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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 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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May 24, 2014 · 0 Comments

The Red Chair visits the Pageant and Playhouse, then Takes a Private Helicopter Ride to Catalina

With a little help from our local friends, Casa Laguna gave the the intrepid Red Chair the experience of a lifetime, first serving as a volunteer at the Pageant of the Masters, then appearing on stage with an award winning dancer/actor. Red Chair Update - Day 3: "Red" volunteered at the Pageant of the Masters, first as an assistant to the set painter (scenic artist David Cook), then as a stand-in for Madame X in the Portrait of Madame X. Finally, Red imagined being on stage before his fans. Asked for a comment about the pageant's world renowned living pictures, the chair replied, "At first I thought it was all smoke and mirrors, now I know it's really a spectacular marriage of paint and light." Later that day, "Red" had the opportunity to dance on stage at the Laguna Playhouse with David Engel who is currently starring in Six Lessons in Six Weeks with the famed Leslie Caron. As you can tell from the photos, David was challenged by the Red Chair to pull off some pretty impressive moves.


Then it was time for the chair to move on to its next destination--requiring, for the only time on its journey, a trip across the ocean. Through special arrangements made by Kathleen and Rock at the Avalon Hotel, Red was transported by Island Express Helicopters to the city of Avalon on Catalina Island. Unfortunately, Red could not fly on his own, which meant that the management of Casa Laguna had to go along and have a grand meal before spending the night at the beautiful Avalon Hotel before returning to the mainland.


Casa Laguna was so happy to be a part of the Red Chair Travels project, and Red asked us to give special thanks to all the people who made his Laguna Beach stay an non-stop adventure. Great big thank yous go to: Beth, Kaylee, and Marti at Red Chair Travels; Model Giselle Osle and her agent Tanner Hartsock; Mike Tauber from Laguna Outreach for Community Arts; Ruben Flores at Laguna Nursery; Sharbie Higuchi and the staff at Pageant of the Masters; Dee Dee Irwin, David Cook, and the staff at Laguna Playhouse; and, the pilots and crew at Island Express Helicopters.  Our special thanks to Ashley Johnson at Visit Laguna Beach, whose prized connections and dedicated efforts made all this so much easier than it would have been without her.






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