My friend was looking for the best LA hotels for her son’s spring break, so I made a very nice list and thought I would share it here (welcome!).
My first suggestion is that you stay near the sea when visiting LA with a child. My favorite all-time hotel in LA is Sunset Tower in Hollywood, but I have never visited it as a “holiday.” Most of the time when I go, I try to get in on top of time with all the friends who live and work in the city. But aside from that point, this hotel is very beautiful in the true sense of the word. My friends and I love the bar and the restaurant that serve as our central meeting place. No matter what, I will not recommend family holidays. So, where can I recommend it? Any ideal rental location or hotel in Santa Monica or Venice is perfect as it is a few steps from the beach, Santa Monica Pier, and Abbot Kinney (which owns some of my favorite restaurants).
Second on my list are these charming and attractive one-room cottages, with a small 3-night offer. Prices range from $221 to $250 per night. There is a good farmer’s market where you can buy groceries and cook delicious food at home.
Next on my list are the Shutters, which are, however, a favorite of the people and my favorite place in LA. It costs a lot of money to stay here, and it is not very affordable (the most sought-after hotel). Another great option for Shutters and Venice Beach eco-cottages is Loew’s Santa Monica. It has less profit than the last because of its lake. Although Loew’s is not a cheap place, it is a luxury hotel that offers miles of free accommodation (actually, we have not stayed here yet).
Oceana Santa Monica Hotel: This should have been on my list because of its magnificent location and amazing courtyard. We lived here in Clara as a child, and I would say that she has seen significant changes and improvements since then. Our friends have stayed here a few times and love the relaxed vibe and the outgoing home.
We stayed here a few years ago, so I’m not in the best position to give a current update, but we had the most amazing time while we were there. The location and the ambiance were not as small as they were very good. I like the breakfast restaurant across the street. The hotel is just a road from the beach and a walk from the pier.
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