Eric Clapton The Live Album Collection 1970-1980 : 4 Album, 6 Piece Vinyl-Only Box Set

March 25th will see the release of all of Eric Clapton’s live albums from his recording period with Polydor/RSO, 1970-1980. A vinyl-only title, Eric Clapton – The Live Album Collection 1970-1980 is a companion set to the January, vinyl-only box set release of all of his Polydor/RSO solo studio albums spanning the same period. Similarly, each album here has been newly remastered and pressed on heavyweight vinyl. Capturing live concerts in New York, California, Rhode Island, Tokyo and London, the collection includes Clapton’s 1973 concert at London’s Rainbow with an all-star line-up featuring Pete Townshend, Steve Winwood, Ronnie Wood and Jim Capaldi. 

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ERIC CLAPTON THE LIVE ALBUM COLLECTION 1970-1980 4 ALBUM, 6 PIECE VINYL-ONLY BOX SET AVAILABLE MARCH 25th, 2016.  (PRNewsFoto/Universal Music Enterprises)

Eric Clapton, who recently celebrated his 70th birthday this year, needs little by way of introduction, as a renowned solo artist in his own right as well as a member of the Yardbirds, Cream and Derek and the Dominos. He is the only three-time inductee to the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame and is one of the most important and influential guitarists of all time. He has been the recipient of 17 Grammy Awards, 1 Brit Award and 1 Bafta.

  1. Derek & The Dominos – Derek & The Dominos In Concert (00602547509475)
    – Live double album, recorded in 1970, released in October 1973.
    – Recorded at the Fillmore East in New York.
    – Features – ‘Why does Love Got To Be So Sad‘, ‘Let It Rain‘ and ‘Bottle Of Red Wine‘ amongst others.
  2. Eric Clapton’ Rainbow Concert (00602547423634)
    – Recorded at London’s Rainbow Theatre in January 1973.
    – All star line up includes Pete Townshend, Steve Winwood, Ronnie Wood and Jim Capaldi.
    – First live performance where Eric used his famous Stratocaster guitar “Blackie”.
    – Features – ‘Badge‘, ‘Presence Of The Lord‘ and ‘Pearly Queen‘ amongst others.
  3. Eric Clapton – E.C. Was Here (00602537590940)
    – Recorded in 1974 & 1975 at the Long Beach Arena, California, London’s Hammersmith Odeon and the Providence Civic Centre, Rhode Island.
    – Peaked #14 in the UK chart and #20 in the US Billboard chart.
    – Features – ‘Have You Ever Loved A Woman‘ and ‘Drifting Blues‘ amongst others.
  4. Eric Clapton – Just One Night (00602547504968)
    – Recorded at the
    Budokan Theatre, Tokyo, Japan.
    – Certified gold, the album reached #2 in the US and #3 in the UK.
    – Features – ‘
    Cocaine‘, ‘Rambling On My Mind‘ and ‘Wonderful Tonight‘ amongst others.

The Elton John AIDS Foundation (EJAF) Announces New Awards for Grant-Making Partnership with The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation (ETAF)

$330,000 In Grant Awards Focus On The Aids Epidemic In The Southern United States

Join us in speaking out, taking action, and contributing to our efforts to achieve a world without AIDS.” – The Elton John AIDS Foundation (EJAF)

The Elton John AIDS Foundation (EJAF) announced a second year of grant awards made in partnership with The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation (ETAF). With the support of $100,000 in funding from The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation, EJAF has awarded $330,000 in grants to five organizations addressing the AIDS epidemic in the Southern part of the United States. EJAF is excited about the continued impact this partnership will have in advancing the fight against HIV/AIDS in the Southern United States where it is needed most.

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Elton John AIDS Foundation logo (PRNewsFoto/Elton John AIDS Foundation)

At the Elton John AIDS Foundation (EJAF) they believe that AIDS can be beaten. They act on that belief by raising funds for evidence-based programs and policies, and also by speaking out with honesty and compassion about the realities of people’s lives. Elton John created EJAF over twenty years ago, first in the United States in 1992 and then in the United Kingdom in 1993. Through hard work and with the help of a wide range of kind and generous friends and supporters—and the annual Elton John Oscar Night Viewing party held in Los Angeles, the two foundations together have raised more than $349 million over the past two decades to combat stigma, prevent infections, provide treatment and services, and motivate governments to end AIDS. The U.S. foundation focuses its efforts on programs in the United States, the Americas, and the Caribbean, while the U.K. foundation funds HIV-related work in Europe,Asia, and Africa.

