Hotels near Pacific Palisades
“Travel can be one of the most rewarding forms of introspection.”
- Lawrence Durrell
In the early 1900s, Pacific Palisades was home to a film studio named Inceville, where Thomas Ince filmed Westerns. About a decade later, the town was founded as a Methodist commune. Located between Santa Monica and Topanga Canyon, the landscape is dramatic and mountainous, overlooking the Pacific. This is one of the most privileged positions of Los Angeles, featuring multi-million dollar homes. In a small village off the Pacific Coast Highway, a few quaint restaurants are tucked away between the sea and the hills. There are trailheads off of Temescal Canyon Road that lead to challenging hikes in the Santa Monica Mountains.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Pacific Palisades

Hollywood Guest Inn
Hollywood Guest Inn
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3.0
1187 reviews
6700 West Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles
from $71
Crowne Plaza Los Angeles - International Airport
Crowne Plaza Los Angeles - International Airport
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3.6
5123 reviews
5985 W Century Blvd, Los Angeles
from $107
O Hotel
O Hotel
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3.3
1012 reviews
819 S Flower St, Los Angeles
from $159
Hilton Los Angeles Airport
Hilton Los Angeles Airport
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3.5
6114 reviews
5711 W Century Blvd, Los Angeles
from $109
Metro Plaza Hotel
Metro Plaza Hotel
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3.6
1023 reviews
711 N Main St, Los Angeles
from $109
Travelodge Hollywood - Vermont / Sunset
Travelodge Hollywood - Vermont / Sunset
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3.4
1891 reviews
1401 N Vermont Ave, Los Angeles
from $78
Coral Sands Motel
Coral Sands Motel
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3.6
2393 reviews
1730 N Western Ave, Los Angeles
from $85
Hollywood Inn Express South
Hollywood Inn Express South
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2.5
2200 reviews
141 N Alvarado St., Los Angeles
from $51
La Quinta Inn & Suites LAX
La Quinta Inn & Suites LAX
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3.3
3190 reviews
5249 W Century Blvd, Los Angeles
from $95
JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. LIVE
JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. LIVE
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4.0
1538 reviews
900 W Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles
from $239
More About Hotels near Pacific Palisades...

In the early 1900s, Pacific Palisades was home to a film studio named Inceville, where Thomas Ince filmed Westerns. About a decade later, the town was founded as a Methodist commune. Located between Santa Monica and Topanga Canyon, the landscape is dramatic and mountainous, overlooking the Pacific. This is one of the most privileged positions of Los Angeles, featuring multi-million dollar homes. In a small village off the Pacific Coast Highway, a few quaint restaurants are tucked away between the sea and the hills. There are trailheads off of Temescal Canyon Road that lead to challenging hikes in the Santa Monica Mountains.

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