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Southern California is celebrated today for its dazzling historic glamour. Many locations listed on the National Register of Historic Places reflect this mystique, including the Broadway Theater and Commercial District, the Hollywood Boulevard Commercial and Entertainment District, the Hollywood Palladium, the Crossroads of the World, and the Old Warner Brothers Studio. Additional historic sites proliferate throughout the region that chronicle its humbler origins as a frontier territory, like the Los Angeles Plaza Historic District, the Mission San Gabriel Arcángel, Mission San Juan Capistrano, and Fort Tejon State Historic Park. Southern California also features a gorgeous landscape that ranges from fantastic beaches—such as the famed Santa Monica Pier—to the rugged Death Valley National Park.
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Omni La Costa Resort & Spa
Carlsbad, California, United States
Boasting luxury accommodations, America's first full-service spa, and championship golf courses, Omni La Costa Resort & Spa is a historic retreat affording a true Southern California ambiance and picturesque natural landscape.
Hotel del Coronado
Coronado, California, United States
A living legend for 130 years, Hotel del Coronado celebrates its rich history as a proud host to celebrities, royalty, and beach-loving families through timeless experiences that resonate with modern-day guests. Rated one of the top ten hotels in the world by USA Today, The Del offers a contemporary beachfront experience, ocean view dining, an award-winning spa, upscale shopping, and a variety of recreational activities.
The Inn at Death Valley
Death Valley, California, United States
The Inn at Death Valley was built by the Pacific Coast Borax Company of Twenty Mule Team fame as a means to save their newly built Death Valley Railroad.
La Valencia Hotel
La Jolla/San Diego, California, United States
Overlooking La Jolla Cove and the sky blue Pacific Ocean, it's easy to see how La Valencia Hotel took its inspiration from Mediterranean resorts. Walk toward "the Jewel of La Jolla," as La Valencia is known, and you pass the colonnade flanking the palm-shaded patio before entering the historic lobby.
The Hollywood Roosevelt
Los Angeles, California, United States
The luxury accommodations at the Hollywood Roosevelt combine contemporary aspects, upscale amenities, and vintage Hollywood glamour.
Ojai Valley Inn
Ojai, California, United States
Fabulous spa, legendary golf course, luxurious retreat from the world: whatever your definition, the Ojai Valley Inn is a favorite among many. The 220-acre Ojai Valley Inn features 305 rooms and suites, four excellent restaurants, a golf clubhouse, and a Spanish Colonial conference center.
San Diego, California, United States
The Sofia Hotel is a serene oasis in the city of San Diego. Thoroughly renovated and updated, the hotel emphasizes guest comfort and convenience. No detail has been spared, from ambient lighting, luxurious bed linens and bath amenities to in-room spa services and pet-friendly accommodations.
San Jose, California, United States
Discover the stunning Mediterranean revival architecture of the Hayes Mansion. Featuring imported marble and ornate stained glass windows, this 41,000 square foot hotel is a stunning place to stay and host a variety of events.
Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows
Santa Monica, California, United States
The award-winning Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows is the epitome of Southern California style, elegance, home-like comfort, and beach life. Serving the Santa Monica area since 1921, the Fairmont Miramar was once a mansion owned by former U.S. Senator John P. Jones, who is also the founder of Santa Monica.
Hotel Casa del Mar
Santa Monica, California, United States
Listed on the National Register for Historic Places, the illustrious Hotel Casa del Mar harkens back to an era when the beaches surrounding Santa Monica were known affectionately as the “Gold Coast.” Founded in 1926 as Club Casa del Mar, the location was originally one of the city’s most luxurious beach resorts during the early 20th century.