10 Reasons To Stay at the Park Hyatt Aviara Resort

Park Hyatt Aviara

Last year wasn’t a great one for the travel industry, but a few hotels managed to find the silver lining. Rather than sit back on their heels and wait for the industry to re-open, the Park Hyatt Aviara Resort took the opportunity presented by the pandemic as an excuse to complete a major renovation project. $50 million later, the resort is looking better than ever before. If you’re tempted to try it out for yourself, here are 10 reasons to stay at the Park Hyatt Aviara Resort.

1. Safety is a priority

Travel might be back on the agenda (for now at least), but we all want to know that wherever we stay is as safe as it possibly can be. At the Park Hyatt Aviara Resort, safety is now the number one priority. All the precautionary measures you’d expect are in place, plus a few more for good measure. All high-touch surfaces such as elevators and elevator buttons, escalator handrails, and restrooms, as well as the surfaces and equipment in the gym and spa, are cleaned on an hourly basis with hospital-grade disinfectants. Enhanced cleaning protocols are in place in guest rooms, and guests can indicate any concerns or preferences during check-in. Staff are required to have a body temperature check each time they come into the hotel, and there are sanitizer stations placed prominently throughout the hotel. All guests and staff who are unvaccinated are required to wear face masks in public areas.

2. It’s an idyllic location for a wedding

If you’re planning your big day but haven’t yet settled on a venue, why not consider the Park Hyatt Aviara Resort. With a choice of chic venues (pick between the Grand Ballrooms, the Aviara Salon, or the Golf Clubhouse), a wide range of wedding packages to suit every taste and budget, and a team of expert wedding coordinators on hand to help you plan every detail, it’s an idyllic place to say “I Do.”

3. The rooms are incredible

Thanks to its recent revamp, the rooms at the Park Hyatt Aviara Resort have never looked better. As familyvacationcritic.com explains, the hotel features 327 rooms, all of which come with 55-inch TVs, DVD players, free Wi-Fi access, and marble bathrooms with oversized soaking tubs, separate showers, and dual sinks. Most also come with the added benefit of a private balcony or patio. The decor is upscale, with neural colors and luxurious textures. All the conveniences and comforts you could want are available, including Illy coffee machines and kettles, glasses and dishware, a wine opener, plush slippers and bathrobes, and in-room dining, shoeshine, and laundry services.

4. The pools are out of this world

If your dream vacation involves lounging around the pool, you’re in luck. The new and improved pool experience at the Park Hyatt Aviara Resort includes a Splash Pool Deck with an all-new two-story waterslide, zero-grade entry, and splash pad. If you like a pool with a view, head for the Ocean View Pool Deck to enjoy its six private cabanas and stunning views over the Batiquitos Lagoon and Pacific Ocean.

5. It’s ideal for pampering

If the stresses and strains of modern life have taken the spring out of your step, a stay at the Park Hyatt Aviara Resort could do you the world of good. The Aviara Spa boasts over 15,000 square feet of space and 20 treatment rooms, along with whirlpools, saunas, steam rooms, an indoor solarium lounge area, and locker and dressing areas. Whether you’re in the mood for a facial, a massage, or a wrap, you’ll be in good hands. If you’re craving a full-body experience and don’t mind paying for the privilege, treat yourself to a “Nurture at the Park Signature Massage,” which uses indulgent macadamia and evening primrose oils and essences of geranium, ylang-ylang, and vanilla. to treat your senses as much as your body. The treatment concludes with a deeply relaxing paraffin foot treatment and hot peppermint oil scalp treatment.

6. It’s fabulous for fitness

If you like to keep fit on vacation, the Park Hyatt Aviara Resort has your name written all over it. Its state-of-the-art fitness center offers all the cardio equipment and free weights you’ll need to keep in shape during your stay. If you prefer to work up a sweat in a group, there’s a wide array of classes to sign up to. There are also some lovely trails surrounding the resort (including the exceptionally idyllic Batiquitos Lagoon Trail) for hikers.

7. It’s one of the top tennis resorts in the world

If you like getting a few rounds of tennis in during a vacation, you’re in luck. The Park Hyatt Aviara Resort boasts not one, not two, but six tennis courts. All of the courts, which include two Har-Tru clay courts and one with stadium seating, are lit, making them perfect for an evening game. If you could do with some tips, take a clinic with an instructor. Balls and rackets are available free of charge, so don’t panic if you left your equipment at home.

8. It’s great for golfers

What’s a vacation without a game or two of golf? According to 10best.com, the Park Hyatt Aviara Resort’s Arnold Palmer designed course is one of the best around. The readers of Condé Nast Traveler clearly agree and have named it the #1 golf resort in Southern California. Its stunning coastal layout has also won praise from the likes of Golf Digest and Golf Magazineviara Golf Club. With private lessons, on-course playing lessons, a performance center, and group clinics on offer, it’s a fabulous place to improve your technique.

9. Pets are welcome

Hate leaving Fido home alone while you go on vacation? Now you don’t have to. The Park Hyatt Aviara Resort operates a pet-friendly policy that allows you to bring your pooch along for the ride. Considering how many pet-friendly destinations there are around the resort (be sure to check out San Elijo State Beach, San Elijo Lagoon Trail, Alga Norte Community Park, and Ann D. L’Heureux Memorial Dog Park, all of which are as welcoming to dogs as they are to people), you’ll be very glad you did. Just be mindful that some restrictions do apply (a maximum of two dogs are allowed per room, and their combined weight can not exceed 75 pounds) and you’ll need to pay a one-off pet fee of $150 per pet.

10. The location is sublime

As the Points Guy notes, the Park Hyatt Aviara Resort is located a convenient 40-minute drive from downtown San Diego or about a 90-minute drive from Los Angeles. The hotel is perched on top of a hill around a mile inland from the Pacific Ocean, affording stunning views over the surrounding landscape. Although wonderfully tranquil, both Legoland and the main strip of Carlsbad are just a few miles away, making it perfect for people who want to combine a tranquil location with easy access to the area’s top attractions.

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