Harbortown Point Marina Resort & Club

Ventura, California

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  • Buffeted by warm coastal breezes and overlooking the magnificent Gold Coast, Harbortown Point is the ideal SoCal getaway. Amenities available to guests include a sparkling outdoor pool and glass-covered spa (surrounded by lush, verdant gardens), a courtyard with barbecue grills and dining tables, a recreation room, full boat dock, on-site laundry facility and on-site parking.

    Harbortown Point's studio and one-bedroom units keep in step with the marine theme and come equipped with all the comforts you expect from a resort. Unwind in spacious living rooms outfitted with a large-screen TV and DVD player. Kitchens and dining areas make it easy to prepare and enjoy all of your favorite meals while on vacation, and a cozy fireplace is perfect for curling up in front of after a day exploring the Ventura area. Your villa's balcony is the perfect place to enjoy the California sunset, and complimentary Wi-Fi keeps you connected.

    Ventura offers access to many famed California attractions while providing a getaway all its own. Explore downtown Ventura's unique shops, eateries and theater or try your fishing luck at the Ventura Pier, one of the longest piers in California. Enjoy all sorts of water recreation, from surfing to sailing to whale- watching. Get Hollywood's inside scoop at Universal Studios Hollywood or party the night away in Los Angeles, and lush, sun-drenched Santa Barbara is only thirty miles away.

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    • Avatar for frankp333
      By frankp333 May 10, 2017

      Good spot. Just came back. One I'd highly recommend. I wouldn't call it a resort, even tho it has a pool and few activities. What it is a gorgeous location right on Ventura Harbor. It also is a super spot to jump off to places like Santa Barbara, Ojai, Santa Monica and all the PCH communities. Ventura offers some great spots and informal restaurants. One spot easy to miss but is a must see: the orchid farms in Carpenteria!

    • Avatar for markl18
      By markl18 Jul 25, 2013

      We have owned units here for about ten years and always look forward to returning. The site of the resort is picturesque and the location is very convenient to shopping, restaurants, and some of California's best boating, surfing, and "tourist-ing." Regionally, you can take the 1 south to Santa Monica, the 101 south to Burbank, and the 101 north to Santa Barbara -- each in about an hour or less.

      The units were cleverly designed by a firm associated with the Frank Lloyd Wright school of design/architecture. MARINER units are the best studio units we've ever seen -- large, full bath with tub and separate shower and large closet and double sinks; good, well-equipped kitchen facility (but the undercounter refrigerator does *not* have a decent freezer), roomy dining/living area with gas fireplace, plenty of drawer space for clothing and personal items, and a queen bed that can be closed off with draperies. VOYAGER units are classified as 1BR units but consist of a Mariner unit *plus* an adjoining private bedroom with separate full bath. ISLANDER units are also classified as 1BR units but, like Voyagers, consist of a Mariner unit *plus* an adjoining private bedroom with separate full bath *and* an extra table *and* an extra undercounter refrigerator *and* a separate outside door. In summary, a "studio" Mariner sleeps 4 (one bed plus a pullout sofa) while both the 1BR Voyager and the 1BR Islander sleep 6 each (two beds plus a pullout sofa).

      Harbortown Point is a good place to stay, a good base of operations for easy side trips in and to Santa Barbara, Ventura and Los Angeles Counties, and a real *bargain* to buy (with great trading value through Interval International).

    • Avatar for famos8
      By famos8 Updated Aug 6, 2010

      Just returned from a week in Ventura, the resort is very homey and personable. The refrigerators are small. Don't buy icecream or plan to freeze anything. The staff is wonderful, movies and bike rentals are free. It was very cold while we were there. The pool was heated, Close to 6 Flags, Channel Islands. We went to the Fair. Love the place will return.

    • Avatar for ayse3
      By ayse3 Oct 23, 2007

      We have stayed in this resort for Labor Day weekend of 2007. First of all, this is a really small facility to call a resort It is more like a hotel with few resort like activities and a small pool area. We did not mind it too much, because the location is great and we had a nice view from our balcony.

      We had a 2 bedroom unit, but one "bedroom" was strangely placed within the living room and adjacent to the kitchenette. The fridges were small, very noisy and were not able to maintain ice or ice cream.

      Cleanliness was another issue ... All beds, linens, pillows including the cushions in the living area and extra blankets in the drawers smelled musty and stale, you know like that musty, yucky body odors left from former guests. This resort seriously needs to stock up on febreeze. The towels were clean, but they were full of holes, very thin and hard like sand paper.

      There are also boat docks in the back. One of our bedrooms was on that side. Work (and noise) starts at 8 am in the morning and continue until mid-afternoon.

      Noise, coupled with smelly beds made it really hard to get a restful night's sleep.

      This resort trades with II as a distinguished resort, but I think II needs to review this facility and downgrade.

      On the positive side, staff members were rather friendly, guests can check out free videos for 24 hrs and the location is great.

      As much as we love CA and location of this resort, we probably would not go back to this particular facility unless they renovate and clean up.

    • Avatar for lisac386
      By lisac386 Updated Jul 22, 2007

      An intimate, well maintained resort by the sea. Ask for a unit looking out on the water. One hour drive north of LAX. Close to the water and sea faring activities, like trips to the Channel islands, etc. No exercise room, though.

      Nearby are the old missionary sites of Ventura and lovely Santa Barbara (25 m north). Don't miss Ojai! This village tucked in the mountains with Spas (Sheila's is my favorite) and galleries is truly a gem of a place off the beaten path. Day trips will take you to Hearst Castle and some wineries.

      The resort lent movies and bikes when I visited-which was a few years ago, hopefully they still do.

    • Avatar for etanneh
      By etanneh Aug 25, 2006

      This is a very nice location. The two bedroom unit we occupied was roomy and very clean. The unit has a bed in the living area which is strange, but, really ok. Bathrooms are roomy. We had a limited view of the harbour. The balconies are solid at the bottom so to see one must stand. I noticed that some of the front units have glass enclosed balconies and patios. The pool is very pleasant and heated. I thoroughly enjoyed the area. Santa Barbara is very close by. We took a day trip to Anacapa Island. This was the highlight of the trip for me. Our grandchildren ages 5 and 6 enjoyed Magic Mountain (an hours drive) and the beaches and playgrounds in both Ventura and Santa Barbara. Solvang is probably an hour and a half drive.

    • Avatar for suzeelee
      By suzeelee Jul 11, 2006

      A great place for a laid back week. Staff at this resort are great, the location is excellent and the units are very clean and very comfortable.

    • Avatar for ajmace
      By ajmace Feb 14, 2006

      We had a great summer week at Harbourtown Resort. The bikes are complimentary and are a great way to get around. The leisure staff are extremely helpful.

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    • Bar
    • Boating
    • Clubhouse
    • Elevator
    • Internet Access
    • Movie Rentals
    • Outdoor Pool
    • Restaurant
    • Shared Laundry Facilities
    • Snack Bar
    • Whirlpool/Hot Tub
    • Fishing
    • Golf
    • Grocery Store
    • Horseback Riding
    • Live Entertainment
    • Medical Facilities
    • Mountain
    • Ocean
    • Playground Area
    • Scuba Diving
    • Shopping Area
    • Tennis
    • Theme Park
  • 1651 Anchors Way Drive
    Ventura, California 93001
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