Terranea Resort is an environmentally friendly resort situated on nearly fifteen acres of restored native habitat areas. Strict attention has been paid to reinforcing the biodiversity and integrity of this ecosystem through the native plant pallet. This native plant material is locally cultivated from a Palos Verdes seed bank and grown by the Palos Verdes Land Conservancy. Also, approximately 45 mature trees, remnants of Marineland, were preserved and replanted throughout the property. Of the 102 acres of the site, only 25% is covered by impervious surfaces (i.e., building or paving), leaving roughly 75 acres of green space.
Playing a part in the Destination Hotel & Resorts collection, Terranea is an eco-friendly resort involved with many Destination Earth® environmental initiatives. Destination Earth® is a program that decreases energy and water usage, reduces waste, increases recycling and composting and purchases local and organic food and beverages when possible.
The eco resort is also involved with a Green Meetings program. It was launched throughout all properties in late 2009 in an effort to maximize waste diversion from meetings conferences and to increase overall awareness among hotel guests.
When you unwind at The Spa at Terranea, you’ll remember how true relaxation and comfort feels. Overlooking the Pacific Ocean and the Palos Verdes coastline, The Spa embraces the natural beauty and energy of its Southern California setting. Spanning over 50,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space, The Spa contains 25 treatment rooms, a fitness and wellness center, a Spa Café for seasonal healthful fare, and a full-service salon built to restore, rejuvenate, and realign. In addition to three luxurious VIP suites, separate indoor and outdoor spa lounges include saunas, steam rooms, whirlpools, cold plunges, and fire pits.
Take a yoga class, plunge into the outdoor spa pool, workout in the expansive gym, and enjoy locally inspired massages and skin-care treatments all at this incredible spa in Southern California.
Terrane Eco Resort
Palos Verdes, California