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Thousand Oaks Hotels

Located near the Santa Monica Mountains, Thousand Oaks offers our hotel guests beautiful views and outdoor attractions like Paradise Falls and Conejo Valley Botanical Garden.

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Courtyard Thousand Oaks Ventura County

Courtyard Thousand Oaks Ventura County

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TownePlace Suites Thousand Oaks Ventura County

TownePlace Suites Thousand Oaks Ventura County

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Thousand Oaks

With the scenic Santa Monica Mountains within view, an abundance of beautiful parks, and a location convenient to Los Angeles and Malibu, it’s no wonder that Sophia Loren, Sylvester Stallone, Dean Martin, and countless others have made their home in Thousand Oaks. The Mediterranean climate here offers mild, dry weather, with cool breezes sweeping in from beyond the hills that border the vast, blue Pacific waters.

Our hotels in Thousand Oaks are in close proximity to Highway 101 and the world-famous Pacific Coast Highway; both are perfect for driving adventures to nearby Ventura Beach, Pepperdine University, or California Lutheran University.

Conejo Valley is surrounded by more than a dozen nature parks, making a Thousand Oaks hotel the perfect place from which to explore. You can hike the rocky trails of Boney Mountain, Saddle Rock, or Castro Peak and witness beautiful California canyons. Afterwards, traverse through a slightly different – but just as adventurous – terrain, strolling among the shops at The Oaks and Simi Valley Town Center.

The Stagecoach Inn Museum, quite possibly the oldest accommodations in Thousand Oaks, is a classic Old West-style attraction, with detailed antique furniture and exhibits that hearken back to a different kind of West Coast.

Take in the beautiful scenery of the West Coast with a trip to Thousand Oaks’ Gardens of the World. Experience the grounds, including The Japanese Garden, French Garden and Italian Garden – each featuring unique plants, architecture and designs. The gardens even feature an American Bandstand for concerts and special events.

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