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Hermosa Beach is located on southern California’s South Bay, a mere 22 miles southwest of Los Angeles. The city is a true beach community, offering a variety of boutique shops, eclectic eateries and Hermosa Beach hotels that offer expansive views of the bay and the Santa Monica mountains. Get your weekend getaway started by visiting Orbitz.com, where you will find some of the best prices on hotels, flights and car rentals.

Beach Hotels

The beach area is always brimming with locals and visitors who want to soak up the southern California sun. The 1,000-foot long Hermosa Beach pier, located at the end of Pier Avenue, is the city’s main attraction. Locals call their strip of beach “the strand,” and the area surrounding it is home to most of the city’s shops, restaurants and hotels. Along the strand, you’ll find children’s swings, volleyball nets and plenty of people rollerblading up and down Beach Drive.The city hosts a number of annual events on or near the beach, including the February Sand and Strand Run and December Sand Snowman Contest. The Beach House Hotel (beach-house.com) is a 96-room boutique hotel located on the strand, offering spectacular water views. Every guest suite comes with a private balcony, wood-burning fireplace, separate sleeping and living spaces and in-room spa treatments by appointment. It’s just a short walk from the Comedy & Magic Club, where Jay Leno performs on Sunday evenings, many shops and boutiques, as well as restaurants and nightclubs. Rates start at $254 per night. The Grandview Inn (gvinn.com) offers sophisticated luxury at an affordable price. The 17-room inn features underground parking, complimentary morning newspapers and rooms decorated in warm earth tones. The staff can help to arrange golf times, whale-watching excursions and even surf lessons for its guests. Rates start at $139 per night. Other beach hotels include the Surf City Hostel (surfcityhostel.com), which is popular with the surfing crowd, and the Sea Sprite Motel (seaspritemotel.com).

Inland Hotels

A number of hotels are located away from the water, and most of them are very close to Highway 1. This inland area is where the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade is held and where the Farmers’ Market sets up shop every Friday afternoon. The Hotel Hermosa (hotelhermosa.com) is situated on the north side of town, near Artesia Boulevard. Because of its proximity to Highway 1, you can be at LAX, Redondo Beach or Manhattan Beach in just a few minutes. The hotel offers standard rooms as well as business, loft or Jacuzzi suites. All rooms come complete with a refrigerator and coffee maker, and many of the rooms have private balconies. Rates start at $111 per night. The Quality Inn & Suites (qualityinn.com) is located on Aviation Boulevard, just a few blocks from Pier Avenue. The hotel offers covered parking, complimentary breakfast and newspaper, a fitness center and an outdoor sundeck with a hot tub. Rates start at $99 per night. The Holiday Inn Express is located on the southern edge of town near Herondo Street. The hotel offers a fitness center, covered pool and complimentary breakfast bar. Rates start at $127 per night.

A California Surfing Getaway

If you’re looking for fun, sun and a laid-back lifestyle, Hermosa Beach might be the place for you. With its central location, you will find many day-tripping opportunities to some of southern California’s most popular destinations. Remember to visit Orbitz.com when you’re ready to make your travel arrangements. You’ll be able to purchase your air tickets, reserve a rental car and book a room in one of the many Hermosa Beach hotels via one easy-to-use interface.

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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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2 months 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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1 week ago

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Luxe Sunset Boulevard Hotel

Good for business trip

The hotel location is right near the 405 freeway so great access to other parts of LA. I didn't really take much advantage of the hotel amenities as it was a short business trip. But checking in and out was very quick and easy; the parking valet was always available and all staff were very pleasant and helpful.

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9 months ago

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Coral Sands Motel

Classic little California Motel

Staff was very friendly and extremely helpful. Quaint rooms, clean bathrooms.

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4 months ago