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Terranea Resort in Rancho Palos Verdes, California

Southern California gets no more spectacular than it is at Terranea Resort. Perched dramatically on an oceanfront bluff looking over miles of Pacific coastline, this Los Angeles area resort is a veritable gem. More than 100 acres of lushly landscaped grounds welcome you with a distinctively Mediterranean vibe at this Palos Verdes paradise, where accommodations are set in a variety of structures. The main hotel building houses guest rooms and suites with a relaxed modern style, none less than 450 square feet in size, featuring thoughtful amenities like iPod docks, pillow-top beds, private terraces, and views of the landscape and ocean. Elevate your experience in a Bungalow, enjoying upgraded amenities like complimentary use of the spa facilities, personal concierge service, and some of the property's most spectacular vistas. In the charming Casitas, take pleasure in your own private entrance and a residential feel within, replete with kitchen, living room, and laundry facilities. For larger parties, the resort's beautiful Villas, set in a secluded enclave, offer multiple bedrooms and the full features of a contemporary home. At Terranea Resort, life is like a magnificent dream.

The sunshine calls strongly at Terranea, and an ideal way to take it in is at the resort's three sparkling pools. A dedicated adult-only pool is complemented by a family pool that includes a 140-foot waterside, and the spa pool is available for those seeking pampered seclusion. The Spa at Terranea is a destination in itself, providing you with access to 50,000 square feet of blissful surroundings, including 25 treatment rooms, a full-service salon, relaxation lounges, and a spa café. Rev up your workout at the state-of-the-art fitness center, or head out for a round of golf on The Links at Terranea, the resort's award-winning 9-hole course. A network of walking and hiking trails connect you directly to Palos Verdes Peninsula's ocean trails system, making area exploration a convenient and picturesque activity. Dining at the resort takes advantage of the property's views and coastal climate, with options including al fresco California cuisine, inventive Asian fare, or classic comfort food in a causal setting. Unwind at The Lobby Bar, Living Room & Terrace to toast a perfect day, and relish in the sweet perfection that is Terranea Resort.

Location of Terranea Resort

Terranea Resort
100 Terranea Way
90275
Rancho Palos Verdes, California

Nearest Airport: LAX

Amenities for Terranea Resort

  • General Information
  • 582 Guest Rooms
  • Ecologically Sustainable Practices
  • Dining
  • Poolside Dining
  • Outdoor Dining
  • 2 Restaurants
  • Bar
  • Coffee Shop
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Concierge
  • Spa on Property
  • Hiking Trails
  • Fitness Center
  • Boutiques
  • 3 Pools
  • Gardens
  • Lap Pool
  • 9-Hole Golf Course
  • Activities
  • Bicycling
  • Wildlife Viewing
  • Business
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Family
  • Children's Programs
  • Waterslide
  • Nearby
  • Shopping
  • Restaurants
  • Beach
  • Golf

Reviews for Terranea Resort

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

Great for adults and good for kids. Terrific spa and food options with many relaxing area's to go to. Great view on water and places to walk/hike. Bashi was terrific to eat a nice date night meal. Nelson's great for a family dinner/pics of sunset.

Mike F - Orinda, California


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

We came here with hopes of having a relaxing Valentine's getaway, while our kid spent some time with grandma and grandpa. I wish we had chosen another destination. Terranea is a very busy resort, with far more young children than we had expected. The result was kids running and playing all over the grounds at all hours of the day, and yelling in the pool area into the night. I'm all for that at a family-oriented resort (Disney is 40 miles away!) but it wasn't the atmosphere that we were hoping for at a luxury hotel. Terranea was also simply too crowded. Despite the guaranteed check-in of 4:00, our room was not ready until almost 5:00. We were left standing around the lobby area waiting for another group to get up so we would have somewhere to sit. The front desk unhelpfully informed us that if we'd like a quiet place to wait while they prepared our room, we could buy passes to the spa for $40 per person. We fortunately made dinner reservations in advance, because the restaurants were turning away people without them. Other frustrations were typical for a big resort but annoying given the other negative experiences here. For example, valet parking is posted at the front entrance as $10, but is actually *$38* a day. We saw the sign advertising the $38 rate folded up and tucked behind the valet stand as we were leaving. Expect a hefty resort fee, as well. Our room was fairly nice but not amazing. Staff was friendly, and we had particularly great service at Bashi for dinner. But all in, we're going somewhere else in the future.

CoachZ - Chicago, Illinois


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

My husband and I were fortunate to have the opportunity to take one evening away from our wonderful 3-year-old, and chose Terranea as our couples' retreat. It underwhelmed us in nearly every regard. To begin with, I called ahead to ask about early check-in. I was told there was a "guarantee of a 4 P.M. check in, and they would try their best, but couldn't promise anything." When we arrived we checked our bag and sat on the porch reading to wait for our room. 4 o'clock came around, and no notification that our room was ready. 4:30 came around, and no notification that our room was ready. Meanwhile, we were seated on the patio, with a smoker upwind from us. I am pregnant, and was quite frustrated that my room was not ready, which resulted in me inhaling second-hand smoke while I waited. We finally got our room at 4:45, and it was fine. Very minimal, but fine. When I complained about the wait for the "guaranteed" check in time they said it was a busy holiday weekend and there was nothing to be done. They offered me a room that was below what I'd paid for, and I declined, citing I'd like the king bed I had been promise. Finally a small "resort credit" was issued to us, for the trouble, although after the "Resort fee" of $35 and $38 to park overnight, that nominal credit disappeared quickly. The resort was overrun with families with young children and dogs. We get it-we have a young child and two pets, but felt leaving them at home was merited for a resort of this caliber. Had we *any* idea this was such a family-centric resort, we would have chosen another location. Warning to couples wanting a quiet getaway: THIS IS NOT THE PLACE. When we inquired where we could go for quiet, we were told we could pay $40 per person to go to the spa for the day, which was for people 18 and over. $80 for the two of us to sit near the spa to read (not even get a treatment) is way too much. Dinner at Bashi was a highlight of the evening, however we had to move tables because a raucous family came in, and we did not want to spend our one kid-free evening alongside a family of 6 banging the table with chopsticks. Joyce (I believe her name was) was an incredible server-we highly recommend her. In the morning, we noticed that a maid was coming around knocking on doors at 8:45 A.M. to clean/encourage people to check out. They cited lack of cleaning staff the day before as to why our room wasn't ready, yet were pressuring guests to have their room cleaned before 9 A.M.?! Unbelievable. The property is beautiful, but for the exorbitant amount you pay, your money would absolutely be better spent elsewhere. We're disappointed that this was our experience, and want to caution others looking for a quiet getaway that they would likely be better served elsewhere.

EATeach - San Diego, California


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

Beautiful property, best views in SoCal! Enough food options and activities so you don’t feel compelled to leave. Even though it’s a resort, it did not feel overcrowded due to the expansiveness of the property with plenty of places to go for privacy.

markehopper


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

Great facilities. Make sure to read up on their billing options as they seem to be changing while the staff doesn't keep up to date on the new policies. I was informed that I could self-park at the beginning of my stay by an associate to only find out that all they offer is valet parking.

jshupdx - Portland, Oregon


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