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Malibu is a surfer town along the Pacific ocean that is home to over 20 sandy beaches and breathtaking hiking trails. It is in Los Angelas County but feels a world away from the big city.
In the past, there were very few overnight accommodations in this mostly residential town. In recent years, however, there are a lot more options for both comfort and luxury.
Read on for our list of where to stay in Malibu.
The Malibu Beach Inn is the town’s first luxury hotel. It’s a great spot for when you are staying in Malibu. You’ll love the ocean-facing balconies in each room.
You’ll find an on-site spa and a restaurant that has delicious fare and excellent service.
If you want a sleek and comfortable hotel in Malibu, the Malibu Beach Inn is a great choice. If you’re visiting California, make sure to check out these other 5 spots beyond Hollywood that you won’t want to miss.
Built in the 1950s, the Surfrider is completely renovated with reclaimed wood floors, luxurious linens, and plush, waffle robes.
The ocean-facing balcony and hammocks that come with each room are sure to get a lot of use during your stay.
Head up to the roof bar and restaurant for dinner and drinks and enjoy the sunset over the beach. Then head over to the fire pit as the night air cools down.
The hotel is next to Surfrider Beach, which has excellent surfing, a long and scenic fishing pier, a restaurant and cafe, and a beach volleyball court. Make sure you check the designated swim and surf times before you head over.
The Calamigos Ranch is one of the best places to stay in Malibu if you want a tranquil oasis set in nature.
Choose from a private cottage or bungalow on 200-acres of greenery. Guests will enjoy the vineyard, choice of 5 restaurants, and organic herb and strawberry garden.
The Ranch features 3 pools, and a quick shuttle to the beach club will let you enjoy the sand and surf. It’s also just 4 miles to Inspire Malibu.
This beachy hotel used to be called the Malibu Riviera. Following a massive renovation, it was renamed The Native Hotel.
If you want to be right on the beach, stay here. It’s just steps from both Point Dume as well as Zuma Beach.
The private greenery filled patios are a must. The 13 available rooms feature king-sized beds, local artwork, and little else. If you want minimalistic accommodations, this is it.
Malibu is the perfect surfer beach town to visit. It boasts some of the best beaches in the country and, at just outside LA, allows you to get away without being remote.
Now that you know where to stay in Malibu, go ahead and pack your bag. Grab your sunglasses and your surfboard and head to Malibu for a wonderful sun-filled stay enjoying both beach and trails.
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