South Coast Plaza Shopping and More
For your convenience, enjoy these special amenities:
• Complimentary valet service at South Coast Plaza and unlimited usage of VIP ACCESS Suite offering complimentary refreshments, package check and a dedicated concierge. Visit the hotel concierge for South Coast Plaza shopping valet and VIP ACCESS Suite passes.
This shopping destination is adjacent to South Coast Plaza and includes exciting stores such as The Container Store, Barnes & Noble and Nordstrom Rack, as well as a food court and a 12 screen Edwards Cinema.
On a bluff overlooking Newport Harbor, this Mediterranean style shopping complex features Macy's, Neiman-Marcus, Bloomingdales, specialty boutiques, a Farmer's Market with numerous dine-in or take-out options and much, much more.
The main street of this island has more than 70 specialty shops, restaurants and galleries which are best enjoyed by walking. After shopping, walk to the ferry landing for a ride on the famous Balboa Island Ferry. The view of the stately yachts, pleasure crafts and architectural mix of Cape Cod and renovated modern homes is not to be missed.
CORONA DEL MAR
This charming seaside community boasts quaint cottages, flower named streets and beautiful ocean vistas. Along Pacific Coast Highway, boutiques and restaurants provide a leisurely day of shopping and dining. Visits to the Library of the Pacific Southwest and the Sherman Library and Gardens' botanical collection complete your visit to this unique area.
This scenic oceanside town, about 20 minutes away, features a diverse selection of shops, boutiques and restaurants and is known for its artist colony.
The nation's first free standing entertainment center includes the most visited movie theater in the nation. More than 65 places to entertain you and over 30 great places to eat. Where the 405, 5 & 133 freeways come together.
THE BLOCK OF ORANGE
The first of a new brand of entertainment/retail centers. The Block is reminiscent of the world's great city blocks like Times Square, Pier 39 and Melrose Avenue. "The Block, it ain't square!"