List of Hotels, Inns, Motels, Houses and Apartments

Places We Love in Venice Beach and Los Angeles area. We’ve ranked the top hotels in Los Angeles based on an unbiased analysis of awards, expert recommendations and user ratings. There are many ways in which Venice has changed significantly in the past decade or so – whether you live there or are just visiting, one thing everyone can agree on is that it’s not nearly as affordable as it used to be.

That cheap go-to motel in Venice that regularly went for, say, $85 or so, back in the early days, might now go for double that, sometimes more, per night. Sure, the place has been painted and the management probably sprang for some nice black and white photos of Hollywood Boulevard back in the day, but you’re still in a motel, probably pretty close to a busy street or a freeway. A decade ago, places like these were the refuge of the budget traveler, with anyone who could afford it somewhere further west, preferably near the beach. No more.

This hasn’t just happened to quickly-revitalizing areas like Hollywood – take the long-standing crop of average convention hotels in LA’s downtown – you know, the one that nobody even remembered was there in the late 1990s. Nowadays, it’s back on the grid and there’s a ton going on; whether these hotels have been recently renovated or not, they often get to charge upwards of $200 a night, simply because it’s downtown Los Angeles.

Recommended Hotels in Venice Beach, Los Angeles and neighboring areas

Recommended Inns, Villas, Apartments and Houses in Venice Beach, Los Angeles and neighboring areas

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