Channel Road Inn - A Four Sisters Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsChannel Road Inn - A Four Sisters Inn Santa Monica
Nothing is cheap in LA area, but this place is quite good value comparatively. Location is at the far northern end of Santa Monica but there are eating options within a short walk. Beach not far away either. They include an afternoon tea with some home made goodies and a glass of wine for guests.
The common areas are nice and the room we had (comfy queen) was good.
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Set out after breakfast for a walk into Santa Monica because the sun was shining and we were killing time until the evening. Lots of homeless people once again but they don't bother you or beg, unlike at home.
Clothing being so much cheaper in US meant we bought a couple of more items whilst checking out a couple of US chain stores such as …
LAX seemed ok and in no time we were in a cab on our way to Santa Monica. Traffic reasonably light being a Sunday morning so the trip only took about half an hour to Channell Road Inn which was a B&B we had selected based on TA reviews. Unable to access room but at least we could store our bags.
Time to walk to stay awake, so we headed to …
The US was not on or bucket list at all. Problem was the only way to get to Central America was via US and with flights times etc we decided to take a short break.
Playing the tourist for the day. Booked a morning and afternoon combo to undertake our one and only tour of LA.
US doesn't seem to be much different to Sydney to be honest. …
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