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This is once of those hotels that looks good great from the outside but once you get to the room, the reality is different. The place fits in the category of Motel 6 but in Redondo Beach. Actually, I'm sure that Motel 6 has better...More
The hotel is ok to stay a short time (max 1 night). It is close to the pier.
The infrastructure is older than it appears on pics and the rooms in general arent that nice.
The shower was the worst thing.
For the price we...More
Pictures on the website look nice so we booked there for a 1 night since it was close enough to airport, and close to the beach.
When my colleague open the door of her room, there was somebody sleeping in the room... bad start.
We decided to make a day trip to Redondo beach on our way to San Francisco for an anniversary dinner. Flew in from Houston and grabbed a reasonable hotel by the beach. The Redondo Pier Inn was a nice, clean and convenient location. 2 blocks...More
I paid $257 to stay one night, Saturday. I chose this hotel because it was close to the beach. I clocked my walk at 10 minutes to get to the beach/pier. The hotel is minimal at best. The rooms were clean but nothing fancy. The...More
US$103 - US$217 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#6 On the Beach Hotel in Redondo Beach
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Im guessing its seasonal rates. The beach is all along the coast of California from San Diego to San Francisco are extremely popular spots and the hotels near the beaches are going to triple in price if the market will bear... More
Im guessing its seasonal rates. The beach is all along the coast of California from San Diego to San Francisco are extremely popular spots and the hotels near the beaches are going to triple in price if the market will bear it. I stayed around Christmas time and it was only $80 a night I believe. It also seem to be the cheapest hotel in the area and I think there was a new owner so he probably raised his prices to match other comparable places in the area.