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Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa
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Reviewed April 24, 2013

I am a local and have been to the Hyatt several times in the last year or so. It really is the best hotel in the area and is the only hotel I will pay the full price for (even though I usually don't). It has a great location (right across the beach and walkable to downtown), really comfortable, and family friendly. It is also super casual and not pretentious like a lot of hotels in Orange County. Spa, pools (with water-slides), restaurants, and rooms are all super nice.

Our last visit was no different. I want to give props to Jason at check in for trying to get us the best room possible, despite us booking on a prepaid site. This hotel really takes care of the locals and that is why we keep coming back.

My only complaint is the industry wide nickel and diming. $28 resort fee, $34 overnight parking, charges for internet... Really? It really is getting out of control.

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- Parking onsite expensive even if it is for a couple of hours. The lot across the street on PCH is about $15 a day; I don't think they allow overnight parking. There is some metered parking on PCH as well.
-Eat at the restaurant- yes, it is pricey... but so freaking good. The Sunday brunch is awesome and even has bottomless bloody's for $12. The restaurant is also on Restaurant.com.
-Travel Zoo and Hotwire has deals in the off season.
-The spa is pretty nice. Guests can use it, which is a total added bonus.
-There is a cheap place to eat breakfast/lunch called Kokomos along the beach path in the main lifeguard tower. It is a locals favorite and you can't beat the view.

  • Stayed: April 2013, traveled with family
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Reviewed April 21, 2013

I am an English 19 year old girl who stayed at the Hyatt in October with my parents for a few nights on our journey from San Francisco to San Diego. We found that the location of the hotel is perfect - right across from the beach and close to shops and bars. The Hyatt is beautiful; we loved the little outdoor lounges! Great pool and great staff - we had such a nice maid, I've forgotten her name now (woops), such a sweetheart and so polite.

Out of the 6 hotels that we stayed in on our trip to California (3 being Hyatts), myself and my parents decided that Huntington beach was our favourite. The only thing we could fault was the valet parking. Being British, we find valet parking to be quite a foreign thing to us, it's pretty much unheard of in the UK - we're perfectly capable, and quite like to, park our car ourselves rather than having to pay for it and wait at least 30mins for it to arrive. Good job we were only staying a few nights or we would have seriously been breaking the bank! There's nothing wrong with valet parking, but it's bad to not even have the option.

Altogether it was really nice though! I didn't even get kicked out of the bar - which was nice :)
We would definitely recommend the Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach!

P.S I'm really sorry, but I accidently stole a towel.

  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled with family
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1  Thank Maddie M
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Reviewed April 16, 2013

This is truly a resort. The grounds are stunningly gorgeous, and it is DIRECTLY across Pacific Coast Highway from the ocean. A VERY easy and safe walk, because the resort has an elevated foot bridge that goes over the highway so you don't need to worry about traffic. The rooms are nice - if not a little boring and pedestrian. You don't stay here for a sumptuous bathroom, you stay here for the pools, grounds, and park-like setting...and did I mention that it is DIRECTLY ACROSS THE STREET FROM THE OCEAN? Valet parking only, and it is pricey.

  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled on business
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1  Thank BernardRene
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Reviewed April 13, 2013

This is a great hotel and we would highly recommend it. The staff are very friendly and helpful, nothing is too much trouble and always a smile greets you. Reception could be busy but we always timed it so we didn't need to see them during their busy times, they were always so helpful, thanks especially to Victoria and Tyler for going the extra mile :-) We stayed for 14 nights; we found the room a little small for four of us so upgraded to a suite which was much better (the beds are seriously comfortable!)

The food is delicious, highly recommend the buffet which is quality food and keeps you full most of the day, thank you Amanda for always giving attentive and great service! The hotel surroundings are always immaculate. There are a few small shops, a coffee shop also sells fruit, bagels and croissants; a couple of gift shops, an art gallery (all the proceeds of which support an animal rescue shelter) and a surf shop. We only used the pool and spas once as we were out and about most of the time and there was a definite cold nip in the air! The spa water was lovely - really hot! The hotel is located well, a leisurely 20 minute walk to the vibrant pier and shopping strip....make sure you're there on a Tuesday 5-9pm when there's a market.

Downside? Expensive valet parking, even though the guys were fantastic....swift service and always friendly. Wifi could be a bit hit and miss sometimes and it was irritating having to log on every day. Our suite overlooked the spa grotto (which was lovely) but we had a few nights with noisy inconsiderate guests oblivious that maybe some of us either a) had children who needed to sleep and/or b) wanted an early night due to an early start in the morning; the hotel should make more of an effort to ensure guests are not overly noisy to the extent that they effect the quality of sleep/rest for others. Also, a superficial feel to one of the servers in the surf shop....we walked out a couple of times as she didn't really seem interested in helping us. The surfing instructor Jake, however, was a true star, a lovely helpful young man who taught our 10 year old to (more or less) surf in one 2hr lesson...well worth the money. To be honest though, these are very small gripes in relation to the hotel and holiday overall.

All in all, we would definitely recommend this super hotel and hope to revisit one day.

Room Tip: Suites if you can, the hotel were willing to negotiate on the rate for those staying a considerable amount of time.
  • Stayed: April 2013, traveled with family
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2  Thank Marilyn A
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Reviewed April 12, 2013 via mobile

The Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach is even better than the Internet photos show. The property is huge and sits in beautifully landscaped gardens with several pools, about 6 hot tons and several fire pits, which all function all day until 10 or 11pm (we were there early April). The water slides are also great for the kids and are open until 5pm. Rooms are large and very comfortable- and are really good value. The restaurants are a bit pricey as you would expect. Parking, however, is really expensive. We paid $34 a night and if you take your car out several times a day, it gets even more expensive due to tips. On the other hand, it is really convenient, fast and secure. We had been skiing in Mammoth and left our skis and 2 bags in the car. Parking over at the beach would have been about $15 but not safe to leave the bags. The $25 per day resort tax is also quite expensive but for 4 of us to use the pools and to connect 2 devices to the Internet, I suppose it was OK. Each extra device cost $5 a day to get online.
So, overall an excellent resort, about 1 mile from the pier and the heart of Huntington.

  • Stayed: April 2013
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