Hilton Garden Inn Calabasas (24150 Park Sorrento )

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24150 Park Sorrento
Hilton Garden Inn Calabasas
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
51%
124
Very Good
36%
88
Average
7%
18
Poor
1%
3
Terrible
3%
8

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 51% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families92
  • Couples90
  • Solo93
  • Business87

More about Calabasas

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Enjoying the filmEnjoying the film

Pelicans chillin'Pelicans chillin'

Brush Fire about 5 miles away, pic by my friend JoBrush Fire about 5 miles away, pic by my friend Jo

The Blue Table in CalabasasThe Blue Table in Calabasas

Travel Tips for Calabasas

Winter is the Best Time for Sunrises and Sunsets

by Roadquill

For some reason, the sunrises and sunsets are best between October and March.

I missed the better shot a few minutes earlier of this recent sunrise. Sorry for the power lines, but that is a way of life here.

Solstice Canyon in Malibu (Roberts)

by Roadquill

Just 15 minutes from Calabasas, this is a beautiful canyon complete with various trails, stream, waterfall, even a visitors center and parking. Walk up 2 miles to the remains of Roberts house (burned down in 1982) complete with bomb shelter. The remains of a palm garden are running wild. Huge Bird of Paradise plants in full bloom. This is a great area for photo ops.
From Calabasas, head down Malibu Canyon Road, Right on PCH, Right at Corral Canyon (the 76 station) and you are there.

WORLD RANGER DAY - "The Thin Green Line" Screening

by AmazonGirl64

"WORLD RANGER DAY - "The Thin Green Line" Screening"

The event was attended by 80 people and we were able to raise over $1,000 towards the International Ranger Dependancy Fund. If you are interested in viewing the Ranger Documentary you can purchase the DVD at
www.thingreenline.info.

Cheers

"WORLD RANGER DAY - "The Thin Green Line" Screening"

King Gillette Ranch

"RANGER HAT CAKE"

This ranger hat cake was made with pride by Supervising Ranger Fernando Gomez

Calabasas

by Roadquill

"Calabasas, We Actually Have Some History"

One doesn't run into archeologists unearthing Rosetta Stones here, nor any wonders of the world. Much of the architecture is faux this and dabs of that. But we do have some history. Like, well Chumash Indians use to live off the land. I would imagine eat acorns and the like. Mule deer stil sneak into our neighborhoods and eat the roses, coyotes howl at night, owls perch on chimneys and at least one mountain lion is occasionally seen.

The Leonis Adobe was built around 1844, but no one knows who built it. Well at least none of the officials at the City of Calabasas know. It was a stage coach stop for a while and supposedly some outlaws hung around here or were hung, there are several different versions of the story and an oak tree that was used for neck swings We have a short "old town" street that the City is trying to keep quaint. There is a farmer's market on Saturday morning.

"Things to Do"

We love taking our dogs hiking on the trails in the Santa Monica Mountains. We encounter other hikers and mountain bikers. The mountain bike trails have been set up now to pretty much transverse the entire Santa Monica Mountains from West LA to Ventura.

After a rough ride or strenous hike, you can hit the Sagebrush Cantina for cold brew and margueritas. On Sunday's the Sagebrush attracts a multitude of road bikers, choppers and the like, but it is pretty tame. Not like it was 25 years ago when it was not surprising to see fists and beer fly.

There are a number of celebs that live here. Most move in, move out, move on. Most people don't pay attention. Kind of ho-hum. One of my neighbors was part of a well known rock band. The rapper Mac 10 used to live a few doors down. No one really cares.

"Bedroom Community or Rugged Mountains"

Calabasas is mostly a bedroom community nestled in the Santa Monica Mountains. It also has it's rugged side. Malibu Canyon toward the ocean is simply beautiful and I get to enjoy everymorning on my way to my office.

Yubert's Calabasas Page

by Yubert

I typically drive thru Calabasas on my way to various mountain biking trails. However, when I do stop by it's to meet people at the Sagebrush Cantina, a popular watering hole in this area.

Sometimes on the wekend you'll find a lot of bikers gathering here. Just don't knock over one their motocycles!

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