North County is a treasure trove of hospitality options. Its proximity to downtown San Diego and the expanse of coastline makes North County an ideal getaway location for relaxation and reprieve. Positioned within an easy drive to central San Diego and close enough for a day trip to Los Angeles, it is natural that Carlsbad has some of the best hotels and resorts in Southern California. If you are looking for a five-star option that boasts all of the amenities and benefits that you could hope for, the Park Hyatt Aviara Resort, Golf Club & Spa should be on the top of your list. With the landscape of beautiful Carlsbad as a backdrop, this golf club and spa is truly the definition of luxury and bliss.
The Park Hyatt Aviara Resort is located conveniently on the Batiquitos Lagoon with close proximity to the Pacific Ocean. Guests can enjoy Carlsbad State Beach and Moonlight State Beach within a short drive from the resort. These two idyllic beaches offer dog-friendly areas as well as concession stands and public restrooms. The resort’s own Surf Concierge offers reservations that include professional surf coaching as well as wetsuits, surfboards, and personalized instruction.
For guests who want to stay in and enjoy all of the amenities that the resort has to offer, the Park Hyatt Aviara Resort, Golf Club & Spa offers a wide variety of five-star amenities for guests. The award-winning luxury resort boasts over 200 acres of privatized hillsides and a landscape rich with Carlsbad’s lush vegetation and beachside vibe. Contemporary guest rooms ensure that lodgers are pampered with pillow-top beds, large screen TVs, and Wifi access. Guests do not have to venture far to indulge in award-winning food and drink. Vivace is a fine dining restaurant hosted within the resort that allows visitors to step into Mediterranean relaxation. Vivace’s Italian cuisine is an innovative take on common favorites and their wine list boasts labels that are rare, even for California’s vast wine landscape. For those wishing to unwind, the Park Lounge provides nightly entertainment rich with beverages and world-class service.
The Golf Club is another key contributor to to the resort’s allure. The golf course is an Arnold Palmer-designed course, containing all of the beauty and luxury Carlsbad has to offer. With courses like Torrey Pines down the road, the Park Hyatt Aviara Resort, Golf Club & Spa holds its own when it comes to enticement and design. Hosting the LPGA’s Kia Classic and having been voted #1 Golf Resort in San Diego by world-renowned publication Condé Nast Traveler, the course is a must-see for any golf lover. The facilities include a driving range, putting and pitching greens, golf shop, and Spanish colonial clubhouse with an adjoining steakhouse overlooking the 18th hole.
The course is home to the LPGA’s Kia Classic . This year, The Kia Classic features 144 of golf’s best, including 2017 champion Mirim Lee, Lydia Ko, Paula Creamer, Stacy Lewis, Michelle Wise and Lexi Thompson. They will be competing for a $1.8 million purse.
In addition to the golf course and opulent room and board, the Park Hyatt Aviara Resort, Golf Club & Spa is a prime location for those seeking serenity and tranquility during their stay. The Aviara Spa is widely known for its strides to provide relaxation. The spa itself features approximately 15,000 square feet of space. This includes an indoor solarium lounge, whirlpools, saunas, and steam rooms. Altogether there are over 20 treatment rooms to ensure that every guest is catered to and allowed to unwind.
There are a number of reasons that the Park Hyatt Aviara Resort, Golf Club & Spa has been the recipient of widespread recognition and national awards. With a five-star rating from Forbes for the third year in a row, the sparkling 3,200-square-foot swimming pool, state-of-the-art fitness center and 78,000 square feet of event space is what puts the resort on the map for anyone visiting the sun-drenched coastline of Carlsbad.
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