Experience a slower pace of life in the laid-back beach town of Malibu. Drive along the Pacific Coast Highway and take in the views of the Santa Monica Mountains, relax along 27 miles of pristine white sand beaches and explore the unique shops and restaurants that dot the coastline. In Malibu, you’ll discover an escape, a place to call home and a more mindful way of living.
The Malibu Pier – Since it was built in 1905, the Malibu Pier has been an iconic landmark in the city. Through the years its undergone many transformations, but today it’s home to the Malibu Farm café and restaurant—which are run by local celebrity chef, Helene Henderson.
The Surfrider Malibu – An icon of California surf culture, the hotel is located across the street from the Malibu Point beach and it’s legendary waves. It also offers outdoor board storage space and a balcony overlooking the ocean with every room.
Nobu – Since opening in 1999, Nobu’s world-class Japanese cuisine has helped establish Malibu as a foodie destination. With a newly designed space, ocean views and an intimate dining area, the restaurant is also one of the most beautiful restaurants in the world.