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Native Hotel positions itself as a mid-century modern Boutique. More accurate is one step above camping out in a tent. At $300 a night this place is a joke. Despite its ideal location, do not stay here!
The walls are paper-thin and the place does...More
Stayed at this lovely little hotel the last week in March '18. The group that recently renovated this little piece of Malibu history, really put some thought into it. From the beautiful robes made of ethnic, vintage fabrics, to the little bit of incense in...More
A bit of background if it helps the weight of my words; I have traveled the world with a hotel critic and visited some of the most breathtaking hotels on this planet. Do not expect everywhere you go to fit a mold. The Native Hotel...More
Pics looked awesome - as did the room itself - cool, hip, funky decor. However - no A/C, no coffee maker, no TV, no fridge, no closet, one drawer, no iron, one teeny waste bin in bathroom... We had late arrival and kind staffer on...More
My wife and I spent our “staycation” anniversary here on a cold February night and found the Native Hotel charming, quirky in the right ways, amazingly clean and thoughtfully designed. The staff were on the quirky side as well, but sweet and super helpful. In...More
The Malibu coastline is like a chameleon. In some areas it resembles the French Riviera with its lush, green hillsides descending into crescent-shaped shorelines. In others, it feels 100% Southern Californian with beaches wide and flat as a football field, and often crowded with beach-goers lounging on towels and playing volleyball. Other coastlines still feel secluded, tucked under tall cliffs and dotted
with stunning rock formations. In certain areas, where the ocean waves are just right, surfers can be seen bobbing in the water. Up in the mountains to the east hikers take in truly stunning views of the ocean and the sprawling Los Angeles landscape. And along Pacific Coast Highway, restaurants are filled with visitors and locals from all walks of life. Stumble into the right place at the right time, and you’ll likely encounter a celebrity.