• Premier Oceanfront Rentals

    Premier Oceanfront Rentals

    enjoy the ocean sights and smells from our front porch...
  • On the boardwalk

    On the boardwalk

    Facing the Pacific Ocean...
  • Enjoy your beach vacation...

    Enjoy your beach vacation...

    in Newport Beach, California
  • Enjoy the sunsets...

    Enjoy the sunsets...

    and views of Catalina Island
  • Beach volleyball near by...

    Beach volleyball near by...

    and take advantage of the beach fire-rings...
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  • Garage Parking
  • Rental Views
  • Newport Beach Links
  • What to Expect
Garage parking for one vehicle.
Nearby street parking possible (but can be tough to find in the summer) or city parking lot available on the next block.

We provide: kids beach toys, volleyball, volleyball net, football, beach chairs, boogie boards, skim board, beach cruiser bicycles, beach umbrellas, and more.

View from Upstairs Beach Home

View from Downstairs Beach Home

Here is what you will find when staying with us:

Rental Office located a few steps away.Dial 0 on any phone in unit for direct contact to manager/owner & for Concierge service.All maintenance service requests, questions or Concierge service responded to in minutes (available by dialing 0 on any phone in homes).

Meticulously maintained and nicely furnished, all appliances in excellent working order, all windows and doors operating efficiently (One-key locks for doors, all windows have screens and coverings). Our guests tell us our furniture and beds are quite comfortable.
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Premier Oceanfront Rentals

Call today to reserve your condo on the ocean.
Premier OceanFront Rentals-Down Stairs Patio Our oceanfront rentals are truly premier, and truly "ocean front" - you can enjoy the ocean sights and smells from our front porch. These condos are situated on the boardwalk and face the Pacific Ocean. Just across the boardwalk you will be in the California sand.  

Two of our rentals are oceanfront and we have one that is oceanside (no view of the ocean, but a more economical option). You can rent all three together for a large family oceanfront gathering!

Enjoy your beach vacation in Newport Beach, California. Our rentals are between the Newport Beach Pier & Balboa Pier (22nd to E-Street) where you will enjoy watching the sunsets and views of Catalina Island.

Premier OceanFront Rentals- Front of the ocean front homes In one of the two ocean front rentals you will enjoy the professional gourmet kitchen which includes an espresso machine, Viking stove and granite countertops. Both beach houses come furnished with all leather furniture, gas fireplaces and drive-up access. (The downstairs ocean front rental has easy access with no steps).

Also included in both are a washer and dryer, jacuzzi bathtub, 37" HDTV with satellite, a vhs/dvd and stereo system. We provide free wireless internet, a desktop computer, and free phone calls within the US and Western Europe.

Our ocean front patios include a Viking gas grill, couch and chairs and granite tables.

We provide on-site garage parking.

Premier OceanFront Rentals-Ocean front downstairs patio Enjoy beach volleyball near by and you can take advantage of the beach fire-rings (don't forget to bring some wood). This will be the best ocean front vacation you have ever had!

Stay in one of these beach homes starting at $3200 per week during the summer. Or contact us for our reasonable weekly & monthly winter rates. Or for a large family gathering ask about availability on all three rental homes.



Premier Oceanfront Rentals - Newport Beach - (800) 268-6300‎ - info@premieroceanfrontrentals.com


Why Vacation in Newport Beach?

Located in Southern California, on the Orange County coast is the famous Newport Beach.

It is the destination for picturesque views of the Pacific, and is home of one of the world's largest small yacht harbors, housing over 9,000 boats. This is where visitors can enjoy an upscale vacation with endless possibilities for the perfect get-away from day-to-day life.

Newport Beach has won awards for its beaches and has wonderful outdoor recreation in a sophisticated atmosphere, great for fun-lovers and families. Also hosted here are the oldest holiday boat parade in the nation, an international film festival and three annual food festivals.

This is the Southern California lifestyle the way it is supposed to be, with 22 square miles of ocean and bay, nine miles of clean beaches, seven islands, upscale shopping, championship golf courses, sailing and spas with year-round Mediterranean weather.

