Santa Monica ( Spanish for ' Saint Monica '; Spanish: Santa Mónica) is a city in Los Angeles County, situated along Santa Monica Bay on California 's South Coast. Santa Monica's 2020 U.S. Census population was 93,076. Santa Monica is a popular resort town, owing to its climate, beaches, and hospitality industry. 
Santa Monica connects everything you love about the classic Southern California beach town with a vibrant cityscape full of adventure, art and style. Los Angeles’ coolest neighbor is nestled alongside the Pacific Ocean, and is a seaside playground offering something for everyone. Shop, eat, and see street performers at the Third Street Promenade.
- Shutters On The Beach. Located directly on the beach, this Santa Monica, California resort features 2 oceanfront restaurants, an outdoor swimming pool and a spa.
- Huntley Santa Monica Beach. Located less than 5 minutes walk to 3rd Street Promenade and the Santa Monica State Beach path, this Santa Monica modern beach-side hotel features a restaurant, bar, and lounge.
- Shore Hotel. Just a 6-minute walk from Santa Monica Pier, this California hotel provides each room with a private balcony.
- SureStay Hotel by Best Western Santa Monica. Located off I-10, this hotel is just 3 miles from Montana Avenue, Third Street Promenade and Santa Monica Beach.
Santa Monica is a city in Los Angeles County, situated along Santa Monica Bay on California's South Coast. Santa Monica's 2020 U.S. Census population was 93,076. Santa Monica is a popular resort town, owing to its climate, beaches, and hospitality industry.
Perfect 5 ½ Hour LA & Hollywood Tour from Santa Monica; 5.5-Hour Exclusive Malibu Stars Homes & Beautiful Beach Tour; 3 ½-Hour Sea to the Stars Hollywood Hopper Tour; Small Group Electric EBike bicycle Tour Santa Monica and Venice; From Los Angeles: Private Vineyard & Coastal Wine Tasting Tour
Sep 8, 2023 · Santa Monica, city, Los Angeles county, southern California, U.S. Lying on Santa Monica Bay, it is surrounded by the city of Los Angeles. Santa Monica was laid out in 1875 by Senator John P. Jones and named for Las Lágrimas de Santa Monica (Spanish: “The Tears of St. Monica”), a local spring.
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