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Newport Beach Hotels Ideal for Group Meetings – Part 2

July 21, 2016

An engaging coastal community with a rare combination of upscale and affordable, Newport Beach is a destination comprised of appealing opposites. Its wide selection of stylish properties, unique venues and airport proximity provide groups one of the most diverse and well-situated locations along the Southern California coast.

This second article of the two part series on Newport Beach hotels, looks at three options perfect for west coast meetings.

24489461-H1-NEW-V-081-700x400The Duke Hotel Newport Beach – Located near Orange County’s John Wayne Airport, Fairmont Newport Beach is everything you would expect from The Duke Hotel Newport Beach. A combination of comfort and luxury the hotel is architecturally beautiful with over 40,000 square feet of meeting space. The Duke Hotel Newport Beach offers gorgeous outdoor meeting locations, including the redesigned Palms Sky Pool deck, which offers a rooftop view of Newport Beach and the Bamboo Garden with tropical gardens, fountain, and fireplace. The property also features one of the areas most popular spas, TheSPA Santé with nearly 8,000 square feet of space and eight treatment rooms, perfect for spouse programs or group relaxation.

Property Facts:
54 Luxury Suites
386 Guest Rooms
Approximately 20,000 square feet of indoor meeting and event space
Approximately 25,000 square feet of outdoor meeting and event space
Redesigned heated sky pool and deck
Private Cabanas
Restaurants and Lounges
Redesigned Fitness Center
Luxurious Spa
Pool

BoardRoom radisson Carlton Hotel Newport Beach – Also centrally located near Orange County’s John Wayne Airport, Carlton Hotel Newport Beach is convenient for corporate group meetings. With more than 20,000 square feet of flexible meeting space including 12 meeting rooms, Carlton is ideal for small conferences and business meetings. Close to the activities of Newport Harbor, the outdoor ocean-view shopping of Fashion Island and several outstanding restaurants, Carlton Hotel Newport Beach is a comfortable option for group travel.

Property Facts:
Presidential Suite
Executive Club Rooms
335 Guest Rooms with private balconies
20,000 square feet of flexible meeting space
Outdoor Pavilion
Complimentary Round-trip transportation to Orange County Airport
Restaurants and Lounges
Fitness Center
Pool

MH_NPBST_Island_School_SetupNewport Beach Marriott Bayview – Overlooking Newport’s serene Back Bay Nature Preserve, Newport Beach Marriott Bayview is a relaxed boutique style property also close to John Wayne Airport. Almost 4,000 square feet of multi-functional, tech-savvy space caters to small meetings and events. The recent meeting space addition of the Island Ballroom, makes this hotel ideal for upscale board retreats, small company meetings and events. Newport Beach Marriott Bayview also features a luxurious outdoor patio terrace and scenic courtyard overlooking Back Bay. The property offers suites only, each with private balconies, and most overlooking the bay. Newport Beach Marriott Bayview has easy access to the hiking, biking and running trails of Back Bay and is close to the award winning dining and shopping of Newport Beach.

Property Facts:
254 Luxury Guest Suites with private balconies
3,798 square feet of meeting and event space
7 Event Rooms
5 Meeting Breakout Rooms
Outdoor Terrace
Restaurants and Lounges
Fitness Center
Pool

Stylish and inviting with plenty of natural beauty, airport-close properties and an abundance of activities, Newport Beach is the ideal destination for group meetings and events. Visit Newport Beach opens the doors to this Pacific paradise with destination expertise, customized site visits, strong partnerships and resources to ease the planning process.

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Written by Visit Newport Beach Meetings

As a not-for-profit Destination Marketing Organization (DMO), Visit Newport Beach provides destination expertise, customized site visits, strong partnerships and resources tailored specifically to the needs of meeting planners and their clients.

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