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Park Hyatt Aviara Resort in Carlsbad, California

Travel: Park Hyatt Aviara Resort in Carlsbad, California

by Alicia on October 27, 2011 in Travel

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I am staying at Park Hyatt Aviara Resort, in Carlsbad, CA, 30 minutes north of San Diego for a couple of days.. What a beautiful resort!

Park Hyatt Aviara Resort offers a range of lodging choices, including “The Respire by Hyatt,” a series of hypoallergenic rooms. Rooms vary in size from Double and King sizes, up to the suite accommodations, including the Presidential Suite. Some rooms feature furnished balconies; and others, a terrace. Marble bathrooms are a feature of some rooms, as is teak furniture. And some rooms highlight views of the golf course and lagoon.

Park Hyatt Aviara - Pool and Kiddie Cafe view

Dining options include Vivace, a AAA-Four Diamond restaurant which features elegant Italian cuisine. Vivace is the resort’s signature restaurant. The Argyle Steakhouse, based out of the Aviara Golf Clubhouse, offers views of the 18th green and lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch menus. The casual California Bistro, as its name suggests, dishes up the state’s eclectic cuisine. The Ocean Pool Bar and Grill provides a dining option poolside, serving up American favorites complete with a children’s menu. I enjoyed a delicious, juicy hamburger with fries at the Lobby Lounge overlooking the overlooking the Palm Courtyard, for lunch.

On-site resort activities include a spa experience; tennis; the Arnold Palmer Golf Course, a nationally ranked course; the golf club and academy–complete with the Taylormade Performance Lab; and the Beach Butler, a complete beach experience provided by the resort including transportation, umbrellas, towels, and meals. The golf academy, run by Kip Puterbaugh, is the Western U.S.’s longest running golf school.

Other on-site activities include Camp Hyatt, a resort experience tailored to children; a game room; swimming pools; and a fitness center.

Off-site activities include the large variety of experiences available in Southern California. Highlights include hang-gliding, hiking, hot-air ballooning, sailing, kayaking, and whale-watching. Surfers will feel at home here, too.

Park Hyatta Aviara - Carlsbad, CA - Room with Mountain & Lagoon view

Nearby Batiquitos Lagoon, a wetland, is a nationally known migrating bird attraction which attracts over 130 species. Adults can enjoy touring the historic Spanish missions; the shopping in Del Mar and La Jolla; the museums of Balboa Park; the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club; and the La Jolla Playhouse and Old Town San Diego. Children will enjoy a visit to the San Diego Zoo; the Scripps Aquarium; LEGOLAND California; and SeaWorld. Visitors can also explore an aircraft carrier nearby.

Enjoy your next visit to California with at least one night at Park Hyatt Aviara Resort in Carlsbad, California.

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Have you been to Park Hyatt Aviara Resort? What did you love about it? If not, what would you most like to experience at the resort? Share with us in the comments below!

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golf academy November 2, 2011 at 6:21 am

Golf School is Not All Work & No Play

The goal is to improve your golf game. To get you playing with more consistency and lower your scores. And you will leave the golf school a better all around golfer. But it’s not all work and no play. Each day you get time to socialize with the folks attending the school with you at lunch and dinner. After class each day you can elect to play more golf and work on what you learned or relax a bit and share a cocktail and a few stories with your schoolmates and instructor.

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Stacie @ The Divine Miss Mommy October 28, 2011 at 12:32 am

Looks like a beautiful place. Do all of the rooms have this beautiful view?

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Alicia October 28, 2011 at 10:26 am

It is a beautiful place Stacie and yes, all of the rooms have a beautiful view whether it’s of the ocean, mountains, lagoon, or greenery! :)

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