The Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel Auction
Auction Ends: Nov 8, 2019 11:59 PM PST

Auction Stats

$3,168

Top Bidders

  1. pg8512dc1$770
  2. DamaBids$738
  3. lrd54a90e$370
  4. bb9269c52$249
  5. ko2709f4d$139
  6. js4ab860d$118
  7. tc72cb704$107
  8. giantjeff$88
  9. cpad6cd10$77
  10. Love2surf2$73

RESORT AUCTION

Starting on Monday, October 28, 2019 at 8 a.m. PST The Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel is auctioning beautiful furniture, decor, artwork and more, previous used at our oceanfront resort. Pieces are hand-crafted, ornate selections perfect for your home or a gift for a loved one. 

Please browse each item to see if any are of interest. Photography, dimensions and starting bids are listed online. The auction will close at midnight on Friday, November 8, 2019 and the highest bidders will win the selected item. We encourage you to continue bidding until November 8, so you have a better chance of securing the selection you desire.

Shipping is not provided. Payment and pick-up will be handled post-auction by the executive office. Someone will reach out to you directly to arrange. Side note: please disregard small numbers on the item photo. 


Whether you purchase one item or a few, your participation makes a difference. Proceeds from the auction will benefit Surfers Healing, a local non-profit that provide the gift of surfing to children with autism.

About Surfers Healing 

Izzy and Danielle Paskowitz founded Surfers Healing because of their son Isaiah, who has autism. He struggled with meltdowns and sensory overload but riding the waves with his father calmed him down. The weightlessness and rhythms of the ocean offer a surf therapy experience. Not everyone has a championship surfer for a dad, so the Paskowitz family invited others to join them at the beach. Their idea caught on, and now Surfers Healing is a nationwide, grassroots non-profit organization. They are the original surf camp for children with autism. Although autism now affects 1 in 59 children in the U.S., Surfers Healing doesn't think in thousands. They think in ones. One child. One family. One perfect day at the beach.