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Located on Ocean Blvd in Santa Monica with stunning view of the Pacific Ocean from our ocean view room types. Located close to the beach shopping and world class restaurantsA sparkling gem along the Santa Monica coast- The Georgian Hotel is the original luxury Santa Monica lodging - an epicenter of vintage glamour and modern accommodation for the vacationer and corporate guest alike. We offer the finest amenities to fulfill each and every stay. Guests thrive with a variety of 24-hour amenities including room service; concierge services 24-hour fitness and business centers and complimentary Wi-...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Reviewed 14 january, 2022
It was a decent stay. Check in was mostly painless. The lack of ramps made getting luggage to the room a pain. It's an older hotel, so noise from the elevator was a bit of a problem and the restaurant and bar closed way too early. Valet parking was insanely expensive and I feel like for the price point, the room was too small and the bathroom is just claustrophobic. The customer service was good and everyone was helpful. It seemed like the valet guy was pulling double duty doing something else so each time we had to wait a bit for him to come back outside to the stand when dropping the car off.
Trip to CA with family
Reviewed 27 december, 2021
Historic hotel that is modern enough to have all the conveniences to make your stay very nice. The location of the hotel is ideal as it is right across from the pier and steps away from the beach, restaurants, and shops. Breakfast was delicious. The staff was top notch...professional, friendly and went above and beyond to make our stay perfect. Thank you! This is not a budget hotel so the breakfast was pricey, but delicious and an ocean view table to begin our day
Where it's at
Reviewed 11 october, 2021
Short walk to the beach and pier, this boutique retro hotel is in the heart of the action on Ocean Drive Rooms are nice, lobby is fun, hopping during happy hour. Good people watching out front. Street noise wasn't a problem. Recommended, especially given its beach location.
Charming and great location!
Reviewed 10 october, 2021
This charming hotel was built in 1931. The location, on Ocean Avenue, across the street from the beach/pier in Santa Monica, is fantastic. The hotel lobby is Art Decco and so pretty. Small but charming, with attractive architectural elements. Kind and helpful staff. The bathrooms are TINY. We had a two-queen bed room with three people. Bathroom too small for more than one person, and very old fashioned tub/shower. No ventilation. Bed comfort was average and sheets were below average. Towels left constant lint on us. I would not stay here with more than two people to a room in the future. $50 overnight parking (valet only available) was crazy steep and not advertised.
Not worth the price
Reviewed 1 october, 2021
The best part of this hotel is the staff and their level of service, which I can't fault. The worst part is the hotel itself. I arrived a day early, having counted the time difference wrong coming from Australia. Fortunately, they was able to let me check in a day early. I had the absolute cheapest room available and it was still more than $300 a night. It was right next to the housekeeping room and they were constantly making a huge racket. i was so jet-lagged and just wanted to sleep, but couldn't. My window overlooked a dingy alleyway full of dumpsters that also had a lot of noisy vehicles going through there. I explained to the front desk that I was so tired from jet lag and was there another room I could have and they very kindly moved me and gave me an upgrade to an oceanview room, which was much quieter. However, upgraded room or not, this hotel looks pretty worn out. It's old and it really shows. The worst part was the shower. There is such a tiny trickle of lukewarm water that you cannot hope to wash your hair or even be properly clean after coming back from the beach. I literally paid $60 to go to a salon to get a wash and blow dry because I could not wash my hair with such miniscule water pressure. The idea that you would pay hundreds of dollars a night for a hotel where you can't even take a shower is ridiculous. For this reason alone, I would never stay here again. The location is pretty close to a lot of shops and cafes and is of course just across the street from the beach. Normally that would be a good thing, but the area is so overrun with homeless and drug addicts that I didn't even feel safe going out in broad daylight. It's really, really bad. I did one day borrow one of the hotel bicycles to ride along the beach and ended up having some crazy homeless guy throw a metal bat at my head for no reason. I will probably never go back to Santa Monica because the whole place is just gross, but if I did, I would stay at another hotel where I can have a shower.