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Expand Your Dana Point of View

June 28, 2017

In Dana Point, you’ll discover the soulful style of Southern California, where transformational ocean experiences await and remarkable sophistication abounds. Located halfway between Los Angeles and San Diego, Dana Point is a unique seaside city. Bordered by the cities of Laguna Niguel, Laguna Beach, San Juan Capistrano and San Clemente, Dana Point is a luxury coastal experience that is unforgettably relaxing, inspiring, and breathtaking.

Offering plenty of pristine ocean views, romantic overlooks, and beach strolls, Dana Point also has a rich surfing history and is known for famous surf breaks. True to our surfer roots, Dana Point is the proud home to the world’s first retail surf shop created by ocean-sports industrialist, Hobie Alter. From breathtaking coastal resorts to a legendary harbor, to endless outdoor activities like fishing, golfing, whale watching and stand-up paddle boarding, Dana Point offers a different point of view of Southern California.

Anchored along seven miles of pristine Orange County coastline, Dana Point is home to an unmatched collection of luxury resorts that include DoubleTree by Hilton Doheny Beach, Laguna Cliffs Marriott Resort & Spa, Monarch Beach Resort, and The Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel, each with unforgettable ocean views. Dana Point is the perfect blend harmonizing the Pacific Ocean with the natural cliffs high above miles of sandy beaches. With our year-round attractions, it is always a good time to visit Dana Point.

This summer, we are offering visitors to Dana Point a reason to stay a little longer and see things from the Dana Point of view. From June 19 through September 4, visitors can book a three-night stay at one of our four premium resort locations and get the fourth night free along with a $100 resort credit.

Get an extra day to play in Dana Point and see life the way we do. See it from the Dana Point of view. Visit to learn more.