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1.2 miles from Cruise Port
601 South Palos Verdes Street,
San Pedro, CA 90731 US
Overlooking the Port of Los Angeles, the 10-story Crowne Plaza San Pedro is located just four blocks from the World Cruise Center and approximately 20 miles from Los Angeles International Airport. Long Beach Municipal Airport is 15 miles from the hotel and John Wayne Airport in Orange County is about 40 miles away...More
4 miles from Cruise Port
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
4.7 miles from Cruise Port
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
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About the Port of San Pedro
The Port of San Pedro originally served as a harbor for the native tribes of the area and housed Spanish ships and trade as early as 1540. The Port is located on the southern part of the Palos Verdes Peninsula and benefits from natural protection from the rough waters. In 1909 the port was annexed by Los Angeles and became part of the Greater Los Angeles Port, which is the largest port on the western coast of the United States. San Pedro served as a naval base in the early 20th century but never resumed military operation following the bombing of Pearl Harbor and Second World War.
Just a short way from the port lies the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium, a small aquarium in the city of San Pedro open daily. The aquarium has free admission and features several exhibits including a touch tank. Also worth visiting in San Pedro is the Korean Bell of Friendship. Presented by South Korea in 1976 to mark the American bicentennial and as a sign of good will, the bronze bell weights over 17 tons and is one of the largest bells in the world. The plaza also features wonderful examples of Korean architecture and artwork. With Los Angeles just a short drive away there is much to see for those willing to day trip with Hollywood, The Los Angeles Dodger Baseball Team, Downtown Los Angeles, and World Class Griffin Observatory all within an hour's drive even with the congestion of Los Angeles traffic.