If you come here, you will find a hidden treasure.
— Paulo Coelho

The Beach Lodge is located in Hollywood Beach, a mile-long strip of white sand nestled between Malibu and Santa Barbara, California. In the 1920s, the desert-like landscape attracted motion picture studios like Paramount Pictures, taking on the role of the Sahara Desert, to star alongside Rudolph Valentino and Douglas Fairbanks in movies such as “The Sheik” and “Bound in Morocco.” Legendary stars like Charlie Chaplin and Greta Garbo were known to vacation in our pocket of paradise, while Clark Gable and Rudolph Valentino even bought homes right on the sand. Other Angelenos followed suit, and the area soon became known as Hollywood By the Sea. 

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