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Went on a mini vacay and stayed in the suite. First time there. Rooms nicely renovated. Excellent staff (Dee) was very nice! My children LOVED the aquarium and thought it was a beautiful touch to the newly renovated motel. Walking distance to pier. Plenty of...More
My husband and I stayed here for my first ever trip to CA. We loved this place - it's a pretty 3 block walk to the pier and beach, and within walking distance of about half a dozen restaurants (we Highly recommend the 'Cozy Cafe'...More
We arrived in the evening to find we were very much deceived by the internet. The hotel is obviously a local flop house druggie hotel. The smell of dope in the air as we walked into our room. There was hair on our sink, toilet,...More
this is a great hotel in a great location.they have remodeled all the rooms and very comfortable. house staff is friendly, the manager Mr Dee is also very friendly and helpful. has a nice aquarium in office which adds to atmosphere. i have stayed in...More
Not a boutique motel! It's a travelodge that has been badly painted. Possibly the noisiest motel I have EVER been to. Not only were the Russian neighbors partying and Braveheart banshee screaming until 530 in the morning, but the noise from the PCH is unbearable!...More
US$76 - US$523 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#6 On the Beach Hotel in Redondo Beach
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Im guessing its seasonal rates. The beach is all along the coast of California from San Diego to San Francisco are extremely popular spots and the hotels near the beaches are going to triple in price if the market will bear... More
Im guessing its seasonal rates. The beach is all along the coast of California from San Diego to San Francisco are extremely popular spots and the hotels near the beaches are going to triple in price if the market will bear it. I stayed around Christmas time and it was only $80 a night I believe. It also seem to be the cheapest hotel in the area and I think there was a new owner so he probably raised his prices to match other comparable places in the area.