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We stayed here for two nights as nothing else was available, the staff were nice enough but the motel badly needs repairs, fairly run down and very basic. Paint flaking off walls, doors that look like they have been kicked in a few times, very...More
Although $75 a night doesn't seem cheap, it's the lowest you can get in the Santa Monica/Venice Beach area, which is where all the fun and nightlife is (especially Abbot Kinney, a hipster bar/restaurant strip in Venice). Anything cheaper will be a 30 minute drive...More
This motel was terrible. The facilities were very basic (which is fine for the price), but the Bed Bugs were not fine. There were so many of them we could watch them walking around the bed at night time. I got 70 bites.
My experience was horrible. The man Sidd (orerater of motel)goes in guests room without their permission. If you leave you key in the door, he takes it, then makes you pay a key deposit again which by the way He preys on you forgetting to...More
Cozy Ma and Pops hotel. The simplicity of this place is a unique quality in itself. I wanted to be someone close enough to the beach to make the trip several times - sunrise, morning, mid-day, sunset. It is in the perfect location weather you...More
US$109 - US$130 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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.