California is filled with hotels and resorts that allow you to relax, be romantic, reconnect and not have to worry about details like dinner plans and cleaning up. Chill out by pools, take in breathtaking views of mountains and oceans, enjoy desert spa treatments and just forget about the daily grind at some of the best hotels and resorts for couples in California.
Well-appointed guest rooms, ocean views, spa treatments, gourmet dining, at Loews Coronado Bay you can experience it all. It’s one of the most luxurious hotels in the San Diego area and the only one right on the bay so that you can watch ships and yachts while sipping champagne.
The Lodge at Torrey Pines offers legendary accommodations. The golf course is amongst the best in the world and the spacious spa, beautiful grounds and close proximity to the ocean offers some of the most beautiful scenery imaginable.
Located right on the beach, Surf & Sand offers guestrooms, suites, cottages and a variety of things to do, whether you want to relax or learn a new couples’ hobby. Learn how to surf or paddleboard and then enjoy happy hour as you watch the sunset on the ocean.
There’s more to San Luiso Obispo than just being a college town. At Sycamore Mineral Springs you can enjoy the relatively quiet beauty of Avila Beach or soak in a mineral water filled hot tub or head to the Waterfall Lagoon. You can also enjoy a soak in a private mineral tub, which is featured in every room.
Post Ranch Inn offers some of the most luxurious accommodations in the world, including being accessible via helicopter. Surrounded by rugged terrain, you can hike, enjoy spa treatments and fine dining all in the well-appointed getaway resort.
Korakia Pensione is a Moroccan/Mediterranean inspired getaway in the heart of Palm Springs. Go for a couples’ massage, indulge in afternoon tea, explore the city on complimentary bicycles and then relax in the courtyard for an evening of stargazing on a daybed.
Formerly known as Griffin House Inn, Sacred Rock Resort is one of California’s best kept secrets. Located on a rocky piece of coast that is seldom visited by tourists, you can stay in your own cozy cottage or explore the local small town, which dates back to the 1850s.
If you enjoy camping, then head to Two Harbors on Catalina Island, on the other side from the tourism of Avalon. With only a few restaurants and a dance floor open during the summer months, camping in Two Harbors is almost like being on a private island.