Los Angeles is a well-loved vacation destination for all kinds of travelers, and families are no exception to this. If you’re planning an upcoming trip to L.A, here are 7 family-friendly hotels that are perfect.
Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel
This beachfront hotel is the perfect getaway for those looking for a luxurious vacation the whole family can enjoy. The hotel features a spacious ocean-front swimming pool, as well as offering some child-centric amenities including babysitting (for an additional charge) and baby safety gates. Those with older kids will also appreciate the hotel’s close proximity to the Santa Monica pier – the rides and arcade games are sure to keep the whole family entertained.
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Magic Castle Hotel
Magic Castle Hotel is located only a few minutes away from the Hollywood walk of fame. The location alone makes this a great option for those traveling with children – its central location and close proximity to Hollywood means you won’t have to put as much effort into planning transportation with children to see some of the city’s iconic sights. While this hotel doesn’t offer quite as many amenities as some of the other hotels on this list, it does still feature all the classic amenities you’ll need to have a good stay. These include a beautiful outdoor pool as well as a fitness center.
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The Beverly Wilshire
Head over to Beverly Hills for another excellent option for those looking for a great mix of luxury and family friendliness. The Beverly Wilshire offers several amenities that will make traveling with children as convenient as possible, including complimentary cribs, child-sized bathrobes, as well as childcare services.
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Howard Johnson by Wyndham Anaheim
Head up to Anaheim to experience a fun and memorable stay at Howard Johnson. This hotel is located only a few minutes from Disneyland, making it a great option for those planning to spend a day or two visiting the iconic theme park. It also features a private waterpark of its own, guaranteed to entertain children without even leaving the hotel. Some other reasons to stay include an onsite minimarket to grab snacks during your stay and soundproof rooms – ideal for those traveling with young children.
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Great Wolf Lodge
If you’re looking for an experience and a hotel stay wrapped into one, consider staying at Great Wolf Lodge. Great Wolf Lodge offers a variety of memorable attractions. Most notably is their large indoor waterpark, which features several pools as well as waterslides. This is far from all there is at Great Wolf Lodge, though. You can also look forward to an arcade, a minigolf course, and an on-site Build-A-Bear-Workshop.
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Shutters On The Beach
This gorgeous, elegant hotel not only features countless amenities, but its location directly on the beach makes this a great option for families looking to enjoy some fun in the sun without traveling too far. Some of the family-centric offerings include complimentary cribs if needed as well as a kid’s menu. Meanwhile, other amenities the hotel offers include on-site dining and a gorgeous pool.
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Omni Los Angeles Hotel California Plaza
Those looking for a luxurious stay in downtown Los Angeles won’t be disappointed with Omni Los Angeles. This hotel welcomes children of all ages, as well as pets, making this a stay the whole family can enjoy. Featuring elegantly modern decor, you can look forward to enjoying the hotel’s pool, restaurants, and an on-site bar.
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