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DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Santa Monica

Well maintained property in downtown Santa Monica

If you want to stay in downtown Santa Monica but not right on the beach, this is a pretty good choice. The hotel is modern and well-maintained, and the property is within walking distance to most restaurants and businesses as well as public transportation. (Only downside is that it sits right on the 10 Freeway, which can be busy and noisy.) The hotel is a bit of a panopticon - if you have an interior room, remember to draw your blinds or someone will end up peeking in on you. Front desk staff seemed overwhelmed when i checked in and checked out, but this didn't otherwise affect my overall stay.

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6 months ago

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Loews Hollywood Hotel

Cleanness concern

Everything about this hotel is good especially the location. Only complain that I had was about the cleanness, during my 4 nights stay, I had noticed they did not change the bed sheet at all. Every time I had noticed was very late at night that I just wanted to sleep. However, you can tell them anytime and they will change the sheet which they have to do it in first place.

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3 weeks ago

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Hilton Los Angeles/Universal City

Perfect as a part of The Universal Studios experie

Easy to find. Daily parking rate, in and out privileges. Best thing to do is to simply park your car and take the shuttle to Universal Studios them park or Citiwalk. Shuttles are 15 mins apart from 9am-9pm. Staff are courteous and professional. Parts of the hotel give away its age. Carpeting in room can use some TLC. Overall, a pleasant experience.

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4 months ago

5

Gateway Hotel Santa Monica

Very nice hotel.

Farther from the beach than I expected, but very nice. Well-priced for the area.

A verified traveler

2 months ago

Pro tips from our travel blog: Everything you need to know for a perfectly rewarding trip to Calabasas

Hotels in Calabasas

The best way to get to know Calabasas may be through its top attractions. Among these are Leonis Adobe Museum, Malibu Creek State Park, Shadow Ranch Park, Reseda Park and Gates Canyon Park—all of which are compelling reasons to visit.

Need a place to kick back after all that sightseeing? Calabasas also has 13 hotels, which rate highly for Room cleanliness and Location, meaning they offer more than just a comfy bed to snooze in.


Hotels in Calabasas

The best way to get to know Calabasas may be through its top attractions. Among these are Leonis Adobe Museum, Malibu Creek State Park, Shadow Ranch Park, Reseda Park and Gates Canyon Park—all of which are compelling reasons to visit.

Need a place to kick back after all that sightseeing? Calabasas also has 13 hotels, which rate highly for Room cleanliness and Location, meaning they offer more than just a comfy bed to snooze in.


Art and culture in Calabasas

Any destination has a roster of must-sees, and museums are usually at the top of the list. In Calabasas, for instance, the exhibits at Leonis Adobe Museum and Jewish-American Hall of Fame offer up their cultural and historical insights to visitors.

Sample some of Calabasas's best educational offerings at Calabasas Library, Barnes & Noble and University of Phoenix - Woodland Hills Learning Center.


Where to eat in Calabasas

Whether you're looking for three squares a day or want to snack your way through Calabasas, this destination has plenty to offer, culinarily speaking. Head to Sagebrush Cantina, Fresh Brothers and Marmalade Cafe to get your fill of tasty treats and rest up for another full day of exploring.


Nightlife in Calabasas

Enjoy cocktails or challenge the locals to a dance-off at New Light & Healthy Sushi Bar and dj sev. Calabasas's bars and clubs are on hand for pre-dinner drinks or a nightcap.


Getting to Calabasas

The most direct path to Calabasasis through Los Angeles International Airport and Bob Hope Airport.


Outdoor adventures in Calabasas

Don't forget to leave time to enjoy a little nature while in Calabasas. Head to Malibu Creek State Park or Santa Monica State Beach for a refreshing walk or afternoon picnic.


What to do in Calabasas

Whether you're looking for some family-friendly fun or a little release from the everyday, you'll likely find it in Calabasas. Bring the brood to the exciting rides at HolidayFest, the theaters at Edwards Calabasas 6 or the slick bowling lanes at AMF Woodlake Lanes for some good, old-fashioned fun.

Calabasas Medical Spa is an ideal destination for anyone looking for a little rest, relaxation, and personalized attention. If traveling leaves you feeling tense or tired, a rejuvenating treatment may be what the doctor ordered.


Getting to Calabasas

The most direct path to Calabasasis through Los Angeles International Airport and Bob Hope Airport.


Art and culture in Calabasas

Any destination has a roster of must-sees, and museums are usually at the top of the list. In Calabasas, for instance, the exhibits at Leonis Adobe Museum and Jewish-American Hall of Fame offer up their cultural and historical insights to visitors.

Sample some of Calabasas's best educational offerings at Calabasas Library, Barnes & Noble and University of Phoenix - Woodland Hills Learning Center.