1289 South Coast Hwy., Laguna Beach, CA 92651




The place to be in Laguna Beach! Both for the stars of yesteryear and the stars of today...

Billabong Mens' SuiteEver thought it’d be cool to sleep in a gallery surrounded by world class art? How about having a skateboard mini bar in your room or faux grass, vintage lawn chairs and a fondue set for a picnic in your suite? What about falling asleep to projected mixed media images of waves, water and surfing on the draperies after a day at the beach? Surf’s up in Laguna Beach at the La Casa del Camino Hotel and we’re not just talking about the waves out front. The historic boutique hotel in the heart of Laguna has become part of the Riviera Magazine Design series to create the Casa Surf Project. Action sports icons like Billabong Men’s and Billabong Women’s, Rip Curl, etnies, Roxy, Quiksilver, L* Space, Lost International along with Riviera Magazine and Glaceau have teamed with Southern California’s finest designers to create the Casa Surf Suites with a portion of the proceeds from each room donated to key charities for the first year.

La Casa del Camino LobbyThe classic Laguna Beach experience! Built in 1927 as a seaside retreat for Hollywood movie stars, this elegant Mediterranean style landmark hotel combines exquisite "old-world" charm with modern amenities. Just steps from the beach, shops, and galleries, you'll enjoy spellbinding ocean/coastal views, the lush rooftop garden, free parking, complimentary fitness center, four-star dining, and much more! Our Rooftop Terrace features 360 degree views of the Pacific and coastal hillsides of Laguna - by far the most beautiful view in Laguna - be sure to catch a spectacular sunset over a bottle of wine! Additional highlights include the Ocean View Terrace where you can watch the waves and surf the web on a Wireless Internet Connection, a courtyard reminiscent of a European Cafe - a great place to enjoy breakfast. The Grand Lobby is comfortably appointed, complete with a roaring fireplace, and softly filtered Jazz and classical masterpieces. Nestled in the lobby is one of the finest dining experiences in Southern California--K'ya Bistro & Bar, a Napa Style Bistro, featuring Multicultural Cuisine with an emphasis on French, Mediterranean and Pacific Rim - all for a surprisingly affordable price!

The Rooftop at La Casa del CaminoThe Hotel has two great meeting locations for groups up to 25 persons. The intimate Wine Room (Cress Room - pictured at right) which opens into the European Courtyard is perfect for a board meeting or cocktail party and the Catalina Room located on the roof terrace (ocean view terrace pictured at right) has the best Ocean View in Laguna Beach - great for Christmas Parties, Product Launches, or Corporate Events up to 135 people. In addition, La Casa del Camino has Complimentary High Speed Internet connections in all Guest Rooms and Meeting Rooms!

Casa Surf Suites

Billabong Men's Suite

Billabong Men's Suite Billabong teamed with designer Rona Graf of Grace Blu Designs to create a rustic space, using natural raw materials like stone, reclaimed wood, concrete, and glass, while also producing a groovy contemporary feel with a crisp clean edge. A wash of subtle soothing colors like pumice blue, taupe, and gray set the chill vibe, while energetic pops of burnt orange pay homage to the color of a fiery sunset. Above the bed, a three-dimensional art piece tells the history of the company with images of surfers, palm trees, and the Billabong logo cut into reclaimed wood. A striking surfboard with a hand-painted sun, setting over the ocean, enlivens the wall. After enjoying the ocean views, guests can darken the room with spiced-colored silk drapes, and fall asleep to a show of projected mixed media of light, water and waves images. Glass amber pendants, glowing like sea creatures, hang by the bed whose light plays across the concrete plaster walls and creates a sense of moving water.

