October 14, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Fairmont Newport Beach in Newport Beach, California
Manicured, pristine and beautifully landscaped, the town of Newport Beach perches elegantly over the Pacific Ocean. One of California's most affluent and stunning cities, Newport Beach offers picturesque sandy beaches, a majestic coastline, infinite recreational activities and world-class dining and shopping. At the newly renovated Fairmont Hotel Newport Beach the wonders of this rich landscape can be enjoyed from a tranquil and luxurious setting, where premier service, exquisitely appointed rooms, a sumptuous spa, and delicious dining promise to make your stay all that it can be, and more.
Located only minutes from beautiful Balboa Beach, a short drive from premier shopping or a quick jaunt to three of California's adventure-theme parks, The Fairmont offers something to suit every member of your family. The accommodations feature natural textures and colors, accented with refined furniture in dark mahogany, an impressive marble entry to every room, pillow top mattress with Egyptian Cotton linens, plush Robes and European amenities by Miller Harris, promote a haven of rest. Amenities like Internet service and HD LCD televisions bring just the right touch of the modern world into this tranquil setting. Relax by the pool, play a set of tennis on one of two lighted tennis courts, or indulge yourself with a treatment at the Willow Stream Spa before enjoying the fresh California cuisine at bambú Restaurant. Everything you need to relax and enjoy the bright beauty of sunny California awaits at the Fairmont.
Location of Fairmont Newport Beach
Amenities for Fairmont Newport Beach
- General Information
- 440 Guest Rooms
- In-Room Amenities
- CD Players
- DVD Players
- Business Center/Services
- Spa & Wellness
Reviews for Fairmont Newport Beach
The Duke staff are exceptional from the registration, to the restaurant, to the Cabana servers, to the food entrĂ©es and drinks at the pool. The cabanas are very nice and I recommend you spend the money to rent one.
Everett T - Los Angeles, California
Yes they replace our much enjoyed Fairmont Hotel and they are doing the job. They have kept most of the unusual and welcoming decor, the have maintained the great food in the restaurant (I hear they kept the head chef, Jessica) and the staff is kind and professional. Well done Marriott - please keep the Duke the way it is!
TRAVELER88000 - Los Angeles, California
First, you'll find out there is no self car park when you arrive. No sooner and no where else. The parking fee is $35 per day for mandatory valet service. Which is slow at best. Second, tons of barking dogs. If your plan is to bring a pet, this is the place for you. If you hadn't planned on staying at a kennel, I'd find another property. Third, the only meal service in the evening is bar food in the cocktail lounge. Last, the company hype seems to suggest this is a premium hotel. It is not. It has been newly acquired by Marriott. We were told a complete remodel is planned. After 30 years and multiple owners the time is past. The Duke is a great place for the AKC crowd. But only them.
This hotel has just become a Marriott property under the Renaissance label. It used to be a Fairmont and it has taken some fair use. The furniture is outdated the carpets are bubbling in the hallway and quite dirty. The room configurations only come in two double beds or a king size bed and sofa beds. No queen size beds a big negative. There also isn't any water pressure in this hotel. Our first room had a mildew smell and I asked if we could be moved. The elevators are great and get you where you're going fast the staff is very good very polite and very attentive. The pool area is nice but the pool is so small that we had 50 to 55 people in the pool and it was just overwhelming. Also since this is by the airport there is only valet parking at $33 a night very expensive. Next time I will choose to stay at any of the other Marriott properties around the area.
Ron S - Salt Lake City, Utah
Fabulous staff! I did, however, feel for the housekeeping staff who just seemed knackered. The first thing I noticed as I walked to my room was...it's hot in here! The upper floors were had glass corridors, which seemed to make it much hotter. Checked in for an overnight stay, but room had not been cleaned. No big deal. Was provided another room which was quite spacious. Master suite was comprised of a large, comfortable bed and a massive shower/bath area. Balcony was available (not much of a view, but nice to have). Lounge area had a sofa, desk, fridge and bathroom. Gift shop is available until 22:00, with many amenities and snacks. Lounge is across from the gift shop as is the restaurant (neither of which I visited). Valet parking available (USD $33/night...still one of the lowest I've come across, having paid in excess of USD $50/night elsewhere). Great for a layover, less than five (5) minutes from Atlantic Aviation. Blackout curtains which actually black out!!
Ghost4314 - Virginia