Whether you're a beach person, a desert rat, a mountain lover, a country soul, or a big city fan, there is a spring break resort for you in Southern California.
With more than 400 miles of coastline, ranging from sandy Rivieras such as Pismo to the north and San Diego to the south, to the scenic rocky shores of Laguna and La Jolla, there are hundreds of spring break options for the discerning traveler.
Southern California is a land of mountains and valleys, with outdoor activities ranging across the spectrum, from boating, to biking, to hiking, to land-roving, to horseback riding.
The wine countries of Temecula and the Santa Inez Valley offer winery tours, tasting rooms and fine dining, along with world-class spas and accommodations.
Palm Springs and the desert communities east of Los Angeles have long been a spring break playground offering daily sunshine and evening nightlife. Several casinos within the area feature Las Vegas-style gaming, along with sumptuous buffets and luxurious accommodations.
Click the links on the list below to what spring break specials these Southern California resorts have to offer.
The Disneyland Hotel
Disneyland remains the top vacation location in Southern California and its iconic Disneyland Hotel is the flagship of the Disneyland accommodations.
Ritz-Carlton Los Angeles
Deep in the heart of Los Angeles is the new LA Live entertainment center, which features this sparkling tower containing a Marriott and a JW Marriott, crowned by a Ritz-Carlton.
The Four Seasons Biltmore Santa Barbara
The historic Four Seasons Biltmore Hotel in Santa Barbara is a local treasure and world-renowned resort with fine dining, spa and a beach club.
Lake Arrowhead Resort and Spa
Set beside the sparkling waters of Lake Arrowhead, the Lake Arrowhead Resort and Spa offers year-around activities from hiking, boating and fishing, to skiing and snow sports in the winter.
The Ojai Valley Inn and Spa
A Historic Hotels of America member, the Ojai Valley Inn features championship golf, as well as fine dining, spa services and an exclusive, five-bedroom villa.
W Hollywood Hotel
The edgy W Hotel Hollywood sets on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, right on the legendary corner of Hollywood and Vine. Surrounded by clubs, theaters and restaurants the W Hollywood is at the heart of L.A. nightlife.
Paradise Point Resort and Spa
Set on a private island within Mission Bay, Paradise Point is the ultimate Southern California coastal getaway for any season. A haven for families and a romantic retreat for couples, Paradise Point is like a trip to the tropics.
Hilton Waterfront Beach Hotel
Right across from the Huntington Beach pier stands the Hilton Waterfront Beach Resort. The angle of the hotel tower provides most guest rooms with full or ocean views from the balcony windows.
Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs
The newest luxury hotel in desert communities, the Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs offers chic guest rooms, plus a VIP rock star suite. You can expect exceptional dining and drinks, along with a spectacular pool.
The Resort at Pelican Hill
One of the newest resorts along the Southern California coast, Pelican Hill is poised to please with championship golf, spa, private villas and sumptuous bungalows. Enjoy world-class dining at Andrea, or one of the other five restaurants. And the spa? Not to be missed.