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Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa Adds Activities Pool Overlooking HB Pier and Beaches


Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa added a $4 million Slyders themed attraction complete with three water slides. Opening mid-April, the attraction addressed issues that the luxury beach resort in Huntington Beach, Calif. did not anticipate when launched in Feb. 2003. Operating six years now, the profitable and much lauded beach hotel has had time to gather data, tweak operations and act on modifications to the property to better serve the needs of vacationers. However, this particular item also enhances the use of the hotel's grounds during off-season when traffic to the hotel may be down and the local public can help pump up profits through paid admission to Slyders.


The newest resort enhancement took out the tennis courts and replaced them with swimming pools, 2 fire pits, a pool cafe and bar, and a children’s wading pool and Jacuzzi.


Billed as "one of a kind" along the Orange County coast, the nearest competition, two themed pool attractions do not sit within view of the Pacific Ocean. One is the Irvine Wild Rivers waterpark and the other is Knott's Berry Farm's summertime attraction, Soak City.


According to the Hyatt Regency HB manager, Cheryl Phelps,  Slyders water playground will offer seasonal day passes for non-resort guests.  She said the attraction with its private poolside cabanas equipped with TV and internet access,  Shubee’s Poolside Bar and CafĂ© and reduced parking rate for the day,  will offer one more opportunity for the community surrounding this resort to embrace and spend friendly dollars in Surf City. Amenities for paid theme park visitors include complimentary pool towels and toys.


Camp Hyatt activities are also available to keep little ones entertained with fun activities such as hair braiding, temporary tattoos, dive in movies, and cookie decorating. A convenient Birthday Party package secures a private cabana, a selection of lunch packages, cake service, and more.

The Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa’s main pool will be re-themed to provide a calmer and more serene poolside experience for guests wanting a more subdued dip and lounge. Whether guests are looking for an upscale relaxed atmosphere or a fun family setting, the Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa will provide the ultimate vacation escape for everyone.

Development of the new activity pool is currently underway, and will be open to the public mid April. Seasonal day passes for adults and children ages 3 – 10 are $25 subject to change and $15, (check for pricing to confirm), with daily cabana rentals at $150 subject to change. Children 2 and under get in for free. For reservations, call 714.698.1234.


Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa is located in the heart of “Surf City, USA,” and features 517 tastefully appointed guestrooms, including 57 suites, offering guests sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean. The resort is also home to three restaurants, including The Californian, a AAA Four Diamond

Award recipient, a lounge as well as more than 100,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor function space. Additional resort amenities include a lagoon-style swimming pool and “The Village,” an eclectic shopping experience with everything from pizza to surf memorabilia and fine art. Guests can also enjoy year-round recreational activities such as biking and surfing by taking advantage of the sandy Southern California beaches via the resort’s lighthouse bridge.



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