Welcome to Venice Paloma Suites
Extended Stay Furnished Apartments
Venice Paloma Suites in Venice, California recently completed a multi-million dollar remodel. Our extended-stay property provides a stellar lineup of fully furnished two-bedroom and one-bedroom apartments just off the world-famous Venice Beach and Boardwalk.
After you've indulged your senses in the bohemian Venice Beach lifestyle, you'll be able to retreat to the peace and quiet of your own fully furnished, extended-stay Santa Monica, California area suite. Our contemporary property boasts fully appointed, stylish two-bedroom apartments. W-style without the attitude.
The comforts of home come standard and include full kitchens with all the trimmings, complimentary high-speed wireless Internet access, flat-screen HDTVs with premium movie channels, air conditioning, and weekly housekeeping service. What's more, there's a courtyard with barbecue and dining table, onsite laundry facility, and nearby garage parking.
In-room amenities are plentiful, which means you'll have everything at your disposal for a completely comfortable and convenient lodging experience.
We also provide guests with an excellent location. You're just steps from renowned Venice Beach and memorable Venice Beach Boardwalk, where there's always a full complement of artists, musicians, fortune tellers, rollerbladers, and skateboarders and never a dull moment. Within walking distance, you'll encounter the chic boutiques, trendy restaurants, and enchanting galleries of Abbot Kinney Boulevard and Santa Monica.
Life's a beach. Live like a Local at Venice Paloma Suites.
First-ever lighting of the “O’Venice” sign.
The Venice Chamber of Commerce and the Venice Symphony Orchestra celebrated St. Patrick’s Day on Tuesday with the first-ever lighting of the “O’Venice” sign!
The sign was lit green by new LAPD Pacific Division Captain Nicole Alberca and a reception was held at Bank of Venice by owner Tom Elliot. Read the entire article here.
UnplugLA: March 7
Reboot + Digital Detox + Camp Grounded presents
An Off-The-Gid Party to Celebrate Reboot's National Day of Unplugging.
Join Reboot + Digital Detox + Camp Grounded for an Unplugged Party to Celebrate Reboot's National Day of Unplugging. Check your phone at the door and together we’ll redefine what it means to truly be connected. It’s like summer camp for adults, in the city, for one epic night of pure unadulterated fun. Unplug after a busy week and take time off the grid to feel awesome.
Live music, board games, typewriters, analog photo booth, arts 'n crafts, face painting, wellness lounge and more...
Everyone is invited (21 and over - please bring your ID)
And it’s FREE!
Saturday, March 7th 2015 - 7:00 pm-11:00 pm
ELECTRIC LODGE | 1416 Electric Avenue Venice
(just off Abbott Kinney)
No Work Talk or Networking
No Digital Technology, Cameras or Watches
We’ll all use Nicknames
Food by the Border Grill Food Truck + beverages for purchase
Please use the free on-site parking lot.
Walk, bike, Bue Bus #2 or LA Metro #33 or #333
Digital Detox is an organization dedicated to finding, exploring and creating balance in the digital age. They host events and tech-free retreats where attendees disconnect from technology to reconnect with themselves, others and the world around them. Learn more about our upcoming retreats at TheDigitalDetox.org + CampGrounded.org
The National Day of Unplugging (NDU) is a project of Reboot, a national nonprofit that seeks to reinvent and reinvigorate Jewish traditions to make them resonate with a new generation. The NDU is in its fifth year and encourages people to take a regular pause from technology to reconnect with the community and those around them. Thanks to The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles for their support of Reboot programs in Southern California. NationalDayofUnplugging.com
2015 Silver Circle Gala:March 9
Venice Family Clinic's Silver Circle brings our most dedicated supporters together to raise over $1.2 million annually to help the Clinic provide quality, affordable heath care to people in need.
The Beverly Wilshire
9500 Wilshire Boulevard
Cocktails at 6 p.m. | Dinner at 7 p.m.
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IRMA COLEN LEADERSHIP AWARD
Dr. Bill Resnick & Michael J. Stubbs
Venice Art Crawl: March 19
The Venice Art Crawl is an organization by and for the people. Our goal is to share, inspire and promote collaboration within the Venice community through mixers and art events. Join us by attending, sharing your vision and what inspires you. Our goal is to foster and reinvigorate the creativity that has historically and currently makes Venice such a vibrant and dynamic community.
Venice Breeze Suites to host again! In the past we have been priviliged to display the work of many creative and wonderful artists and we will be doing it again this March 19th.
We are doing it again! Come and check it out.
Food, Music, Two Surprise Artists and Great Views!
St. Patrick Day Handball Tournament:March 19-20
To register, compete and for upcoming Venice Handball Tournaments, contact Fred Ealey of Venice Recreation and Parks Center at 310.399.2775.
The handball courts are one of Venice’s unique features. Played one one one or two on two, handball only requires a court and a small 61 gram ball. The ball is swatted with an open hand against the wall and then returned, after one bounce, by the opposition.
Handball is a competitive game in which either hand or either fist may be used to serve and return the ball. Four-wall handball may be played by two, three or four players. When played by two, it is called singles; when played by three, cutthroat; and when played by four, doubles. The object is to win each rally by serving or returning the ball so the opponent is unable to keep the ball in play. A rally is won when one player is unable to return the opponent’s shot to the front wall before it touches the floor twice, or when a player returns the ball so that it hits the floor before striking the front wall. Points are scored only by the serving side when it serves an ace (unreturnable serve) or wins a rally. When the serving side loses one rally in singles or two rallies in doubles, it loses the serve. Losing the serve is called an “out.” A match is won by the first side winning two games. The first two games of a match are played to 21 points. In the event each side wins a game, a tie-breaker is played to 11 points. For tournament results, history, rules of the sport and upcoming Southern California handball events, visit http://www.handball.org.
New to handball?
Admission: Free to play
Note: OPEN PLAY. NO FEE/RESERVATIONS. FIRST COME BASIS. TOURNAMENTS & PERMITS TAKE PRECEDENCE ON COURTS.
Equipment rental available at the Venice Recreation and Parks Office.