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Shutters On The Beach

Shutters On The Beach Rating: 5.0 Pearls

A known celebrity hangout, Shutters on the Beach has an atmosphere of formal opulence, with expensive artwork in its lobby and restaurants, luxe features, and rooms that belong in a billionaire's beach house. Its oceanfront location and doting service are hard to beat, but Casa Del Mar rivals it with a more intimate feel and better amenities.

Terranea Resort

Terranea Resort Rating: 4.5 Pearls

One of just a few true mega-resorts in Southern California, the 100-acre, 582-room Terranea in Rancho Palos Verdes offers a range of features that's unrivaled among Los-Angeles-area properties, including a top-tier spa, nine holes of golf, six restaurants, three pools, and gorgeous, manicured grounds.

Hotel Casa Del Mar

Hotel Casa Del Mar Rating: 4.5 Pearls

A true jewel, this historic grand hotel is world-class yet refreshingly unpretentious (unless you count the Hollywood crowd at the popular lobby bar). But there is nothing modest about its spacious elegant rooms, rooftop pool, and commanding location right on the beach -- a rarity in L.A. It's one of the best luxury hotels in town.

Le Merigot-A JW Marriott Beach Hotel And Spa Santa Monica

Le Merigot-A JW Marriott Beach Hotel And Spa Santa Monica Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 175-room hotel, located five-minutes from the beach in Santa Monica, has comfortable beds but generic-looking decor and unremarkable amenities. There's nothing really wrong with it, but for similar prices you can often get more personality and better features at other Santa Monica hotels like the Loews.

Beach House at Hermosa Beach

Beach House at Hermosa Beach Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Beach House is a 96-room, upscale hotel that overlooks Hermosa Beach. It's located on The Strand, a 26-mile pathway that runs parallel to the ocean, within walking distance of waterfront cafes, nightlife hot spots, and local surf shops. Frequent guests say that area can get overcrowded in tourist season, creating noise and limiting privacy for those staying on the hotel’s first floor. The best rooms (on the second and third floors) have ocean views and cost extra.

Venice Breeze Suites

Venice Breeze Suites Rating: 3.0 Pearls

With amenities such as full kitchens, large dual-headed showers, and a rooftop barbecue deck with a wet bar, this oceanfront hotel just off the boardwalk was designed with the Venice beach-goer in mind. While Venice Breeze Suites is within easy walking distance to everything on the boardwalk, those with a car can easily reach the Santa Monica Pier and the 10 freeway -- and park their car in a secure, covered lot while at the beach. Just know that prices on the 31 suites can be steep during the peak summer season, especially considering the lack of hotel services such as daily room cleaning.

Hotel Erwin

Hotel Erwin Rating: 3.0 Pearls

An eccentric 119-room hotel for budget-conscious travelers that's an easy walk to Venice Beach and plays off the area's hippie-centric history. It doesn't quite live up to the laid-back image it projects -- the lobby is a zoo -- but it does have unexpectedly large rooms and remarkably comfortable beds (evidence of a multimillion-dollar renovation in 2009) in a neighborhood with very few hotels.

Venice On The Beach Hotel

Venice On The Beach Hotel Rating: 2.5 Pearls

The pastel pink Venice on the Beach Hotel is a good budget option for families and couples who want to enjoy a beach vacation in Los Angeles without spending a lot of money or enduring a long drive from the airport. As at many small hotels, there isn't much to do on-site, but the neighborhoods of Venice and Santa Monica are loaded with options and activities. Be warned -- parking is severely limited. The nearby Inn at Venice Beach is definitely more stylish and has private parking, but lacks direct beach access.

Venice Beach Suites & Hotel

Venice Beach Suites & Hotel Rating: 2.0 Pearls

Built in the early 1900s, the Venice Beach Suites & Hotel is a piece of Venice Beach history that retains much of its original architectural charm. It's perfect for low-maintenance tourists looking to explore the area's unique attractions, while being right in the thick of the action. Rooms have plenty of charm for a value hotel; think: exposed brick walls, wrought-iron headboards, and light wooden floors. The lack of standard hotel services such as daily room cleaning may make it feel a bit too no-frills for some, but the prices are hard to beat for the location.

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Locations

  • Beaches - Santa Monica and Venice
  • Beverly Hills/Bel Air
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Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
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Brands

  • JW Marriott
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