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The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation (ETAF) logo

Poor access to HIV testing and good healthcare, as well as pervasive inequality for people most vulnerable to the disease, continue to make the U.S. South an epicenter of today’s AIDS crisis,” said EJAF Chairman David Furnish. “This is particularly true for LGBTQ individuals and Black Americans living in the Southern states. A recent CDC report has projected that, if HIV infection rates remain unchanged, half of all Black gay men will test positive for HIV at some point in their lifetime, as well as one in four Latino gay men, and one in eleven white gay men.  By making these grants, both Foundations commit to relentless advocacy and investment until we see meaningful and lasting change in the course of this epidemic.

The projects being supported include:

A Birmingham, Alabama center providing a safe, supportive, and affirming space for LGBTQ youth;

A Georgia-based advocacy center focused on the impact of HIV/AIDS on young black gay men;

A Jacksonville, Florida organization providing young LGBT people with access to pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP);

A Memphis, Tennessee program supporting the needs of Black gay families; and

An Atlanta-based community organization engaging transgender people of color, the larger LGBTQ community, and supportive allies to advocate for the end of policies that criminalize HIV/AIDS.

Elizabeth Taylor established The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation (ETAF) in 1991 to support organizations delivering direct care and services to people living with HIV and AIDS, often to the most marginalized populations. Today, ETAF also provides funding for HIV prevention education and advocacy programs throughout the world, including existing organizations creating new and innovative techniques that help spread awareness of HIV prevention and treatment to targeted communities. To date ETAF has granted $17 million to more than 675 organizations in 44 countries and 42 states in the U.S. 

The path that Elizabeth Taylor paved continues through the work of ETAF. She arranged for ETAF to go on in perpetuity with the operating costs paid for by her Trust. Therefore, 100% of every dollar donated goes directly to helping people affected by HIV/AIDS. To advance the founders’ vision of helping the most marginalized people within the AIDS community, Ms. Taylor’s friends and family are working together as ETAF Ambassadors to help keep the issue of HIV/AIDS top-of-mind for the public. (To learn more or to make a donation, please visit www.elizabethtayloraidsfoundation.org.)

Far too many people are denied equal rights and equal access to health care in this country, especially in the Southern U.S.  This partnership helps to address the serious inequities that exist in the provision of education, diagnosis, and treatment for the people most vulnerable to HIV/AIDS,” said ETAF Managing Director Joel Goldman. “At The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation, we are thrilled to join the Elton John AIDS Foundation to help right this imbalance and address the needs of the hardest-hit areas and populations in the U.S. South.

In the 1980s when the AIDS epidemic began, Elizabeth Taylor was the brightest star in Hollywood, one of the greatest celebrities in the world,” said EJAF Founder Sir Elton John. “But she was also willing to get her hands dirty.  She stood up for gay people when few others would, and she got right into the nitty-gritty of AIDS policy and fought for the cause, without a moment’s hesitation or thought for her own reputation.  Elizabeth was my dear friend, and she remains one of my heroes. I am extremely proud of EJAF’s partnership with The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation to help carry her great legacy forward.

For more information, please visit www.ejaf.org. American Airlines is the official airline of the Elton John AIDS Foundation.

Greg Louganis to Be Honored By Point Foundation

Olympian is the Second Honoree Announced for April 11 Point Honors Gala in New York

The Point Foundation , the nation’s largest scholarship-granting organization for LGBTQ students of merit, will present five-time Olympic medalist Greg Louganis with the Point Legend Award, which recognizes an individual who has achieved greatness in their professional career and unapologetically supported the LGBTQ community. The award will be presented to Louganis at the landmark Fifth Avenue New York Public Library April 11. The event begins at 6:30 p.m.

