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Relax, snorkel and swim, or experience adventures such as diving in a mini submarine and zip-lining, all on Catalina Island, just 22 miles (35 kilometers) off the Coast of Los Angeles.
Step off the ferry and onto the streets of Avalon, the main city, and head straight to the beach or stroll through the art galleries and souvenir shops. Catalina was developed in the late 19th century and features quaint old hotels and a gorgeous art deco casino.
Dive or snorkel right off the pier or hop aboard a glass-bottom boat to gaze at local marine life. Organize a dive in a mini submarine to see octopuses, sharks and all kinds of fish, or for more action go parasailing or rent a Jet Ski.
Catalina Island can get crowded in the high season, so to explore further afield rent a golf cart, available at a few places near the pier.
If you’d like to go hiking and see some local wildlife, head inland for great views and the chance to spot island foxes, eagles or bison. Drop into the Nature Center at Avalon Canyon or the Santa Catalina Island Interpretive Center to learn more about the island’s wildlife and geography.
Fly high above the forest canopy on the Cataline Zip Line, one of the island’s most exciting attractions, and enjoy sweeping views of the coastline.
Back in Avalon, brush up on your local history at the Catalina Island Museum, check out the city’s video-game arcade, play mini golf, or tackle the rock climbing wall. For a great night out, head to the art deco Catalina Casino. Despite its name, this is not a gambling establishment. Instead, you’ll find an old-time theater and a ballroom that hosts plays, concerts and festivals.
The Catalina Island Ferry leaves from the mainland at Long Beach, San Pedro and Dana Point.
The room and bathroom were nicely done and comfortable though it was hard to tell how well cleaned. It looked made up and tidy but then we discovered missed trash under the desk and in the bathroom and the mini bar was full of the last occupants beer and cookies. Given covid, I had brought clorox ...
Very nice quiet, lovely little place. Not many amenities, but very reasonably prices. Super nice staff and all I needed for a quick getaway. I’ll be back.
Good location but not ocean or beach facing. Our room had an alley view. Staff was attentive and good. If you want beach or water view, this is not the hotel for you. The location is central to everything at easy walking distance.
Close to casino which is great for diving/snorkel and is a short walk from all the shops. Keyless entry and well stocked, some water damage in the ceiling of the bathroom but overall clean and roomy. only issue was no WiFi whatsoever in the room, so had a hard time looking things up. Staff was friendly ...
the location is fantastic almost on the beach the properties very well-maintained and the employees and staff are extremely well-trained and very professional and cannot do not for you. In particular highlight Juan and a Emmanual for going over and above all the time