Hotels near 26-Mile Bike Path in Venice

Best hotels near 26-Mile Bike Path, Venice

4/5Very Good30 Reviews
0.34km from 26-Mile Bike Path
Santa Monica Pier and Pacific Park are within 15 minutes' walk of Bayside Hotel. This hotel offers a sun terrace with gardens and modern rooms with free WiFi.A flat-screen cable TV and a coffee machine are provided in each room. The bright rooms also have ironing facilities. Rooms with garden views or an ocean view balcony are available. Each room also has a beach bag for guest use and beach towels.Bayside Hotel offers a 24-front desk with tour and ticket services. Luggage storage is available.Penmar Golf Course and Venice Beach are within 2 miles from this hotel. Los Angeles International Airport is 20 minutes' drive away.
5/5Perfect31 Reviews
0.44km from 26-Mile Bike Path
A hotel that has a history, and position on the beach that needs to be enjoyed . The hotel does not disappoint, location can’t be bettered , Service standards are maintained in a difficulty market , Food at the bar and breakfast has improved to very good , The rooms are spacious, and very comfortable, with great beds , Upgrade to a ocean view for the full effect . Top marks to the management and staff for making our experience excellent
4.5/5Excellent30 Reviews
0.51km from 26-Mile Bike Path
I was put in a room with no sea view I told them in advance that there was an anniversary, but there were no amenities There was no turndown chocolate
4.4/5Excellent30 Reviews
0.52km from 26-Mile Bike Path
Property Location With a stay at Sea Shore Motel in Santa Monica (Ocean Park), you'll be convenient to Santa Monica Pier and Venice Beach. This motel is within close proximity of Santa Monica Place and Santa Monica College. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 25 air-conditioned guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms with shower/tub combinations are provided. Conveniences include phones and irons/ironing boards, and housekeeping is provided daily. Amenities Take in the views from a terrace and make use of amenities such as tour/ticket assistance. Dining Satisfy your appetite at the motel's coffee shop/café. Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include multilingual staff, luggage storage, and laundry facilities. Free self parking is available onsite.
4.2/5Very Good34 Reviews
0.56km from 26-Mile Bike Path
An all time classic hotel just got even better with stunning remodel. The refresh on the lobby and patio area are beautiful and spacious. Big thanks to Edith & Lanet at the front desk for the great hospitality & support. Great vibes and warm staff make this the best hotel in Santa Monica if not all of LA / SoCal. Can’t wait to come back and try Sugar Palm restaurant.
4.6/5Outstanding38 Reviews
0.69km from 26-Mile Bike Path
Second time here. In both cases, the AC was sufficient cool (barely), the food was quite excellent, the rooms were quiet and the staff (particularly the bell staff coordinating the bicycles) were excellent. This time they didn't have my room ready (at about 5:00!) so they gave me a dinner credit to eat in the lobby...of $100! When I was done, I waited for the check to add the tip...but that was covered too. So my annoyance gave way to enough grdtitude to write this review. If there is one place for improvement, they really need to upgrade their loaner bikes. If I were to stay there again (unlikely because my daughter is moving out of Santa Monica), this time I would give them the $100 credit to do exactly that.
4/5Very Good32 Reviews
0.77km from 26-Mile Bike Path
There seem to be only a few beach side luxury hotels in Santa Monica to choose from. I am thrifty, so I choose the lower cost option and I'm glad I did. The Loew's and other hotels are nearly next to each other, with Loew's being closest to the Santa Monica pier. The location is fantastic! There is a small side road that guests must cross to get to the sand, but it truly is beach side. The views are fantastic from the large, comfortable rooms. The robes and towels are cushy - as they should be! The pool area is great - tight but with wonderful views of the ocean and a much-needed wind screen surrounding it. There is a great on-site espresso bar. Perfect to grab a coffee and watch the morning beach views. The staff, especially the valets, were friendly, professional. One thing I especially noticed was that the hotel did not seem to defer maintenance during COVID. The common areas and our room were clean, maintained: no tippy lamp shades and worn carpet like I've seen so many "luxury" places...All that to say, I would book here again and again. I really enjoyed the hotel and the immediate, very walkable area.
4.8/5Outstanding34 Reviews
0.83km from 26-Mile Bike Path
Let me say first that it is a fine hotel, but for the price, I expected more. I had a nice room with a distant sea view, and the room had a balcony—a nice big bathroom; the only pity of the bathtub with bars for disabled people, which was all rusty. The bed is excellent, as is the large television. Too bad there was no coffee machine in the room. Upon arrival, I could use the complimentary valet service, and check-in was excellent and fast. I was, however, surprised by the Destination Amenities Fee of $33 per day plus tax. Don't make it a separate weird thing; just raise your room rate because you don't do anything extra for that amount except a free one-hour bike ride—what a joke. Anyway, the bar is excellent, as are the people behind the bar, in for a chat and excellent service. Breakfast is somewhat limited, but what they have is good. Too bad there is so little fruit on the menu besides the watermelon and pineapple. Unfortunately no kiwis, blackberries, bananas, or strawberries. Overall, an average hotel, and I still have no idea why I paid that Amenities Fee.
5/5Perfect31 Reviews
0.87km from 26-Mile Bike Path
The rooms are exactly as described in other reviews...not modern, not much room, not the cleanest, but the location is great. The place has no blow dryer, not even a room phone. Which is fine because I was aware of all that when booking this room. I decided, for once, to go the budget route and try to overlook some things since we would just be sleeping in the room. Our stay would have been fine but here we are after a long day of touristy stuff, we come back to our room at almost 1 am just wanting to lie down and go to sleep. But we can't. The cleaning people LOCKED the inner bedroom door in our room and we have been calling and calling the number for the hotel for half an hour to try to get in. No answer, no other numbers to call. I have a toddler and a kid just wanting to lie down. What kind of hotel has a locking door within the room that the cleaning people would lock? Or if they shut the door, why wouldn't they check first before shutting? And most importantly WHY IS THERE NO ONE AT THE FRONT DESK TO LET US IN? The savings was definitely not worth it. It's not even that much cheaper than other hotels on the same strip with amenities and service. We stayed 5 nights and they charged $1978 + $30/night parking I really only saved $200 over the Shore Hotel, which is what I was considering. Lesson learned - don't be a cheapskate.
4.6/5Outstanding49 Reviews
0.95km from 26-Mile Bike Path
Good location, close to the beach. There is a public car park diagonally opposite the hotel, and overnight parking is cheaper than the hotel. The hotel suites are large in size, but the facilities are slightly old, and the air conditioner has sound at night. Later we changed rooms for us. Overall good.
4.4/5Excellent33 Reviews
1.03km from 26-Mile Bike Path
The Santa Monica Motel is a very typical US Motel, it's quite basic, but very clean and comfortable, with lovely staff. Laura was excellent with help and advice and the motel was very well priced for the location. We didn't have a car, but it was easy to get Ubers and its a short walk to the station for Hollywood and Universal and also into Santa Monica itself. The beach area is about a 15-20 min walk. Rooms were clean and well equipped with a fridge. Can highly recommend Mel's Diner which was a short walk away and also the walk from Santa Monica to Venice Beach where we found muscle beach and lots of eclectic shops, bars, restaurants and people. Great vibe for a day out.
4.8/5Outstanding39 Reviews
1.08km from 26-Mile Bike Path
Did not order breakfast, the room rate is too high. Parking is also very expensive? Hotel facilities are relatively old, air conditioning sounds too loud. Health services and location are good, and it is a good choice for people whose money is not a problem.

