On a hot August workday, my wife and I decided to travel to one of the coolest and most beautiful places in Los Angeles County… Terranea Resort. The goal is to use the resort's spa to get a non-resort guest fee of $60 per person throughout the day. Guests have access to the spa, spa pool, steam room, sauna, whirlpool, fitness centre and salon. Our goal is a refreshing outdoor pool and we are not disappointed with their beachfront spa pool. After being welcomed by a smiling receptionist, we welcomed the men's and women's locker rooms, including the steam room, sauna, outdoor cold water and whirlpool. The swimming pool is equipped with well-located loungers, sun umbrellas, potted plants and terracotta tiles. We quickly found two reclining chairs that looked comfortable and could see the best view and settle in the afternoon. The pool is large, well maintained and very attractive, as the warm August sun heats up for a day.
Later we ventured into the spa cafe, a cafe sitting in the shade of the shade. They offer a limited selection of light meals, including sandwiches, burritos, smoothies and "Bento Boxes". My wife likes tuscan tuna falafel because I am addicted to a few box choices ($6.00 each or $16 for $16). The boxed selection is small enough for your palm, but the coriander-salted tuna, seaweed and soba noodle salads are delicious. Other tempting menu options include local goat cheese, avocado, arugula and red onion baked pita and sushi with Gary, mustard and light soy sauce. All menu items are also available by the pool.
Opinion – comments – comments. Terranea Resort is situated at an elevated altitude on the P.V. to the locals. Residents who have lived in Los Angeles for a long time may think that this is the area where Marineland once lived. On the peninsula you can enjoy panoramic views of the coast and the island of Catalina and beyond. Many of the guests seem to be captivated by the low-flying pelicans, the distant dolphins and the beauty of the entire Palos Cape Verde coastline. The trail descends from a steep cliff to the beach below, and the tidal pool is filled with marine life and sea tide caves that can be explored at low tide. The nature trail branches along the cliff to several lookouts and semi-hidden beaches.
For those who wish to spend more than a day at the Terranea Resort, there are nearly 600 rooms, suites, bungalows, cottages and villas. Attributes. They also offer eight dining experiences, from casual cafes to the unique Nelson restaurant, where you can enjoy spectacular sunsets on the edge of the cliff. The resort includes more than 200 outdoor fire pits and fireplaces, bocce courts, Ryukyu Green and three heated pools, including a main pool with a 140-foot water slide. Surrounded by a golf course, The Links at Terranea is a 9-hole, 3-bar beachfront golf course. The course was named "second in the top ten Par-3 courses" by Golf Magazine. It is a short drive from the resort, including Point Vicente Lighthouse and Interpretive Center and the 18-hole Trump National Golf Course. Activities arranged by the resort include kayaking, paddle, surfing, fishing, scuba diving, snorkeling, whale watching, horseback riding, road cycling and more.
Whether your ideal holiday includes a stroll around the expansive ocean view, Terranea Resort is located in a spa resort where you can enjoy a round of golf at the beachfront golf resort or play in the Pacific Ocean. The resort is located approximately 45 minutes south of Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). It is a little over an hour's drive from the nearest freeway and there is no direct connection to its main small street. But this will only increase the seclusion of the resort. The best way to get there is to take the 405 freeway on Crenshaw Avenue. Drive south for miles. Turn right at Crest Road and turn left at Hawthorne Blvd. About 1.5 miles later. Stay at Hawthorne Blvd. Drive until Palos Verdes and turn left. Your rejuvenating holiday is less than a mile to the right.