Billabong Women's Suite

Billabong Women's Suite This playful, highly creative suite will appeal to anyone who loves the surf-culture vibe and appreciates artistic ingenuity. Designers Michael Soriano and Lindsay Orne have created a casual, comfortable, far out room that reflects the free-spirited Billabong vibe. The beach theme prevails organically and originally—the room creates both a sense of being above and below the water throughout. A dreamy underwater art piece with ethereal swimming legs above the headboard mesmerizes, a sand color carpet says beach, while old rough-edged wood recalls a pier. All the decorative wood on the walls and ceiling is reclaimed from 80-year-old original beams in the hotel itself. Clever playful interactive elements include the Flor “grass” floor and vintage folding chairs hanging on the wall meant for an impromptu picnic. Lying back on the floor you’ll notice the seaweed installation hanging from the ceiling: a metal net with amazing green polycarbonate seaweed spilling out. Soriano and Orne also worked carefully to enhance the guests’ vistas and visions with mirrors positioned next to windows for expansive views of sea and sky.

etnies Suite

etnies Suite Designer Eve Lowey, ASID, inspired by former champion skater Pierre Andre Senizergues, the owner of etnies, pays homage to skate culture in this colorful creative room. Four super-cool etnies boards hang on the wall as a skateboard mini-bar, a playful patchwork mosaic of shoe material scraps serves as an artistic headboard, and hand-painted skate wheels decorate the mirror. Black skate tracks arc across the ceiling leading to the bathroom where you find the world’s coolest sink—a kidney-shaped skate pool with a pair of mini decks for finger boarding. Eco-friendly elements add a natural grit to the ambiance: sunflower stalk custom-designed shelves, energy efficient LED lighting, and a dual flush water conservation system reflect etnies’ commitment to the environment.

Glacéau Suite

Glaceau SuiteEntering the Glacéau suite, whose magical blues and whites represent the sky and sea, one immediately feels a sense of Southern California: fresh ocean breezes, sun-kissed shorelines, and refreshing water. Designer/Principals of PD&A, Karen A. Struck and Michael J. Russell, have created a beachside setting with myriad ocean motifs through their use of textures, lighting, and color. The striking tiled wall behind the bed, covered in iridescent circles that reflect the light and send a kaleidoscope of color throughout the room, evokes the beauty of abalone shells. A five-foot wavy edge-lit glass panel is set into the wing-wall next to the bed creating an amazing flow of blue light and a sense of moving water. A glass bubble chandelier looks like floating jellyfish above. Straw baskets stuffed with fluffy towels and a photograph of the perfect wave remind guests of what’s right outside. All the chosen materials in the suite have sustainable and “green” elements in mind. The gorgeous blue bedding and drapery fabric are made from recycled plastic bottles--appropriate for a suite by Glacéau.


Lost Suite

Lost Suite A stunning Moroccan theme permeates the Lost suite by designer Christine Hallen-Berg who felt inspired by the historic hotel’s Spanish architecture. Clean white walls, intricately-carved built-in furniture, black and white tile and hanging colored-glass lanterns create a wondrous ambiance by the sea. Hallen-Berg’s color scheme came from the pillows she made from Lost board shorts, so the suite favors black, white, and green throughout. The streamlined space lets the architecture of the room stand out and the movement of the curvy moldings creates a sense of flow. The pristine white is nicely contrasted by splashes of green and black. Hand-painted tiles throughout the space sport the Lost “black planet” logo. This is a stylish intimate place to lounge, relax, and sleep post playing at the beach.

L*Space Suite

L*Space Suite This bright airy suite is a study in white, good taste, and comfortable luxury. Designer Charm Logan honors L*Space, innovators in swim wear design, with a crisp fresh look that’s sexy and classy all in one. Inspired by the beach hotel’s Mediterranean architecture, Logan plays with a Grecian theme: white plaster walls and silver and gold accents reflect L*Space’s stylish bathing suits. Stunning pendant lights frame the bed-a waterfall of silver and gold rings, shimmering like dangling earrings. A white faux-leather tufted full-height headboard bears silver nail heads around its edges, while a faux-leather white chair sports the L*Space name in silver. The unique metallic basket weave rubber floor is totally appropriate for the beach location. The silver mirrors on the built-in closets reflect the shimmering ambiance as well. The white cocoon room is the embodiment of that delicious feeling associated with crisp sheets and freshly laundered towels; it acts as a pure perfect haven after a day at the beach.

