Long Beach Hotels and Accommodation

(Long Beach, California - CA, USA)

A hugely popular vacation destination due to its setting alongside the North Pacific Ocean, the city of Long Beach comes with plenty of hotels close to its beachfront and waterfront attractions.

There are also numerous accommodation options to be found inland, lining busy thoroughfares and offering good access to Compton, Downey, Huntington Park and East Los Angeles. These include many familiar lodging chains and brands, with competitive rates and online deals.

For accommodation based around the downtown core of Long Beach, consider staying along the Ocean Boulevard (east or West). Hotels on the Ocean Boulevard include the Hilton Executive Meeting Center, the Renaissance and the Westin. Close by and based within a stone's throw of the East Village Arts Park is the Royal Hotel on East Broadway, which suits those looking to stay for at least a month, since it offers monthly room leases.

Where to Stay

Also located on East Broadway, on the corner of Atlantic Avenue, is the Inn of Long Beach, which is conveniently nearby the Convention Center and resides within a particularly safe and appealing neighborhood. Special weekly discount lodging rates are another good reason why so many people choose to book a room at the Inn of Long Beach.

Those wanting to stay within easy reach of the Conference Center can't get much closer than when staying at the Best Western Plus Hotel on East 1st Street, or at the Courtyard Downtown, just across the road. Further accommodation in this part of the city includes the Rodeway Inn, the Travelodge and the Westin.

The Hyatt Regency Long Beach is also well-placed for trips to the city's Convention and Entertainment Center, as well as the arena and the Rainbow Lagoon Park. A little down the road, the Hyatt the Pike Hotel is situated just over the road from the Cinemark at the Pike cineplex.

Hotels within close proximity to Shoreline Drive have the advantage of being nearby some of the best eateries in Long Beach, such as the Bubba Gump Shrimp Company, Famous Dave's, Tequila Jack's and the Yard House, along with the Aquarium of the Pacific. And for a room with a waterfront view, consider booking accommodation at the Dockside Boat and Bed on the Rainbow Lagoon Path, where you actually sleep on your very own luxury yacht.

The retired ocean liner named the RMS Queen Mary is another unusual and desirable lodging option on the waterfront of Long Beach and currently functions as a hotel, restaurant and also a museum ship.