Hotels in Santa Monica with spacious rooms

Old Mar 4th, 2009, 07:39 AM
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Hotels in Santa Monica with spacious rooms

My husband and I will be travelling to Santa Monica in a few weeks with our two kids, ages fiteen and six. Which hotel would be the better choice for standard rooms, Loews, Le Merigot or Casa del Mar? Price is not as important as comfort and space. I hear that the rooms at Shutters are very small.
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Old Mar 4th, 2009, 09:56 AM
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We love The Huntley Hotel in Santa Monica...wonderful rooms and love the Penthouse for drinks and dinner..

www.thehuntleyhotel.com
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I'd go with the Huntley as well. The restaurant is very trendy.
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We found the Viceroy good for room size, location and amenities.
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hey andrew8..
you have great taste..the restaurant is trendy but quite good..can't beat the view either.
I have heard good things about the Viceroy but have not been.
Please report back cookiesand milk!
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