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We want to give out a huge THANK YOU to the Malibu Motel on putting us up for the weekend during the Vans Joel Tudor Duct Tape Invitational. The Malibu Motel is about a 10 minute walk to the Malibu Pier and is located next to a Pizza restaurant, PC Greens (healthy grocery store, deli and bakery), and liquor store.
The Malibu Motel
22541 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, Ca, 90265
Tel: (310) 456 6169
Fax: (310) 456-5410
Very cool sign.
The view of the Malibu Motel standing on PCH looking north.
No Vacancy!!! Book well in advance as there are not many motels in Malibu therefore they fill up quick.
Come lay down pool side.
The ocean view from standing on our patio in room 304.
If you are looking for the coolest motel in one of the most beautiful places on earth then you must experience the M.
The M is within swimming distance of the pier, walking distance to Malibu’s excellent restaurants and shops, steps to the finest beaches and trails in the world.
Perhaps you prefer hanging out by our lovely pool over looking the ocean or relaxing on our sundeck looking for dolphins riding waves at the world famous Surfrider beach.
From LA Airport:
Distance 21.77 miles, about 30 mins.
Century blvd East
405 north 8 milles
10 west toward Santa Monica 4 miles
10 becomes the Pacific Coast Highway 1 North.
Once you see the ocean, travel approximately 10 miles.
The Malibu Motel is located on the right at 22541 Pacific Coast Highway. We are 1/2 mile South of Malibu Pier.
To Pepperdine University: 2.29 miles, time 3mins.
To Santa Monica: 11 miles, estimated time 15 mins.
To Santa Barbara: 76 miles, estimated time 1:15 mins.
You can park for free at The Malibu Motel during the length of your stay.
If you have time for one more surfing destination on your list we suggest you make it Bundoran, Ireland. The people, landscapes, waves, weather, castles, and yes the beer are all so great. We have just now uploaded are surfing stock images from Ireland in which have brought back so many good memories. We suggest you go in September as that is when we went just before it get’s really cold in October. We rented an RV as well as a home in Bundoran so we had a base camp, but also having the RV kept us being mobile and we could sleep in it. The RV’s are pretty small so it is a tight squeeze with more then around four people. It seemed to always be wet and nothing would ever dry out. The water wasn’t extremely cold. We suggest a 4/3 and bring a hood and booties, depending on how tough you are or not. As for any trip you go on have fun and be respectful to everyone in and out of the water!