Local Attractions

Redondo Beach Pier
Redondo Beach Pier offers a variety of oceanfront dining, entertainment and shopping choices for all ages. Enjoy a quick bite to eat while you stroll on the pier, a romantic dinner with amazing views, live music almost any night of the week or find the perfect gift or souvenir for someone special.

Del Amo Fashion Center
Del Amo Fashion Center is a two-level regional shopping mall in Torrance, California is one of the largest shopping malls in the United States. Centrally located to several Torrance hotels, the mall features seven anchor stores, including three Macy’s locations, JCPenney & Sears, more than 300 retailers, multiple full-service restaurants, a fitness center and an AMC Theatres multiplex.

Torrance Beach
Torrance Beach lies between Redondo Beach and Malaga Cove. The region shared by Torrance and Redondo Beaches is often called “Rat Beach” (short for “Right After Torrance” Beach or “Redondo and Torrance Beach”). This beautiful, soft sand beach has 40 acres of beach and is at the foot of cliffs which extend to the Palos Verdes Peninsula. There are over 300 parking spaces and amenities include restrooms, a concession stand, showers, bike path, beach wheelchairs, and volleyball nets. Torrance Beach is great for swimming, fishing, scuba and skin diving, and surfing.

Spa Relaken
Step through the doors of Relaken and you enter the legendary world of ancient Japanese rejuvenation. Relaken’s commitment to every visitor is “to provide reliable skills, and contribute to the recovery of mental and physical health.” Sink into steaming comfort in the oversized baths; submit to the skilled hands of a masseuse; relax in Relaken’s solitary bliss. Our friendly and professional consultants will help design the perfect healing program just for you. Chose from relaxation and rejuvenation service such as general body care, reflexology, aroma treatment and more.

Outside of Torrance

The StubHub Center
Multiple-use sports complex located on the campus of California State University. It was originally designed for soccer. In addition to the soccer stadium, The StubHub Center features a 2,500-seat Olympic Velodrome, a 13,000-seat tennis stadium and an outdoor track and field facility that has 20,000 permanent seats and has seated up to 22,000.

Dodger Stadium
Located adjacent to Downtown Los Angeles, Dodger Stadium has been the home ballpark of Major League Baseball’s Los Angeles Dodgers team since 1962.

Knotts Berry Farm
With over 165 rides, shows and attractions, Knott’s Berry Farm is the place to go for family fun! With five themed areas, there is something at Knott’s for everyone. Experience world-class thrills on Silver Bullets, the park’s first-ever suspended coaster, or Sierra Sidewinders – the spinning coaster that offers a panoramic view. The park’s newest attraction is the new 4-D interactive experience Voyage to the Iron Reef. Experience Knott’s newest coaster Pony Express – The Rides, delivering a horseback relay at speeds never imagined in the Old West. For something different, detour to the Park’s Old West Ghost Town® and celebrate it’s 75th anniversary or visit Camp Snoopy, home of the PEANUTS gang and filled with dozens of kid-sized adventures.

Disneyland
Disneyland Resort is the home of the original Disney theme park, and 50 years later it remains as popular as ever. For many reasons Disneyland has historically had a different atmosphere than Walt Disney World where the company’s control over the surroundings is almost absolute. With the expansion of the resort area in 2001 to include Disney’s California Adventure, Downtown Disney, and a new world class hotel (the Grand Californian), the Disneyland Resort took a major step toward creating an experience more like Walt Disney World.