|By Marketwired .||
|May 28, 2014 03:18 PM EDT||
DANA POINT, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/28/14 -- California lays claim to summer vacations in a way that's hard for most destinations to top. There's something about its casually sophisticated lifestyle, abundance of attractions and, of course, beach-ready weather that speaks to children and parents alike. And this year, only one Dana Point beach hotel captures everything that makes California a dream vacation destination: the Laguna Cliffs Marriott Resort & Spa.
Families in search of exciting Dana Point hotel offers won't find anything that features the one-stop-shopping appeal of this oceanfront property. The fun begins with the resort's seasonal Kahuna Laguna Kids Club, which entertains children ages 5 to 12 with supervised arts and crafts, games, outdoor adventures and poolside playtime. Open only during the summer, the Kahuna Laguna Kids Club takes the stress out of creating California experiences kids will not only embrace but remember. And with both half- and full-day sessions available, parents can easily indulge in their own adventures, too, courtesy of the two pools and 14,000-square-foot spa.
Unique among Dana Point hotels on the beach, the resort also offers a newly renovated splash zone at its Del Mar Pool specifically for kids' enjoyment. After frolicking in the water, kids and parents can indulge in a themed Family Dinner Buffet, where the meal (Mexican one night, Italian the next) is topped off with a kid-approved chocolate fountain for dessert. From there, families can attend the resort's Saturday night movie event, where a red carpet greets guests, and complimentary popcorn, snacks and drinks sweeten the experience. (Parents can get in on the fun, too, by purchasing cocktails or food through the resort's in-room dining service.) And, in a nod to happy endings, the resort provides a complimentary breakfast voucher to children who attend the movie.
Families in town on Friday nights during the summer can head across the street to Lantern Bay Park for a similar, city-sponsored event with movies and snacks provided.
From its enviable beachfront location, to its family-friendly programs, this resort offers the best of Dana Point hotel deals in one stunning package. And that's a dream come true for everyone.
About the Laguna Cliffs Marriott Resort & Spa
Guests traveling for business or pleasure will enjoy top-notch accommodations at the Laguna Cliffs Marriott Resort & Spa. Not only is the property visually stunning after its multimillion-dollar renovation, but its picturesque perch above the Pacific gives it a lofty ambience that's hard to resist. More practical considerations like the 50,000 square feet of elegant event space and 378 guest rooms outfitted with plush bedding, stylish décor and Wi-Fi translate to productive, comfortable visits. And the amenities only enhance that experience. Guests can access a 14,000-square-foot spa, two outdoor pools, a fitness center, tennis, volleyball, a sauna and a seasonal kids' club. Two restaurants, The Vue and OverVue Lounge and Deck, serve fresh California fare to fuel visitors as they explore the many surrounding sights. Dana Point Marina, the San Diego Zoo, Disneyland and, of course, the beach are all close by.
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Laguna Cliffs Marriott Resort & Spa
25135 Park Lantern
Dana Point, California 92629
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