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Newport Beach, CA Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 15
Total Sleeping Rooms 3,134
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 532
Committable Meeting Rooms* 30
Largest Exhibit Space 7,200 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 8,000 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $133
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $71
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $222
*Maximum for a single hotel

Newport Beach, CA Meeting Planning Overview

With chic hotels, trendy shopping areas and pristine beaches, Newport Beach exudes elegance and sophistication. Committed to offering both its residents and visitors a quality experience, Newport Beach has invested more than $125 million in recent renovations across the city. Whether for business or leisure, guests can rest assured that they'll find the best of the best in Newport Beach's attractions, restaurants, and, of course, meeting facilities.

Newport Beach's convention hotels are among the best in the region. In fact, within recent years, all of the city's eight full-service hotels have undergone renovations and upgrades. Top meetings venues in Newport Beach include the 440-room Fairmont Newport Beach, the 160-room Balboa Bay Club & Resort (on the Newport Bay waterfront), the 532-room Newport Beach Marriott Hotel & Spa, and the 403-room Hyatt Regency Newport Beach.

Spanning 40 square miles of Pacific coastline, Newport Beach is home to several scenic settings that serve as inspiring spots for social events, meetings, luncheons, and more. Oceanfront restaurants, golf clubs, and private yachts are among the memorable options. Enjoy contemporary cuisine and professional service at restaurants such as Bayside, 21 Oceanfront, and The Cannery, all of which offer private dining facilities. Explore the Southern California waters aboard one of Anchor Yacht Charters' prestigious vessels, which can accommodate anywhere from 50 to 500 people. Or, enjoy the Newport Beach area by land at the Sherman Library & Gardens, whose various botanical collections provide a scenic backdrop for events of up to 250 guests.

Perhaps one of the most attractive aspects of Newport Beach's amazing range of facilities is ease of access. Newport Beach is the only coastal city in Orange County with direct access to John Wayne Airport, which offers non-stop service to over 15 destinations. Additionally, major hub Los Angeles International Airport, ranked fifth in the world for passenger traffic, is located just an hour away.

Newport Beach is home to prominent companies such as the Pacific Investment Management Company, which runs the world's largest bond fund. Tourism also plays an important part in its economy. Additionally, the city is notable for its role as a backdrop to many popular television series and movies, including Bravo TV's The Real Housewives of Orange County, The OC, and Arrested Development.

About Newport Beach, CA / Additional Info

Newport Beach is a thriving residential and vacation community built on leisure, natural beauty, and sophistication. The city comprises nine distinct neighborhoods, each of which brings its own unique culture and charm to the area. Multi-million-dollar mansions and historic homes, fine-dining establishments and seaside snack shacks, and high-fashion shops and eclectic boutiques are among the diverse options that create the California cool vibe for which Newport Beach is known. With all it has to offer, it's no surprise that Newport Beach was named one of the top 10 resort towns in the nation by AOL Travel.

As the name implies, one of the area's most popular attractions is the beach itself. With nine miles of coastline, Newport Beach is home to great spots such as Corona del Mar State Beach and Crystal Cove State Park, the shooting location of the popular 1988 film Beaches. In addition to its three snorkel-friendly beaches, Crystal Cove features a unique historic district that's been restored and furnished with period decor. For a real ocean thrill, guests can head to south on Balboa Island to see The Wedge, one of the most famous wave-producing areas in California, if not the country. These incredible waves make the spot a bodysurfing hot spot, though guests can easily stay out of danger by watching from the safety of West Jetty View Park.

Newport Beach offers plenty of chances for outdoor play back on land as well. Hit the links at one of the area's picturesque golf courses, or rent a Segway or Vespa and enjoy a ride along the scenic Pacific Coast Highway. Newport Beach also offers plenty of opportunities for guests to enjoy a competitive sport of an entirely different nature: shopping. Stop by Fashion Island, home to over 200 specialty shops and boutiques, or pick up authentic surfwear and fun souvenirs at the unique shops lining the Boardwalk at Newport Pier.

After a day in the sun, visitors can kick back with a relaxing meal at one of Newport Beach's more than 300 diverse eateries. Restaurants such as the Crab Cooker and The Cannery guarantee the freshest Pacific-caught seafood, while French, Asian, and Mexican specialties can be found at establishments such as Bistro Le Crillon, Fuji Yama and SOL Cocina. Make sure to cap off any meal with a cool, creamy Balboa Bar. Originating at Newport Beach's Balboa Island, this vanilla ice cream bar is dipped in chocolate and covered in any number of toppings and is the specialty at many shops along the island's Marine Avenue, including Dad's Donut & Bakery Shop and Sugar 'n Spice.

 
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