Crowne Plaza Redondo Beach & Marina
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We woke up this morning to freezing drizzle which can sometimes put a damper on traveling. We managed to get out of the driveway which turned out to be the hardest part of the day. The drive to the airport was uneventful and we made it to BWI with plenty of time to spare. Our flight was delayed by about 25 minutes but we were able to make it up in …
We had a fantastic sleep and awoke early to be on the road at 8. Thankfully, a thick marine layer kept us cool. I must have driven this road (hwy 1) hundreds of times by car and we both remarked how different it seemed now we're riding our bikes. You smell the ocean and watch the hawks, pelicans and an array of other birds hunt their pray, We got …
... car in the middle. We walked out of the Franklin Hollywood & Highland Center straight out on to the walk of fame and the Chinese theater.
The bus tour company was also here and we got tickets for a tour to start at 1.30. Just enough time to grab something to eat. A Quick McDonalds to keep us going would do and it was just across the road.Chicken burgers were $1 each so absolute bargain. Did push the boat out for Hilfra though, and treated her to a quarter pounder with ...
... on Tuesday. Much of the afternoon was spent at the cafe. Some didn't make dinner - too tired was the explanation but we know the real story. I will let Sue know how nice dinner was!!!!! Tomorrow is Disneyland. I do hope I get to meet Lightening McQueen for Jesse and a real Donald Duck and Princess for Honor. Time will tell. Must get to bed as it is an early start ...
... so a massive pint of beer was 3.50. Commence another discussion about how Australia is the worst and wonder how we will ever adapt to life again. Order a bunch of bar food and another beer. Get the tab at the end.. $35... WTF!! Give a generous tip as our server was awesome and head back to Anaheim (via Hustler ) See a senor get arrested at the security check point. He was hiding in a u haul van ( or ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Crowne Plaza Redondo Beach & Marina
I couldn't have been more pleased. It was wonderful in every way. My girlfriends and I planned a ladies weekend to LA and I wanted to make it special by staying on the beach and going to relaxing, shopping and just eating our way through LA.
Sojourned here three days with the wife in late february 2005.
I stayed at the Crowne Plaza in Redondo Beach during a business trip. The room was decently sized--a nice desk for working at night, a comfortable chair, and a very good bed. The balcony provided a great viewing spot for looking at the ocean, King Harbor marina, and the line of taxis along the street below waiting for a fare. The bathroom door was fine in my room unlike other reviewers reported, but the bathroom tissue seemed inappropriately placed for those not of statuesque height or arm length. The room was clean, quiet, and comfortable--what I need when traveling.
Great location for a stopover
To break our trip from Sydney to New York we decided to stopover at Redondo Beach for two nights as recommended by friends. Great location not too far from LA airport. Lots of restaurants across the road at the Pier. Our room was spacious, very comfortable and quiet. The buffet breakfast comes highly recommended.
Looking forward to my next stay
This was my second stay at this hotel. My room was on the executive floor and had an excellent view across the pool and over the bay. The beds had been recently replaced and were extremely comfortable. The room also had access to the Club Lounge which provided complimentary drinks early evening and continental breakfast.
Given Redondo Beach is only about 5 miles from LAX, I will definitely stay here again to recover from the long flight from England.
Pretty good but to expensive
Stayed at the Crowne Plaza Redondo Beach for a week in October 2003. It is nice located near the Redondo Beach Pier and several restaurants. The room was pretty big and had comfortable beds, a big TV, complimentary Coffée/Tea, a nice bathroom and a balcony overlooking the pool. One negative thing about the room was that it was a lot of noise from a generator or something that seemed to be located just beside my room. The staff was not unfriendly but not friendly either. Parking was a little bit expensive and breakfast was not included in the USD 140 price. The Hotel is not bad but a little bit to expensive.
Not a good stay!
To expensive $149. Staff not helpful at all.Stay at the Best Western next door. They will charge $75 for a nice room. They also have a great pool and free parking.
Stayed there my last trip for 5 nights. Got a great deal on Hotwire. Didn't tell me that I needed to pay for parking which I believe was about $10 /day. The hallways smelled musty and I agrees with the bathroom doors from the previous comments. The view we had from our small balcony was OK . Alot of airline staff stay at the hotel.
Lagoon was great
We stayed 4 nites in two bedroom suite. Three grandchildren with us.
Hotel messed up the reservations even tho i called twice to double check and once two days before we arrived. The pool is very disappointing. But across the street is a salt water lagoon park. The water is recyled. The kids loved it. The hotel brochure implies the lagoon is part of the hotel- it is not- you pay at the park to enter but the price is reasonable. I agree with the other writer that the bathroom doors do not close and appear to be very cheap. We also had a rolling cot brought in which i thought was more comfortable than the bed. I asked for rooms with ocean view-you can barely see the water so don't bother getting ocean view.
Good experience. Parking rates are reasonable and attached to the hotel (for the area). Within walking distance to restaurants and beach. Pleasant, courteous staff. Large room. Only complaint: the doors to the bathroom were circa 1962 and didn't stay open (they're almost like closet doors). But, that doesn't overshadow a pleasurable experience.