We just LOVE watching this video! It delivers a quick time-out to enjoy the pure serenity of Catalina Island’s underwater zen zone. Take a minute out of your day to watch it and ….. relaxxxxxxx …..
Catalina Island for your birthday! It looks like these two had a fun birthday visit to Catalina Island! Since the Catalina Express ends their awesome Birthday Promotion as of 12/31/17, the Hermosa Hotel has come up with our own version! Check out our 2018 Birthday Island Package at https://hermosahotel.com/specials/birthday/.
My first of many trips to Two Harbors Written by: Matthew Ever since I moved to Catalina in the spring of 2015 I have wanted to see what Two Harbors had to offer. Before this summer the only options to get down there were either a $200 cab ride, the Wildlands Express bus for $59 each […]
Make Your Own Catalina Tile Written by: Nick Recently, a few of us at the Hermosa Hotel decided to check out the Catalina Tile Experience offered by Silver Canyon Pottery. Located in Avalon’s “industrial area” on the same site as the original facility, Silver Canyon Pottery has been faithfully restoring, recreating, and reproducing classic Catalina pottery […]
Buried Treasures Written by: Mindy Avalon is such a quaint and charming little town, and one of the favorite activities visitors enjoy is renting a golf cart and cruising around town. Venturing up and over Mt. Ada (where the old “Wrigley Mansion” sits), you’ll find sweeping views of the harbor and beyond – perfect for Snapchats […]
We couldn’t be HAPPIER about this tour Written by: Matthew and Devon Photos courtesy of: McCall and Nikki Ryan Photography Hermosa Hotel managers Matthew and Devon recently checked out the Catalina Food Tour’s “Catalina Happy Hour Tour” and have been RAVING about it! They wanted to share their experience of this tour with you and encourage you […]
I Participated! Written by: Nick I have always had a passion for nature, but being a surfer and scuba diver, I too often see the signs of humanity. Trash finds its way into our beaches and oceans via runoff or littering, and makes its way into places human’s don’t even live, such as underwater. In the […]