Park Hyatt Resort Aviara

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Aviara, in Carlsbad, California, is part of the Park Hyatt chain. Prior to June 21, 2010, it was part of the Toronto-based Four Seasons chain of luxury hotels and resorts.

History

Completed in 1997, Aviara was designed in Spanish Colonial architecture and set on plateau overlooking the Batiquitos Lagoon and Wildlife Preserve. The resort was constructed with an 18-hole Arnold Palmer-designed golf course[citation needed] and a 15,000-square-foot (1,400 m2) spa, which was rated a top resort spa by Zagat in 2001 and Condé Nast Traveler in 2002.[citation needed]

Amenities

The Golf Club, designed by Arnold Palmer, was honored with Golf Magazine's 2004 Gold Medal Resorts Award[1] and ranked on Golf Digest's Top 75 Golf Resorts.[2]

Restaurants

The Park Hyatt Resort Aviara has three restaurants on site. These are Vivace,an Italian restaurant, California Bistro, an American restaurant and the Argyle Steakhouse, a steakhouse on the golf course.

References

  1. Golf Magazine, golfonline.com[not in citation given]
  2. Course rankings, golfdigest.com[dead link]

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