• Native Hotel

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    Originally built in 1947, the recently remodeled Native Hotel (formerly known as the Malibu Riviera) has unveiled a modern new look inspired by old paradise charm. Thirteen individually curated king-size rooms make up this mid-century modernist retreat. Surrounded by acres of lush greenery and perched on the Pacific Coast Highway, guests are just steps from some of the most idyllic beaches in the world including Zuma Beach and Point Dume.

    Rooms offer a subtle and timeless design allowing guests to unwind and relax. Feel the ocean breeze as dutch doors overlooking a private patio gently sway. From individual artwork made just for the hotel, the in-lobby retail experience to the handmade woodwork throughout, every detail is considered.

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