Basking in the warm west coast sunshine, AnnaLynne McCord took advantage of a break in her schedule by hitting the beaches of Santa Monica, CA on Thursday (February 23).
The Naomi Clark cutie donned a mismatched flowery bikini top and blue high waisted bottoms as she sprawled on the sandy grounds alongside the Pacific Ocean.
The outing comes as we're just two weeks away from the return of new episodes of AnnaLynne's hit drama "90210" - with an installment titled 'Babes In Toyland' set to air on Tuesday, March 6th at 8/7c on The CW.
With a preview found in the video player below, a synopsis via the show's website reads: "Naomi's sister Jen (guest star Sara Foster) arrives with her son for a surprise visit. Adrianna and Dixon land a meeting with a major movie producer to discuss music on his next film, but are sabotaged by Vanessa (guest star Arielle Kebbel). Meanwhile, Silver gets accepted into New York University and Ivy attracts attention in the underground scene when she switches to a less conventional style of art."
Enjoy the pictures of AnnaLynne McCord soaking up the sun while relaxing on the beach in Santa Monica, CA (February 23).
Santa Monica is a beachfront city in western Los Angeles County, California, US. Situated on Santa Monica Bay, it is surrounded on three sides by the city of Los Angeles — Pacific Palisades on the northwest, Brentwood on the north, West Los Angeles on the northeast, Mar Vista on the east, and Venice on the southeast.
Santa Monica is home to executives and Hollywood celebrities amongst others and it is a mixture of affluent, single-family neighborhoods, renters, surfers, young professionals, and students. The Census Bureau 2010 population for Santa Monica is 89,736. Santa Monica is named after Saint Monica of Hippo because the area in which the city is now located was first visited by Spaniards on her feast day.
Partly because of its agreeable climate, Santa Monica had become a famed resort town by the early 20th century. The city has experienced a boom since the late 1980s through the revitalization of its downtown core with significant job growth and increased tourism.
Santa Monica Visitor Centers
The Santa Monica Visitor Information Centers are your source for all things Santa Monica. All of our Visitor Centers provide friendly, trained and knowledgeable travel counselors; Visitor Guides and Maps; foreign language line; and information on attractions, hotels, dining, museums, galleries and entertainment.
At our Walk-In Visitor Information Center on Main Street, you will find a full display of FREE visitor information; three computers with high-speed Internet access; Santa Monica gifts and souvenirs; tickets to area attractions; and a display on all things "Green" in Santa Monica.
Santa Monica Walk-In Visitor Information Center
1920 Main Street, Suite B (between Pico Blvd and Bay St)
Santa Monica, CA 90405
Toll Free: (800) 544-5319
Phone: (310) 393-7593
Fax: (310) 319-6273
Open Daily 9am-5:30pm
Santa Monica Visitor Information Kiosk
Located in Palisades Park
1400 Ocean Avenue
Santa Monica, CA 90401
Phone: (310) 393-0410
Open Daily 10am-4pm
Santa Monica Visitor Information Kiosk - Pier
322 Santa Monica Pier (across from Bubba Gump Shrimp)
Santa Monica, CA 90401
Santa Monica Visitor Information Cart
Located on the 1300 Block of Third Street Promenade (across from Foot Locker)
Mobile Visitors Center
On September 8th, 2011, Santa Monica CVB launched the all new "I Love Santa Monica" mobile visitors center. Be on the lookout for our next appearance.
Sleep in Santa Monica
Bayside Hotel, 2001 Ocean Ave., ☎ (310) 396-6000 or 1-800-525-4447, . $75-140.
Ocean Park Inn, 2452 Lincoln Blvd., ☎ (310) 392-3966 or 1-800-605-5005 (fax: (310) 399-0502). $70-85.
HI Los Angeles/Santa Monica, 1436 Second Street, Santa Monica, CA 90401 (on 2nd Street between Santa Monica Blvd and Broadway), ☎ +1 310 393 9913 (reserve@HILosAngeles.org, fax: +1 310 393-1769), . checkin: 14:00; checkout: 12:00. Hostel/backpacker style accomodation. 200 beds, clean, safe, plenty of activities. Linen incl. towel provided, the bed is even made for you $30+.
