The Hotel June
Hotel June is a modern homage to the spirit of historic Malibu, an entirely one-of-a-kind property that offers the best of both worlds: On the iconic Pacific Coast Highway, just a short drive to the beach…and a private, peaceful retreat for escaping it all.
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Nestled on four lush acres on famed Pacific Coast Highway is the latest Hotel June. Hotel June Malibu reimagines an enclave of beloved Mid-century bungalows on iconic Point Dume, a property that once served as historic hideaways for wayfaring writers, musicians, and artists.
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In 1949, Hotel June began as the Malibu Riviera Hotel, founded by creative, art-loving newlyweds Wayne and Helen Wilcox — a couple who imbued the property with a sense of home (even using rooms 1, 2, and 3 as their family residence). In the early 1950s, Wayne took up photography, building a dark room on the property; the black and white photos you’ll see throughout the property and in the bungalows are the work of his eye, capturing a special moment in Malibu history.