Inn: “There’s a Small Hotel With a Wishing Well” (composed here).
February 16, 1928, Charlie Chaplin and his partner, "Fatty" Arbuckle, opened the Inn, considered the “cream of the coast” to the first guests: Norma Sheare, Janet Gaynor, Wallace Beery, Carole Lombard, Gilbert Roland, Marion Davies, Lon Chaney Jr. and so on - virtually, a “Who’s Who” of Hollywood.
53 completely refurbished rooms with hand-painted tile baths, some combined into suites. The original Honeymoon Suite, with upstairs bedroom and downstairs sitting room, has spectacular views of ocean and surrounding mountains. All balconies are lined with fresh flowers. The elegance of the Roaring 20’s is combined with all the modern conveniences of the finest contemporary hotels. Room service.
Outdoor heated pool, spa, sauna, touring bicycles, and Multi-max Fitness Center. Business facilities, conference room and complete library of Chaplin films and authentic movie posters. Café and gourmet meals. Two blocks from the beach.