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An older family-owned motel on Lincoln Blvd, conveniently located near the ocean and Main St. Actually walkable to either location. Main St., of course, is the place for quirky shops and good eating places. Also on the main drag to Venice Beach and their shopping...More
Overall place was good neat and tidy however you cannot sleep in as house keeping started at 8am and was quite noisy. The owner was very helpful and advised me where the best shops are and what the nearest attractions were.
$143 for an old bed, shabby room and the loudest room ever. Terrible experience. Keep looking, this place is not worth the rip off price. No shampoo, nor little bottle of conditioner. Very bare bones. And the WiFi is a joke. We do not recommend...More
I will start with the positives.
The motel is well situated, approximately 1.5km to the beach, about 15-20 minutes by foot
Free private parking in a small parking area next to the motel.
Check-in by the motel owner was quick and friendly.
The bed was...More
The room was clean. No air conditioner but had a fan and the windows opened for cool fresh air. Slept like a baby. Staff was friendly and helpful. Easy and free parking at the hotel. Affordable place near beach and pier.
US$125 - US$172 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#19 On the Beach Hotel in Santa Monica
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Santa Monica is a coastal town that maintains a balance as a tourist destination and as an area with a thriving local culture. On the beach, bikers, roller-bladers, runners and walkers move along the famed bike path enjoying the beautiful Los Angeles weather. The solar-powered Ferris wheel at the Santa Monica pier spins high above the water, while park revelers scream with delight riding the roller
coaster. Inland from the beach, Third Street Promenade bustles with shoppers and street performers, where every block seems to have a musical or acrobatic act drawing crowds giving Santa Monica both the feeling of a laid-back beach town and a major commercial hub.