San Pedro is the home of The Port of Los Angeles World Cruise Center. Major Cruise Lines offer vacation cruises to Baja California, the Mexican Riviera, Alaska, Hawaii, and other destinations around the world. Celebrity Cruises, Costa Cruise Lines, Crystal Cruises, the Cunard Line, the Disney Cruise Line, the Holland America Line, the Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises, Princess Cruises, Regent Seven Seas Cruises, the Royal Caribbean Cruise Line, and Catalina Express, along with other cruise lines offer frequent sailings that make San Pedro the busiest passenger port of call on the United States West Coast. Most Carnival Cruise Lines ships depart from Long Beach, California. San Pedro remains the easy and economical place to stay before and after your cruise. Find your your San Pedro Hotel discount deal here
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San Pedro is ideally located to serve as your "home base" when visiting Southern California. In addition to the many attractions that are part of San Pedro, Disneyland, Knotts Berry Farm, the Movieland Wax Museum, The Queen Mary, Venice, Malibu, Beverly Hills, Hollywood, Universal Studios, the Los Angeles Convention Center, the Olympic Coliseum, the Rose Bowl, the Forum, Dodger Stadium and all of Los Angeles are located within a 30 mile radius. San Pedro is located at the end of the Harbor Freeway (110) and affords immediate access to the entire Southern California Freeway System
San Pedro is home to the Port of Los Angeles World Cruise Center with cruise ships departing for ports around the world. San Pedro has very reasonably priced hotels and motels. Below are links showing the prices of the local hotels and motels and their distances to the World Cruise Center and Downtown San Pedro.