Pacifica Hotels Surfs Into Manhattan Beach

Ahhh, Manhattan Beach…the charming sea-side city tucked just south of Marina del Rey along the Pacific coast. The quintessential Southern California beach town is a vibrant neighborhood filled with aquatic activities, restaurants, shops, and bars, making it an ideal locale for a Pacifica Hotels property. So, it is with great pleasure that we can let our loyal friends and guests know we are the proud owners of The Belamar Hotel in Manhattan Beach.

The 127-room Belamar Hotel provides guests with a coastal-meets-urban chic experience that is unpretentious, casual and upscale. The glamorous, retro design elements and amenities fit the flashy and fashionable looking for a relaxed stay.

The Belamar’s popular restaurant, Second Story Restaurant, is a destination in its own right. An inviting combination of contemporary American classics combined with fresh organic produce, a commitment to sustainability and a warm and inviting interior make this a local favorite.

The menu features playful twists on familiar favorites including a wide variety of delectable appetizers, salads and entrees. Highlights include a Chipotle Gruyere Burger, Sicilian Meatball Sliders, Filet Mignon Street Tacos, Poached Lobster Tail & Seared Ahi Salad. Complementing the food is a list of signature cocktails, as well as an extensive wine list. Breakfast is also served in the restaurant.

In addition to the restaurant, The Belamar features more than 7,000 square feet of indoor/outdoor flexible meeting space. A heated pool and hot tub, fitness center, and complimentary beach cruiser bicycles ensure guests live the Southern California lifestyle both on and off property. Guest rooms are loaded with convenient amenities including a productive workspace and complimentary wireless Internet.

If you’re ready to have a quintessential SoCal vacation, book a room at The Belamar. For more information or to book a room visit: http://www.thebelamar.com/

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