A seasonal bistro named after Santa Monica's famous landmark, the 123 year-old Moreton Bay Fig tree, placing strong emphasis on sustainability and ... More
A seasonal bistro named after Santa Monica's famous landmark, the 123 year-old Moreton Bay Fig tree, placing strong emphasis on sustainability and indigenous ingredients. FIG features a frequently changing seasonal menu, Cheese and Charcuterie Bar, approachable wines by the glass, and a signature cocktail program.
I loved this hotel. Best place I've ever stayed. Every member of the staff I met was universally very welcoming and genuinely friendly but not intrusive. Location fantastic. On the beach, with ocean views; also walking distance to any kind of food in all price ranges and Santa Monica's 3rd Street Promenade (huge shopping area on streets restricted to pedestrian traffic).
Great location and amenities, friendly and helpful staff. The worst thing I can say about the Fairmont Miramar was that the exhaust fan in our bathroom didn't work, but as the room had louvered doors and a breezy balcony, it wasn't an issue. If you like to jog, you have one of the great running trails right across the street in Palisades Park. My wife proclaimed the bed mattress to be the most comfortable she had ever slept on. We don't do room service so I can't comment on that. Pool/hot tub/sauna/steam room all perfectly lovely. Really, if this place disappoints you then your standards are impossibly high.
Perfect location, perfect staff, perfect everything. In fact, when our room was not ready for us when we arrived at 4 PM the house picked up an $80 food and bar tab the three of us ran up while waiting for less than an hour. THAT's service. You'll love it here.
I booked a room on their web site. When I got to the hotel, they acted like I was a valued customer, even though it was my first time there. The room was great. I kept the balcony door open and didn't need air conditioning. The service was outstanding. And the location is great. You don't have to rely on the hotel for meals. There are plenty of restaurants right in the area--and great shopping only a block away. The beach, jogging and biking paths are across the street. The hardest part was leaving.
Santa Monica State Beach is the closest beach to the Santa Monica Pier and Third Street Promenade . As one
can expect, it is well equipped with the usual amenities plus volleyball courts, picnic tables and good swimming and ...
This Travelodge is located approximately eight miles from Los Angeles International Airport and three miles from Santa Monica beaches and
piers. It's three miles from Third Street Promenade and Venice Beach Boardwalk, five miles from Beverly Hills and Marina ...
Perched over the Pacific Ocean in Santa Monica, "The Pier" feels more like a carnival than a place to shop.
Cirque du Soleil pitches their tent on the beach here annually, and there are concerts and dances on the ...