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Loved the minimalist-retro hotel! Simple, unique and not your standard run-of-the mill accomodation; this hotel's charm and character make it worth staying here. It is newly renovated and clean. It was nice to be out of L.A. We hiked in Point Mugu State Park nearby...More
Stayed here for 1 night last week on the way through. Having been recently renovated the new decor was beautifully done and we were greeted in reception by a very nice girl (can't remember her name!) who was very accommodating with regards to an early...More
After paying quite a bit of money we were expecting a bit more. The room was new, clean and fancy but not very homely at all. No tea or coffee facilities or television. The first cabin we were put into had only boiling hot water...More
My boyfriend and I spent 1 night at the newly renovated property and we had a wonderful experience. Our room was clean, pillows were super plush,very stylishly decorated, and the property is in a great location. We spent the most of the evening at Malibu...More
My boyfriend and I stayed the weekend of 10/1/16. We loved it, something different than your typical hotel. Felt more cozy..."homey".....hipster. The two ladies at the reception desk were so sweet and walked us to our room. The rooms have no AC but open the...More
The Malibu coastline is like a chameleon. In some areas it resembles the French Riviera with its lush, green hillsides descending into crescent-shaped shorelines. In others, it feels 100% Southern Californian with beaches wide and flat as a football field, and often crowded with beach-goers lounging on towels and playing volleyball. Other coastlines still feel secluded, tucked under tall cliffs and dotted
with stunning rock formations. In certain areas, where the ocean waves are just right, surfers can be seen bobbing in the water. Up in the mountains to the east hikers take in truly stunning views of the ocean and the sprawling Los Angeles landscape. And along Pacific Coast Highway, restaurants are filled with visitors and locals from all walks of life. Stumble into the right place at the right time, and you’ll likely encounter a celebrity.