First let's be clear, it is vital that you make sure you are getting a unit facing the beach. Most of these units for prime weeks are already assigned to owners so you may need to rent from one of them. If so the resort can provides names with weeks available. We were in a third floor unit facing the beach and we were very pleased. Yes the rooms are a little dated and small but we spent most of our time on the beach or the deck. There were two bathrooms, one bedroom, a murphy bed (so you could sleep up to 4), and a small but fully functional kitchen. With a couple trips to Trader Joe's for some groceries and wine, the kitchen, and the large deck with a good sized gas grill, we were able to enjoy the majority of our breakfasts and lunches along with a few dinners on the deck watching the waves roll in. We were able to save at least $400 on restaurant and bar tabs and I've never eaten at a Laguna restaurant with a better view. Also the price for the week was about $1,000 less than we used to pay for a week at a beachfront hotel. As long as you are careful to make sure you are getting what you want, I don't see how anyone wouldn't be happy.
- Also Known As:
- Laguna Surf Hotel Laguna Beach
- Laguna Surf Hotel
- Laguna Surf Hotel Beach