Tucked in a hillside along the Pacific Coast Highway, the former Malibu Riviera re-emerges as the Native Hotel. The structure was originally built in 1947 and retains its mid-century roots with wood beams, handcrafted furniture, and concrete floors. All of the thirteen rooms are minimally decorated and offer king-sized beds, artwork exclusive to the hotel, bathrooms with ceramic tiles and brass fixtures, and Dutch doors that lead to a private patio. The only thing not available is TVs, leaving your mind to focus solely on the surrounding landscape, including nearby Zuma Beach and Point Dume.
Photos: Dylan + Jeni / Native Hotel