Marriott Marina Del Rey

Address: 4100 Admiralty Way, Marina del Rey, California, 90292, United States | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Venice area of Marina del Rey, is near Venice Beach, Marina del Rey Beach, Burton W. Chace Park, and California Sailing Academy.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Marriott Marina Del Rey



    Stayed here the 2nd - 5th March 2005. We were lucky to have a friend who works for Marriott so got a rate of $49 a night which is a steal - the room (two double beds - or maybe they were queens) was fantastic - the beds were sooooooooo comfortable and nicely made. The bathroom/towels and beds were made every day to our complete satisfaction.

    The hotel is not too far from everything - I 100% enjoyed my stay here

    The good and bad


    We stay in this hotel yearly for conference. After a two week stay, I have to say that while the hotel is lovely, and the staff bends over backward to take care of you and correct problems, it still has issues that make the cost of a nights stay questionable. The hotel has beautiful views no matter which room you take, (try for a higher floor for best views).

    The rooms have been recently re-done and are lovely although a little dark.

    Unfortunately in the re-model all refrigerators have been removed from the guest rooms and now the hotel only has around 20 to share among guests. For travelers who stay as long as we do each year, this perk was missed. Also I understood from others that waterfall showers had been installed in some of the rooms. Such a shame they weren't added to every room. We noticed in most of our rooms (we had a total of over 100) that the toilets ran constantly.

    Although we were told by hotel staff that a change is in the works, the elevator system is HORRIBLE. You could wait for 5-15 minutes each morning and evening for an elevator, being passed numerous times with completely full cars. The lobby bar has been updated a bit, but is fairly uncomfortable for casual conversation. A really foul music is piped in continuosly and it is too loud and very disruptive. Also, bar and food service in the lobby is extremely slow.

    The staff at this hotel is fantastic. You could not ask for more helpful, polite people. We noticed that they made a point of always calling us by name in hallways, elevators etc. Being asked for things by 100 + weary, tired and out of sorts people is a challenge always, but the staff at Marina Del Rey met the challenge admirably.

    One of the best...


    I've stayed at Marriott locations around the country and this is one of the best. The lobby's newly renovated furnishings is a nice change from the typical hotel lobby. Their new bedding gave me one of the best night's sleep ever. The hotel staff was top-notch. I would recommend this hotel to anyone.



    Just returned from our first trip to the Los Angeles area. It was a choice between staying in Santa Monica or Marina del Rey. We are very happy we chose the Marriott in Marina d.r. The hotel is very nice. Our room was on the 7th floor and had a beautiful view of the marina. We stayed for 3 nights and took a Hollywood tour that the hotel booked for us. Everyone was very friendly and helpful. There are plenty of restaurants in the area and its a quick walk to Venice Beach. The hotel restaurant was very nice for breakfast. It is a great home base to all of the attractions in LA. Santa Monica hotels are very expensive and the area wasn't quite as nice. Restaurants that we visited were Cheescake Factory and Tony P's. Great for sunset dinners. The front desk had a super guy who helped us named Rob. Underground parking is available for $15.00 per day , Ouch. But all in all, it was a top class hotel.

    Looks great on the surface...


    Upon arrival at the hotel, I was thouroughly pleased with the welcome that we received from the valet and the front desk staff. The lobby was very nice. Overall the hotel was ok. The beds were comfortable and on the surface the room was clean and nice. The hotel is located directly across from the Marina. There are alot of nice restaurants and shops located there.

    However, the rooms need some spring cleaning. The curtains were filthy. The window seals in the elevator corridor were dirty with dead bugs.

    Based on the cost of the room, the spring cleaning should have been done.

    Overall, I was satisfied and probably would stay again with the hope that the spring cleaning was done.

