April 29, 1999 |
The world's most romantic hotel looks out upon Catalina sunsets from the bluffs of Dana Point, a survey of Gourmet magazine's tasteful readers has found. They bestowed the honor on the Ritz-Carlton, a Mediterranean-style luxury hotel with sweeping coastal views and unusual options for the romantically inclined.
June 17, 1998 |
California's ban on smoking in most public places didn't extinguish the recent 10th annual Gentleman's Smoker at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Dana Point. The tuxedoed cigar enthusiasts just wafted outside, around the main pool at the resort hotel, where they puffed their way through an eight-course meal to the strains of a string quartet. Participants included Tom Wilson, celebrating his election to a first full term as an Orange County supervisor.
March 26, 1998 |
Spring hath sprung. Splurge! The Ritz-Carlton in Dana Point stages a Flower and Herb Garden Tour of its sumptuous grounds that includes a three-course lunch in the Terrace restaurant. (Try identifying those flowers in your food!) MORNING, 1 The tour and lunch is $35 all-inclusive. Helpful hint for budget-busters: Bring about $3 in quarters for the parking meters at the Salt Creek Beach Park lot (opposite the Ritz-Carlton), and you can forgo the hotel's $9 valet fee.
December 12, 1997 |
For the ultimate two-night fantasy at the seaside Ritz-Carlton, better bring cash and credit cards. Creating what appears to be the most expensive promotion ever offered by the resort industry, the Ritz is offering a weekend stay for three couples--at $500,000.
December 12, 1997 |
For the ultimate two-night fantasy at the seaside Ritz-Carlton in Dana Point, better bring cash and credit cards. Creating what appears to be the most expensive promotion ever in the resort industry, the Ritz is offering a weekend stay for three couples--at $500,000.
February 8, 1997 |
The popular Ritz-Carlton hotel in Dana Point is quietly being peddled by owner Prudential Insurance Co. of America, which is betting that this will be a good year for commercial real estate. The asking price is "not public," said Peter C. Krause, a New York investment banker who is handling the sale for Prudential. A spokesman for the insurance company Thursday would not comment on the property. "The company has put this up for sale very quietly," said Donald W.