West coast casual meets east coast polish in the Gorjana Bungalow. Founded in 2004, Gorjana is a local Laguna Beach lifestyle brand that has developed into a global accessories company, known for their fashionable, socially conscious, and high quality jewelry for men and women. This modern yet comfortable setting mixes playful nautical elements with contemporary furnishings in the design aesthetic inherent of the Gorjana name.
Female owned and operated, Lolli’s signature flirty details of rainbows & sunshine beam from its founder, California-born Vy Nguyen. We live life through heart shaped sunnies and celebrate everything sugary and sweet. Lolli is every girl under the rainbow. We’re all shapes and sizes, we’re diverse in all aspects and we’re full of FUN loving California vibe. Lolli is a state of mind.
The Bungalows at Pacific Edge Hotel just got a blast of energy: XS. The new XS beachside private Bungalow — also knowns as the XS Center for Optimal Fun (COF) — is a disco/tiki bungalow designed to deliver on the brand’s promise of adventure and opportunity, while energizing your body and mind. What better place to recharge than in a Bungalow, overlooking the ocean, just steps from the hotel’s private beach?
A surfer’s paradise in Laguna Beach. Founded in 1973, Billabong has become an international brand known for their surf, skate, snow, and wakeboarding apparel. Guests can relax in this laid-back bungalow and soothing color palette of ocean blues and sunset oranges with reclaimed wood accents and surreal surfing artwork practically riding the walls.
The Fox Racing Bungalow
This ultimate man cave was designed by the most popular motocross apparel brand in the word today, FOX HEAD, INC. Building their business by developing clothing for the high-intensity, physically demanding sport, the brand expanded into surfing and snowboarding in 2006 and has been an ongoing fan of the PEH. This dark and masculine bungalow boasts classic leather couches, animal skin rugs, and black and white photography for the ultimate biker boy experience