Long Beach is a suburb of Los Angeles, but it's also a destination in its own right. There's lots to see and do, and it's also close enough to be a base for exploring L.A. and Orange County. The sun and fun of the California Dream is all around you when you reserve a hotel in Long Beach.
Shoreline Village is a waterfront area that offers a slew of activities. You can go on a Segway tour, enjoy the arcade at the Pelican Pier Pavilion, or take a stroll in its colorful boardwalk. When you stay in one of the hotels near Shoreline Village, scenic views along Shoreline Bike Path and Rainbow Harbor Marina Lighthouse are just a stone's throw away. Aside from breathtaking views, the area is also known for its quaint shops.
The Queen Mary, once an indomitable ocean liner, is also permanently moored on the Long Beach waterfront. This historic vessel offers you a glimpse of what it's like to travel the Atlantic during the 1930s and 40s.
The plethora of cheap hotels in Long Beach make it easier on your budget and leaves more spending money to check out the nearby restaurants. The steakhouse, located in Parker's Lighthouse, is the best joint for those who want a great cut of meat cooked to perfection. Head to 2nd Street for a sumptuous take of classic American cuisine.
If you're going to check what's brewing in town, you shouldn't miss the oldest operating brew pub in Southern California. Multiple bars and brewpubs are great places for people who wants a good dose of spirits to cap the night before heading back to their Long Beach hotel.
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