The Golden State offers a lifetime of holidays in one location, from its renowned coastline to its fancy central area and natural splendor. There is definitely something for everyone in a state this large and diversified, in addition to plenty of activities being available to keep everyone going back for vacations. California also provides unmatched star quality, with sunny beaches with surfers in the waves, sparkling towns bursting with entertainment and cultural events, astonishing parklands, and landscapes fit for any bucket list. Travelers can enjoy some of the most memorable culinary experiences or visit some classic theme parks. California is genuinely golden, whether viewed through tent flaps or from the balcony of a five-star hotel. Whenever the name of this marvelous state is mentioned, Los Angeles immediately crosses tourists’ minds. It is a fantastic city with much to see and do that add to the state’s value. Los Angeles, a cosmopolitan, easygoing, fascinating, and generous area, is where any dream comes true. It is a place where seeing the sky takes on a new meaning because of its unique combination of history and contemporary. Without a top-notch hotel to complete the getaway and meet tourists' dreams of luxury, a trip cannot be considered flawless. Therefore, it is recommended to stay in one of the most emblematic hotels, the Venice Beach House Hotel. Here is an overview of it.

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Venice Beach House History

Warren Wilson, a newspaperman, built one of the city's first and most architecturally beautiful structures in 1911 when Abbot Kinney, his friend, established the dazzling Venice of America with its own canals. This Craftsman-style landmark, also known as the Venice Beach House and designated by the U.S. Park Service on the National Register of Historic Places. The home has always been inhabited by families. The Kinney family shared the grounds when Kinney's sons married Wilson's daughter. The splendid Beach House has remained a calm place in Venice throughout the years, drawing beatniks, hippies, celebrities, and visitors from all over the world. The hotel is a hidden haven that has been lovingly preserved for guests and all of Venice by the Boesch family. It is a reminder of a bygone era and a jewel in a city where peace and discovery are hard to come by. There is something about it that keeps drawing those who have experienced its beauty back to the atmosphere and ambiance.

Accommodations And Rates At Venice Beach House Hotel

The hotel location is perfect. It allows visitors access to the best dining, shopping, and touring Los Angeles has to offer. Downtown Santa Monica, as well as popular Abbot Kinney Blvd, is also close by. Moreover, just a few feet from the hotel’s gate, the beach offers a variety of nearby attractions and activities, including surfing, paddle boarding, swimming, and sunbathing. Additionally, guests may stroll down the renowned Venice Boardwalk and take in the wonderful sights and culture. The beach house offers a plenitude of suites and rooms.

Pier Suite

This fancy suite provides a private bath and magnificent soft robes. The room is equipped with a hairdryer and a plush king-size bed with luxury parachute bedding and down comforters, as well as pillows. Guests can have a mouth-watering breakfast while sitting in their suite, in a separate lounge space, watching premium cable or Netflix, and using high-speed Wi-Fi. When they leave their room, they do not have to worry about their belongings because the room has a house safe. The suite also has a luggage rack. Guests can also benefit from laundry service for an additional fee.

  • Cost: $395 per night for 2 adults.

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James Peasgood Suite

James Peasgood Suite offers a partial ocean view and has a balcony overlooking a garden terrace. The suite provides a private bath and magnificent soft robes. The room is equipped with a hairdryer and a plush king-size bed with luxury parachute bedding and down comforters, as well as pillows. Guests are served a mouth-watering breakfast. They can enjoy their free time in their room watching premium cable or Netflix and using high-speed Wi-Fi. When they leave their room, they do not have to worry about their belongings because the room has a house safe. The suite also has a luggage rack. Guests can also benefit from laundry service for an additional fee.

  • Cost: $395 per night for 2 adults.

Aimee McPherson Suite

This amazing suite is similar to Pier Suite but has a garden view instead of an ocean one.

  • Cost: $395 per night for 2 adults.

Olympic Suite and Cora's Corner

This suite and Cora’s corner offer the same amenities as James Peasgood Suite but with a garden view only.

  • Cost: $365 per night for 2 adults.

Tramp's Quarters

The luxury is shared in all suites and rooms of Venice Beach House Hotel. Tramp’s Quarters has similar features as the previous two rooms, but it is equipped with a queen-size bed instead of a king-size one. In addition to the previous difference, the quarters have a shared bath, not a private one.

  • Cost: $315 per night for 2 adults.

Warren Wilson

This exceptional room has the same features as Tramp’s Quarters but has no view.

  • Cost: $315 per night for 2 adults.

Abbot Kinney

Abbot Kinney shares the same features as Warren Wilson but has its own private bath.

  • Cost: $355 per night for 2 adults.

Speedway

Speedway has two double beds with a garden view and a shared bath. It offers its guests the same high-end amenities as other rooms.

  • Cost: $315 per night for 2 adults.