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As you take in the light-filled living spaces and soothing SoCal-inspired décor of the serene private bungalows at the Fairmont Miramar, there’s an instant sense that this is a place that will be hard to leave.

These 1930s bungalows, artfully reimagined by Los Angeles interior designer Michael Berman, offer a rare escape, where retreating to your accommodation is equally as thrilling as heading out on the town to vibrant nearby hotspots such as Santa Monica State Beach.

At the Fairmont Miramar, we know that, after the events of this year, we could all use a worry-free getaway. So, unlike traditional hotel experiences, the bungalows are a truly minimal-contact travel option.

From the private entrance from the famed Ocean Avenue, you’d walk directly into the lush, palm tree-dotted gardens. Here you will find the 32 freestanding bungalows scattered throughout the grounds — in fact, it’s the only place to find private bungalows on the west side.

From there, how much (or how little) time you choose to spend outside your bungalow is up to you. But we wouldn’t blame you for wanting to hole up in your very own slice of SoCal paradise for a good part of your trip.

The Fairmont Miramar offers Signature Bungalows, Bungalow Suites, Bi-Level Bungalows, and our (most) exclusive Bungalow One. And while they share many characteristics, part of the bungalows’ charm is that each one is unique.

Nearly all the bungalows feature at least one private, fully furnished patio — the perfect place to spend a morning with a cup of freshly brewed java from Dogtown Coffee. Most bungalows also feature a soaking tub, best enjoyed with a glass of California wine. Additional bungalow amenities include work desks, lounge-worthy couches, and plush bathrobes (that you may just end up living in during your stay).

And then there’s Bungalow One. While all our bungalows offer a coastal retreat like no other, Bungalow One is the largest of the collection — and the most exclusive. It features three bedrooms, three and ¾ bathrooms, a luxurious La Cava tub in a wet room, four Samsung Smart TVs, switchable privacy glass in the master bathroom, art collections curated by Joanna Burke of Joanna Burke Art Consultants, and Michael Berman custom-designed furniture throughout.

Needless to say, all of this might be enough to convince you that you may never leave your bungalow — after all, you can bring your pup with you, indulge in farm-to-table in-room dining from our signature restaurant, Fig, and simply unwind with an on-demand movie or a good book.

But if you are looking to venture out during your stay, the crystal waters of the Fairmont Miramar’s pool are just steps away (where chairs will be a socially distant six feet apart), and there are plenty of other outdoor experiences available. The Fairmont Miramar offers beach bikes and has close access to paths along the beach, scenic drives down the Pacific Coast Highway, and a wide range of hikes leading to panoramic Los Angeles views.

It truly is a choose-your-own-adventure experience — even if that adventure is simply enjoying the solace of your private bungalow.

We look forward to welcoming you back to the Fairmont Miramar (and sharing our extensively updated health & safety protocols).