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Why Stay At Shorebreak Hotel
A laid-back boutique hotel smack in the middle of Southern California's famed fun-in-the-sun culture.
Located close to the sought-after intersection of Main and Pacific Coast Highway, the Shorebreak Hotel is perched on the strand across the street from the waves of Huntington Beach. Surf décor and contemporary wall art adorn the hotel's sleek public spaces. The 157 bright, spacious rooms reflect the easy-going sun-drenched SoCal style with playful spring green and bright pink accents, gingham patterns and seashell-filled accessories. Each room features a private balcony, flat-screen TV and iPod docking station. Socialize at the complimentary wine hour held Monday through Thursday or around one of the fire pits on the outdoor deck of the Hacienda style building. On-site restaurant Zimzala serves a mix of international cuisine like cider-brined pork chops over mustard-parsley Spätzle and American style comfort food. Don't miss the virtual campfire dessert of s'mores and spiced hot chocolate.
Decidedly dog friendly: The hotel charges no extra fees for your four-legged friends, the property is only about a mile from an off-the-leash dog beach and dogs eat free during Yappy Hour Mondays at the restaurant with the purchase of two entrées.
Didn't bring tools to build a sandcastle? No worries, the front desk has complimentary sand toys and supplies beach towels and umbrellas.
Arrive at Orange County John Wayne Airport (SNA) which is approximately 13 miles from the hotel. Anticipate between 20 and 30 minutes of travel time depending on traffic.500 Pacific Coast Highway, Huntington Beach, California, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Beach Access
- Fitness Center
- Outdoor Deck
- Laundry Service
- Concierge Service
- Complimentary Newspaper
- Wi-Fi Internet
- Balconies with view
- Luxury Linens
- Flat screen TVs
- iPod Docking Stations
- Work Desks
- Ergonomic Chairs
- En-Suite Bathrooms
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- In-room Safes
- In-room Dining
- Max occupancy in the Courtyard Queen is 2; max occupancy in the Courtyard Two Double is 4
Why We Love Huntington Beach
Known as Surf City, the community boasts 9 miles of uninterrupted beaches lapped by the waves of the Pacific perfectly suited for beach volleyball, biking along the paved paths or, of course, surfing.
22800 Pelican Hill Road South, Newport Beach.
Where to Drink: Tough to spot among the shops of a strip mall, Kitschbar is the hottest hangout going in nearby Costa Mesa. Aside from a large selection of crafty cocktails, patrons can attend bartending classes and workshops to become mixology pros in their own right. Drinks for two $20.
891 Baker St, Ste A10, Costa Mesa.
Where to Shop: Hands down the most popular shopping center of Huntington Beach and surrounding Orange County is 5 Points Plaza (voted number one 12 consecutive years), which is home to a number of national brand flagship stores. 18593 Main St. (at Beach Boulevard), Huntington Beach.
Best Day Trip: Retrace 200 years of California history and pay a visit to Mission San Juan Capistrano. Cloistered by adobe walls, visit former soldiers' barracks, the industrial area and the great stone church. In the spring, you may be so lucky as to witness the return of flocks of migrating Swallows to Capistrano—a unique event, which even garners media coverage.
26801 Ortega Hwy, San Juan Capistrano.
Why Go Now
October 31, 2013
Halloween on Main
Popular local event featuring kids entertainment, coloring booths, a petting zoo, pony rides, bounce houses and, of course, trick or treating.
Downtown Huntington Beach.
December 7, 2013
31st Annual Belmont Shore Christmas Parade
Over a dozen marching bands accompany this parade, which includes scores of floats, dignitaries and St. Nick. Starts at 6pm.
Along East Second Street and heading east from Livingston Avenue to Bayshore Avenue. Belmont Shore, Long Beach.
January 31 - February 2, 2014
Tet (Vietnamese Lunar New Year)
The largest Vietnamese Lunar New Year celebration in the U.S. marks the beginning of spring and is the most observed holiday within the Vietnamese community.
Garden Grove, Orange County.