Time Out says
A colorful and communal experience at this fun-loving hotel near both Abbot Kinney and Marina Del Rey
Inter-guest bonding opportunities abound at this hostel-like landing spot. Prices are certainly higher than what you’d pay for a dorm-type situation, but then again, you’re also getting more than just a bunk bed and a locker: crisp, Pop Art-themed rooms have flat-screens, mini fridges and CO Bigelow toiletries. Better yet, the front desk agents won’t look askance if you show up with a crew—thanks to dedicated Crash Pad Suites with pull-out sofas and expanded living rooms, the more-is-merrier consensus seems justified. Between the Ping-Pong tables, record players and weekly pub crawls, staff seem to go out of their way to ensure the party doesn’t stop.
Neighborhood: Located right on the cusp of Marina Del Rey and Venice, the Kinney offers the best of both scenes. Head to the marina for stand-up paddleboarding or boating, or stroll down Abbot Kinney Boulevard to soak up the hip Venice atmosphere.
Sunny Spot: For boozy Caribbean brunch with a hip Venice crowd
Tortoise General Store: For home goods that put a modern twist on traditional Japanese design
The Lincoln: For inventive cocktails on the gorgeous open-air patio
Time Out tip: Much as we love the shops, bars and restaurants lining Abbot Kinney, Venice Beach isn’t actually the most relaxing place to stretch out on the sand. Decamp to Marina Beach or Playa Del Rey Beach for a much more peaceful experience.
737 Washington Blvd
|Price:||$199.00 to $309.00 per night|
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