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0.9 miles from Cruise Port

Residence Inn Long Beach Downtown
Residence Inn Long Beach
600 Queensway Drive,
Long Beach, CA 90802 US

The Residence Inn by Marriott Long Beach Downtown is located one mile of RMS Queen Mary, California State University, and Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific. It is also within six miles of Long Beach Convention Center. Kids receive free Nickelodeon branded keycard, Nickelodeon activity book, Silicone bracelet...More

1.4 miles from Cruise Port

Renaissance Long Beach Hotel
Renaissance Long Beach Hotel
111 East Ocean Boulevard,
Long Beach, CA 90802 US

Located in the heart of the entertainment district, our downtown Long Beach, California hotel is just steps away from trendy dining, sensational nightlife and boutique shopping. Fresh from a spectacular 11 million dollar renovation of all guest rooms, banquet spaces, and lobby, this downtown Long Beach hotel reflects...More

1.3 miles from Cruise Port

Courtyard Long Beach Downtown
Hilton Long Beach
701 West Ocean Boulevard
Long Beach, CA US 90831

The Hilton Long Beach and Executive Meeting Center is located in downtown Long Beach, seven miles from the Long Beach airport and twenty one miles from Los Angeles International Airport. The hotel is adjacent to the World Trade Center, four blocks from the Long Beach Convention Center, and provides shuttle service to the Aquarium of the Pacific...More

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About the Port of Long Beach

Established in 1911, the Port of Long Beach serves much of the United States-Asia trade traffic. The Port sits approximately 25 miles south of the Port of Los Angeles, the only port in the United States that receives more traffic. The port is renown for its environmental friendly practices and stands as one of the least polluting ports by size in the Western World. The site is a major employer and provides one out of every eight jobs in the City of Long Beach. Overall, the port generates over $100 billion dollars in trade each year and employs over 315,000 workers.
The Port also is the site of many attractions, generating addition revenue. The world famous Queen Mary is docked in the port. The ship is rumored to be haunted and features special attractions during the Halloween Season. The port is also the site of the Aquarium of the Pacific, a medium sized aquarium featuring a variety of sea life including a shark lagoon, marine mammal show, and recently added a penguin exhibit. For those interested in the going ons in the Port, a Harbor Cruise leaves several times a day and conducts guided boat tours. The Catalina Express leaves out of the port as well and provides shuttles to the beautiful island of Santa Catalina just off the California coast. April features the ever exciting Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach, which features a F1 race through the streets of Long Beach directly adjacent to the waters of the Port.