Last June, developer and hotelier, Avi Brosh, opened the Paligroup’s 3rd property – Palihouse Santa Monica. Formerly the Embassy Hotel Apartments, the chateau inspired landmark was originally built in 1927 as a destination for guests to visit Santa Monica’s seaside coast.
Tucked away on a quiet corner of Santa Monica (just two blocks from the beach and a five minute walk to Third Street Promenade) is the ideal sunny California sanctuary. Each of the 37 guest rooms are oversized and give an apartment feel - some even come with full kitchens.
Palihouse Santa Monica has been designed to allow guests to authentically explore the Westside with style, sophistication and individuality. From the exterior, the property gives off the façade of old Hollywood – similar to Chateau Marmont, while the ornately-painted interior surfaces of Downtown’s Biltmore Hotel.
The building was deemed a Santa Monica Historic Landmark in 2001, and in this spirit the hotel has been retailored as a one-of-a-kind urban lodge. Revivals are successful when classics are given the right amount of contemporary spin that appeals to today’s audiences. Palihouse Santa Monica combines the perfect amount of classic charm with modern edge for the ideal beachside retreat.
For more information: http://www.palihousesantamonica.com/