, or exploring a waves pools, the
area’s scarcely 8 miles of seashore offers activities for any mood. 

Laguna Beach also offers a variety
of festivals and happenings including a monthly Art Walk, rarely anticipated
Festival of Arts and Pageant of a Masters, and a Sawdust Arts
Festival. 

Twenty-thousand acres of wilderness
attack hikers, bicyclists, bird watchers and plein atmosphere painters to a verdant
hills, thespian cliffs and stately canyons.

For a full list of things to do, places
to stay, and where to eat, visit  visitlagunabeach.com.

The Inn during Laguna Beach

Perched above a bluffs unaware the
Pacific Ocean, sits a Southern California beach retreat, The Inn during Laguna
Beach. This boutique hotel recently denounced a multi-million dollar
environmentally-sensitive restoration Jun 1, 2012.

This Pacific Coast valuables has been
modernized and upgraded to yield a ideal shun for an insinuate and
relaxed getaway. The Inn at Laguna Beach is situated in an iconic
location on a cliffs of Laguna Beach and adjacent to Main Beach. The hotel is
also only stairs divided from a shops, restaurants, and art galleries of
downtown Laguna Beach. 

The Inn during Laguna Beach comforts 70
well-appointed guest rooms, a roof tip square with a glow pit, newly renovated
swimming pool and well-developed meetings facilities.

The Inn during Laguna Beach has attracted
visitors from opposite a creation and with a endless restoration and enhanced
amenities will acquire a subsequent epoch of guest this summer.

Each guest room captures a beachside
feel of a environment, while providing a new knowledge and contemporary
touches for today’s guest. Reflecting a worldly beach stylish style, the
accommodations are spacious, fresh, and welcoming with purify lines, upgraded
finishes and an understated pattern sensibility.

The well-appointed guest bedrooms feature
plush pillow-top beds with, 250 thread count linens and lush spa-inspired
bathrooms. All bedrooms underline a prosaic shade television, Wi-Fi entrance and king,
queen, double, and twin beds.

The Inn at Laguna Beach offers
several dining choices including a morning coffee, extract and fritter service,
libations and light transport in a Poolside Bar, a nightly booze hour in a Lobby,
as good as room use accessible via a day.

The Inn at Laguna Beach is
located during 211 N. Pacific Coast Highway, Laguna Beach. For
reservations or some-more information, call 800.544.4479 or
visit innatlagunabeach.com.

Laguna Beach House

Perched above Laguna Beach’s
picturesque seashore sits a new Southern California retreat,
the Laguna Beach House. The boutique hotel debuted on April
1 last year after a $1.5 million renovation, that enclosed revitalizing
all 36 guest bedrooms and open spaces, as good as a lobby, an stretched pool
deck, and code new assembly space. 

The hotel is stairs from a shops,
restaurants, and art galleries of downtown Laguna Beach, as good as
Main Beach, one of Southern California’s many distinguished and ancestral beaches. 

Upon arrival, guest are immediately
immersed into a Southern California roller culture. Chic coastal décor and
vintage chair emanate a demeanour and feel of an open, ethereal beach lodge with
a palette of natural, comfortable colors with colourful pops. 

Oceanic scenes are decorated in the
design and a artwork, and surf, skate, and silt accents are widespread throughout
the property. 

The stretched pool area features
comfortable, infrequent loll chair and a glow pit, creation it a ideal place
to relax underneath a object or stars in Laguna’s pleasing year-round weather.

The new, lengthened run acts as a
gathering area for guest to association during nightly booze hours with General
Manager Rachel Tejeda.

Visitors can also cocktail in any morning
for a daily roller report, displayed on a chalkboard.

Laguna Beach House guest bedrooms are
designed to simulate a laidback California vibe with beach accents
abound. 

Twenty accommodations underline private
balconies with garden tables, chairs, and coastal views. All bedrooms underline a
flat shade television, Wi-Fi access, and aristocrat or double black beds. 

Succulents, selected roller books, small
handcrafted instruments, board totes and coastal-inspired accessories are
displayed via a guestrooms. Custom-made surfboards hang over a beds.
If guest wish to strike a waves, they can also opt to buy a surfboard
on-site. 

The hotel consecrated a custom-designed
Laguna Beach end print suggestive of selected transport posters, which
will go in any guest room. T-shirts and posters of a singular book artwork
are also accessible for sale. Vintage 1970’s epoch Gordon Smith skateboards
serve as towel racks in all bathrooms, that have been entirely remodeled.

Laguna Beach House offers several dining
choices including nominal morning coffee, a nightly booze hour during sunset,
and divert and cookies before bedtime.

Laguna Beach House is located at
475 North Pacific Coast Highway, Laguna Beach.

For some-more information or
reservations, 800.287.0007 or visit thelagunabeachhouse.com.

The Rooftop Lounge

Leave your worries during a doorway of La
Casa del Camino hotel in Laguna Beach and conduct adult to a roof.

A internal favorite and a must-see for
visitors, The Rooftop Lounge offers a front quarrel chair for a spectacular
sunset. 

Indulge in one of a best happy hours
in town, with signature uninformed fruit Mojitos and one truly extraordinary panoramic
ocean perspective while sampling tiny bites and California infrequent cuisine.

The Rooftop Lounge is a ideal venue
for any arise including weddings, private parties, meetings or corporate
events with indoor/outdoor space, on-site catering and a staff dedicated to
your any need.

It’s located during 1289 S. Coast
Highway, Laguna Beach. For reservations or some-more information,
call 855.990.0282 or visit rooftoplagunabeach.com.

Mozambique

Mozambique Restaurant and Coastal Lounge
brings a tastes and smells from a beaches of Mozambique in South Africa
to Laguna Beach – formulating an memorable knowledge that is exotic
and nonetheless tighten to heart and home.

So either we are entrance for Peri-Peri
Prawns on a patio, or an memorable beef in one of a several dining
rooms, we will always leave with a same feeling… wanting to come behind soon
with family and friends.

It’s located during 1740 S. Coast
Highway, Laguna Beach. For reservations or some-more information, call
949.715.7777 or visit mozambiqueoc.com

Skyloft

Skyloft offers sea views and rooftop
dining in a relaxing atmosphere with quick and accessible service. The menu
features a change of seafood, steaks, salads, sandwiches and specialty
smokehouse BBQ items. Skyloft also boasts dual full bars that offer a selection
of hand-crafted cocktails, California coastal wines, and internal craft
brews. 

Guests can also suffer nightly live
performances from a state-of-the-art song theatre or watch their favorite team
on a high clarification TV’s via a restaurant. Skyloft also offers
various options for private and semi-private events.

Skyloft non-stop in late Oct 2015 in
the downtown mezzanine above Tommy Bahama. This is Mozambique owners Ivan Spiers’
second Laguna restaurant. 

It’s located during 422 S. Coast Highway, Laguna Beach.
For reservations or some-more information, call 949.715.1550 or
visit www.skyloftoc.com.

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