Orange County – Your Next Vacation Destination in California

Corona Del Mar, Newport Beach, Orange County, California

Beaches, hills, museums, theme parks, and sports arenas, Orange County awaits you with its diverse attractions.  The county comprises large and small cities including Anaheim, the home to Disneyland. The spectacular beach towns of Newport Beach and Seal Beach promise luxurious retreats. Huntington Beach is a surfers’ paradise. The botanical gardens and wilderness parks in Laguna Niguel offer ample scope for outdoor adventure. Explore the beauty of the place and stay in some of the best hotels in Orange County.

Disneyland, Anaheim, Orange County, CA

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Hyatt Regency Orange County – Enjoy Vacation with Family

With spectacular settings, spacious rooms, and pet-friendly policies, Hyatt Regency Orange County is an ideal getaway for families and vacationers. The hotel’s proximity to Anaheim and shuttle service to and from the Disneyland Resort makes it a convenient choice for vacationers. Orange County beaches, shopping centers, and Anaheim sports stadiums are also a short drive away from this hotel. After a busy day at the theme parks, return to the hotel’s guest rooms featuring luxurious beds with pillow-top mattresses, televisions with favorite entertainment channels, and complimentary Wi-Fi access or unwind at the heated outdoor pool.

Hilton Irvine Orange County Airport – Work and Unwind

Located within walking distance from John Wayne Airport, Hilton Irvine Orange County Airport offers quick access to Newport and Huntington beaches. The hotel’s convenient location makes it easy for travelers to explore the local attractions such as South Coast Plaza and Spectrum Shopping Center. The rooms come with the hotel’s signature bedding, 42-inch HDTV, large work desks, Wi-Fi, telephones, and room service. Business amenities include photocopying and printing services, video conferencing, and audio/visual equipment rental at the hotel’s business center.

huntington beach, orange county, hotels

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Wyndham Irvine Orange County Airport – Combine Business and Leisure

Wyndham Irvine Orange County Airport is another convenient option for business travelers. The hotel offers quick access to John Wayne Airport and several corporate offices in the county. Free Wi-Fi, work desk with ergonomic chair, HD television, plush beds and premium bath accessories are some of the room amenities to help you stay productive and relaxed. The hotel’s business center is also open 24 hours. Other amenities include fitness center, outdoor sports courts, heated indoor pool, and free shuttle service to local attractions.

Atrium Hotel – Walk and Explore Local Attractions

Located close to the Orange County airport, Atrium Hotel offers quick access to the beaches, museums, and shopping centers. Elegantly decorated rooms come with king or queen beds, televisions, and private balconies. A range of leisure amenities includes a heated outdoor pool with pool lounge and private cabana, restaurant, and bar. Business travelers can take advantage of the hotel’s private executive business center, free Wi-Fi, and transportation to and from the airport.

Torrey Pines, Orange County, california, pacific

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Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines – Stay Close to Nature

Nestled at the Torrey Pines State Reserve, Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines offers spectacular views of the Torrey Pines Golf Course and the Pacific Ocean. The hotel offers an excellent opportunity for hiking in the nearby villages of Del Mar and La Jolla. Enjoy the spa services, play a game of tennis, relax in the outdoor pool, or get out and explore the beaches of Del Mar, there are many ways to unwind at Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines. Business amenities include fax, photocopiers, printers, modems, Wi-Fi, and office rentals.

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