LA's Hottest Beach Hotels

LA's Hottest Beach Hotels
Christina Kharbertyan August 08, 2014

casa del mar Beach days are LA’s most beloved commodity, whether it’s the middle of summer or the end of December. These LA beach hotels provide a seaside respite for overnight stays as well as week-long getaways. Fairmont Miramar Hotel While the Fairmont Miramar’s rooms are minimalist, its lobby and deck channel upscale bohemian style with oversized armchairs, natural wood and eclectic patterns. The on-site Fig Restaurant has been widely praised for its use of local, organic ingredients while The Bungalow boasts a romantic, cozy space to socialize. Georgian Hotel Old Hollywood meets beach house at Santa Monica’s Georgian Hotel. And it’s not just decorated to reflect LA cinema history; the Georgian was actually built in 1933 and maintains much of its original charm like the front patio’s décor as well as the classic dishes at the on-site Veranda restaurant. Viceroy Santa Monica As its regal name suggests, the Viceroy Santa Monica is one luxurious hotel. The guest rooms, lobby and restaurant are decorated with high-end pieces like flat-screen TVs, ornate light fixtures and plush seating for a modern, upscale atmosphere. Large windows and outdoor seating ensure that visitors have a front row seat to the sweeping views. Hotel Casa Del Mar There’s absolutely nothing standing between the beach and the Casa Del Mar, whose outdoor pool offers some of the best views in the city. Guests can head straight from their rooms to the sand then return whenever they please. But with the hotel’s restaurants, lounge and spa, guests may find it impossible to leave. Shore Hotel Transitioning effortlessly from beach to retreat, the Shore Hotel provides an oceanfront pool and restaurant along with glass showers in each room to maximize views of the Pacific. It’s designed with sustainably sourced décor and native landscaping, making it one of LA’s eco-friendly hotels. Hotel Erwin Venice Beach’s Hotel Erwin is the newest spot on the strip, boasting a hip on-site restaurant and one of the world’s best rooftop bars. While it does not have a pool, the Hotel Erwin is located only 200 feet from the ocean so guests can satisfy their tanning and swimming needs. The Inn at Venice Beach Decorated with photographs and murals of the nearby Venice Boardwalk, The Inn at Venice Beach is perfect for those who want to see the town’s quirkiness in their accommodations. A mermaid painting on the front of the building welcomes guests while the quaint courtyard and deluxe complimentary breakfast beckon them to stay a little longer. The Belamar Hotel A hotel that's fancy and quirky at the same time, the Belamar features a one-of-a-kind poolside fireplace topped with a Chihuahua pilot picture. Combining rustic and chic motifs, the Belamar provides high-end amenities like cabanas with personalized touches to make it a unique place to stay. Shade Hotel Not only does Shade Hotel offer unbeatable ocean views, but they also host events like yoga on the deck and social hour so guests can enjoy the sights to the fullest. And it seems like every detail has been selected with comfort and relaxation in mind: guests can soak in their own chromatherapy spa, rest their heads on a pillow hand-picked from a Pillow Library and even explore the city with the hotel’s beach cruisers. Terranea Resort Elegance and luxury is the norm at Terranea Resort, who’s hosted its fair share of celebrity weddings. The hotel’s unbeatable panoramic views, lavish bungalows and numerous award-winning restaurants make it a vacation destination for anyone looking for the star treatment.
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