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The Resort at Pelican Hill is one of Southern California’s most luxurious getaways, so the average price of a room doesn’t come cheap — though there is a range depending on the size of your bungalow or villa, the time of year you book and the availability at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star resort.
Ocean-view bungalows — The Resort’s basic guest rooms — cost $695 a night, though the price can dip to $495 when availability allows. These single-story, 847-square foot rooms with plush beds, sitting areas and large bathrooms are anything but basic. The ocean-view bungalow suites, which are larger at 1,630 square feet, come with a separate living room and cost $945 a night, though they can go for as low as $745. Most bungalows feature ocean views, but there are a few less expensive ones with garden views. Garden-view bungalows at the Orange County hotel cost $495 a night (starting at $395) while garden-view bungalow suites cost $745 a night (starting at $695).
If you’re traveling with the entire family or a group of friends, the villas can be quite a deal. These large villas are beautifully furnished and have access to their own pool, restaurant and fitness club. Two-bedroom villas with ocean views at the luxury hotel, which are more than 2,100 square feet, cost $895 a night (starting at $845), while three-bedroom villas with ocean views cost $1,150 a night (starting at $995) and four-bedroom villas cost $1,900 a night (starting at $1,250). It wouldn’t be the same staying in a villa without the peaceful ocean view, but there are also two-bedroom garden-view villas, which cost $795 a night (starting at $695).