Santa Monica is one of Los Angeles’ most classy beach cities. The Shutters resort hotel is right on the beach with unhindered views of the Pacific. The hotel is around a 30-minute drive to Beverly Hills, Hollywood, Getty Center art museum, and LAX airport.
The Local buses wheel south to Santa Monica’s Main Street shopping and dining strip, and to hip Venice, which is a neighboring beach town with an artsy, bohemian vibe.
This white and grey shingled hotel, which faces the ocean, is a favorite of locals, tourists, and a few Hollywood celebrities. Artworks by major modern-day players like David Hockney, Roy Lichtenstein are installed throughout the hotel’s public areas, including the lobby, with its smooth wooden floors, comfortable sofas, and elegant rugs. It has calm rooms that make you feel like you are staying at your own private beach cottage, having balconies and white wooden shutters that open to catch the sea breeze. The hotel’s informal-stylish restaurants and bars afford stunning sunset views. Guests have an opportunity to step outside direct onto the Santa Monica beach promenade and bicycle trail.
Service and Facilities
Our guests enjoy 24-hour custodian and room service. There is ONE Spa, a fitness room, outdoor pool deck with private cabanas and chaise lounges, same-day laundry and dry cleaning services, business center, bicycle rentals, private yoga classes, and surfing lessons that are held on the beach that is for an additional fee.
Some of the services that we offer are as follows:
- Room service
- Fitness center
With hotels that have 186 guest rooms and 12 suites, which have balconies along with whirlpool tubs inside, sparkling bathrooms provided with a fortune chest of luxury bath and also body products. Michael Smith’s design artistic is a high-end American beach house, showcasing adoring four-poster beds, walnut desks and nightstands, louvered white shutters, custom-made bed linens, and hand-woven Tibetan rugs.
Food and Drink
Watching the sundown over the Pacific at three different sites. Pico restaurant offers idealistic dining with a comfy fireplace and highly valued, native seasonal manage by chef Vittorio Lucariello.
You should expect seafood delights, for instance, California white bass with black truffle vinaigrette which is around $34 or £24 or grilled octopus with pork belly at around $20 or £14 depending on the currency you use.
At weekend brunch, a lobster is a major ingredient, get pleasure from it in a Caesar salad at around $22 or £16, in a toasted brioche sandwich with avocado, smoked bacon and market greens at $29 or £20, or over sumptuous eggs Benedict at $35 or £25. The ocean-front Coast Beach Café and Bar offers additional casual dining whereas the Living Room serves afternoon tea, cocktails, and wines with glass and has a DJ spinning modern jazz grooves on Wednesday evenings.