Huntington Beach has places to stay for all interests and budgets. Of course, there are plenty of hotels, motels, and inns to choose from. For a trip to remember, however, we recommend staying in one of their classy beach hotels, renting an Airbnb for the local feel, or RV camping on one of their beach campgrounds.
For those looking for a memorable stay on the California coast, Surf City USA has four ocean view resorts to pick from. The first is the Mediterranean-style Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa on Beach boulevard. This resort includes the Pacific Waters Spa, several high-end restaurants with depository safes, surf lessons, and board and bike rentals. Next, there is The Waterfront Beach Resort, which is a Hilton Hotel. Here, you’ll find a rooftop lounge, free beach equipment, poolside cabanas, and more!
On 5th street, the Kimpton Shorebreak Hotel offers a bit more of a local flavor. Enjoy their nightly wine hour, their 24 hour crossfit style gym, and nightly s’mores by the fire pits! Lastly, there is the Paséa Hotel & Spa on the PCH and First Street. This hotel & spa is in a great location with close proximity to some of Huntington Beach’s top restaurants and shops. The hotel has an outdoor courtyard, jacuzzi, pools, cabanas, and a Balinese-style spa.
Renting a room, house, or apartment via Airbnb is a great option for people looking for an authentic experience. Since Huntington Beach residents use this app to rent out their place, you’ll be living like a local. Plus, there are so many different options for you to explore on the app that you’re sure to come across one that fits your needs (and budget) perfectly.
Compared to the rest of the country, Huntington Beach isn’t cheap, but Airbnb has several places in the city for under $40 a night. With descriptive titles like “Hipster Loft Apartment”, “Surfers Dream House”, and “Relaxing Spanish Stunner House”, there’s definitely something for everyone on the app.
Those rolling in with their own accommodation will be happy to know that Huntington Beach is a super RV-friendly city. A throwback to the days where surfers would just camp on the beach, stopping in Huntington Beach on your road trip is a great idea. That being said, make sure you get reservations well in advance, since the spots at the campgrounds fill up fast!
The RV campgrounds are right in front of the beach, and it all depends on which beach you want to stay on. There’s the Bolsa Chica State Beach RV campground, Sunset Vista RV campground, and the Huntington by the Sea RV Resort. No matter where you choose, you’ll be waking up to the sounds and smell of the Pacific.