Shopping in Marina del Rey
Spend the Day in Sweet Shopping Bliss
Southern California is infamous for its divine shopping. And staying at Inn at Marina del Rey is no exception to the fabulousness that comes from being a hotel near the action.
Discover some of the best shopping in Marina del Rey and surrounding areas:
Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica
Downtown on Third Street between Wilshire Blvd. and Broadway
An alternative to Marina del Rey shopping, the Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica is a charming outdoor area that offers more than 200 shops with everything from books and electronics to clothing, jewelry and shoes, as well as housewares and home furnishings. Among the popular brand names are Abercrombie & Fitch, Adidas, Banana Republic, The Gap, J. Crew and Zara. For home, familiar names include Pottery Barn, Restoration Hardware, Sur La Table and Z Gallerie. You’ll also find independent stores, unique boutiques and vintage stores.
Abbott Kinney Blvd.
A unique local experience with small café, boutiques and galleries.
Westfield Culver City
600 Sepulveda Boulevard
Culver City, CA 90230
Experience the new Westfield Culver City Shopping mall with over 130 stores, including Best Buy, Target, JCPenny, Hollister, Coach, Old Navy and BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse.
Between Wilshire and Santa Monica Boulevards in Beverly Hills
The epicenter of luxury fashion, Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, California is a famed shopping street known throughout the world. Rodeo Drive stores span three city blocks where visitors can enjoy more than 100 world-renowned boutiques. From Chanel to Coach to David Yurman and Dolce & Gabbana, Rodeo Drive offers endless luxury shopping options.
Santa Monica Place Mall
395 Santa Monica Place
Santa Monica, CA 90401
Santa Monica Place is a modern shopping and dining destination located in the heart of Santa Monica. The contemporary mix of stores, restaurants and artisanal markets offers visitors a one-of-a-kind shopping experience. From Nike to Nordstrom to GNC and G-Star, shoppers will enjoy an endless array of stores.