    Near Perfect Stay


    My family of three stayed in July 2004 for two nights. Since we needed more room we booked an executive suite. The room was divided in two by french doors, plenty large for us with all the necessary amenities. The only negative was that our room could have used a new sofa bed, our's was stained and the foldout was uncomfortable. They ended up giving us a rollaway bed. The standout feature though was the service. Everyone from the front desk to the valet parking was very accomodating and friendly. Even the food in the restaurant was considerly better than expected. When we departed, the car's windshield had been cleaned and 3 bottles of Evian water were on the seat. That's a first for us.

    Stayed in Marina Del Rey


    We stayed in Marina Del Rey at the Marriott. It was a nice area and the hotel was nice, clean and well maintained. The Harbor was very pretty. If you stay ask for Harbor side and as far up as you can go! Best view. We went to Univeral Studios, the park was very cool it was the highlight of the trip, the city walk was a great place to shop. The second best thing was driving up to Malibu did not take long at all and the views are great. Nice area just a day is all you need to see it though. Venice Beach boadwalk is entertaining.

    Fantastic Service and Staff


    My daughter ( Connie) and I stayed there June 9,10,& 11th. The service was wonderful and my daughter is in wheel chair and has a service dog.

    They went out of their way to be helpful to her. Sure will go back again if the opportunity arises.

    Awesome Service!!!!!!!


    The service at this hotel was secound to none! The staff is excellent, rooms are fantastic, and the location is out of this world! "This is the best Marriott I have ever stayed at!

    Beautiful Views


    Stayed here in November 2003. Comfortable, clean, and quiet. Ocean and marina views were wonderful. Staff very friendly and polite. The food choices were a bit limited, but there is plenty nearby to choose from.

    The only negative comment other than the food selection is the parking garage. Even though I had a voucher for free parking during my stay, this is not always the case. The garage is independently owned from the hotel and charges 15.00 a day with no in/out privileges. Overall, a very relaxing place to stay in a good location.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Marriott Marina Del Rey

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Marina del Rey

    Venice beach

    A travel blog entry by finnonholiday on Apr 17, 2015

    6 photos

    ... down further and we saw loads more dogs. After that we realised that the market we found there is a skate park and I saw this really skilled guy looked like you was only seven or eight and he was and he was really really good. After that we went back to the car but on the way there we found this really really small dog that was so small that I could hold it up with only one hand. After that we went to the whole food store to ...

    Whales, Dolphins, Sea Lions, Oh My!

    A travel blog entry by jwheeler70 on Dec 28, 2014

    5 photos

    ... be migrating south to Baja (hope she doesn't run into any border issues) and a juvenile humpback, which is apparently somewhat rare. There was also a sea lion floating around. It was like our own personal aquarium! However, I still plan to hit the big aquarium in Long Beach. I'm a sucker for marine life ...

    Universal Studios

    A travel blog entry by blakeman on Dec 01, 2014

    17 photos

    ... where you kind of enter the seats or whatever. But it's a stimulated roller coaster of sorts...make sense? They use all the latest and coolest technology with amazing special effects. Was very different to anything we have at home, so it was pretty cool. We first took the famous tram tour, that's been running for about 30 years I think. It's where we do a guided tour of all the authentic sets for where some of the most famous movie and TV ...

    Weekend in LA

    A travel blog entry by rabiensaul on Oct 17, 2014

    ... it wasn't long before I'd stopped reading the sidewalk. Each intersection looks odd, and all the places I want to go are constantly on the other side of the road. Even parking buildings are baffling with the feeling that you are driving up the wrong way, and when it did feel right to me I was facing oncoming traffic tooting at us. I kept saying signs that read head in... and I'm thinking I will as soon as I get a park. I go past one and back in. I'm walking down ...

    Admin mania and a great day out

    A travel blog entry by ggoat on Jul 15, 2014

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... to go to Anywhere, I just wanted to drop my bag off for a while and I needed a ticket to be able to do that. Unfortunately, having heard my motivation, the attendant told me that I was not allowed to buy a ticket.


    Fortunately, there was an electronic ticket machine next to the ticket counter which was more understanding. I bought an $8 ticket to Somewhere, took it and my bags to the left luggage counter and left. my. ...