Native

Pacific Coast Highway
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  • Native Hotel Malibu
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Once the infamous Malibu Riviera Motel (Bob Dylan wrote his 1975 Blood on the Tracks album here), Native on the Pacific Coast Highway has been totally revamped with a timeless Southern California Bungalow style. There are 13 curated king-size rooms (no air conditioning, no TV) and the "Coffee & Waffles", a retro-fitted Airstream trailer housing concept by French chef Ludo Lefebvre; the man behind Los Angeles hotspots Petit Trois, Trois Mec, and Trois Familia.

✅Free Wi-Fi
• 13 rooms
• Hotel opened: 2017 (originally opened 1949)
• Interiors: Folklor

✅Free parking available on-site

• Zuma Beach: 1.7 km / 1 mile
• Pepperdine University: 9.1 km / 5.7 miles
• Los Angeles International Airport: 38 km / 23.6 miles
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  • indie
  • pet friendly

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