Located 50 miles south of Los Angeles, 85 miles north of San Diego and 26 miles from Catalina Island, Newport Beach is where you can experience charming villages, famed boutiques and the laid-back, relaxed lifestyle, all in the same place. We also boast the most restaurants with water views in all of Orange County.

The seven islands are Balboa Island, the largest of the islands, Lido Isle, Little Balboa Island, Linda Isle, Collins Island, Harbor Island and Bay Island.

Balboa Beach, Balboa Island and Balboa Peninsula are very special areas in Newport Beach you will want to explore. Balboa Beach was named one of the top ten urban beaches by Surfrider Magazine in 2001 (within the US). It is home to "The Wedge", at the very tip of the Balboa Peninsula, which is quite famous for body-surfing and is where many surfers come to test their skills. Balboa Beach also hosts one of the two piers in Newport Beach, and the Ferris wheel & Merry-go-round at Balboa's Fun Zone. Hop on the ferry for Balboa Island because this is something you have to explore, the cottages, the shopping on Marine and Agate Avenues, and the very expensive homes that can be seen from the scenic walk-way that circles the island.

The Catalina Flyer catamaran goes daily to Catalina Island where you can enjoy the ride, as well as the destination. It makes for a great day-trip if you can't stay longer.

Rent a small boat, kayak or cruise through the Newport Beach Harbor, golf at one of the many public golf courses, celebrity watch, hike or bike the Back Bay, go bird or whale watching (that is in two different directions : ), enjoy superb fine dining, the Balboa Pavilion, or just enjoy the panoramic ocean views. No matter whether you choose to do it all, or just lay on the beach, Newport Beach will prove to be your best vacation choice ever.

So come, enjoy the charming islands and peninsula, the great beaches, the shops, art galleries and boardwalk cafes, surrounded by some of the most highly valued real-estate in Southern California.
Details:
John Wayne Airport: 5 miles
Long Beach Airport 20 miles
Los Angeles International Airport 50 miles
Disneyland 23 miles


Yearly average temperature: 75 degrees
Size: 50 square miles (25 square miles of water)


Newport Beach News




Los Angeles Angels News

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  • Shoemaker medically cleared, eager for spring
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  • Report: Angels, Calhoun agree on 1-year, $6.35M deal
    The Angels on Friday agreed with right fielder Kole Calhoun on a one-year, $6.35 million deal, thus avoiding arbitration, according to MLB Network Insider Jon Heyman. The club has not confirmed the report.
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  • Spring is in the air: First workout dates announced
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    The Angels entered the 2016 season with the best player in baseball and high hopes that the men surrounding him would get the club back to the postseason.



Arts and Culture

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  • Chargers' Joey Bosa, Philip Rivers go L.A. with visit to 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!'

    Joey Bosa made a goal during his first NFL season: He wanted to become Defensive Rookie of the Year.

    The Chargers defensive end was honored as such Tuesday morning.

    The rest is now following into place.

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  • Rakell's goal in OT puts Ducks past Lightning, 2-1

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    The Lakers extended their losing streak to five with a 127-121 loss to the Denver Nuggets in Staples Center on Tuesday night, their 21st loss in 26 games since Dec. 2, but unlike so many of their previous defeats, this one didn’t leave such a sour taste in their mouths.

    That’s because the young,...

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    A struggling Hawaiian Gardens hospital will close because it could not find a buyer willing to set aside a state-mandated level of funding for uninsured patients who can’t afford treatment. 

    Gardens Regional Hospital and Medical Center found an interested buyer in a bankruptcy auction in July,...

  • Venus Williams advances to third round of Australian Open

    It was inevitable after such an energetic performance in her second-round win over Stefanie Voegele at the Australian Open that Venus Williams would get asked about transcending the generations in tennis. 

    The 36-year-old, seven-time major winner played the first of her record 73 Grand Slam tournaments...

  • NBA roundup: Dallas Mavericks edge Chicago Bulls, 99-98, for third straight win

    Wesley Matthews made a go-ahead three-pointer from the wing with 12 seconds left, and Dallas beat the host Chicago Bulls, 99-98, on Tuesday night for the Mavericks’ first three-game winning streak of the season. 

