DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Doheny Beach - Dana Point
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDoubleTree Suites by Hilton Doheny Beach - Dana Point
This hotel is nice and is right across from the beach. The restaurant inside is good and they have a all of the amenities including a hot tub, pool, and fitness center. We've stayed here several times and it's always been clean and pleasant. The rooms have coffee makers, refrigerators, and a microwave. The also have private balconies and ours overlooked the ocean.
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We flew from Denver into the Orange County airport. As we were approaching the airport to land, we opened our window shade to the incredible sight of the orange sunset over the cotton candy clouds. In awe, Brian murmured "Wow, look how our trip is welcoming us..." We were treated to a delicious dinner of Gyoza, adzuki bean rice and steamed teriyaki vegetables. Nothing like ...
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... will head back to the parks one more time. We looked into some other things to do in and around the area and even considered driving over to Los Angeles but after voting we decided against it. Driving anywhere outside our little travel zone between the campground and the parks has not proved to be wise.
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