Hotels near Santa Monica
“Travel can be one of the most rewarding forms of introspection.”
- Lawrence Durrell
The seaside city of Santa Monica has long been a refuge from reality, with beach goers enjoying the beautiful sand and waters. During the day, cyclists and rollerbladers travel The Strand, a paved beach path that stretches from Santa Monica to Playa del Rey. At night, the pier's amusement park is lit up, creating a romantic, nostalgic scene. The Third Street Promenade is Santa Monica's tourist area, consisting of several blocks of cafés, bars, shops and a famous farmer's market on Wednesdays where you might spot a celebrity chef.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Santa Monica

Hollywood Hotel-The Hotel of Hollywood
Hollywood Hotel-The Hotel of Hollywood
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3.8
1507 reviews
1160 North Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles
from $125
The Dixie Hollywood
The Dixie Hollywood
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3.2
1981 reviews
5410 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles
from $95
Best Western Plus Dragon Gate Inn Hotel
Best Western Plus Dragon Gate Inn Hotel
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3.8
416 reviews
818 North Hill Street, Los Angeles
from $79
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
Mr. C Beverly Hills
Mr. C Beverly Hills
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4.0
956 reviews
1224 Beverwil Dr, Los Angeles
from $331
Holiday Inn Express West Los Angeles
Holiday Inn Express West Los Angeles
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3.9
556 reviews
11250 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles
from $167
Holiday Inn Express Los Angeles Downtown West
Holiday Inn Express Los Angeles Downtown West
611 S Westlake Ave, Los Angeles
from $152
Beverly Laurel Hotel
Beverly Laurel Hotel
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3.7
878 reviews
8018 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles
from $94
Ritz Milner Hotel
Ritz Milner Hotel
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3.4
2939 reviews
813 S Flower St, Los Angeles
from $92
Crowne Plaza Beverly Hills
Crowne Plaza Beverly Hills
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3.0
864 reviews
1150 S Beverly Dr, Los Angeles
from $176
More About Hotels near Santa Monica...

The seaside city of Santa Monica has long been a refuge from reality, with beach goers enjoying the beautiful sand and waters. During the day, cyclists and rollerbladers travel The Strand, a paved beach path that stretches from Santa Monica to Playa del Rey. At night, the pier's amusement park is lit up, creating a romantic, nostalgic scene. The Third Street Promenade is Santa Monica's tourist area, consisting of several blocks of cafés, bars, shops and a famous farmer's market on Wednesdays where you might spot a celebrity chef.

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