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Greg Louganis (PRNewsFoto/Point Foundation)

I am deeply honored to be receiving the Point Legend Award this year,” said Louganis. “Point Foundation’s service to help LGBTQ youth overcome all the obstacles, challenges, prejudices that I myself endured is so inspirational. To see these young men and women get the opportunity to obtain higher education degrees truly touches my heart and I am so proud of each of them. I look forward to cheering them on, both scholars and mentors on this very special night.”

The Point Foundation empowers promising LGBTQ students to achieve their full academic and leadership potential – despite the obstacles often put before them – to make a significant impact on society. Point Foundation promotes change through scholarship funding, mentorship, leadership development, and community service training. (www.pointfoundation.org facebook/pointfoundation |twitter/pointfoundation Instagram/pointfoundation| #PointHonors )POINT FOUNDATION

Some of Point’s 85 current scholars and 217 alumni will be present at the event to share with the audience their inspiring stories about how they have overcome challenges to get their higher education degrees.

Greg Louganis is rightfully an icon of perseverance and courage for so many people, as well as a person with a genuine magnanimous spirit,” said Jorge Valencia, Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of Point Foundation. “Greg has participated in a number of Point events, and our scholars and alumni are always inspired by what he has to say and the example he has set as an LGBTQ advocate and athlete. With the Summer Olympics fast approaching, it is a fitting time to honor Greg with the Point Foundation Legend Award.”

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Pete Nowalk (PRNewsFoto/Point Foundation)

As previously announced, Pete Nowalk, Executive Producer and creator of ABC’s “How to Get Away With Murder” will also be honored at the gala with the Point Leadership Award. Celebrity participants include Michelle Collins, Jack Falahee, Billy Gilman, and Conrad Ricamora. Additional celebrity attendees to be announced.

SPONSORS OF POINT HONORS: 
Presenting Sponsor: Wells Fargo
Premier Sponsors: Hilton Worldwide, HSBC, Janssen Therapeutics, James Cummings and Justin Mohat
Principal sponsors: Citi, Coach, Philippe Brugère-Trélat and Mitchell Draizin
National Media Sponsor: The Advocate and Pride.com
Local Media Sponsor: Gay City News

HOST COMMITTEE: Salman Azhar, MD; Philippe Brugère-Trélat and Mitchell Draizin; Claudia Caine and Linda Naylor; James Cummings and Justin Mohatt; Ron Falcon, MD; Brent Feigenbaum and Frank Morgan; Shelley and Robert Fischel; Herb Hamsher, Jonathan Stoller, Judith Light and Robert Desiderio; Peter D. Lease andEdward J. Wood; Bruce Lindstrom; Michael Mahoney; Clay Petre; Lisa Rosenblum; Ron Rudolph; David Steward and M. Pierre Friedrichs; Richard Ziegelasch and Patrick Campion

Talenti® Gelato & Sorbetto Unveils Six New Flavors For 2016

Nutty, Savory And Sweet Profiles Lead This Year’s Flavor Journey

Talenti® Gelato & Sorbettothe best-selling gelato in the United States based on retail sales results for 2015 annual sales period ending 12/19/2015— is unveiling six new flavors for 2016. Talenti, the company, began as a gelateria in 2003 and has since grown into the best-selling packaged gelato in the United States. A wholly-owned subsidiary of Unilever, Talenti is committed to using artisanal methods and uses only the finest, carefully sourced ingredients — Belgian Chocolate, fresh whole Tahitian vanilla beans from Papua New Guinea, select coconuts from the Philippines, and real Argentine dulce de leche are just a few of the many fine ingredients used to create Talenti gelatos and sorbettos.

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Talenti(R) Gelato & Sorbetto (PRNewsFoto/Talenti Gelato & Sorbetto)

Talenti is committed to using only the good stuff when creating their multitude of sorbetto and gelato flavors. Farm-fresh milk and fine, pure cane sugar are blended with ingredients sourced from around the globe, and locally, whenever possible. With this, the company uses artisanal cooking methods designed to create robust flavor profiles and experiences. The end result is scooped into the signature Talenti clear, recyclable, resealable and BPA-free containers. Sorbetto options are also part of the ever-evolving product line.

