Park Hyatt Aviara Resort opens in Carlsbad

Park Hyatt Aviara Resort opened today
in
Carlsbad.
Designed in the Spanish colonial style, Park Hyatt Aviara is
set off by
palm trees, expansive gardens, rolling hills, and views of the Pacific Coast

The
resort
spans 205 acres set on the northern shore of the Batiquitos Lagoon, one
of California‘s untouched wetlands with more than 130 species of birds and 24
varieties of flowering plants. 

“We are
thrilled to be
managing one of California‘s
most
beautiful resorts,” said Chuck Floyd, chief operating officer, North
America, Hyatt Hotels Corporation.

Four restaurants, range from a poolside
caf to an airy bistro and a contemporary steakhouse. An elegant dining
room serves a regional Italian menu.

Guestrooms feature a marble bathroom with a huge bathtub. 
Of the 329 rooms, 44 are suites and all rooms have a private balcony or a
landscaped terrace.

A signature spa covers 15,000
square feet with 20 treatment rooms and fitness center.  The 18-hole
championship golf
course is ranked as one of the top courses on the West Coast. Designed
by Arnold Palmer, it features exceptional practice facilities and a
two-story
Spanish colonial clubhouse. 

Club-fitting and instruction are offered at
the
acclaimed Kip
Puterbaugh Aviara
Golf Academy

and TaylorMade Performance Lab.

The six tennis courts, managed by Peter
Burwash
International, include two clay courts and four hard courts.

There are
78,000
square feet of indoor and outdoor meeting and event space. 

“The
resort’s outstanding natural beauty is a rare find, and the property
comes with many traditions that are already beloved,” said Mark
Stiebeling,
general manager, Park Hyatt Aviara.

Park Hyatt Aviara also
features a Beach
Butler who provides complimentary transportation to the beach (a 10-minute
trip)
and all the amenities: chairs, beach umbrella, towels and
blankets.

The Beach Butler
can also recommend
locations and contacts for kayaking, snorkeling, deep-sea fishing and
other
aquatic activities. 

For those guests choosing to remain on property, an
arcade
game room features traditional billiards, foosball, ping pong tables,
video
games and air hockey. 

A recreation center features
open space
for sports activities including sand volleyball, lawn bowling,
horseshoes,
croquet and half-court basketball.

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