June 18, 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.
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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
I recently stayed here for just one night, so I did not get to enjoy many of the amenities (poo, spa etc.). My stay didn't start very well. I was very surprised when I pulled up to the front to register that they only had valet parking. (I was even more surprised when I checked out and found out that it was $33 for one night!) I checked in and the woman behind the desk was having difficulty with the machine that coded the keycards, so she went to someone else to have my key made. I specifically asked her if she was sure it was functioning because I was in a cast boot for a recent foot and ankle injury and I didn't want to have to walk back to the desk if it didn't work. She assured me it was fine. I went up to my room - which, by the way, was almost the furthest room from the elevator, even though we had discussed my mobility issues - and the key didn't work! I had to limp all the way back to the elevator and from the elevator to the front desk to get a new key. The staff was somewhat apologetic and gave me a new one that actually did work. The room was very nice and comfortable. Unfortunately, it was also incredibly loud. The door only shut if you slammed it, and judging by the noise all night from other rooms, that must be the way all the doors are. Although the bed was comfortable, I slept very poorly due to the level of noise coming from all around. One of the people at the front desk did tell me that they were in the process of renovating, so hopefully some of these issues will be worked out then.
Eleanor O - Los Angeles, California
the guest services up front where the best. I was helped by abbi kim and she was a pleasure to work with. she also followed up when she said she would which made my stay that much more pleasant. the service by the pool could use some help but the front desk was excellent. for travelers planning on staying at the duke hotel I highly recommend calling and talking to abbi kim. she is the best.
The Duke is a beautiful hotel with well appointed rooms, a very nice bar, great food and restaurants, and it is shockingly near the airport! The look and vibe of the property is definitely one of mid-town Chicago or a scene from Madmen. The staff was extremely accommodating and conscientious.
ShellBell914 - Scottsdale, Arizona
My sister-in-law booked the room for us (for a nearby family wedding). I did not bother to check on it and assumed that she had done her due diligence. Upon arrival, the hotel looked good and the room turned out to be clean and comfortable. But: (a) it was hard to find, drove by it once, small signage and the structure is offset from the main road; (b) the sound of closing doors banging shut echoed up and down the hallway at late hours - not conducive to a good night's sleep; and (c) compulsory valet parking at $33 per day + tips!!! I feel that management's approach to offset "good deals" on rates by employing exorbitant parking fees is deceptive. There is no "free parking" option. You must use valet service and your car is parked in open space. There are two issues that I noted. The first is that there is a long row of parking spots marked "20 minutes only", apparently designed to facilitate checking in. Many of those spots had autos parked there and did not move all day. Second, there is a large paid lot adjacent to the hotel which gives the impression of being part of the nearby office complex. A large NO HOTEL PARKING sign fronts the entrance. But, guess where the attendants park your car? Many are parked in that lot. And, people park in the "20 minute" row and walk over into the office building. So, office people park in hotel "free 20 minute" space and hotel people pay $33 per day for valet parking and their cars are parked in what would appear to be office parking lot space. No enforcement was observed. The word "deceptive" continues to come to mind. The parking lot attendants were very cordial and responsive. You want to tip them as they deserve it. So, now you are up to around $40+ per day to cover parking. Add that number to your "good deal" and it is no longer such a good deal. Conclusion: I would neither stay there again nor recommend it to others because of management's apparent philosophy of raising funds to offset rate deals via their approach to parking autos. Did I mention the word "deceptive"? Seems that way to me.
Jim D - Phoenix, Arizona
We stayed for an overnight here and were promptly greeted by Mike at Valet. After driving 600 miles it was nice to get a smile! Fast forward- clean rooms great staff day made! 5/21 we had key issue (daughter left in room) so we went to desk and were greeted by Ilse who did the proper security measures (room not in our name)while being both friendly and professional. Thank you to all for the best everything- this woman will be back!
doglovetravel - Connecticut