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Talenti(R) Gelato & Sorbetto unveils six new flavors for 2016 including Chocolate Sorbetto, Coconut Almond Chocolate Gelato, Key Lime Pie Gelato, Peanut Butter Pretzel Gelato, Vanilla Caramel Swirl Gelato and Wild Blackberry Gelato. (PRNewsFoto/Talenti Gelato & Sorbetto)

Beginning this month, the new varieties will appear in grocery store freezers and include delicious, hand-crafted flavors just in time for the warmer spring and summer months:

Chocolate Sorbetto: No milk? No problem. A sophisticated cocoa sorbetto that delivers a smooth, simple and rich chocolate taste.

Coconut Almond Chocolate GelatoCoconut shreds, semi-sweet chocolatey flakes, and salted roasted almonds all blended into coconut gelato.

Key Lime Pie GelatoRefreshing key lime gelato with a textured graham swirl and graham cracker pieces.

Peanut Butter Pretzel GelatoPeanut butter gelato with a peanut butter ripple and chocolatey peanutty crunchy pretzel balls.

Vanilla Caramel Swirl GelatoClassic vanilla bean gelato with a generous swirl of decadent Talenti dulce de leche.

Wild Blackberry GelatoAn elegant blackberry gelato with a smooth blackberry swirl.

We’re always finding ways to innovate our flavor lineup, and we’re really proud of these inventive twists and fresh flavor combinations,” said Josh Hochschuler, founder of Talenti. “This year’s flavors are made with real ingredients you can see — like coconut shreds, layers of graham crackers and ribbons of peanut butter — and we’re excited for our fans to discover these latest creations.”

The newest flavors will debut at this year’s Natural Products Expo West show in Anaheim, Calif., which ends this weekend. Consumers can find the new Talenti flavors at major retailers nationwide for a suggested retail price of $4.99-$5.99. For a full list of Talenti products and to find retail locations

The Met Breuer Opens to the Public on March 18, 2016 Expanding The Met’s Modern and Contemporary Program

Inaugural Season Features Mix of Visual Arts and Performance, Including:

  • Unfinished: Thoughts Left Visible, major thematic survey featuring unfinished works of art from the Renaissance to the present day;
  • Monographic exhibition of Indian modernist artist Nasreen Mohamedi;
  • Continuous in-gallery performances by Artist in Residence Vijay Iyer (through March 31, 2016), a newly commissioned sonic experience by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer John Luther Adams, and an all-day performance in The Met’s three locations of the U.S. premiere of Karlheinz Stockhausen’s composition KLANG;
  • Forthcoming exhibitions in 2016 season include rarely seen, early photographs by Diane Arbus (opening July 2016);
  • Mid-career retrospective of the contemporary painter Kerry James Marshall (opening October 2016), with a complementary “artist’s choice” installation of works from The Met collection;
  • Inhabiting Marcel Breuer’s Architecture, an exhibition of newly commissioned architectural photographs of four iconic Marcel Breuer-designed buildings (opening November 2016)

Since it was founded in 1870, The Met has always aspired to be more than a treasury of rare and beautiful objects. Every day, art comes alive in the Museum’s galleries and through its exhibitions and events, revealing both new ideas and unexpected connections across time and across cultures. Furthermore, millions of people also take part in The Met experience online. The Met presents over 5,000 years of art from around the world for everyone to experience and enjoy. The Museum now lives in three iconic sites in New York City—The Met Fifth Avenue, The Met Breuer, and The Met Cloisters.

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The new Met logo (www.metmuseum.org)

On March 18, 2016, The Metropolitan Museum of Art will launch its inaugural season at The Met Breuer, its new space dedicated to modern and contemporary art. Housed in the landmark building designed by the renowned Bauhaus architect Marcel Breuer, The Met Breuer program invites visitors to engage with the art of the 20th and 21st centuries through a range of exhibitions, commissions, performances, and artist residencies all uniquely presented through the global breadth and historical reach of The Met’s unparalleled collection and resources.

The reopening of Marcel Breuer’s iconic building on Madison Avenue represents an important chapter in the cultural life of New York City,” said Thomas P. Campbell, Director and CEO of The Met.Whether frequent or first-time visitors to our Fifth Avenue building or The Met Cloisters, we look forward to welcoming everyone to The Met Breuer, which provides an unparalleled opportunity to experience modern and contemporary art through the lens of the global breadth and historical reach of The Met’s collection.

