Oceana Santa Monica Joins Hilton’s LXR Hotels & Resorts

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Oceana Santa Monica is the newest member of Hilton’s LXR Hotels & Resorts, which is Hilton’s collection of independent, luxury properties.

This news comes after Monarch Beach Resort Rebrands as Waldorf Astoria, as Hilton continues to grow its luxury properties in Southern California.

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Per Hilton,

LXR Hotels & Resorts, Hilton’s collection of independent, luxury properties, today announced its U.S. debut with the addition of the recently redesigned Oceana hotel, an intimate 70-room coastal oasis situated along the coveted beach district of Santa Monica. The property is owned and operated by JRK Property Holdings, Inc.

A secluded Santa Monica haven for world travelers, celebrities and innovators, Oceana offers an unrivaled plot twist on oceanside glamour, relaxed 5-star luxury and exclusive hotel guest access. Following a nearly $30 million transformation of the former Oceana Beach Club Hotel, the stunning beachside home-away-from-home delivers a rare private residential experience in Santa Monica’s most coveted neighborhood north of Wilshire Boulevard.

Oceana features an incomparable sense of arrival with the feeling of entering a private residential home; 70 striking guest suites with ocean views and custom high-end furnishings; a private indoor-outdoor restaurant and bar curated by a famed Santa Monica restaurateur Raphael Lunetta; a lush outdoor courtyard lounge with swimming pool and stylish social gathering space; a state-of-the-art fitness studio and spa treatment room; and space for intimate events. 

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Oceana Santa Monica will be part of Hilton Honors, allowing members to earn and redeem points, as well as receive elite benefits during their stay.

After doing a few searches, it looks like free nights at Oceana Santa Monica start at 95,000 Hilton Honors points per night.

It’s exciting to see Hilton continue to grow its luxury portfolio, as this will be a nice addition to the Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills, Hliton’s other luxury resort located in Los Angeles.

What are your thoughts on the Oceana Santa Monica joining Hilton’s Hilton’s LXR Hotels & Resorts? Feel free to share in the comments below. 

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