Newport Beach Invites Angelenos to Avoid the 405 Freeway Shutdown With Special "Escape Car-Mageddon" Hotel Packages

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Los Angeles Mayor Villaraigosa is suggesting people to "Go On Vacation" and get out of town. Visit Newport Beach has special offers for Angelenos to ride the waves instead of the breaks over the three-day weekend of July 15 - 17, 2011

Go On Vacation
-Mayor Villaraigosa

Visit Newport Beach Inc., the Destination Marketing Organization for the city of Newport Beach, is offering a solution to what the media has hyped as "Car-Mageddon" with special "Escape Car-Mageddon!" hotel packages at some of Newport Beach's most relaxing beach hotels. A sample of the packages being offered this weekend include:

The Balboa Bay Club & Resort with Luxurious Guest Room, Complimentary Breakfast and Valet

Fairmont Newport Beach with Spa discounts, Complimentary Cocktails & Valet

Hyatt Regency Newport Beach with 3rd Night Free

Island Hotel Newport Beach with Complimentary Breakfast & Valet

Marriott Newport Beach Hotel & Spa with Complimentary Breakfast & Valet

The Resort at Pelican Hill with Resort Credit

With consistently some of the cleanest water and beaches in California, it is Newport Beach's civic duty to assist our neighbors to the north and offer an easy, convenient solution to the freeway shutdown.

For immediate bookings and a complete list of packages and details, go to: VisitNewportBeach.com/escape405 or call 800.94.COAST (800.942.6278).

About Newport Beach
Known for its picturesque views of the Pacific and one of the world’s largest small yacht harbors, Newport Beach is a chic seaside community located on southern California’s Orange County coastline between Los Angeles and San Diego. The city is acclaimed for its beaches, mild year-round weather, boating/yachting community, sophisticated atmosphere, international film festival, three annual epicurean festivals and the oldest holiday boat parade in the nation. Newport Beach was named “One of the top ten resort towns in the U.S” by AOL Travel in 2008. For additional travel information, please contact Visit Newport Beach Inc. by clicking on http://www.visitnewportbeach.com or calling (800) 94-COAST.

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