This was our second stay at the Lighthouse Inn. It is clean. The staff is friendly. It's walking distance to the harbor and food. Quiet. Great breakfast. Hope to stay again
Such a cute place to stay. Staff was helpful and courteous. Room was very nice and suited our needs very well.
Great hotel. With an amazing view. Hope to make it back
Koi pond nice. Parking is terrible Frogs croaking most of the night. Kinda noisy
The restaurant options where lacking. Room was very quiet and well appointed.
The complimentary breakfast was a joke - bagels and waffles in an air-sealed bag - no juice. What's worse, they are going through some renovation, at least on the ground floor. I could see a toilet sitting on the floor in one of the rooms. The place wreaks of faeces - wonder if the drain was plugged ...
Good place to sleep, with my eyes closed, all night long
It was very clean and smelled nice. Not like perfume which I don't like, but smelled clean, unlike pretty much any other roadside motel. The room was simple but nice, I liked the hard wood floors which helped with the cleanliness. Staff was helpful and available late at night when I needed something. ...
Nice hotel in the centre of Eureka, great for 1 or 2 nights
Located in Humboldt County, on the beautiful Northern California coast, Eureka is a great place to take photos of the world's tallest redwood trees and visit a gorgeous rocky beach. It's a place to appreciate Victorian homes and the historic Sequoia Park Zoo, the state's oldest zoo. The local population embraces arts and nature and supports businesses on shoreline marinas. The best Eureka hotels can be found overlooking the beach.
Humboldt State University's Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center is an ideal place to hold business conferences or training classes. The facility offers outdoor meeting places as well as indoor multi-purpose conference rooms that can accommodate various events.
Several hotels in Eureka are within a short distance of fine dining. Hurricane Kate's has a woodfire oven, offering Mediterranean, Latino, and other world fusion dishes. Samoa Cookhouse, which is over a century old, is the last remaining lumber camp-style diner on the West Coast.
The Eureka Boardwalk, located on Humboldt Bay, is near many other historic Eureka attractions such as Old Town Eureka, boasting myriad galleries and museums along with shops and restaurants.
Henderson Center is the place to visit for a wide variety of shopping, especially for travelers interested in bicycles, toys, beauty, hardware, auto supplies, jewelry, and housewares. The local farmer's market features fresh produce.
Humboldt State University is home to many cultural events that include theater, film festivals, and dance productions. The venue also attracts fans of big name popular music concerts and events that mix education with entertainment, such as the Sustainable Living Arts and Music Festival.