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    Casa Laguna Inn & Spa offers ten unique room-types, each with luxurious seven-layer bedding, gas or ambiance fireplaces, flat-panel HDTV with DVD, and air conditioning. Read more...

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    Casa Laguna Inn & Spa's guests choose from a menu of acclaimed gourmet breakfast entrees and sides each morning and enjoy a selection of hors d'oeuvres and wine every evening. Read more...

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    Casa Laguna Inn & Spa's exclusive on-site spa pampers guests with a variety of indoor and outdoor rejuvenating massage, reflexology, salt scrubs, and relaxing therapeutic soaks. Read more...

Welcome to Casa Laguna Inn & Spa

Operated as a tranquil alternative to bustling family-style resorts, Casa Laguna Inn & Spa is the perfect place for a romantic getaway or a relaxing escape from work and worry. Built on a terraced hillside in the 1920s and 40s, today’s Casa Laguna is often compared the to the Mission-style villas of Spain. In order to assure a romantic, calming ambiance, room occupancy is limited to a maximum of two persons regardless of age. Accordingly, our inn would not be suitable for children, infants, groups, or events. Our guests can relax on a garden patio, schedule a massage and therapeutic soak, or take a picnic to nearby Victoria Beach. Our inn is only 1.5 miles from downtown Laguna Beach shops, restaurants, art galleries, and renowned summer art festivals. Public transportation is available just outside our door. Our inn is famous for fabulous gourmet breakfasts. We have been recognized as one of the Top 25 Small Hotels and Top 10 Hotels for Romance in the United States, as well one of the Top Ten Luxury Inns in the world. Read more...

Welcome to Casa Laguna Inn & Spa

With historic Mission architecture, lush gardens, and expansive ocean views, Casa Laguna Inn and Spa is unique among Laguna Beach hotels. Unlike bustling family-oriented resorts, Casa Laguna is intended as a tranquil getaway for couples and individuals. Our bed & breakfast-style inn is all about all about romance and serenity. Read more...

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Casa Laguna's 4th of July Survival Guide

Independence Day week is the busiest week of the year in Laguna Beach—and one of the most fun times to visit. You can expect plenty of sun, sand, fireworks (4th only), and great food; and, you won’t want to miss our world famous Pageant of the Masters, Festival of Arts, Art Affair, and Sawdust Festival. This year, while the rest of the West swelters in the heat, Laguna is expecting temperatures in the mid-70s during the day, and cool 60s at night. As always, you can expect some morning fog or overcast that almost always burns off by noon.

Here are a few hints to help you get the most out of your Laguna Beach summer holiday visit:

1. First and foremost--park your car and take the free Trolley. Traffic and parking are difficult in any beach city this time of year, but the Independence Day holiday period in Laguna Beach can be especially challenging. Our open-air trolleys are absolutely the best way to see the sights, and make your way to and from the festivals, beaches, and restaurants. The trolley stops near every major attraction/destination. They run about every 30 minutes, but be sure to download the Laguna Beach Travel Info app and use the built-in Trolley Tracker so that you don’t waste time waiting at bus stops.

2. Wear comfortable walking shoes. You’ll be doing a lot of walking. Bring clothing for cool nights and mornings and warm days. Layers are always best in Laguna, and a lightweight hoodie is indispensable.

3. If you plan to go see the Laguna Beach fireworks show on July 4, plan to go early and return very late by taxi. The city is keeping the event low key this year, so you won’t find out much about it online. Main Beach and Heisler Park provide the best viewing. Here is the one instance where the Trolleys are not reliable. They will be caught up in traffic by mid-afternoon on the Fourth and they officially stop running that day at 7PM, so plan to grab a cab when they become available. Be sure to take along lots of patience. Other fireworks displays to the south of Casa Laguna may be easier to access -- check out this web site.

4. Make your restaurant reservations now. Most popular restaurants will take reservations days in advance. Don’t expect to call in the afternoon for reservations that evening. A list of restaurants and phone numbers can be found on our website.

5. All Casa Laguna spa services require advance reservations. Make those spa reservations now.

6. If you’re going to the Pageant of the Masters, take a cushion and sweater or blanket. Binoculars are essential for viewing the “living art,” even if you have good seats. All of these items can be rented at the venue.

7. Alcohol enforcement will be at maximum levels throughout the holiday period. Avoid a big fine or worse and do your drinking at a restaurant or bar. And again, if you plan to drink, use public transportation.

8. If you want a prime spot on the beach, go early and stake your claim. As the sun comes out and the day gets warmer, the beaches fill up quickly. Take plenty of drinking water, and check ahead to make sure the beach you chose has restrooms. If you plan to go in the water, check in with the lifeguard when you arrive. He/she can advise you of any possible hazards, such as drop-offs, undercurrents, or sea monsters.

9. Or, avoid all of the above and just hang out by the pool at Casa Laguna and let us spoil you.

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