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The Venice Beach House was one of the best places I have stayed in L.A.. - TravelPost
The breakfast was tasty and the ambiance was just perfect. It is my new home when visiting L.A. - Fodor's
The Venice Beach House is that wonderful, most unlikely kind of place rarely found in Southern California. - TravelPost
James Peasgood Suite
Super Deluxe Suite

the James Peasgood Suite – No one, not even City Father Abbot Kinney, left a more lasting impact upon Venice than James Peasgood. Mr. Peasgood, by all descriptions, a dull accountant, was elected and re-elected Venice City Treasurer during the city’s independent years from 1915 to 1922.

overnight
weekly
$325
$1,950
Venice Pier Suite
Super Deluxe Suite

the Venice Pier Suite – The first Venice pier was never opened. On March 12, 1905, as the City of Venice was about to announce its creation, a raging coastal storm wiped out the pier, pavilion and new six-hundred-seat auditorium, leaving timber and piling strewn for miles along the beach.

overnight
weekly
$325
$1,950
Cora's Corner Room
Deluxe Suite

the Cora’s Corner Room – Cora Wilson was the daughter of Warren Wilson, who built the beach retreat in 1911 and died suddenly in 1917. She married Roy Pruitt and together, they raised a family in this house.

overnight
weekly
$270
$1,620
Aimee Macpherson Suite
Deluxe Suite

the Aimee MacPherson Suite – Aimee Semple MacPherson, history’s most famous evangelist and faith healer, a woman who preached to the largest congregations in the world, relaxed at Venice Beach between tours.

overnight
weekly
$335
$2,010
Olympic Suite
Deluxe Suite

the Olympic Suite – We honor our ties to the Olympic games. The Venice freestyle swimmers and the Venice water polo team trained at our beach and swam to medals in the 1932 Olympic Games.

overnight
weekly
$270
$1,620
Tramp's Quarters
Traditional Guest Room

Tramp’s Quarters – A cozy romantic hideaway for one or two. The original “Little Tramp” on the Venice Boardwalk was of course, Charlie Chaplin. Charlie’s need for privacy was well known, yours need not be…

overnight
weekly
$190
$1,140
Abbot Kinney Room
Traditional Guest Room

the Abbot Kinney Room – Abbot Kinney created Venice, built its canals and piers, and brought the first hordes of visitors to Southern California beaches. It was the vision of Abbot Kinney that transformed a few miles of beach marshland at the turn of the century into the ragtime era’s playground of the west.

overnight
weekly
$190
$1,140
Warren Wilson Room
Traditional Guest Room

the Warren Wilson Room – Warren Wilson built The Venice Beach House in 1911 as the beach retreat for his eight children, their families, guests and friends. As the owner and editor of “The Los Angeles Daily Journal”, Wilson penned editorials, which consistently demanded the vote for women, decried racial prejudices and influenced improvement in the quality of California justice.

overnight
weekly
$190
$1,140
Speedway Room
Traditional Guest Room

the Speedway Room – Overlooking the Speedway, we are reminded of the first annual (and only) Venice Grand Prix, won by Barney Oldfield, who careened down Speedway in 1915 at the death defying speed of 90 miles per hour!

overnight
weekly
$190
$1,140