Dreaming of the ultimate California beach vacation that gives back to the local community and the environment? Reserve your stay at Shutters on the Beach and Hotel Casa del Mar on Kind Traveler to make your dreams a reality.
Beginning March 2023, Shutters and Casa are participating in the first-ever statewide regenerative travel program with @Visit California, @SeeSantaMonica and @KindTraveler. By staying at either hotel, you will immediately be making a positive impact on the ocean as well as the local community.
Kind Traveler is a veteran-and-women-owned public benefit corporation that contributes 100% of its donations to charities that benefit communities, the environment, and animal welfare. Guests who use Kind Traveler’s Give + Get hotel booking website and donate as little as $10, will be entitled to receive exclusive discounts and exciting perks. 100% of each Kind Traveler’s donation will assist @SantaMonicaCARES in providing equipment and funding for clean beaches, rivers, and watersheds.
In addition, Shutters on the Beach and Hotel Casa del Mar have also joined actor Jason Momoa’s WAVE OF CHANGE to ‘unplastic’ the planet and eliminate single-use plastic bottles. Guests of both hotels are offered water in sustainable Mananalu aluminum bottles during nightly turndown or when heading out for the day. To date, Mananalu and its partners have eliminated over 111,000 lbs. of plastic waste from the ocean and landfills.
The city of Santa Monica has long championed sustainability and was the first city in the United States to achieve LEED Platinum certification. Boasting 3.5 miles of sun-kissed beach and year-round warm weather, Santa Monica is the perfect headquarters for exploring Southern California. Visitors enjoy 19 miles of green biking lanes, 150 public car charging stations and a 22-mile South Bay Bicycle Trail, the world’s longest oceanfront bike path.
Shutters on the Beach and Hotel Casa del Mar are the only hotels located directly on Santa Monica Beach, making them the ideal choice for eco-conscious luxury travelers to Southern California.