With warmer weather and California businesses re-opening, it’s the perfect time to kick off National Travel and Tourism Week, May 2nd – 8th. This year we celebrate, “The Power of Travel” and your vital role in bringing life back to our economy, supporting millions of hard-working Americans and giving America a chance to recharge and reconnect.
In California, May is also Tourism Month, so you can kick back, relax and embrace all the travel possibilities all month long. Now’s your chance to reward yourself with a well-earned trip to help our economy recover and to reconnect with friends and family. Here’s a few suggestions on the best way to vacay in Torrance, CA.
In Torrance, it’s easy to be inspired by our lodging properties, beach, craft breweries, shopping, arts and more that make our corner of the world the treasure it is today. We invite you to share your own memories and aspirations to keep the #SpiritOfTravel strong.
Share a social post or blog about what travel in California means to you, your business and your family — and add the hashtag #PowerOfTravel. If moved to share even more love, you can choose to thank those in the travel industry for all they do.
Our not-too-crowded 1.5-mile stretch of coastline is a great place for families to enjoy together. You can hang out on the shore, bike The Strand and watch the sunset over the Pacific.
You can grab rentals at Perry’s like bikes, boogie boards, chairs and umbrellas. They even have kid bikes, kiddy carts and strollers, choppers, tandem bikes and bikes with baby seats available. There are lots of great lodging options in Torrance for every budget, so check here for the best deals.
From cozy rooms to luxurious suites, there’s ample opportunity for alone time in Torrance. You might consider the Miyako Hybrid Hotel, an upscale Japanese-style hotel, well known for the hot stone massages at its Relaken Spa.
There’s also something uniquely romantic about a quiet, Italian dinner. Gaetano’s Restaurant serves fresh, traditional Italian cuisine covering everything from pizza to pasta and more.
Shopping is a team sport, so grab the girls and head to the Del Amo Fashion Center, one of the largest shopping malls in America with more than 250 stores. If boutique shopping in a less crowded area is your preference, then check out Old Torrance for a variety of charming shops and restaurants.
As you plan your stay, be sure to check out our hotel specials for your best lodging options.
Whether you’re celebrating a special day or just craving a chance to get away, there are a lot of rewarding possibilities this May in Torrance. Book your trip today!