LAGUNA BEACH, CA — A historic hotel in the heart of Laguna Beach wants you to come and stay awhile, they say. Just celebrating its 92nd year, La Casa del Camino is one of Laguna Beach’s most historic buildings. It is by far among the most unique.
Once a popular retreat for Hollywood celebrities and film stars in the 1920s, this recently renovated beachside boutique hotel is unlike anything else in Southern California.
“La Casa del Camino is the perfect staycation destination for Southern California travelers who are itching to get out of their homes and spend some time beachside this year,” a spokesperson for the hotel tells Patch.
Located steps away from Cress St. Beach, La Casa del Camino offers a variety of accommodations, including 10 uniquely designed suites that reflect the surf culture of Laguna Beach, Spanish-style rooms with antique hand-carved furnishings, and the Casita Cottage– a private beach house featuring a private deck and full kitchen– providing options perfect for couples on a romantic getaway or families on vacation.
Upstairs at La Casa del Camino is The Rooftop Lounge, a local favorite restaurant with the best panoramic ocean views in Orange County and a mix of California coastal and homestyle Chinese cuisines. At the same time, downstairs, you’ll find Comedor: a new, upscale restaurant to come later this year, which will offer a Spanish tapas-style menu and innovative, presentational cocktails.
With the hotel’s location in the heart of Laguna Beach, guests can enjoy a variety of activities in the community that are within walking distance during their stay, such as hanging ten and learning how to surf, visiting the Laguna Art Museum, or exploring the town’s local galleries, boutiques, and vintage stores.
Have you stayed at La Casa del Camino or dined at the Rooftop Lounge? let us know!