Surrounded by vibrant city and ocean vistas, Huntley Santa Monica Beach hotel is an icon. With a calm residential vibe, the luxury hotel in Santa Monica sits by the beach and blends breezy Southern California surroundings with modern décor and playful style. The Huntley Hotel offers easy access to Santa Monica's acclaimed beaches, The Santa Monica Pier, and the Third Street Promenade.
The Huntley Hotel’s 204 luxurious guest rooms, along with 12 suites and a Presidential suite, overlook the ocean in one of the nation's most beautiful cities. On the 18th floor, famed designer Thomas Schoos has teamed up with executive chef Alex Manos to create a dramatic rooftop dining experience at The Penthouse restaurant and lounge. Panoramic ocean views, beach cabanas, open skies, and signature craft cocktails along with California contemporary cuisine create a one-of-a-kind dining experience. A convenient and refined beach hotel in Santa Monica, The Huntley Hotel boasts stunning event space, perfect for hosting everything from intimate board meetings to coastal weddings. Enjoy your stay with us at The Huntley Santa Monica Beach - your home away from home.
From the moment you arrive at Huntley Santa Monica Beach hotel, you are immersed in a luxury seaside experience that perfectly reflects California’s relaxed yet refined glamour. Located in a residential pocket just two blocks from the beach and a short drive from Malibu, the Santa Monica beach hotel features 204 sophisticated rooms and 16 spacious suites designed by the innovative Thomas Schoos. Coveted amenities include rooftop dining at The Penthouse, 24-hour concierge service, and a modern fitness center. Also, a preferred meeting and intimate wedding destination with venues overlooking the brilliant oceanfront.
Accommodations - Designed under the creative vision of Thomas Schoos, the luxury rooms and suites feature chic furnishings and amenities like 60” HDTVs, pillow-top beds, Bvlgari bath products, and complimentary WiFi. One of the finest Santa Monica family hotels, the Huntley offers room options to accommodate larger groups. Read more about accommodations at The Huntley Hotel, the premier choice in Santa Monica luxury hotels. Huntley Santa Monica Beach is home to 204 sophisticated hotel rooms and 16 spacious suites. The luxury Santa Monica accommodations boast the Pacific Ocean's stunning views, the Los Angeles cityscape, and the Malibu Mountains. The Huntley's accommodations are sure to make for a memorable vacation, from the stunning Santa Monica hotel rooms with views of the ocean to the chic and spacious suites. The Huntley Hotel's luxury rooms and suites, designed by Thomas Schoos, feature calming earth tones and contemporary furnishings made from natural materials like sandblasted oak furniture. Signature amenities include spa-style bathrooms with soaking tubs, glass showers with Italian stone, Bvlgari bath products, and 60" HDTVs. Order in delicious food with 24-hour in-room dining or head north to The Penthouse Restaurant for a spectacular feast with incredible views.
Dining at the Penthouse - Boasting 360-degree views of the Pacific Ocean, Malibu mountains, Los Angeles cityscape, and even the iconic Hollywood Sign, The Penthouse is The Huntley Hotel's rooftop fine dining destination serving California contemporary cuisine. Read more about The Penthouse offerings. Elevate your senses at The Penthouse Restaurant. Designed by Thomas Schoos, the Santa Monica restaurant offers guests a dramatic 18th-floor rooftop dining experience, complete with panoramic ocean views, beach cabanas, and open sky enclaves. Sip signature craft cocktails or indulge in contemporary California cuisine. The Penthouse provides a truly one-of-a-kind dining experience and is among the best places to eat in Santa Monica.
Location - The hotel near Santa Monica Beach conveniently places guests just two blocks from the sand and one block from the shops and dining of legendary Third Street Promenade. Iconic Los Angeles attractions are also a short drive away, including the infamous beaches of Malibu, the Getty Museum, and Beverly Hills and Hollywood's star-struck avenues.