Live out your wildest California dreams at this Malibu-based Boutique Hotel.
The Surfrider Hotel is here to let us know Summer’s not over just yet, even if the leaves are bronzing, though, let’s face it, they’ve probably just been on the beds.
Originally built in 1953, the breathtaking hotel sits at the intersection of the Santa Monica mountains and the Pacific Ocean, becoming a treasured destination on the Malibu coastline with its spectacular views and idyllic locale. After changing hands in the mid-2010’s, architect and new-owner Matthew Goodwin redesigned the space to feel like a guest’s very own California Beach House, retaining those core values of escapism and wonder, just with a fresh face and soothingly natural oeuvre.
September 2020 marks the first time since it’s reopening in 2017 that the lavish beach-side jaunt doesn’t have a year-long waiting list. Though, with only twenty rooms available, you’ll want to make your pick fast!
What can you expect to find during your stay? Well, The Surfrider Malibu has a curated library with books, guitars, games, should you ever find yourself with a surplus of downtime, and also boasts an open-air roof deck bar and restaurant that’ll take care of all your culinary needs too.
Should you prefer the comfort of the great outdoors, rooms come with their own complimentary surfboards, stand up paddles boards, beach umbrellas, beach baskets and hybrid Mini Coopers, allowing you to explore your new breathtaking surroundings in style, without a care in the world.
Garnering a serious reputation for its light and airy sensibility and exceptional services for guests, the hotel’s original mission reflects exactly what the world needs now; privacy and space, an escape from pandemic woes. Whether you’re after picnic frolics or a toasty night under the stars, The Surfrider Malibu has all you could need, and then some.