Luxurious Santa Monica Vacation Rentals with Fabulous Amenities
Our Santa Monica beach vacation rentals are fresh, modern homes complete with a myriad of enviable features that will have you wishing that you could stay far past your check-out date. Many of these Santa Monica vacation rentals enjoy beachfront views and access points, making them the ultimate place for a Southern Californian beachgoer’s experience.
Step within the bright and serene interiors of these rental properties and you’ll find walls awash in calming color schemes, contemporary art and architecture, ample natural light, and airy floor plans with plenty of space for day-to-day living and entertaining during your stay. Spacious bedrooms and accompanying resort-style bathrooms ensure that each guest feels pampered with their own private retreat-within-a-retreat.
Open gourmet kitchens with expansive countertops and the latest appliances function as hubs for meals and memories. Plush furniture, paired with cutting-edge flat screen televisions, give guests a place to put up their feet after sun-soaked days of laying and playing on the beach or exploring all that the city has to offer. Cozy nooks located throughout these vacation rentals in Santa Monica allow guests to sink into vacation relaxation, while the wide windows that adorn these rentals provide unbeatable views of the surrounding beach and ocean areas.
You and your guests can also gain another incredible vantage point of Santa Monica’s exquisite sights from the comfort of rooftop outdoor lounging areas, complete with chaise lounges, private pools and hot tubs, and balcony dining sets. Watch the sunset paint the sky intense colors as each day comes to its blissful end, the lights of the famous Santa Monica Pier twinkling in the distance.
What to Do for Fun Near Santa Monica
You don’t have to content yourself with just looking at Santa Monica Pier from afar, however; you can see this beloved attraction and many more up close! Santa Monica Pier is home to an old-fashioned boardwalk amusement park known as Pacific Park, which sports a solar paneled Ferris wheel and a roller coaster. Also on the pier is an original carousel form the 1920s, a video arcade, the Santa Monica Pier Aquarium, a fishing section on the west end of the pier, and even a trapeze school, among the variety of shops, restaurants, and entertainers that also call the pier home. There are also free historical walking tours of the pier, as well as many outdoor events and concerts offered on the pier.
Third Street Promenade is another spot worth visiting during your time in Santa Monica. An upscale shopping, entertainment, and dining complex located in downtown Santa Monica, Third Street Promenade hosts farmers’ markets, a variety of boutique and upscale retailers selling all types of wares, restaurants and coffee houses specializing in cuisine from all over the world, art galleries, movie theaters, live theaters, and more. The area is also known for its upbeat nightlife.
For those interested in all things flying- and space-related, the Museum of Flying near Santa Monica Airport is an excellent choice. With interactive exhibits, a plethora of artifacts, and as many as two dozen aircraft on display, the Museum of Flying is a comprehensive space and air museum experience.
The Santa Monica Mountains are a famous natural attraction that continues to provide countless hours of adventure, exploration, and fun outdoors. Around twenty parks can be accessed throughout the Santa Monica Mountains, which are excellent for hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding. Our recommendation: start at the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area for ease of access.
Another cool outdoor feature in Santa Monica is the Marvin Braude Bike Trail, also known as the Strand or the South Bay Bicycle Trail. Extending for twenty-two miles, this paved path begins in Santa Monica, passes through Venice Beach, Redondo Beach, and Hermosa Beach, then ends in Torrance County Beach.
Of course, you can’t visit Santa Monica and not spend some time on the beach! Santa Monica Beach is a three and a half mile-long state beach that has playgrounds, picnic areas, wooden pathways, equipment rentals for biking and water-based sports, and manned lifeguard stations for safety. There are also chess tables and volleyball courts located on site, along with a number of restaurants that line the beach. Grab a bite to eat at places like Coast, Caffe Delfini, or Big Dean’s OceanFront Café.
Luxury Rental Group – The L.A. Vacation Experts
Contact our team of reservation specialists to learn more about Santa Monica’s greatest attractions and things to do when you reserve your trip accommodations in one of the breathtaking vacation rental properties that Luxury Rental Group has available for your stay today.