Having taken over the space formerly used by the Malibu Riviera, The Native Hotel is setting the scenic standard as the city’s newest resort. Originally built in 1947, Native has kept the mid-century feeling throughout the building by holding on to its structural wooden beams and using handcrafted furniture, accented by its concrete floors.
The minimalist rooms also use artwork made exclusively for the hotel, while all 13 also boast a private patio offering residents views of the nearby Zuma Beach and Point Dume. You can book the Native Hotel now via its web site.
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