The alluring fusion of Latin American and Southern Californian styles is revealed at Hotel Maya, a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, which is a stunning waterfront resort situated across the harbor from Downtown Long Beach and its mesmerizing skyline. Set amidst a lush tropical landscape of more than 400 palm trees, the 11-acre Hotel Maya features a unique waterfront indoor-outdoor design aesthetic. Deliciously organic, the modern style is inspired by the colors of land and sea, and swayed by the moods of nature. Choose one of our spacious guest rooms with a private balcony, located minutes from the convention center in downtown Long Beach. Enjoy complimentary wireless internet access, a 37-inch HDTV, and luxurious aromatherapy bath products. Relax in the waterfront swimming pool or in one of our floating cabanas and fire pits emphasize the exotic design of the hotel. The lush tropical gardens, colorful decor, and stunning views of Long Beach Oceanfront make Hotel Maya an excellent meeting or wedding venue. The dedicated catering and conference team will help to ensure your next meeting is a success. Enjoy complimentary access to the business center, a fully equipped fitness center, and dine on Latin-American-inspired cuisine at our waterfront Fuego Restaurant. Highlights: Tropical heated pool and whirlpool featuring pool bar, waterfront indoor/outdoor Fuego Restaurant and Bar on-site, ten flexible event rooms (most featuring waterfront views with floor to ceiling windows), sand volleyball, tennis, basketball, bocce ball, tropical waterfront reception space, private dock, and 6,500 sq ft man-made beach featuring fire pits and lounge furniture, and guest rooms with private balconies. What to do around here: Hotel Maya - a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel is located on the complimentary shuttle line to downtown Long Beach, and within one mile of the convention center, financial district, and Aquarium of the Pacific. Visit the three major permanent galleries at the Aquarium, where more than 500 different species of animal are housed. Explore the Southern California, Northern Pacific, and Tropical Pacific exhibits, or pet sharks and stingrays at Shark Lagoon. Visit the Queen Mary, a retired ocean liner built in Scotland that now serves as a major tourist attraction in Long Beach, featuring 7 restaurants, tours, and rotating museum exhibits.