Pacific Sands Motel, 1515 Ocean Ave., ☎ (310) 395-6133 (fax: (310) 395-7206). $55-125.
Palm Motel, 2020 14th St., ☎ (310) 452-3861 (fax: (310) 450-8635), . $65-95.
Seaview Hotel, 1760 Ocean Ave, ☎ (310) 393-6711, . A 1950's art deco gem one block from the ocean. The rooms are upgraded with fresh colors, cozy fibers and trendy furniture. Each room includes free wireless, flat screen TV's and free maid service. $88-125.
Best Western Gateway Hotel, 1920 Santa Monica Blvd., ☎ (310) 829-9100 (fax: (310) 829-9211), . $90-160.
Ocean View Hotel Santa Monica, 1447 Ocean Ave., ☎ (310) 458-4888 or 1-800-452-4888 (fax: (310) 458-0848), . $100-250.
Holiday Inn Santa Monica, 120 Colorado Ave., ☎ (310) 451-0676 or 1-800-947-9175 (fax: (310) 393-7145), . Fantastic location, just steps away from the Santa Monica Pier. Hotel is quaint, comfortable and some rooms have a partial ocean view. $180-280.
Sheraton Delfina, 530 Pico Boulevard, ☎ (310) 399-9344,. Four blocks from the beach.
Ambrose Hotel, 1255 20th St., ☎ (310) 315-1555,. While 20 blocks from the beach, the Ambrose Hotel offers great style and comfort for less than the large beach-front hotels. Very convenient if visiting someone at St. John's Santa Monica Hospital. $175+.
Casa del Mar, 1910 Ocean Way, ☎ (310) 581-5533 or 1-800-898-6999 (email@example.com, fax: 310-581-5503),. One of the only hotels in Santa Monica that is directly on the Beach and has prices that reflect this rare amenity. Share pools, spas, etc. with Shutters.
The Fairmont, 101 Wilshire Blvd., ☎ (310) 576-7777 or 1-800-866-5577 (fax: (310) 458-7912), . A great hotel, but it only has ocean views. $290-730.
The Huntley, 1111 Second St, ☎ +1-310-394-5454, . A luxury hotel featuring a business center, fitness facilities, concierge service, and fine dining at The Penthouse.
Le Merigot (Marriott), 1740 Ocean Ave., ☎ (310) 395-9700 or 1-877-637-446 (fax: (310) 395-9200), . $300-1200.
Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel, 1700 Ocean Avenue, . A beachfront resort overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Around the corner from Santa Monica's Third Street Promenade.
Viceroy Hotel, 1819 Ocean Ave., ☎ (310) 260-7500 or 1-800-670-6185,. The Viceroy Hotel is perfect for travellers who are seeking an ultra-hip experience and don't have any budget restrictions. One block from the beach, and few blocks south of the main part of downtown Santa Monica, the Viceroy still is able to command $300+ per night because of its status as "One of the 50 hottest hotels in the world". $300+.
Georgian Hotel, 1415 Ocean Aven., ☎ (310) 395-9945 or 1-800-538-8147, . The Georgian Hotel is an Art Deco classic that dates back to the 1920s. Located right on Ocean Avenue and in the heart of downtown Santa Monica, it is in the thick of the action. Rooms are smaller and prices are not cheap, but it is a great place to stay. $200-400.
Shangri-la Hotel, 1301 Ocean Ave., ☎ (310) 394-2791. The Shangri-la Hotel has huge rooms, ocean views, and free parking for guests.
Shutters, One Pico Blvd., ☎ (310) 458-0030 or 1-800-334-9000 (fax: (310) 899-1652), . One of the only hotels in Santa Monica that is directly on the beach. Share pools, spas, etc. with Casa del Mar. $450+.
Oceana Santa Monica, 849 Ocean Avenue, ☎ (310) 393-0486, . Located on Ocean Avenue, Oceana Santa Monica is a boutique hotel featuring a restaurant open only to guests.