Where To Stay
- Holiday Inn AirportLong Beach, California has beautiful weather and plenty to do for fun. The Holiday Inn Airport located in Long Beach allows you to stay close to the Airport but stay near the beach and other attractions also. This hotel is a popular choice in the area, so book your room today!
- Holiday Inn Long Beach DowntownThis Holiday Inn Long Beach Downtown is conveniently located in the bustling Long Beach area, near the International airport. Whether you're here for business or pleasure, you'll be satisfied with all that the Holiday Inn Long Beach has to offer. Book a room today and be ready for a comfortable stay!
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About Long Beach Airport
Long Beach Airport offers 41 commercial flights and 25 commuter flights. The airport has service to 12 destinations including Anchorage, Alaska; Austin; Boston; Las Vegas; New York; Oakland; Phoenix; Portland, Oregon; Sacramento; Salt Lake City; San Francisco; and Seattle. Located approximately 3 miles northeast of downtown Long Beach, LGB is smaller and has fewer flights than its its counterpart, Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). In 2012, the airport debuted its new passenger concourse, which includes restaurants, shops and a peaceful garden in the center.
Travelers making their way to Long Beach can opt to stay in the airport hotels near Long Beach Airport. Some of the better-known hotels are the Quality Inn Near Long Beach Airport and Extended Stay American Los Angeles Long Beach Airport. If you want to stay close to the airport but near the beach, Holiday Inn Long Beach Airport might be your best bet. With an outdoor pool, fitness center and on-site meeting space that accommodates over 400 people, this hotel is a great option. Another popular place to stay is Holiday Inn Long Beach Downtown, which offers a free shuttle service to within a 3-mile radius of the hotel and Long Beach Airport. In town for business? This place has free Wi-Fi and three small event rooms.
Welcome to Long Beach
Bask in the beautiful weather of Southern California in Long Beach. This coastal town, located in Los Angeles County roughly 24 miles south of Los Angeles, is a maritime center of the U.S. - the Port of Long Beach is the country's second-busiest container port and one of the world's largest shipping ports. Famous for its exquisite sunny days and easy-going lifestyle, the city is a haven for vacationers. Business travelers will be interested to know that Long Beach is home to some of the state's major corporations and aerospace companies, such as Boeing, Flight Safety, JetFlite, JetBlue, Port of Long Beach, Epson, Scan and many more.
To get around the city, you have several options. You can reserve a rental car, hop on the free Long Beach Transit Passport bus in downtown for a quick ride to all attractions, or take the Metro Blue Line. In the summer, enjoy the Long Beach Harbor via Long Beach Transit's AquaBus and/or AquaLink.
Things to Do in Long Beach
In this giant playground, everything seems to revolve around its seaside breezes, fun beaches and sunny days. First things first, check out the beaches. Alamitos Beach is the closest waterfront to downtown, and you can walk, bike or pedal kart there from Shoreline Village and Rainbow Harbor. Junipero Beach has a bluff and free daily outdoor yoga classes in the park. Other crowd favorites include Belmont Shore Beach, Granada Beach and Peninsula Bayside.
Beyond the shores, explore Naples Island, built on three islands in Alamitos Bay, where you'll find pretty streets, boutique shops and canals. Families love the deep sea adventure at the Aquarium of the Pacific, packed with 11,000 animal exhibits, a 4-D film experience and lots of opportunities for up-close encounters with marine life. If you want to get your bearings in the neighborhood, you can even opt for the aquarium's Harbor Tours.
More than 1.5 million visitors per year check out the historic Queen Mary, a retired ocean liner that once sailed the North Atlantic Ocean during World War II. The ship, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, now serves as a tourist attraction, featuring restaurants and a museum. Looking for some scandalous fun? The Dinner Detective Mystery Dinner Show & Cruise is the largest murder mystery dinner show production in the U.S.