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The Met Breuer (www.metmuseum.org)

Sheena Wagstaff, the Leonard A. Lauder Chairman of The Met’s Department of Modern and Contemporary Art, added: “With the launch of The Met Breuer, we are honoring the history of this beloved building and embracing its significance to the cultural landscape of our city as we infuse it with The Met’s curatorial spirit for the public to enjoy. For our inaugural season, we have developed a far-reaching program that explores themes that stretch across history, geography, and art forms. Great works of art can transcend both time and place, as our program powerfully demonstrates.”

Under the direction of Campbell, Wagstaf has developed the curatorial program at The Met Breuer in partnership with departments from across the Museum, including Photographs; European Paintings; European Sculpture and Decorative Arts; Drawings and Prints; Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas; the American Wing; and Concerts & Lectures.

The Met Breuer’s program will spotlight modern and contemporary art in dialogue with historic works that encompass the full range of The Met’s vast collection. The building will host both monographic and thematic exhibitions, as well as new commissions and performances. The two inaugural exhibitions at The Met are Unfinished: Thoughts Left Visible, a cross-departmental curatorial initiative that brings together works by some of the greatest artists of all time, from Titian to Louise Bourgeois, who experimented with a non finito style; and the largest exhibition to date dedicated to Indian modernist Nasreen Mohamedi. Additionally, a music installation by Artist in Residence Vijay Iyer will activate The Met Breuer’s Tony and Amie James Gallery in the lobby throughout March.

Photography is also a cornerstone of the program at The Met Breuer, including a presentation of early photographs by Diane Arbus, opening in July that will be drawn from The Met’s Diane Arbus Archive; and a series of commissioned architectural photographs that will document four seminal public buildings designed by Marcel Breuer, opening in the fall. Culminating The Met Breuer’s inaugural season, the first major survey in the United States of Kerry James Marshall, whose work asserts the place of the black figure within the narrative of Western painting, will go on view in October.

These programs will take place within an iconic building that has been restored with architect Marcel Breuer’s original vision in mind, supporting an integrated experience of art and architecture. Restoration work was completed under the guidance of Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners LLC to maintain the unique character of the building’s signature attributes—including the textured concrete surfaces, bluestone floors, and bronze fixtures—with special consideration given to respecting the patina of history within the space by preserving the aesthetic of weathered areas. In addition to undertaking this extensive cleaning and restoration work, The Met also collaborated with the Whitney Museum of American Art to upgrade the building’s infrastructure systems. To enhance the building’s sunken garden, The Met commissioned landscape architect Günther Vogt to create a site-specific design and installation that includes Quaking Aspen trees planted along the west perimeter.

The Met gratefully acknowledges the following lead contributors to The Met Breuer: Daniel and Estrellita Brodsky and Howard S. and Nancy Marks; The Carson Family Charitable Trust, Tony and Amie James, and Anthony W. and Lulu C. Wang; Cheryl and Blair Effron, Mark Fisch and Rachel Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. J. Tomilson Hill, Eliot C. and Wilson Nolen, Samantha Boardman Rosen and Aby J. Rosen, Bonnie J. Sacerdote, and Alejandro Santo Domingo; Stephanie and Peter Brant, The Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation, Ann Cox Chambers, Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey W. Greenberg, Mary and Michael Jaharis, Michael B. Kim and Kyung Ah Park, Leonard A. Lauder, Ann Tenenbaum and Thomas H. Lee, The Dr. Mortimer and Theresa Sackler Foundation, Barrie and Deedee Wigmore, and two anonymous donors.

