Santa Monica, CA
Southern California is famous from coast to coast for relaxation and fun. On that front, Santa Monica delivers. But that doesn’t mean the good times begin and end with our beaches. From an open-air shopping district to world-class sports events, there really is something here for everyone. So take time to check out the La Brea Tar Pits with its huge collection of ice-age fossils. Enjoy the oceanfront amusement park rides at the historic Santa Monica Pier. Bike, blade or jog along Muscle Beach's 26-mile paved strand, where surfers, performers and vendors line the path. Or search for your favorite stars along the Hollywood Walk of Fame in nearby Los Angeles. Plus, The Getty Center and Norton Simon Museum are not to be missed.
At Loews Santa Monica, our expert staff can help make your stay even more memorable. Contact our concierge for more things to do on your trip.
Los Angeles: home of the rich, famous…and fit. Whether walking, jogging, rollerblading or bicycling their way down the boardwalk or along Palisades Park, movement is a natural part of the Santa Monica landscape. At any given time, there are people surfing, playing beach volleyball and practicing yoga and daring acrobatics on the grass in front of the ocean... Read more
Whatever purpose for your visit, a stop in Santa Monica should involve some relaxation and rejuvenation. Right here at Loews Santa Monica’s beachside Ocean Spa, we offer a popular Signature Beachcomber Massage where heated lava shells are used to work away muscle tension. Incorporating the seaside surroundings allows you to truly be one with nature – and yourself... Read more
The pier is a must when visiting Santa Monica. It might seem a little gimmicky; however, you can’t help but smile as soon as you walk under the arched ‘Yacht Harbor’ sign. Initially I was going to experience the pier in all of its mid-day glory, but I changed my mind after my first evening in Santa Monica when I witnessed a gorgeous sunset falling just behind the ferris wheel... Read more
My first order of business after I arrived in Santa Monica was heading to the popular downtown Farmers’ Market that overtakes Arizona Avenue each Wednesday and Saturday morning. The fruits and vegetables popped in an array of brilliant colors; the last-of-the-season sweet peaches smelled amazingly ripe; the apple and pear samples were perfectly crisp to the bite... Read more
With year-round sunshine, picturesque beaches and an abundance of attractions to experience, Santa Monica is usually thought of as a pleasure destination. But that doesn’t mean you can’t be as efficient at furthering your career as you can be at advancing your tan while staying at Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel... Read more