With its relaxed atmosphere, Huntington Beach is a down-to-earth destination. The culture centers on the beautiful Pacific Ocean beaches that dominate the town's western limit, earning it the name Surf City, U.S.A. When you come to Huntington Beach, prepare to get your mellow on.
Hilton Orange County/Costa Mesa -
The Hilton Orange County/Costa Mesa offers a matchless resort style experience just 8 miles from Huntington Beach and its exciting attractions. Hotel guests are surrounded in upscale hotel room amenities including a 42-inch flat screen TV with premium cable channels, Serenity bedding and toiletries, and balconies with views. The Hilton's hotel facilities include an onsite salon, fitness center, business center, concierge, meeting space, a pristine outdoor swimming pool, and relaxing hot tub spa.
Huntington Beach -
For surf and sand, Huntington Beach is the quintessential Southern California beach town. Nestled on the shoreline of the Pacific Ocean, Huntington Beach offers a wide variety of warm weather activities. There's the beaches of course, dotted with lifeguard huts, umbrellas, and beach towels. There's also a thriving cultural scene with local outdoor art on display, regional theater, live music, galleries, and more. It's no wonder Huntington Beach is considered one of the most family friendly vacation destinations.
Huntington Beach Attractions -
In addition to all those wonderful sand and sea activities, including swimming, building sand castles, volleyball, and good old-fashioned catch, Huntington Beach boasts interesting cultural attractions as well. The Huntington Beach Playhouse is the place to be for live performance theater. Huntington Beach is also home to several art galleries, murals, and outdoor statues, as well as a weekly public art show, Art-A-Faire. Shipley Nature Center, located in Huntington Beach Central Park, is an off-beach destination where flora and fauna thrive.
Huntington Beach Shops & More -
In Huntington Beach, fashion is very much alive and well. There are dozens of shops to keep shoppers occupied. 5 Point Plaza on Main Street is a popular destination for brand names like Ann Taylor Loft, Nine West, and The Gap. For Huntington Beach souvenirs, try Beach Island, also on Main Street. Dining options in Huntington Beach range from the casual "beach food" concessionary of burgers, hot dogs, and ice cream found at Zack's Pier Plaza to elegant fine dining at restaurants like Kabuki Japanese. A thriving nightlife scene includes live music, comedy clubs, and the local brew of Huntington Beach Brewing Company.
Huntington Beach Watersports -
Known as "Surf City," Huntington Beach is a popular Orange County destination for fun in the sun. With 8.5 miles of beautiful uninterrupted beaches and its iconic Pier, Huntington Beach is popular for surfing, swimming, fishing, beach volleyball, Frisbee, kayaking, cycling, whale and dolphin watching, birding, and sunbathing. At night, bonfires often light up the beach in concrete safety rings. Beaches close at 10 p.m.