Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Information

Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Information
Visit the oceanfront Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach for a relaxing weekend getaway in a beautiful Spanish style hotel. Enjoy a variety of outdoor activities year-round in sunny Southern California.

Resort Amenities

The resort features three restaurants, business center with WiFi, art gallery, gift shop, Camp Hyatt for kids and full service concierge.

Rooms and Suites

Relax in spacious, well-appointed rooms and suites featuring high-thread count linens, pillow-top mattresses with down comforters, WiFi and iPod docking station, 42-inch flat screen television, Portico bath products and marble bath.


Spend time on the beach and swim, boogie board or surf. Relax by the pool and sip a mojito. Book an ecotour to the Bolsa Chica tide pools or wetlands to observe seals and sea lions in their native habitats.

Resort Dining

Dine at The Californian, a AAA four-diamond restaurant featuring sophisticated Southern California flavors. Pete's Sunset Grille offers great burgers, fish tacos, microbrews and tropical cocktails in a laid-back atmosphere. Spend the day poolside and relax with a cocktail or bite to eat at Mankota's Grill.


Pamper yourself at the serene Pacific Waters Spa. Amenities include steam room, waterfall showers, sauna, private whirlpools, fitness area, salon and luxe locker room. Indulge in the signature Swell Optimal Hydration featuring a massage and coconut milk bath.


Local attractions include Disneyland, the Queen Mary and the Aquarium of the Pacific. Take a day trip to Catalina Island, go to a game at Angels Stadium or visit the Huntington Beach Pier.

Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort and Spa
21500 Pacific Coast Hwy.
Huntington Beach, CA 92648
(714) 698-1234

Article Written By Katiana Zimmerman

Katiana Zimmerman is a writer, composer, and singer. She has written children's musicals, including the Emmy Award-winning HBO film Autism: The Musical. Kat has received two ASCAP awards. She holds a Master's degree from the Manhattan School of Music. Kat studied nutrition for disease prevention at the McDougall Institute, the Pritikin Institute, and FitPath in British Columbia.

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