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Playa del Rey is located north of Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). From San Diego Freeway (405) exit Imperial Highway and go west. Where the road ends at Vista del Mar, turn right. Playa del Rey is located just beyond Dockweiler Beach.
Your hotel will give you easy access to a wide variety of activities, in typical Southern California fashion.
Sunbathe on the wide stretches of beaches, some of the least crowded of any in Los Angeles.
Bike along the 30 Mile bicycle path or rent roller blades or a skateboard.
Ride, jog, or walk to Fisherman's Village in the Marina or to Manhattan or Venice Beach
Fish along the Jetty.
Surf out front on the beach break. Peaks off the jetty. Every beach break has it’s day.
Boat out to sea in a sailboat, sport-fishing boat, kayak, or harbor dinner cruise ship.
Walk along the beach collecting shells, admiring the dolphins, or noticing the large yachts, volleyball games, or boat races.
Play tennis at Loyola Marymount or Westchester Park
Golf on either of two public golf courses including the famous or infamous 15-hole Westchester course, the only night lighted golf course in the area.
Whale watch - in the winter. Boats leave from Redondo Beach.
Get a break from the hotel and the beach with some retail therapy.
Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica offers shopping and also adds entertainment with its street performers, movie theaters, and outdoor restaurants.
Being a part of the Los Angeles metro area, your Playa Del Rey hotel will give you access to a wide variety of traditional and exotic cuisine.
Explore the food treasures of our local and famous farmers markets. Flea Markets are every weekend at various locations
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From your hotel in Playa del Rey you can explore some of the other nearby beach communities as well as the city of Los Angeles.
Marina del Rey - The "marina of the king" is home to a vast number of restaurants and hotels, and while not as touristy as some of the neighboring beach cities is nonetheless a fun spot to spend an evening.
El Segundo - This neighboring city is mostly an industrial town, although visitors are generally surprised to find a sleepy downtown that is home to numerous restaurants and bars.