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Car Hire Long Beach, California

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£24 per day*
* Rates are based on a 7 day rental from 29/05/2017-05/06/2017 at Long Beach
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Hertz Car Rental in Long Beach, California

Long Beach is both a city in California and a part of the giant Los Angeles conurbation, standing on the Pacific shore about 25 miles south of downtown LA. It has its own airport, just three miles from the heart of Long Beach, between the Signal Hill and Lakewood districts. If you hire a car in Long Beach, you'll have easy access to the area's many attractions, such as the Museum of Latin American Art, and can take a trip up to the nearby Disneyland Resort Destinations.

Long Beach obviously has a long sandy beach on its Pacific shoreline. The city is known as a beach resort. However, it also has a large oil industry and is it's one of the United States' busiest commercial ports. If you pick up a hire car in Long Beach, you can easily tour the rest of Los Angeles or the attractions of the area itself. These include leafy yacht marinas, palm-fringed boardwalks and waterfront restaurants. There's also a long list of art galleries and museums, plus the famous Queen Mary ocean liner that is now a hotel, restaurant and tourist attraction.

Pickup Locations Long Beach

  • Long Beach Airport

    Opening hours: Mon-Sun 6:30AM-10:30PM

    Address: 4100 Donald Douglas Drive

    Phone: 562-420-2444

  • East Ocean Blvd HLE

    Opening hours: Mon-Fri 8:00AM-6:00PM
    Sat 9:00AM-1:00PM
    Sun Closed

    Address: 555 East Ocean Blvd,
    Suite 11

    Phone: 562-432-7973

  • Renaissance Long Beach

    Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0800-1200, Sa-Su Closed

    Address: 111 East Ocean Boulevard

    Phone: 0562-499-2500

  • Long Beach-Airflite-Private Flights Only

    Opening hours: Mon-Sun 6:30AM-10:30PM

    Address: 3250 Airflite Way

    Phone: 562-420-2322

  • Long Beach-Mercury Air-Private Flights Only

    Opening hours: Mon-Sun 6:00AM-10:00PM

    Address: 2901 East Spring Street, Suite G

    Phone: 562-420-2444

  • Long Beach-Air Center-Private Flights Only

    Opening hours: Mon-Sun 6:30AM-10:30PM

    Address: 4310 Donald Douglas Drive

    Phone: 562-425-8800

  • Long Beach-Gulfstream Aerospace-Private Flights Only

    Opening hours: Mon-Sun 6:30AM-10:30PM

    Address: 4150 Donald Douglas Drive

    Phone: 562-420-2322

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A quick guide to Long Beach

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It will be no surprise to any visitor that Long Beach does, in fact, have a lovely long beach - but not so many know that it is a bustling commercial, industrial and cultural centre too.

The Long Beach seaside

Facing south on the Pacific waterfront, Long Beach offers a great climate to enjoy the sun, surf and sand. You’ll be able to explore almost six miles of palm-fringed promenade and boardwalk by bike, blade or foot. Along this stretch there are waterfront cafes, restaurants and tree-lined yacht marinas. Discover a vast range of watersport facilities along the seafront too, with everything from kayaks to water jetpacks available.

Take a break from the sun by popping into the acclaimed Aquarium of the Pacific, which houses more than 11,000 aquatic animals, ranging from sharks to penguins.

All aboard the attractions

In Long Beach harbour you’ll have to chance to step aboard the legendary Cunard liner, the Queen Mary. Take a tour or eat a meal on what was once historic luxury ocean liner from the golden age of cruising. You can even spend the night in one of the original First Class Staterooms.

Nearby you can explore a very different type of nautical environment: the American battleship Iowa that served in World War II, the Korean War, and Cold War. Take a tour of this iconic warship to experience a sailor’s view of life on one of the last of the great gunships.

Enjoy the culture

You’ll have a great chance for a worthwhile dose of fine culture in Long Beach. You can browse the art collection at Long Beach Museum of Art, which is housed in a historic mansion high above the sea. It now features an acclaimed café too, and the view across the city and ocean isn’t bad either.

For quirkier galleries, shops and eateries head to the eclectic East Village Arts District or enjoy a classical musical masterpiece at the waterside Long Beach Performing Arts Center, which is home to the city’s symphony orchestra, opera and theater.

Further afield

From Long Beach’s port you can take the popular one-hour boat trip across the ocean to the protected waters of Catalina Island. It’s perfect for crystal-clear snorkelling and swimming, or stepping ashore for hiking, eating, shopping, and amazing ocean views.

Back on land, within an hour’s drive of Long Beach you can explore some of southern California’s major attractions, including Universal Studios and Disneyland, Hollywood Boulevard and Rodeo Drive.

** When the booking is cancelled within seven days of being made.