Crowne Plaza
Ventura Beach

The Crowne Plaza Ventura Beach Hotel is Ventura 's only beachside hotel with ocean front swimming pool and rooms with ocean views.

Crowne Plaza Ventura Beach HotelCrowne Plaza Ventura Beach Hotel

The Crowne Plaza Ventura Beach Hotel, Ventura’s only beachside hotel, is a 4-star hotel located directly on the beach, and its rooms have balconies with views of the Pacific Ocean. The 258-room Crowne Plaza is also adjacent to the historic Ventura pier and within easy walking distance of Ventura’s vibrant downtown district.

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Facilities

Facilities include complete catering and convention services, convenient parking, balcony rooms with ocean views, restaurants with outdoor patio dining, a lobby lounge with ocean view and ocean front patio seating, full room service, a heated ocean front swimming pool, exercise room, business center, and games room.

Gym at the Crowne Plaza Ventura Beach HotelGym at the Crowne Plaza Ventura Beach

Dining

As well as the AQUA Beachfront Bar with its views of Ventura's Pacific coast, the Crowne Plaza recently opened its new concept restaurant, C-Street. C-Street has a focus on fresh local seafood with dishes such as Five Spice Crusted Ahi Tuna seared rare and topped with Pineapple Mango Chutney, though there are plenty of steak and pasta choices too, and a fine list of California wines.

Restaurant at the Crowne Plaza Ventura Beach HotelThe Hotel Restaurant

Location

The Crowne Plaza in Ventura is located at 450 East Harbor Boulevard at the intersection of California Street and Harbor Boulevard. It is close to exit 70a off California's Pacific Coast Highway.

View from the Crowne Plaza Ventura Beach HotelView from the Crowne Plaza Ventura Beach Hotel

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