Seascape Beach Resort
|Seascape Beach Resort|
Grounds at the resort
|Location||Aptos, California, United States|
|Address||1 Seascape Resort Drive|
|Floor area||45 acres|
|Number of rooms||285|
|Number of restaurants||1|
Seascape Beach Resort was founded and built by Aptos Seascape Corporation in the 1960s. The resort is located on 45 acres of the privately owned Seascape Beach, which lies between Capitola and the Pajaro River. The resort is adjacent to Seascape Park. It overlooks the Monterey Bay. It is the largest privately owned single development project in Aptos. While founded in the 1960s, it wasn't until the 1990s that the first condominiums were built. The condos are part of the timeshare facilities. The hotel has been visited by Pablo Sandoval, Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez.
There are 285 rooms onsite spread over seven buildings. There are also timeshare apartments. The decor is described as "beach house" style "painted with muted pastels, neutral tones, and panoramic views." The resort has one restaurant, Sanderlings Restaurant. There is an onsite spa, called the Sanctuary Spa, 11 tennis courts, beach access, and an 18-hole golf course.
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