The hotel is nice, comfy, and clean. Check-in at 4pm, I arrived at 5:30pm and had to wait 30 mins for a room because housekeeping was behind. They offered some bottles of water, a few snacks, and a late checkout the next morning. Later that evening we discovered we had forgotten our toothbrushes ...
We stayed here because of a work conference for my husband. The hotel staff was very friendly and the bar and restaurant was good. The decor is a little dated but we were told it will be going under a renovation in the near future. We liked the fact that it was within walking distance for restaurants ...
My son had an orientation at USC (13 miles away) but we wanted to be near the beach. I appreciated the free, clean, safe and easily accessible underground parking. Hotel staff was friendly and efficient. The room was clean and after a long day of walking around campus, the hot tub felt good. There ...
We had a balcony room that overlooked a roof and propane tanks so it wasn't worth paying for a balcony with that type of view. Construction was going on during he day on the third floor so no napping and it continued till 7-8 pm. Restaurant food was good but a very limited menu.
Our room at the top floor of the northwest unit had a sea view, although not a beach view, so you saw the ocean but not the waves. The two queen beds were very comfortable, the linens and towels were high quality. The room was a good size. The check-in and check-out were easy and the hotel offers ...
Manhattan Beach is the quintessential southern California city, with a vibe that is typical of a laid-back beach community. The area is filled with eclectic shops, quaint boutiques, a variety of cafes and restaurants and comfortable Manhattan Beach hotels that you can call home during your stay. To get started on your Manhattan Beach getaway, visit Orbitz.com, where you’ll find that booking your hotel, rental car and air tickets is quick and easy.
The neighborhood known as the sand section is where all of the beach action takes place. It encompasses an area that runs along the coastline and includes the Manhattan Beach Pier, one of the community’s most popular attractions. The sand section includes the downtown area, the gas lamp area and the strand, one of Manhattan Beach’s busiest areas.
The Shade Hotel (shadehotel.com) is situated just two blocks from the Manhattan Beach Pier. As a luxury boutique hotel, it offers a host of amenities designed to allow you to relax and unwind after a sun-filled day at the beach. The hotel offers a complimentary beach breakfast buffet, Tempur-Pedic beds, in-room spas and fireplaces. Rates start at $279 per night.
The Sea View Inn at the Beach (theseaviewinn.com) is located on the north end of the sand section within walking distance of the gas lamp area. The newly remodeled hotel offers a heated pool, Wi-Fi access and rooms that start at $170 per night.
There are a number of hotels that sit on the border between the tree section and Manhattan heights. Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy spending time in Polliwog Park or Manhattan Heights Park or taking a walk or bike ride down to the shoreline.
The Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham (hawthorn.com) sits in the center of the neighborhood, offering a secluded central courtyard, free hot breakfast and on-site fitness center, and room rates that start at $102 per night. The Marriott’s Residence Inn Los Angeles LAX/Manhattan Beach (Marriott.com) is well-suited for travelers who will be in the area for more than a few days. Every room is a suite equipped with an efficiency kitchen, and room rates start at $139 per night.
The Manhattan Village Shopping Center sits in the heart of the village neighborhood. The area is home to plenty of high-end eateries, such as McCormick & Schmick’s and P.F. Chang’s. The Marriott Manhattan Beach (Marriott.com) is located just east of the shopping center on Parkview Avenue. This pet-friendly hotel offers spacious guest rooms, an on-site golf course and rates that start at $99 per night. The Belamar Hotel (thebelamar.com) can only be described as luxurious kitschy. Also pet-friendly, The Belamar offers an on-site fitness center, complimentary breakfast buffet, outdoor heated pool and rates that start at $143 per night.
The next time you plan to visit southern California, make Manhattan Beach a must-see destination. Whether you’re into surfing and water sports or prefer to spend time visiting art galleries, you’ll find what you’re looking for, and Orbitz.com can help you get there. From the best Manhattan Beach hotels to low-fare flights, Orbitz will help you make all of your travel arrangements in one place.
I had a good stay. That food was great and the staff as well. A lot of nosie, you hear everything going on in the hallways. Overall good hotel near Universal Studios.
Stayed at this hotel many years ago when I came back to my surprise it has been all remodeled loved it years ago and now I'm more in love with that this hotel has more charm then any five star hotel I have ever stayed at I would never stay at any other hotel Los Angeles area. I will always stay at The Garland Hotel. I am totally in love with this hotel. The Hotel staff at the front desk are superb all the staff throughout the hotel are superb. The restaurant has the best food I've had in any hotel in ages Bartender make The best drinks ever and I will tell you at the prices are unbelievable low priced
The comfort of the hotel was nice. The room was clean and very close to the airport and surrounding places to restaurants.
Nice,and really enjoyed my stay..!would tell a freind.