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Indulge in Style this Winter in Costa Mesa

This Winter, Travel Costa Mesa are offering a spectacular package for those wishing to visit the heart of Orange County.

Known as the City of the Arts, Costa Mesa is home to South Coast Plaza – the largest shopping destination on the West Coast of America. I’ve been visiting South Coast Plaza for quite a few years during my regular trips to Southern California; there is so much to see and do. So what’s the offer?

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Amazing festive display at South Coast Plaza

Indulge in style
This year, guests who book a minimum of a two-night consecutive stay at selected hotels in the area will receive :

  • a $100 South Coast Plaza gift-card (You read right, no mistypes here!)
  • VIP entry to the ACCESS hospitality suite
  • a South Coast Plaza VIP Passport – which provides exclusive discounts and offers at more than 100 shops and restaurants

The $100 gift card is certainly very generous and a great incentive to encourage visitors to stay at nearby hotels. The value of the gift card can be used for shopping and dining within South Coast Plaza, towards a show at the Segerstom Center for the Arts or at the popular Vaca restaurant.

Participating hotels
Westin South Coast Plaza (Review coming soon!)
Avenue of the Arts
Marriott Costa Mesa
Hilton Orange County/Costa Mesa
Crowne Plaza Costa Mesa
BLVD Hotel Costa Mesa
Residence Inn by Marriott Costa Mesa
Ayres Hotel and Suites Costa Mesa/Newport Beach

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Offer dates
The offer is valid for stays between now and the 7th of January 2018. Full T&C’s can be found here.

Things to see and do nearby
Aside from endless hours of shopping at South Coast Plaza, Costa Mesa is half-way between L.A. and San Diego in the heart of Orange County – meaning you are only a short drive away from the beauty of Newport Beach, the magic of the Disneyland Resort and so much more. On the Travel Costa Mesa website, there are some suggested itineraries, parts of which I have tried myself. Pretty good if you ask me.

In terms of food and drink, South Coast Plaza (and Costa Mesa itself) are full of acclaimed restaurants. I visited The Water Grill last year just after it had recently opened. One place I would highly recommend.

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