Quiksilver Suite

Quicksilver Suite This inviting suite with its simple palette and sophisticated style pays homage to the architecture of the beachside hotel. Angela O'Donnell takes an elegant yet comfortable approach to the Quiksilver presence, focusing on the vibe, essence, and texture of the room. Bleached-out engineered oak covers the floors, while antique reclaimed wood enhances the ceiling. The room’s color scheme-brown, cream, and gray-plays nicely off the natural wood. A stunning faux-brown leather headboard anchors the room with antique French bronze tacking displaying the Quiksilver logo above each pillow. The headboard is recessed into a frame also derived from reclaimed barn wood. Low subtle lighting lends a sexiness to the room and creates a sense of sanctuary. O'Donnell custom designed the double pendant light fixtures made from hand-forged iron and glass suspended above each nightstand. The bathroom speaks of luxury with eggshell dry-press tile, Rohl polished chrome fittings, a monolithic cream concrete sink atop a custom-fabricated iron base, and simple iron sconces flanking the hand-forged lightly-antiqued mirror. The space reflects the kicked-back yet savvy evolution of Quiksilver style.


Rip Curl Suite

Rip Curl Suite This vibrant suite celebrates the sea with its giant underwater photomural, hanging Rip Curl surfboards, and blue and green seaweed-swirled carpet, which mimics the texture of the ocean floor. The striking colorful pillows, shower curtain, and chair cover are made from Rip Curl board-short fabric while the blue and white countertops mix recycled architectural glass with luminous Skyy Vodka blue bottle pieces as a “green” element. The gorgeous blue LED light panels framing the bed, the stunning ocean mural and its reflection in the mirrors, along with the Pacific views out the windows immerse guests in an azure bubble, while evoking a sense of calmly floating in the sea. Debbie Nassetta of Roomscapes designed this breezy ocean idyll.

Riviera Suite

Riviera SuiteThis suite, designed as a "cultural home away from home" promises a one-of-a-kind experience where guests are invited to live and sleep in a world-class art space. Conceived as a "gallery with a bed" curator Peter Blake joined forces with architect Anders Lasater and Riviera Magazine to create a unique immersing space, where simplicity makes way for creativity. While the overall feel is minimalist with its white walls, neutral gray flooring, and Room and Board furniture, the room is about perfect architecture, mysterious lighting, subtle nuances, and letting the art speak for itself. Different pieces will be rotated into the room over time by guest curators, so the Riviera Room will constantly evolve and showcase new artists. Four separate defined spaces fulfill the needs of hotel guests—a place to sleep, eat, work, and bathe. And while these spaces do not overlap, a sense of flow weaves the rooms together with lighting and meticulous design creating a sense of spaciousness. The architecture may serve as a neutral backdrop for the exciting art, but there’s nothing ordinary about it. It’s a gorgeous airy thought-provoking space that proves that the vision of putting a bed in an art gallery is a successful endeavor.


Roxy Suite

Roxy Suite The fresh colorful face of the Roxy suite exudes the feel of summer, surfing, and celebration. Designer Barbara Bestor found inspiration from images of French fishing villages, like those near Biarritz where Roxy has their European base. Bright bold colors, blue-and-white striped walls, and fresh modern materials come together to make a light-filled and carefree environment, ideal for beach-goers visiting Laguna. Simple modern furniture in white and red, along with a group of custom artwork by up and coming artists, adds to the contemporary and playful atmosphere. The Roxy suite exudes a sense of bohemian modern with its clean-line sophistication, splash of French chic, and groovy beach-culture sensibility.


La Casita:
La Casita Living RoomLa Casita (sleeps 6) is a charming California Craftsman style, vintage Laguna Beach cottage offering Master Suite with living area, sitting room with queen sofa sleeper, an ocean view bedroom, and ocean view artists' loft with balcony.

The house has a private deck and private parking. Live like a local in this charming addition to La Casa del Camino, offering all of the services of the hotel!

All rooms include the following amenities:

Complimentary High-Speed Internet
Complimentary Parking
Complimentary Business Center Services
Complimentary Beach Towels
Complimentary Beach Chairs
Complimentary Beach Umbrellas
Complimentary Beach Service


Rollaway Beds and Cribs available upon request.
No Additional Charge for extra persons.
Pet Friendly Accommodations available
La Casa del Camino


1289 South Coast Hwy., Laguna Beach, CA 92651