This hotel pays attention to the details that can turn a standard hotel stay into a spectacular lodging experience. With close proximity to the beach, it's affordable and a perfect base for most Southern California travel needs.
Specializing in extended stays, the Residence Inn suites offer kitchens, separate sleeping and living areas, large work desks and free high-speed Internet. Pets are welcome too at this hotel located in the heart of Orange County.
The newly renovated hotel caters to business travelers and is located just steps from the Newport Beach and Irvine corporate communities. Each room is well appointed and the hotel's friendly staff is ready to ensure a comfortable and memorable stay.
This upscale boutique hotel embodies the style, personality and luxury of Southern California with one-of-a-kind allure. Enjoy sophisticated ambiance and thoughtful amenities that present innumerable possibilities for both business and pleasure.
The newly redesigned Westin South Coast Plaza invites you to discover the culture, glamour and excitement of Orange County in one of its most tranquil retreats. Indulge your senses and experience the best Orange County has to offer.
This hotel exemplifies class and elegance with a modern twist. Costa Mesa's largest hotel offers lavish guest rooms, impressive services and amenities, and is set amidst popular attractions, stores, activities, and venues in the heart of Orange County.
This flagship Ayres hotel features a living-room style lobby, comfortable accommodations and a warm European ambiance. Whether traveling for business or pleasure, this boutique hotel offers a wealth of personalized services and a friendly staff.
Unparalleled comfort, modern convenience and a scenic lakeside setting are found in the newly renovated Wyndham Orange County. Guests enjoy classic touches in the rooms and an award-winning menu at Silver Trumpet Restaurant.
Our Los Lagos course is a challenging par 72 golf course, running over 6500 yards. The front nine consists of several holes that traverse rolling hills, slopes and water. The back nine has several dog legs to challenge the most skillful golfer.
Triangle Square offers 191,000 square feet of outdoor entertainment and retail space. As a Costa Mesa landmark property and downtown anchor, it is only 1 mile from the Pacific Ocean and close to several major road systems.
17th Street Shops
About a mile from the beach, the shops of East 17th Street offer a variety of businesses on a community-oriented “main street.” With its diverse dining and unique boutiques, 17th Street is a warm, friendly gathering place for locals and visitors alike.
Metro Pointe at South Coast features classic California/ Italian architecture with lush foliage. The pedestrian concourse joins specialty retail stores such as Nordstrom Rack and Loehmann's with an upscale movie theater and al fresco dining.
South Coast Plaza Village is situated across Sunflower Avenue from South Coast Plaza and houses a variety of Orange County restaurants, boutique shops, and art galleries in a spacious outdoor environment complete with cobblestone paths and walkways.
The world-famous South Coast Plaza defines the luxury shopping experience with extraordinary boutiques, personal service and upscale amenities. Award-winning restaurants and an unparalleled retail collection complete the package.
The CAMP excels as an innovative retail community designed to offer outdoor and action sports enthusiasts authentic shopping and dining experiences in a natural compound. Blurring the boundaries between the outdoors and everyday life, The CAMP hosts educational events, lifestyle-related art shows and exhibits, as well as seasonal events.
This eclectic venue was established as “The Anti-Mall” to house independent retailers, galleries, and restaurateurs in a one-of-a-kind environment with an interesting ambiance and artistic flair. An acronym for “Little American Business”, The LAB is a unique retail complex catering to the lifestyle demands of the trend-setting shopper.
Known the world over as “Surf City” because of its consistent waves chased by surfers, Huntington Beach attracts more than 8 million visitors each year and is home to the world famous municipal pier.
The world-famous Newport Beach is situated conveniently next to Costa Mesa, with Costa Mesa's southernmost border just a mile from the Pacific Ocean. Crystal Cove State Park in Newport Beach is best known for its rustic wilderness setting that stands in contrast to pristine new homes and the immaculate greens of the Pelican Hills Golf Club.
Segerstrom Center for the Arts
A Costa Mesa triumph in architecture, SCFTA is a cultural landmark for symphony, ballet and Broadway events. This entertainment complex features the 2,000-seat Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall, 500-seat Samueli Theater, and is the future home of the Orange County Museum of Art.
This Tony®-Award winning theatre company was founded in 1964 and is now under the leadership of directors widely regarded as some of America's foremost producers of new plays. SCR's play development program consists of commissions, residencies, readings and workshops, from which up to five world premieres are produced each season.
Home of the top-rated Orange County Fair, one of the top 10 largest fairs in the United States, the OCFEC is 150-acre entertainment complex. It celebrates Orange County's communities, its interests, agriculture and heritage with a variety of shows and events throughout the year.
The OC Fair & Event Center (OCFEC) is at the heart of Costa Mesa's vibrant year-round events calendar, hosting over 150 events attracting over 4 million visitors annually. The campus is home to Centennial Farm, Pacific Amphitheatre, Equestrian Center, Costa Mesa Speedway and Orange County Fairgrounds.
Talbert Nature Preserve is located North and South of Victoria Street in Costa Mesa between Pacific Avenue and the Santa Ana River. The North Talbert Preserve consists of 91.5 acres and the South Talbert Preserve is approximately 88.5 acres.
The 10-acre park includes Davis Field, the Costa Mesa Historical Society, the Downtown Recreation Center, the Neighborhood Community Center, Costa Mesa Donald Dungan Library and Fire Station 5.
TeWinkle Park was named after Charles TeWinkle, who moved to Costa Mesa in 1920 with his wife. The 49-acre park was officially dedicated as TeWinkle Park on January 31, 1965.
Costa Mesa Bark Park
The Costa Mesa Bark Park is a 2-acre fenced park where dogs can legally play and run leash-free. It is the only area in Costa Mesa where dogs are not required by ordinance to be on a leash and its popularity continues to increase.
Upper Newport Bay (known by locals as The Back Bay) contains 1,000-acres of coastal wetlands; a great location for birdwatchers. Many bird species can be observed here including the California Gnatcatcher, the San Diego Cactus Wren and the Burrowing Owl.