Buy Two Nights of Lodging, Get the Third Night Free!

Love Catalina Island Tourism Authority Announces Discounted Hotel and Vacation Rental Offers

As summer travel season winds down, on Catalina Island, it’s time for Second Summer!  Summery weather typically continues well into the month of November on Catalina Island, thus it has been dubbed, Second Summer!  Love Catalina Island, the official Catalina Island Tourism Authority, is excited to share a program that allows visitors to book two nights of lodging and get the third night free!  Accommodations on sale include luxury properties, private homes and some of the island’s most affordable properties. 

Participating Hotels and Vacation Rentals include:

Booking details may be found at

About Love Catalina Island Tourism Authority: 

With 230 members, the non-profit organization Love Catalina Island Tourism Authority is the champion of the island’s business community. The organization fosters a successful economy through the promotion of the island as an attractive destination for travel with a focus on sustainability. For more information, please visit and join the conversation on Facebook (, Instagram (@lovecatalinaisland), and Twitter (@lovecatalina_). 

About Catalina Island: 

A picture-perfect island paradise just 22 miles off the coast of Southern California, Catalina is a beautiful, dynamic, eclectic destination with a rich history, wide open spaces, and fresh ocean breezes. Catalina offers 25 lodging properties and 300 vacation rentals, including bed and breakfast inns, seaside condominiums, charming bungalows and hotels. The Island boasts 33 palate-pleasing restaurants, lively seaside bars, and an abundance of on- and off-water activities and amenities. Also, home to eight marine sanctuaries and the Catalina Island Conservancy (with 48,000 acres of pristine protected wilderness), these island treasures offer endless year-round outdoor recreation possibilities. Catalina Island is the perfect getaway all visitors will love. For more information, please visit