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Stay with Inspirato along California’s shimmering Newport Coast at The Resort at Pelican Hill, where we offer private residences, rooms, and suites. Enjoy access to five-star resort amenities throughout your stay, including six restaurants, a golf course, a full-service spa, three pools, and more.
Choose from any one of our spacious villas at the resort, including Turtle Rock, Reef Point, and Channel Vista. All villas—just a five-minute drive from the beach—offer exclusive access to a private clubhouse with two dining options, as well as a heated pool and hot tub.
Known as the "Pacific Riviera," the intimate Newport Coast fringes the shimmering Pacific Ocean between Corona Del Mar and Laguna Beach. Gorgeous landscapes abound in this prestigious community and multiple nature trails wind throughout its carefully preserved open spaces. With an average of 340 days of sunshine per year, the weather is usually perfect for playing the area's two Tom Fazio-designed championship golf courses, cruising by luxury yacht from Newport Harbor, meandering among the art galleries of nearby Laguna Beach, or enjoying the prime surfing and sunbathing that Newport's spectacular Crystal Cove Beach offers.
Stroll the quaint streets of Balboa Island to experience Newport Coast like a local. This charming neighborhood is dotted with beachside cottages, stores, and eateries. A two-mile walking path offers unobstructed harbor views.
Sail through Newport Harbor past waterfront mansions and out to the sunny waters where sea lions, dolphins, and the occasional whale swim. Keep an eye out for majestic coves along the way that are ideal for a swim or snorkel.
Play a trio of Fazio’s courses, including Ocean North and Ocean South along the coast’s canyons and cliffs. Oak Creek Golf Club, named for the rushing creek that winds through it, offers pristine greens and peaceful lakes.
The weather at Newport Coast is heavily influenced by its location on the Pacific Ocean, which regulates temperature and results in a Mediterranean-style climate, marked by warmer winter temperatures and cool summer temperatures. Temperatures vary minimally from season to season, particularly when compared to inland cities only a few miles away.