    Six players scored in double figures for the Mavericks, including all five starters....

  • 3.1 earthquake strikes near Mammoth Lakes

    A shallow magnitude 3.1 earthquake was reported Tuesday evening 14 miles from Mammoth Lakes, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The temblor occurred at 6:53 p.m. at a depth of 2.5 miles.

    According to the USGS, the epicenter was 67 miles from Clovis, Calif., 67 miles from Sanger, Calif. and...

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    Bronson Koenig scored 16 points, 10 during a key run that turned the game around, and No. 17 Wisconsin survived a scare to defeat Michigan, 68-64, on Tuesday night at Madison, Wis. 

    The Wolverines (12-7, 2-4 Big Ten) seemed to have the Badgers (15-3, 4-1) on the ropes at one point in the second...

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    The shooting death of a Los Feliz gas station attendant during an early morning robbery Tuesday left co-workers and neighbors shaken in this upscale neighborhood near the gateway to the Greek Theater and Griffith Observatory. 

    “It is shocking,” said Benoit Hecquet, who lives near the Chevron gas...




Art

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    Make a trip this Labor Day weekend to LACMA and squeeze every last drop out of summer before it’s gone! Friday evening Jazz at LACMA presents Janis Mann, known as a singer for her style and improvisational skills, at 6 pm. Tour the galleries for our latest displays, including the work of 29 abstract artists […]
  • Miranda July: Somebody at LACMA
    Somebody, a new messaging service developed by filmmaker, artist, and writer Miranda July, debuts today. The app is a new way to communicate: rather than connecting directly with another person, Somebody helps mediate interaction by introducing a third party to the mix. It works like this: when a message is sent from person A to person B […]
  • George Evans: A Lifelong Love of Sketchbooks
    I remember visiting the Picasso Museum in Barcelona and being fascinated by one of Picasso’s school text books on display. I can’t remember the textbook’s subject because that part was irrelevant. My fascination lay in what had been drawn in the margins. I imagined a young Picasso bored by his teacher and distracted by a […]
  • Learning from the Tradition: Conservators Store Kimonos in the Japanese Style
    Kimono for a Modern Age, currently on view in the Pavilion for Japanese Art, showcases how kimono designs evolved to integrate traditional and modern patterns with new chemical dyes and textile techniques during the first half of the 20th century. As a summer intern in LACMA’s Conservation Center, I had the privilege of walking through the […]
  • This Weekend at LACMA
    End your summer on a high note with free tours, live music, art workshops, and fun talks and courses at LACMA! On Friday, Jazz at LACMA brings us the spiritual jazz sounds of the Phil Ranelin Jazz Ensemble at 6 pm on the outdoor stage in front of Chris Burden’s Urban Light. In the galleries, […]
  • The Marc Treib Poster Collection
    This June LACMA received a wonderful gift of over 500 posters from Marc Treib, professor emeritus of architecture at the University of California, Berkeley. In addition to his notable career as a historian of architecture and landscape, Treib is an accomplished graphic designer whose work has been the subject of several exhibitions and international publications. […]
  • Families in Residence
    For better or worse, every family has a unique dynamic. It’s a vibe that can be difficult to describe and only sometimes is intentionally cultivated. But despite its predominately subliminal nature, a family’s dynamic exerts a strong force. As kids, we began to realize what differentiated our home only by comparing ours to others. As […]
  • This Weekend at LACMA
    In the last few weeks of summer take advantage of free art tours, live music, film screenings, and creative workshops at the museum! This Friday evening, Jazz at LACMA presents the high-energy sounds of jazz, hip-hop, pop, and world music by Katisse and his band at 6 pm. In neighboring Torrance, enjoy the LACMA9 Shorts […]
  • A World Made Visible
    Few artists come along who blur the lines of the aesthetic paradigms of “fine art” or “folk art” and transcend both with a truthfulness and verve that allows us to see within the mythology. Sam Doyle is such an artist. He gives us more than mere images of vivid clarity, he opens an intimate world […]

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  • ...this by far was the best. Spotlessly Clean and bug free
  • Enjoyed this vacation very much... Concierge Service responded to in minutes
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