Get Fun Recreation To Santa Monica Beach Pier California
Santa Monica Pier has been a favorite destination for many local and international tourists for years. If the East Coast has Coney Island, the West Coast has Santa Monica Beach Pier. Seated in the heart of Los Angeles County, this beach enjoys wide sandy areas for beach front relaxation and the famous Santa Monica Pier complete with its own amusement park on the top of an old wooden pier.
Dozens of movies and television shows have featured this beach and pier over the years. A sunset Ferris wheel ride offers an unforgettable ocean view. For good measure, you can easily visit the nearby Venice Beach and Palisades Park. This is a beach for the entire family.
Each morning, the beach is raked and cleaned, and lifeguards are on duty all day long. You can bring your own beach towel or beach chair and just enjoy the scene. Or rent from Perry’s. Their beach butlers will provide you with a table, chair, and umbrella.
For shopping you can go to the Third Street Promenade, an outdoor, pedestrian-only shopping and entertainment destination where you can spend the whole day. There are more shops are on adjacent boulevards and neighboring 2nd and 4th street. You can also visit Santa Monica Place, a tri-level skylit galleria housing 570,000 square feet with 120 shops and eateries. There is more shopping on Pico Blvd., Montana Ave. and Main Street.
If you are searching for a spot to stay while on trip, either by yourself, with your loved ones or associates, Santa Monica hotels would not be that hard to find. Just visit one of many online sites that now allow you to quickly locate and reserve your stay at an environmentally friendly hotel. With 27 hotel and motel properties in the Santa Monica area it’s easy to make your reservations or bookings at a Santa Monica hotel that fits your plans.
There are accommodations in every price range from inexpensive motels like the Travelodge Santa Monica on Pico Boulevard to luxury hotels like the Hotel Oceana Santa Monica, The Fairmont Miramar Hotel, Le Merigot, Shutters on the Beach and Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel.