Shore Hotel, the AAA Four Diamond beachfront property in Santa Monica, has created the ultimate way for guests to enjoy the 29th annual Twilight Concerts series at the Santa Monica Pier. The Twilight Concerts series bring a variety of contemporary and classic musical guests every Thursday for complimentary concerts with Southern California’s most amazing views.
Launching on July 11, Shore Hotel’s Shore Rocks the Pier package provides guests with an enhanced concert series experience with luxurious overnight accommodations, dinner at Santa Monica Pier’s landmark restaurant, The Lobster, and seasonal cocktails at Shore hotel’s lobby bar. To accompany a melodious evening under the stars, guests will be provided with a beach blanket.
The Shore Rocks the Pier package is available from July 11-September 6, 2013 with rates starting at $599 and includes:
– Overnight accommodations
– Dinner for two at The Lobster located on the Santa Monica Pier ($100 value)
– Cocktails at Shore Hotel’s lobby bar before the event
– Shore Rocks the Pier in-room amenity with beach blanket
– Shore Hotel overnight parking
“The Twilight Concerts series is one of Los Angeles’s favorite summer traditions. It is a great way for the community to culturally come together through a wonderful family-friendly event. Shore Hotel’s close proximity to the Santa Monica Pier allows our guests to enjoy the beautiful view, warm summer nights, and is an ideal location to watch sunsets in addition to attending the complimentary concerts,” says Steve Farzam, COO at Shore Hotel.
Guests must book the Shore Rocks the Pier package at least 48 hours in advance, and can do so by visiting www.shorehotel.com or calling 800.599.1515.
Opened in October 2011 in Santa Monica, just steps from the Santa Monica Pier, 3rd Street Promenade, and the city’s popular beaches and shopping districts, Shore Hotel is the newest addition to the coastline—a LEED Gold (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certified property that offers eco-friendly accommodations with stunning views of the Pacific Ocean.