Visitors to Los Angeles can now go from the bustle of downtown LA to the beaches of Santa Monica without braving the LA’s famous traffic! The city’s Expo light rail,.. read more
The FUN is on in Santa Monica! Take advantage of all this centrally located beach-side city has to offer, starting with a stay at Hostelling International Los Angeles Santa Monica. Our hostel offers economical accommodations and a warm welcome to travelers from around the world.
Dear Valued Guest,
Pardon our dust and noise while we make enhancements to our property, as we upgrade our Rooms and Bathrooms. The project has been carefully designed to elevate the guest experience.
While disruptions will be minimal, access will be restricted to different floors at different times.
We will be under construction from February – September 2017
Construction will start from 9:00 am – 6:00 pm — Monday – Friday.
We appreciate your Cooperation and Understanding.
Life’s a Beach at HI Los Angeles – Santa Monica!
Wouldn’t it be great to wake up two blocks from the beach, in a neighborhood of shops and cafes filled with interesting people from all walks of life? Just make your way to our Santa Monica location, just nine miles from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). You’ll be in the heart of Santa Monica and in the Los Angeles area’s trendy Westside.
The HI Los Angeles – Santa Monica Advantage
This certified-green hostel features 260 beds on four floors with a guest kitchen, library, laundry facilities, and television room. There is easy access to Venice, Malibu, Hollywood, Beverly Hills, UCLA, and downtown Los Angeles. A tour operator services the hostel, with daily excursions to all the area’s famed attractions. This location is the largest purpose-built hostel in the United States. Come check it out!
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