PLEASE NOTE WE ARE PRIVATELY OWNED AND OPERATED: WE ARE NOT A THIRD PARTY MANAGEMENT COMPANY WITH ADDITIONAL FEES. *Avalon*Oceanview* Split-level* Penthouse* *Pool and Jacuzzi*. Just above the Rooftops of Santa Catalina's Quaint Little City of Avalon is 'nestled' this Tri-Level Penthouse Suite just steps (about a half-city block) from the Boardwalk and Sandy beaches. Upon your return from a fun-filled day a Refreshing Swim awaits you, as we are pleased to offer one of the few Pools and Spas on Catalina... Back up at the Suite .. Breathtakinig Harbor, City, and Hillside Views from All rooms and Balconies keep reminding one of Santa Catalina's beauty and the state-of-mind revealed in the 'Island' lifestyle.
Yes, this is a vacation, and the 'Island' awaits one with activities such as horseback riding, golfing, tennis, scuba diving, fishing, hiking, para-sailing, miniature golfing, glass-bottom boat rides, dinner cruises, shopping, fine restaurants, and so much more.
The Chicago Cubs used to have 'Spring Training' in Avalon back in the 50's and 60's; and one can learn and read much of this treasured history by visiting the Casino museum, and the Country Club Restaurant adjacent to the golf course, which features numerous photographs of prior year 'boys of summer'.
Read also of the storied Movie Stars who graced the Catalina landscape in the early days of film making, while filming numerous movies. And other dignitaries...
And finally, make some beautiful history of your own in the little island paradise here on Santa Catalina Island just a short 1-hour boat cruise from the coast of California's Long Beach, San Pedro, and Dana Point. It's your call. Thank you.
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Growing up in Southern California and Sailing to Catalina as a child on numerous occasions attracted us to Catalina in the early days, and our memories have brought us back. Many times our fathers would sail over, and we kids would come across the channel on the old 'Steamship'. I will never forget the local kids (some younger) swimming out to meet the Steamer and then diving deep for coins/money tossed from the upper decks from the visiting passengers. Those days are past, but a new adventure is always just a step or thought away in this island paradise.