Image: Watertable at Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa
We welcome you and your gal pals to Surf City USA® in celebration of your upcoming "I do's"! Huntington Beach is far enough away from major cities to escape the hustle-and-bustle, but offers 10 miles of ocean views, delicious dining options, poolside relaxation, and award-winning spas - all perfect ingredients for the ultimate bachelorette weekend. Check out our itinerary outlining the best of the best bach options.
Day One: Check InBack to Top of List
The four oceanfront resorts along the iconic Pacific Coast Highway in Huntington Beach are perfect for a bachelorette bash. The Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa offers Pacific Ocean views and Spanish-inspired architecture along with full-service resort amenities, while The Waterfront Beach Resort, a Hilton Hotel in a picturesque location that offers luxury, coastal-chic accommodations. Local Southern California favorites range from Paséa Hotel & Spa's modern oasis with an unrivaled sense of clean, coastal style and comfort to the surfer-stylish, beachfront base camp that is the Kimpton Shorebreak Resort.
Check in and get settled for what is sure to be a fun-filled girls' weekend accompanied by HB's dazzling ocean views and notorious endless summer weather.
Night One: DinnerBack to Top of List
Image: Bluegold at Pacific City
After you've gotten settled in your rooms, it's time to get freshened up and head out for dinner to kick-off the weekend. Nothing says "paradise" more than savoring a delicious meal and refreshing drinks while the sun is sinking below the horizon, and Huntington Beach has a variety of restaurants serving up delicious entrees. Find the option that caters to your group's taste here.
Watertable is a rustic-chic eatery with refined, regional comfort food, vintage wines, and local craft beers located within the Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa. Dine in style at The Waterfront Beach Resort's Henry's Coastal Cuisine featuring elegant and creative coastal bites inspired by French traditions and a touch of Californian Surf Country. Tanner's is a classy restaurant and bar with contemporary decor and New American dishes, plus a patio with oceanfront views. Located within Paséa Hotel & Spa. The Kimpton Shorebreak Resort's chic eatery, Pacific Hideaway, offers elevated New American fare, small plates, and craft cocktails on its second floor patio.
Day Two: BrunchBack to Top of List
Image: Pacific Hideaway at Kimpton Shorebreak Resort
Day Two of your ultimate Huntington Beach Bachelorette weekend is packed with plenty of relaxation and quality time with your gals, so it's important that you fuel up appropriately. Since brunch is a weekend tradition in Surf City USA, there are options a-plenty, all with distinct vibes. Choose between oceanfront resorts bacon and eggs, pancakes by the beach, or breakfast burritos in downtown.
See the entire list of eateries here.
Day Two: SpaBack to Top of List
Spoil yourselves at Pacific Waters Spa at the Hyatt Regency Resort & Spa. A $35 Day Spa pass grants you access to many of the spa's lavish amenities - relax in the sauna and steam room, private whirlpools, and outdoor relaxation areas. Then, rinse off under waterfall showers and prepare for the second phase of the day in the locker room, complete with personal lockers. Services range from gemstone aromatherapy massages to lactic acid facial peels - click here to book treatments.
Drift, a Waterfront Spa at The Waterfront Beach Resort boasts a modern marine ambiance and 8,000-square-foot interior, appointed with an exquisite relaxation area, luxurious hot tubs, a Himalayan salt stone sauna, eucalyptus-infused steam room, and more! Full day spa access sans treatments is $50. Book treatments here!
Paséa Hotel & Spa's Aarna Spa has been named among Spas of America's Top 100 Spas for the third consecutive year. The beautifully designed 5,800-square-foot space houses eight treatment rooms, a relaxation room and private spa garden, eucalyptus steam room, sauna, and saltwater whirlpool. Treatments include 50- or 100-minute massages and facials, an essential oils wrap, and more. A full day spa access pass, including a spa goodie bag, is $75. Click here to schedule your appointments.
Day Two: Poolside CabanasBack to Top of List
Whether your group is more "poolside with a book" or "suntan with a drink in hand," Huntington Beach's poolside cabanas offer relaxation and rejuvenation perfect for bachelorettes and bridal parties.
Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa
Splash around and soak in the sun in one of three pool areas. Lounge in a cool poolside cabana in the palm tree-lined sun deck or relax in the Spa Grotto featuring three oversized hot tubs.
Pools: 8:00 a.m.–10:00 p.m. daily
Spa Grotto: 8:00 a.m.–11:00 p.m. daily
The Waterfront Beach Resort, a Hilton Hotel
When the pool gets crowded and the sun’s rays are a bit too bright, retreat to your private cabana for a little R&R. Your own personal butler will ensure you have everything you need — whether that’s a delicious concoction or some peace and quiet. Your experience will include lounge furniture for up to 6 guests, mini refrigerator, television, fresh amenities, bottled waters, and a food menu (at an additional cost).
Paséa Hotel & Spa
An oceanside oasis, The Ninth Island is the place to chill and sip. Dip your toes into the shimmering pool accompanied by panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean.
Pool: 8 a.m. – 10 p.m. daily
Pool service hours: 11 a.m. to sunset
Night Two: Hit the TownBack to Top of List
Image: Offshore 9 Rooftop Lounge at Waterfront Beach Resort, a Hilton Hotel
Perfect for the last hurrah of bachelorette weekend, there is plenty of Huntington Beach nightlife happening within walking distance of Downtown and the oceanfront resorts. From beachfront lounges to DJ parties to wine bars, see the endless list of options here.