Get outside in the picturesque setting of Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort with that special someone this Valentine’s Day weekend. Celebrate Valentine’s Day on the Bay with 30 percent off overnight stays in Newport Dunes’ cozy beach cottages or RV camping sites on Sunday, February 13 and Monday, February 14, 2022.
Wake up to serene ocean views just steps from the sand in the heart of Newport Beach for a romantic glamping getaway. Experience luxurious amenities including the heated pool and spas with private cabanas available for rent. Enjoy beach cruisers or e-bikes available for rent from the onsite market to explore miles of nearby trails, and have a firepit with firewood delivered to your campsite to toast marshmallows under the stars.
For the perfect daytime date, rent stand up paddleboards, a pedal boat, or cozy up in an electric Duffy boat to tour the calm waters of the Back Bay. Pair the perfect outing with a beachside picnic of cocktails and American favorites available for takeout from Moe B’s Munchies, Newport Dunes’ waterfront grill and bar. Newport Dunes watersports are available from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Moe B’s Munchies is open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays during the winter.
For those who do not own an RV, Newport Dunes has recommendations for local RV rental companies that will deliver a sanitized RV to your site, all hooked up and ready to enjoy. Watch the Big Game on Sunday, February 13 from your RV or beach cottage. To enjoy 30 percent off overnight stays on Sunday, February 13 and Monday, February 14, call the reservations line at (949) 729-3863 and mention promo code BeMine2022 when booking your stay. The promotion only applies to new bookings and cannot be combined with any other offer. The promotion is not valid for monthly reservations or group reservations. It is recommended that guests book watersports activities ahead of time by emailing watersports director Sherri Basta at firstname.lastname@example.org. Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort continues to follow all local, state and CDC guidelines.