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Marina del Rey Hotel - Marina del Rey Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$319

Marina del Rey Hotel

13534 Bali Way, Marina del Rey - Map
 
 
5 miles from the Los Angeles International Airport, this hotel is 4 blocks from the shops and restaurants of Fisherman's …More
The Belamar - Manhattan Beach Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$202

The Belamar

3501 N Sepulveda Blvd, Manhattan Beach - Map
 
 
"Great experience!"
Short painless ride to and from the airport, nice clean, safe feeling area with lots of shops and restaurants close by. Within walking distance (a mile or so) to the beach along a beautiful path. We only ate in the restaurant one night, but it was very good. Enjoyed the hot tub and pool!
Traveller from Minnesota
The Belamar is located 1.5 mi from downtown Manhattan Beach, and numerous restaurants and shops. The hotel lies 4 mi from Los …More
Ayres Hotel Manhattan Beach LAX - Hawthorne Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$149

Ayres Hotel Manhattan Beach LAX

14400 Hindry Ave, Hawthorne - Map
 
 
"Unique hotel"
This was a beautiful hotel. The finishes were detailed. I had to wonder, who would go to such lengths to decorate a place so tastefully?
Bumpkin from Kansas City, MO
Just off I-405, this Hawthorne, CA hotel is 3 miles from the Manhattan Beach oceanfront and 3.5 miles from Los Angeles …More
Portofino Hotel & Marina - A Noble House Hotel - Redondo Beach Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Portofino Hotel & Marina - A Noble House Hotel

260 Portofino Way, Redondo Beach - Map
 
 
"cozy with an ocean view"
older hotel but beautiful. nice view of the ocean woke up to sea lions playing. staff was great. would recommend to anyone!
Traveller from Kansas City, MO
On a private peninsula overlooking the Pacific Ocean and colorful marina, this stylish Los Angeles-area hotel is 3 blocks …More
Terranea - L.A.'s Oceanfront Resort - Rancho Palos Verdes Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
$470

Terranea - L.A.'s Oceanfront Resort

100 Terranea Way, Rancho Palos Verdes - Map
 
 
"amazing. super family friendly."
We had a great stay. So close to LA. We loved the hiking and views. The room was very nice   
Hollywood4 from Los Angeles, CA
Located on California's secluded Palos Verdes peninsula, this Mediterranean-style resort, next to the Pacific Ocean and whale …More
Best Western Los Angeles Worldport Hotel - Wilmington Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Best Western Los Angeles Worldport Hotel

1402 W Pacific Coast Highway, Wilmington - Map
 
 
1.0 out of 5 (1 reviews)
Situated in Wilmington, this hotel is close to Vincent Thomas Bridge and World Cruise Center. Area attractions also include …More
Sheraton Gateway Hotel Los Angeles Airport - Los Angeles Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Sheraton Gateway Hotel Los Angeles Airport

6101 W Century Blvd, Los Angeles - Map
 
 
"Beautiful hotel, pleasant staff!"
I loved staying at the Sheraton Gateway! The staff was so nice, they were attentive to all of mine and my friends needs. It is very close to the airport and its pretty busy, however that did not affect my stay. The hotel is huge, clean, and just to my liking. The decor looked exactly how the pictures represent it. The rooms were spacious and depending on which side of the hotel you're on the view can be nice as well. I appreciated the free valet incentive that the hotel staff offered me. Walk in with a smile and be nice to these people because they truly do work hard to make your stay all that is expected. The fee's (WiFi, pets, etc) only matter if you plan on using those things. You'll obviously have to pay for parking but what do you expect going to L.A., if you come without a car and just fly in they have taxis lined up along the hotel! The Starbucks, bar and 2 restaurants were very convenient too! Give this place a try, you wont be disappointed:). I will definitely stay here again.
Ashley from Phoenix, AZ
The Sheraton Gateway Hotel is just outside Los Angeles International Airport; downtown is 15 miles away, ocean beaches are 5 …More
Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel - Santa Monica Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel

1700 Ocean Ave, Santa Monica - Map
 
 
"NIce upscale, little snotty (haha but you are still a hostess at are restaurant, plz)"
I enjoyed\\ it, great pool overlooking ocean, actually saw some famous people right off the bat, though they thought we were bumpkins (but at least I dont seat people at a restaurant haha) it was a great place, drive north to Malibu, drive east to Hollywood, south to all the beach communities. Good middle place with class.
BonJovy from Norman, OK
Overlooking Santa Monica Beach, this richly appointed Los Angeles-area hotel is two blocks from the Santa Monica Pier, the …More
Wyndham Santa Monica At The Pier - Santa Monica Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$319

Wyndham Santa Monica At The Pier

120 Colorado Avenue, Santa Monica - Map
 
 
"Great location great service friendly staff"
It was my first time in Santa Monica and I was there on business for AFM. I stayed at this hotel and it was incredibly easy to get around. The staff was incredibly attentive and the LAX courtesy Car service with Carlos and Steven Cortez  is a must if you need a car service. They were always on time, professional, and had reasonable rates. My experience was so amazing and cant wait until next year! 
AnnetteB from New York, NY, United States
Located across the street from the Santa Monica Pier and Beach and near the Santa Monica Place Mall, the hotel is 2 blocks …More
Shore Hotel - Santa Monica Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Shore Hotel

1515 Ocean Avenue, Santa Monica - Map
 
 
"New, Modern, Great Location"
The hotel was very nice overall. It's brand new and the location is great, being within walking distance of the pier, stores, and restaurants. Everything is modern and new. I didn't deal at all with the staff except for when I was checking in and out. The room I stayed in had an ocean view. The size was very small and cozy, but the quality of everything inside the room (bed, tv, bathroom) was amazing. The WORST part of the entire room was the shower head. Yeah, it looks cool and all coming out of the ceiling, but the amount of water that came out was barely enough to rinse myself off! This was probably due to their "green initiative"; this initiative fails, however, since I was in the shower twice as long to rinse the shampoo and soap off. Housekeeping came by my room once in the 4 days that I was there. I would have the do not disturb "sign" out (which are actually red and green LED's, so cool) until I left my room. When I would leave my room, the maids would have their carts right outside my room and refuse to acknowledge my "please service" light on. I guess they "already passed by that room that day". It WAS a bit noisy being right outside a busy ocean view tourist street, but it was totally manageable. I wouldn't recommend this to people looking for a quiet getaway, but you have to check it out if you like the urban scene where you're right in the middle of the action. Internet is INCLUDED in the room fee (free internet my foot!) and the quality for it was great!
canttinkofaname from Miami, FL
Offering direct access to the beach, this Santa Monica hotel is in the city center and within walking distance of Santa …More

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