Best Western Newport Beach Inn

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

6208 W Coast Highway, Newport Beach, California, 92663, United States
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80%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
27%
51
Very Good
33%
63
Average
20%
38
Poor
10%
19
Terrible
8%
16

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 43% more than similarly rated 3.5 star hotels

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  • Families66
  • Couples74
  • Solo77
  • Business63

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Forum Posts

Balboa Boat Parade parking question

by londonlover

I'm hoping to attend the 2008 Balboa Christmas Boat Parade, but I've heard that parking on the island is impossible during that time because of the crowds. Does anyone know whether it would be feasible to park in the ferry parking lot in Newport Beach, or is that likely to be full as well? (I would be planning to cross over to the island around 4 PM for the 6:30 parade start time.) Thanks!

Re: Balboa Boat Parade parking question

by GoSC

Parking may be tough on the Peninsula as well (the part of Newport Beach that the Balboa Island ferry goes to and from).

If you are there at 4PM, that should be early enough. If all else fails, park in/around Fashion Island (the mall), and follow Jamboree Rd. to the island.

Have fun!

Re: Balboa Boat Parade parking question

by londonlover

I hadn't thought of parking at Fashion Island--good idea. Thanks for the advice. I'd also be happy getting there early and just strolling and having dinner before everyone else gets on the island looking for parking spaces.

Grazie!

Re: Balboa Boat Parade parking question

by kzapanta

at 4pm, still try driving into the island and keep a lookout for a spot. If not, go to one of the many residential streets near the island instead of automatically going up to Fashion Island and walking back down to the water. If your already planning to eat and know the place to eat, some larger restaurants will have designated parking without time limits.

Re: Balboa Boat Parade parking question

by londonlover

Thanks, Ken, good info!

Re: Balboa Boat Parade parking question

by kzapanta

good luck and have fun. I'm sure you'll be wondering why the locals have jackets to such 'spring weather' as your from Chicago. LOL.

Its quite a fun show if your at a balcony, or restaurant patio (hint hint) with some people with at least a few bottles of wine. Oh and there are these floating things with lights inching past you too.

Post a meet at the VT meet if you want to get together with some local Vters.

Travel Tips for Newport Beach

Stay here at a more quiet beach

by marinarena

Its Subduedness!

Though the city of Newport Beach is rather prominent with its richness and numerous activities, the beach area is rather subdued. This is the contrast of another beach city of, notably, Santa Monica.

Come to Quaint Corona Del Mar

by marinarena

Just south of the main Newport area is Corona del Mar, a pristine oceanic community that runs along Coast Highway (PCH). For those to can afford to live here, expect to have at least $150,000 income (yikes!) Visitors can enjoy a quiet, serene atmosphere that is less touristic. Corona del Mar can boast of its gorgeous shoreline which is just a few miles north of the immaculate Laguna Beach. For those who enjoy luxurious shopping, Corona del Mar has several exclusive shops and is close to Fashion Island, the grandest mall of them all- in Orange County.

Newport Beach, Hometown

by zssoneten

"Surf & Sun"

There is way too much to do here, surf, sail, skim, swim, sun, sand & shopping. Two world famous malls, South Coast Plaza & Fashion Island. From Burgers to Haute Cuisine all rolle dup in a 3 mile x % mile strip.

Behind the Orange Curtain: The Real Newport Beach

by outofofficeautoreply

So, I live in the, yes, OC. Picture me: I can get into any building in Murray Hill, Manhattan with WMD’s safely tissue-papered in a couple Henri Bendel bags without anyone taking a second glance. But here I am in this golden palace. Let’s take a tour.

"The Pilates Ethic and the Spirit of capitalassism."

I go to a very swank gym—nay, a “Sports Club.” It’s really impeccable—you don’t mind showering there at all. I recommend a visit as a sociological adventure. There are a lot of divorcees here. And I don’t just mean people who happen to have been married and now are not, but “divorcees” in all its accented glory. (I wouldn’t be surprised if gym memberships are stipulated in divorce decrees here.) There is a full bar (as in alcohol)…nuff said.

"Da’ Citrus Salon it ain’t"

You do not often stumble upon charming bookstores here in which you would peruse leisurely after a delightful Sunday brunch. There is the standard Barnes and Noble in Fashion Island. I hear you can buy books on the internet these days. Also, I should add that the Newport Beach public library is beautiful. There are ocean views and tons of twenty-somethings making eyes at each other while pretending to study for the GMAT and LSAT so their parents can support the development of their inner life for a few more years. I’m sorry. It’s such an easy target. Let’s get real. People are dim and image-conscious everywhere. As a friend so succinctly put it when considering whether she should move back to the Bay Area to raise her kids—“Do I rather that my daughters pretend that they’re blonde or pretend that they read books?”

And to give the OC it’s due--UCI professors are winning an astounding number of Nobels and just after Derrida passed away I read an OC Weekly article about how he once spoke here and lit the deconstructionist community afire.

Newport Beach

by julcickas

"Bluewater Grill"

Great place to visit. Got this shot of a whole Swordfish being delivered to Bluewater Grill, a great casual seafood restaurant in Newport. (I happen to own it so I am a little partial) But I will take care of you !

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Address: 6208 W Coast Highway, Newport Beach, California, 92663, United States