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Just steps from the beach and the 3rd Street Promenade. All suites—and really very sweet on service and private beauty.
Snuck in among the posh apartment buildings on the north end of Santa Monica's beachfront boulevard, the revamped Oceana looks and feels more like a home.
Snuck in among the posh apartment buildings on the north end of Santa Monica’s beachfront boulevard, the revamped Oceana looks and feels more like a home. Full review →
One of Santa Monica’s prettiest hotels, the Oceana has flirtatiously colorful decor reminiscent of the French Riviera. Many of the large suites have views of the ocean.
Generous-size suites, soundproofed windows, an open-air courtyard and pool, and ocean proximity add up to a delightful boutique hotel. Full review →
Oceana Beach Club Hotel might be technically close Santa Monica’s vibrant dining and shopping district, but its residential location and timeless style make it a true beach hideaway. Full review →
A fresh, bright, airy and comfortable alternative to the massive, and generally impersonal corporate hotels, the Oceana is across the street from the bluffs overlooking Santa Monica beach. Full review →
Pale exterior, mid-century furniture, and a courtyard swimming pool make this 70-room boutique hotel—right across the street from the beachside bluffs at Palisades Park—feel like classic Santa Monica. Full review →
This small Ocean Ave hotel lavishes its guests with attention and lots of little luxuries. Full review →Savvy travelers who've visited Santa Monica before choose to return to the Oceana, north of the hubbub of the Pier and Promenade.
A sociable and carefree beachfront haven, it’s the perfect base from which to explore the weird and wonderful city of Los Angeles. Full review →
Small, intimate, and beautiful, this Santa Monica hotel more than compensates for its lack of on-site features. Full review →
In fact, this remains the best small hotel in Santa Monica. Full review →
A classic California beach hotel with something of a 1950s feel tempts you to kick back and relax for days. Full review →
Across the street from the beach and a short walking distance from downtown Santa Barbara’s restaurant and bar scene, Hotel Oceana’s location cannot be beat. Full review →
Lime green, eggshell blue, and canary yellow compose the punchy palette at this retro-beach-style boutique hotel. Full review →
"Gorgeous" rooms and suites (with Frette towels, Egyptian cotton linens and high-def TVs) in a "beautiful deco building" across from the beach in Santa Monica set this "lovely, intimate" find apart.
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