Major corporate support for The Met Breuer is provided by Sotheby’s. A detailed history of the Breuer building is available on The Met’s website. Continue reading

Annual Spring Dallas Metro Antique Postcard & Paper Americana Show and Sale Comes To Plano, March 18-19

Large crowds of enthusiastic collectors are anticipated when the Annual Spring Dallas Metro Antique Postcard & Paper Americana Show and Sale hits Plano, TX, Friday and Saturday, March 18, March 19, 2016. This is the 2016 edition of the Dallas Metro Postcard Spring Show and Sale, produced by Jim Taylor and CourthouseSquare.net. The Spring Dallas Metro show involves buyers and sellers from across the U.S. and nearly a million antique postcards, vintage paper Americana, ephemera and antique photography.2016.RG.dallas.spring.New-Venue.600

The show is located in a new venue this year: Comfort Inn and Suites Plano East, 700 Central Parkway East, (Exit 29, East side of Expressway, 3 blocks north of South Fork Hotel on Expressway frontage road, just behind new Furr’s Cafeteria, LaQuinta) Plano, TX 75074

In addition to postcards, vintage paper sellers from around the country will be there with a wide selection of old valentines, die-cut Victorian Scrap, Western Americana, military and Native American photos.Howdy from Dallas

Vendors are bringing original historical photographs of Texas, Missouri, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Civil War, Western American, Route 66, mining, sports, political, maps, Native Americans, rodeo, movie, railroadiana, Oklahoma and Indian Territory, Victorian era, Kewpies, 101 Ranch, Border War and thousands of other topical and state view postcards. Other historical paper memorabilia and ephemera are also for sale.

Available at the show are archival postcard supplies and reference volumes, plus free Barr’s Postcard News issues while supplies last. Vendors buy collections and accumulations as well as give free appraisals of most all vintage postcards, old photographs, and paper ephemera as time allows.

Our Spring show includes educational displays of antique and collectible postcards from many of the attendees, competing for a “Best of Show” award, and promotion of the Dallas Postcard Club membership.

Early bird” admission cost, available at 9 a.m., Friday is $6 and covers both days. Regular admission is $4 per person, and is available at 10 a.m.; it too covers both days.

Show times are 10 a.m. – 6 p.m., Friday, March 18, and 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., Saturday, March 19; with 9 a.m. early bird. Free parking is available.

Spring Into Action With Special Rates At Newport Beach Marriott Hotel & Spa

Hotel in Newport Beach offers discounted room rates on select March and April dates in 2016

So long, winter! Newport Beach Marriott Hotel & Spa invites travelers to embrace the warm Southern California weather by heating things up during select dates this spring. The Newport Beach Marriott Hotel & Spa at 900 Newport Center Drive in Newport Beach, California is near Fashion Island, Newport Bay Nature Reserve and Newport Beach. The hotel features 16 floors with 512 rooms, 20 suites, 4 concierge levels, 30 meeting rooms with 25,000 square feet of total space, 2 restaurants, a fitness center and outdoor pool.

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Newport Beach

Knowing that savings are always in season, the premier hotel in Newport Beach is offering Hot Dates in March & April, allowing guests to take advantage of discounted rates when they book a stay during the following 2016 dates: March 4-6, 10, 12-16 and 20-31, and April 1-3, 10-11, 14-18 and 22-29. With room rates starting as low as $209 a night, there’s never been a better time to savor the sights and sounds of Southern California with a quick getaway. So grab a beach bag and your favorite travel partner before this deal is gone.

The Wedge at Newport Beach

The Wedge at Newport Beach

Crystal Cove State Park

Crystal Cove State Park

Situated just minutes from pristine beaches, world-class shopping, premier dining and world-class entertainment, the state-of-the-art Newport Beach hotel offers an adventure for every interest. Head to Newport Landing to start the day at sea. Featuring everything from fishing excursions to whale watching tours, this popular attraction is the perfect spot for enjoying an authentic California experience.

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Luxury Suite – Living Room

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Luxury Suite – Bedroom

King Guest Room

King Guest Room

Double-Double Guest Room

When back on land, take advantage of the hotel’s complimentary bike rentals and ride to Balboa Island. Discover the rich history of this scenic family-friendly destination at the museum, explore the water by paddleboard, or spend an afternoon shopping for everything from candy to couture.

Concierge Lounge

Concierge Lounge

Guests craving a little retail therapy can head across the street to Fashion Island, home to high-end retailers and one-of-a-kind boutiques. After shopping the day away, grab a bite at one of Fashion Island’s stylish eateries, or enjoy dinner and drinks with a show at the full-service movie theater. Continue reading