Manhattan Beach Lodge
Built in 1929 using ‘Spanish Mission’ architecture, this building features the original white stucco exterior with extensive native cedar log trim. Throughout its history, the Lodge has been a regional destination for the famous and the infamous with ties to the gangster set of the 1930’s and Hollywood’s elite of later generations. The building was completely renovated in 1995. Travelers are invited to stop in for lunch or dinner and see the original stone fireplace in the main dining and sitting rooms.