About Hotel Maya A DoubleTree by Hilton
On the waterfront and featuring impressive views of the Long Beach skyline, the Hotel Hotel Maya A DoubleTree by Hilton combines comfort and style. The hotel is also within reach of the Aquarium of the Pacific, the Catalina Express, and the Queen Mary.
Lodgings come standard with a work desk, complimentary Wi-Fi, pet friendly rooms (deposit required), LCD flat screen cable television, balconies (certain rooms), alarm clock radio, and climate control.
Hotel guests will enjoy baggage storage, elevators, concierge desk, business services (fax, printer, video conferencing, etc.), gift shop, multilingual staff, room service, safe-deposit box, free Wi-Fi, bike rental, fitness center, beach area, paddle board and kayak rental, and outdoor pool.
Guests can dine or have drinks at Fuego Restaurant, or grab a snack or a drink at the pool dining room and lounge.
The Hotel Hotel Maya A DoubleTree by Hilton is a ten minute walk from shopping at the Pike at Rainbow Harbor, 15 minutes from the Scorpion Submarine, and a five minute drive from the Long Beach Convention Center.
Lovely Long Beach waterfront
Some rooms at the hotel offer amazing views of the Long Beach harbor, including the fascinating skyline. The hotel is also right along the water, perfect for sunset walks, water sports, or simply listening to the sounds of the ocean from your window.
Walking distance from great destinations
Situated near the center of Long Beach, the Hotel Maya is the ideal spot for trekking around this lively city. From your room, you're less than twenty minutes from downtown, The Dinner Detective Murder Mystery Dinner Show, and cool old ships to explore like the Queen Mary.
Perfect for a romantic getaway
Geared especially towards couples and younger travelers, the hotel is a fantastic spot for a starry-eyed weekend of moonlit ocean, paddling around the pool, or dining in the restaurant while gazing longingly into each other's eyes.
Pay to park
While the hotel does offer on-site parking, unfortunately, it will cost you. Guests have reported that the parking lot, though convenient, can add up if you're staying more than a day or two. But for secure parking in the downtown area, it's likely your best bet.
A bit noisy
Between the lightly insulated windows and walls, occasional racket from a late night wedding or guests in the hallway, and the clatter of older AC units, some guests found that the hotel could be a bit noisy. Headphones or earplugs are recommended for light sleepers.
Pick your room carefully
While the hotel offers its guests spectacular waterfront views of the Long Beach area and skyline, make sure you select your room carefully. Some rooms provide marvelous vistas, while others offer less impressive views of the street or the alley.