Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel completes redesign

The newly redesigned Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel revealed a new beach-level Beachcomber Fire Pit Rooms and Suites. Offering access to the Beach and the Santa Monica pier from the hotel's first level, each of the four new rooms and suites offer bespoke outdoor living space with a private terrace and personal fire pit.

Reflecting its seaside surroundings, each Beachcomber Fire Pit Room has 375 square feet of interior space, arranged with a platform king-size bed, contemporary furnishings, wood tiled floors and a glass-enclosed rain shower that lets natural light shine through.

The Beachcomber Fire Pit Suites, meanwhile, also offer all of these amenities in over 600 square feet of bright interiors, including a separate living space with wet bar. All Beachcomber Fire Pit Rooms and Suites include a 275-square-foot private terrace outfitted with a personal fire pit and luxurt furnishings.

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A top-to-bottom makeover of the hotel introduced marble floors, a reconceived lobby and a transformed oceanfront pool deck with oversized loungers. Additional hotel features include 347 guestrooms and suites, two restaurants and lounges, a spa and wellness center.

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