Aside from the fun and excitement that a cruise from the Long Beach Cruise Terminal promises to provide, some of the most popular cruise vacations can be experienced right here. Also known as the Long Beach’s Harbor Department, the Long Beach Cruise Terminal is part of the Port of Los Angeles which is the second most in demand seaport in the U.S. Long Beach, California houses the Carnival Corporation’s Long Beach cruise terminal. Ships of Carnival Cruises arrive and depart from this particular facility every day.
Long Beach Cruise Terminal
231 Windsor Way
Long Beach, CA 90802
$17 per day (rates may change)
1450 space parking garage
Full payment due upon departure
Payment: U.S. Dollars; major credit cards.
No advance reservations needed.
Oversized vehicles will be charged per parking space they take up.
Handicap parking available with proof of valid permit for reduced rate.
RV’s may have to use the adjacent outdoor parking facilities if they exceed height maximums.
The two nearest airports to the Long Beach Cruise Terminal are the Long Beach Airport or the LGB and Los Angeles International Airport also known as LAX. The Long Beach Cruise Terminal is about twelve miles from the Long Beach Airport and it takes about fifteen to twenty minutes if riding by taxi, which can cost as much as $30 or $18 for shared shuttle service. Parking at the Long Beach Cruise Terminal is available in the five-story and 1450-space garage which costs about $18 per day and payment can be accepted via cash or with the use of major credit cards.
Some of the hotels around the Long Beach cruise port include: Hotel Maya Doubletree Hotel, Residence Inn Marriot Downtown, Hyatt the Pike Hotel Long Beach, Westin Hotel, Renaissance Hotel, Crowne Plaza Hotel Los Angeles Harbor Hotel, Sunrise Hotel, Rodeway Inn, The Queen Mary, Holiday Inn, Hotel Maya, Aqua Venture Inn and Hyatt Regency
Most restaurants are just walking distance from the hotels although the said hotels also house specialty restaurants to their guests. For those who wish to enjoy the nightlife experience near the Long Beach cruise Terminal, there are several bars and dine-ins to choose from which guarantee to provide a good time.