Reviews of Hotels near 26-Mile Bike Path in Venice

3.2/535 Reviews
Venice Beach
I've stayed here in past with no issues but this time its like going to a terrible hostel. Due to covid kitchen and lounge closed but they don't mention that on the website I used which is agoda. Fairly certain they stopped requiring passports due to covid, as people aren't supposed to be flying into USA for vacations. As a result I had issues with people in the rooms that wouldn't normally be able to stay at this hostel. One guy wanted window closed. Thats dangerous due to coronavirus. Later I saw him with the crazies on the boardwalk. The 2nd room everyone was smoking in the room. They both were friends i did not feel comfortable switching on them. How can I snitch on two guys and then sleep in the room. The desk girl previously told me it was the last room she could offer me. So I left and slept in my car and no refund was allowed. To me they are running a scam operation. If i sell a pizza at work, and its the wrong food and the person doesn't want it, I have to give a refund if they don't want another one. Will not return.
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4.9/533 Reviews
Venice Beach
I would probably score this place at a 4.5 as it has some great positives but a few minor area to improve. The location is amazing and the staff are incredibly helpful and friendly. The room was actually described as having a city view but it did also have a view of the sea which was great. The room was spacious and clean and big enough for 3 people. The door for the bathroom could do with being fixed in properly and having only one lift and with the roof terrace being very popular does make it sometimes a wait! All being said this is a great base to explore LA from!
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3/531 Reviews
Venice Beach
We stayed in one of the ocean view rooms. Yes, the room was small but we had no complaints. I was surprised that despite facing the bike/pedestrian paths, there was little noise at night (it was a weeknight). The location is perfect, right on the beach and 2 blocks from Washington Blvd, which has many restaurants/bars. There are sitting areas in front and on the roof; the roof top view is great but they could really use some umbrellas up there for shade. Parking is an issue; we were unable to reserve parking ahead of time and ended up parking several blocks away. Overall, we had a very pleasant one night stay. Venice is not everyone's cup of tea, but if you are looking for a place to chill out while watching the waves and the people, this is a good place to do it.
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3/531 Reviews
Venice Beach
Honestly, we booked this place because it was the cheapest place we could find ON the beach in all of the L.A. area. Previous reviewers have complained about homeless people, no air conditioning, noise, and poor WiFi. For starters, we can only speak for the ocean-view rooms. We love the beach, most any beach, and like being able to see the beach from the room. Venice Beach is a great people-watching place. Apparently there was a large homeless encampment here a few months ago, but that has been moved. There’s a bar/restaurant on each side of the hotel, and both have music most evenings that can be heard in the room. We stayed Wednesday through Saturday nights. The music ended by 9 on weeknights and by 10:30 on the weekend. The only time it was a problem for us was on Saturday afternoon when one bar had a band so loud it made the room almost uninhabitable for a few hours. Once the music stops, it’s remarkably quiet in the evenings. The view is across a parking lot, but still great. A higher floor would improve the view. And that parking lot is handy. $7 for all day, 6 a.m. til midnight; but you can’t find park there overnight. The recommended parking, in the Renaissance garage is a nice, underground garage, about a 5-minute walk away. $20 for 24 hours. We had no problem with the WiFi. In short, we liked the place. And, FWIW, we’re old retired people. The regular clientele is much younger.
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