Marriott Marina del Rey4100 Admiralty Way, Marina Del Rey 3.5 out of 5.0
Just across the street from Marina Beach, this Los Angeles hotel is a 3-minute bike ride from Venice Beach and 3.5 miles from Santa Monica Pier. LAX is 5 miles ...
My client enjoyed her stay and the room. She said the hotel was very good for her children as well.
Oceana Marina Vacation Rental537 W Washington Blvd, Marina del Rey 3.0 out of 5.0
Situated near the beach, this condo is 0.6 mi (1 km) from Venice Fishing Pier and 1.6 mi (2.5 km) from Venice Beach. Muscle Beach Venice and Fisherman's Village ...
The location was great. Close to beach, shops, restaurants, bars. Parking was on the street. So sometimes it required a little searching for a spot nearby.
The Inn at Venice Beach327 Washington Blvd, Marina Del Rey 3.0 out of 5.0
This European-style inn is inspired by the culture and history of nearby Venice Beach, and is located less than two blocks from the Boardwalk. Marina Del Rey ...
Great location and nice place! Suggested if you stay in the Venice area. Plenty of bars and restaurants (very expensive though!)
Marina del Rey Hotel13534 Bali Way, Marina del Rey 4.0 out of 5.0
5 miles from the Los Angeles International Airport, this hotel is 4 blocks from the shops and restaurants of Fisherman's Village and a mile from a public ...
Overall is nice old clean hotel. The only bad thing about Hotel. No self parking. If you rent a car you have to pay $30.00 valet parking fee. Image in, if you have exotic car , you have to let a kid to park your car, i am not very comfortable to give keys to anyone.
Hilton Garden Inn Marina Del Rey4200 Admiralty Way, Marina Del Rey 3.0 out of 5.0
Located within 5 blocks of Venice Beach and close to numerous restaurants and nightlife, this Los Angeles-area hotel is half a block from Mother's beach, and ...
Hotel staff was friendly, however when we got to our room and realized it was located directly in front of the elevator, near the ice machine and facing a very busy street I asked to change to a quieter location. Since we are light sleepers I need a quiet room. The hotel didn't look like it was booked ...
Hotel MdR Marina del Rey – a DoubleTree by Hilton13480 Maxella Ave, Marina Del Rey 3.5 out of 5.0
Adjacent to the Villa Marina Marketplace, Hotel MdR Marina del Rey – a DoubleTree by Hilton is a half-mile from the marina's restaurants and bike path, 3 miles ...
No microwave and no hot tub. Didn't like that they didn't offer those two things.
Foghorn Harbor Inn4140 Via Marina, Marina del Rey 3.0 out of 5.0
Situated on the beach, this hotel is 0.6 mi (1 km) from Venice Fishing Pier and 1.6 mi (2.6 km) from Venice Beach. Muscle Beach Venice and Fisherman's Village ...
I liked this little place especially because it next to the water
Jamaica Bay Inn4175 Admiralty Way, Marina Del Rey 3.5 out of 5.0
This boutique property is set amid palm trees on a sandy stretch of Mother’s Beach in Marina Del Rey. The inn is a half-mile from Venice Beach, 3 miles from ...
This hotel provided an awesome experience for my stay in the Marina Del Rey/ Venice/ Santa Monica area! I adore the friendliness of the hotel staff, the cleanliness of the rooms and entire hotel, and the location. The feel of a resort was provided! The Beachside restaurant has a divine menu with ...
The Kinney - Venice Beach737 W Washington Blvd, Marina Del Rey 3.0 out of 5.0
Situated near the airport, this inn is 1 mi (1.5 km) from Venice Fishing Pier and 1.7 mi (2.7 km) from Venice Beach. Muscle Beach Venice and Fisherman's Village ...
The Ritz-Carlton, Marina del Rey4375 Admiralty Way, Marina Del Rey 5.0 out of 5.0
This waterfront hotel is one mile from Playa Vista, and six miles from LAX.
We had a Marina view room with a balcony. We enjoyed the pool area and pool bar, wonderful massages at the spa, comfortable beds and friendly staff. Some noise from the room above us, but a wonderful stay overall.
Hotels in Marina del Rey, California
It’s all about the water in Marina del Rey, an exclusive community just 20 miles southwest of downtown Los Angeles. The focal point of the community is a small-craft manmade marina, the largest of its type in the world. The marina is surrounded by luxurious Marina del Rey hotels, trendy shops and gourmet eateries that make this a popular southern California destination. To get there, visit Orbitz.com, where you will find an easy-to-use interface that will let you make all of your reservations quickly.
The north end of the marina district is home to many of the area attractions. This is the main location for the annual New Year’s Eve fireworks, and the boats start off for the annual holiday boat parade here. Visitors can rent paddle boats at Marina Paddle, take a stroll down the North Jetty Promenade or shop at the Marina Marketplace. This neighborhood is also home to the Abbot Kinney Boulevard District, the area’s center for the arts, as well as the UA Marina del Rey 6 movie theater. Tony P’s Dockside Grill and Tavern is always busy after dark, as is the Warehouse Restaurant, where guests can listen to live music or comedy routines.
The Ritz-Carlton, Marina del Rey (ritzcarlton.com) offers a little bit of luxury and elegance at the north end of the marina. The hotel’s 304 rooms and suites have private balconies that offer expansive views of the marina. This pet-friendly hotel also features a waterfront pool and hot tub, high-tech fitness center and dining opportunities at the Lobby Lounge, the Wave poolside bar and grill and the Jer-ne restaurant and bar. Rooms start at $259 per night.
Surrounding hotels include the Best Western Plus Inn at Marina del Rey (innatmarinadelrey.com), with rates starting at $152 per night, the Ramada Marina del Rey (ramada.com), with rates starting at $135 per night, the Courtyard Los Angeles Marina del Rey (Marriott.com), with rates starting at $179 per night, and the Marina del Rey Hotel (marinadelreyhotel.com), with rates starting at $140 per night.
The west side of the marina is closest to the ocean and the Venice Pier and Boardwalk. You can take a romantic gondola ride from Gondolas D’Amore, take a stroll over to Fisherman’s Village or Burton Chace Park or rent bicycles from Daniel’s Bicycles. If you want some outdoor time away from the water, the nearby Ballona Wetlands offers hundreds of acres of marshlands with several self-guided hiking trails.
The Jamaica Bay Inn (jamaicabayinn.com) offers sophisticated yet comfortable waterfront accommodations with views of the marina’s west side. In addition to a private beach with a tropical island theme, the inn also features a beachside restaurant and bar with a heated patio, 105 elegant guest rooms and suites, a beachfront pool and on-site fitness center. Rooms start at $198 per night.
Nearby hotels include the Marina del Rey Marriott (Marriott.com), with rates starting at $169 per night, and the Foghorn Harbor Inn, with rates starting at $159 per night.
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If you are a boater, fisherman or water-sports enthusiast, or if you just want a relaxing weekend getaway, Marina del Rey might be the ideal choice for you. There’s plenty to see and do in the community, and it is also convenient enough to get to places like Los Angeles and Hollywood, which offers a variety of day-tripping opportunities. When you’re ready to make your travel arrangements, let Orbitz.com help you get there. There, you’ll find some of the best available rates on Marina del Rey hotels, air tickets and car rentals.
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