Summer is forever in Huntington Beach, CA. Surf City Family along with a few Faceboon Fans and bloggers Kristen from RageAgainstTheMinivan.com, Sarah from Whoorl.com and Marcie from SuburbanMamas.com and their families celebrated the end of summer and the start of the new school year at the Slyders Water Playground at Hyatt Regency Resort and Spa Huntington Beach. The evening ended with the Surf City Family kids making s’mores around the fire.
The Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach offers a casually sophisticated retreat, reflective of the surrounding area. Yes, even for locals! The expansive resort holds a wealth of on-property experiences for the entire family that make it a breeze to check the car keys and never look back. Perfect for a staycation!
Slyders Water Playground
Did you know that you can purchase day passes for $30/pp for Slyders water playground? It features three water slides dropping you into two splash pools, a ribbon shaped main pool, shallow children’s wading pool, two fire pits perfect for roasting marshmallow’s, nine private cabanas complete with flat screen TV’s and wireless internet (available for rental on a daily basis) and an oversized hot tub! Shubee’s poolside cafe offers casual fare, fresh fruit smoothies and full bar for grown-ups. Call the hotel to check the hours for Slyders.
If you are staying at the hotel, Camp Hyatt will keep the day filled with fun experiences for kids ages 3-12 learning about flora, fauna, culture and geography as they splash in the beach or pool, build kites and even roast s’mores. The program offers morning, afternoon and evening sessions, a specially priced children’s menu (in-room dining or restaurants), and access to outside babysitting services.
For more information, visit huntingtonbeach.hyatt.com