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Playa del Rey, or “beach of the king” is a small coastal neighborhood has the appearance of “rolling hills” which are compacted sand dunes that rise 125 feet above sea level. Bordered by the Pacific Ocean to the west, Westchester to the east, and Marina del Rey to the north, this community is only 2.75 square miles and home to 12,129 people. It has one of the lower population densities for the county at 3,452 people per square mile.View Deals
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Playa del Rey has the feeling of a small beach town with no frills attached. There’s always something to do. Visitors and locals can spend a day outside riding along the Marvin Braude Bike Trail, or the Del Rey Lagoon Park. The area is still relatively affordable by comparison to other beachside towns, and it’s conveniently located right next to LAX. One of our favorite things to do is watch the sailboats coming from the Marina and the planes taking off next door.
Playa del Rey’s sand dunes run parallel to the coastline are often called “The Bluffs”. The dunes are compacted and reach up to 125 feet above sea level.
Despite having a name of implied royalty, Playa del Rey is not pretentious. There are some amazing old-school dive bars and casual restaurants, and the beach is beautiful. No frills needed.
Playa del Rey is more low key than its neighbors along the coast of Santa Monica Bay, which means one beautiful thing: plenty of street parking.
Did you know that Playa del Rey used to be wetlands that were ideal grazing lands for early settlers?
It was filled with waterfowl living in the marshes, and Ballona Creek formed a lagoon. In the late 1800’s, developers tried to optimize this coastal town along with the boom of Venice of America. They made the lagoon into a swimming area and built a hotel to draw in tourists, but the Hotel del Rey was lost in a fire. This concluded Playa del Rey’s time as a resort town, and it went on to become a residential development.
Playa del Rey is a town rich with interesting history. For example, Palisades del Rey was the name of the original neighborhood developed in 1921 and included custom houses built for Hollywood producers and actors. In the 1950’s and 60’s, it was an ideal surfing location until rock jetties were built to combat beach erosion. The beach at the northern end of Playa del Rey still carries the name “Toes Over Beach” or “Toes” by local surfers because of the Hang Ten surfing maneuver.