This hotel is in a beautiful historic Spanish building, relatively close to the center of Laguna Beach. Each room is unique -- the room I stayed in was a gallery of art. The featured artists vary over time. There were 11 large scale paintings -- it was quite striking! The room was also very cool in that it had a sitting area separated from the sleeping area, and even had a little office area. The restaurant and bar of this hotel are also quite popular, and the food was delicious. There is no pool, and the hotel shows some signs of wear (old carpet, rickety elevator), but it is definitely a more interesting experience than a Marriott.
Nice ocean view (not beach view as there are homes between the hotel and the beach. Closes steps to the beach (street on the south end of the hotel) end about 4 feet from the beach. Be prepared to jump and find elsewhere to get back up. Take the ramp by the hotel north of this place.
Great staff, nice renovated rooms, comfortable beds. The free use of beach chairs to take down to the hidden cove we would not have known about until the staff told us to check it out made our whole day. Starting the morning off with a coffee on a lounge chair with toes in the sand, followed by a dip was amazing. Great way to start our day. We will definitely be back to this hotel.
Gorgeous! The spa is nice, but not worth the high prices. My reflexologist was yawning during the 90 minute service. I think when being escorted from waiting room to room they should refrain from loud talking outside rooms of customers getting services. Very distracting. Spa pool area is lovely.
Situated on a coastal bluff in the picturesque arts community of Laguna Beach. Montage Laguna Beach offers a unique mix the …More
Reality TV portrays Laguna Beach as the land of the young and spoiled. But beneath this veneer is a city rooted in the arts. The Laguna Playhouse is one of the oldest theaters in the West Coast. The city also hosts the annual Festival of the Arts/Pageant of the Masters and the Sawdust Art Festival. West of Laguna Beach, Crystal Cove State Park’s unspoiled beach attracts snorkelers and divers.