Pacific Coast Highway
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.
• 13 rooms
• Hotel opened: 2017 (originally opened 1949)
• Interior Design: 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
- pet friendly
- retro & vintage
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