We decided to upgrade to a suite as we had 4 adults. We stay in the hound room which was nice but only had one bathroom. The fireplace in room was super nice and we kept it on all night as it was chilly. We used the pool and spa which is super beautiful. They had a bar and gift shop at the pool area. ...
Love the awesome free breakfast. There were a lot of varieties to choose from. Also, every evening, 5:30 - 7:30 pm, there were complimentary drinks, alcohol, soda, wine, and other drinks. They even give you free snacks, nachos, veggies and dip, pretzels, crackers and cheese. The suite was roomy with ...
Everything was outstanding. They listened to my request for a room fitting a special location I had trouble working the bathroom faucet and the maintenance guy was friendly and showed up within 5 minutes. Super clean! the staff is amazing! Beach access and downtown shopping is great. As well as great ...
The Central Coast town of San Luis Obispo is a popular vacation destination because of its beaches and parks, historic buildings, and cultural venues like the Children's Museum, the San Luis Obispo Museum of Art, and the Palm Theatre that showcases indie, art-house films, as well as mainstream movies. When it comes to hotels, San Louis Obispo has great variety, including budget suites, bed and breakfasts, and luxury options like the San Luis Creek Lodge.
The Alex Madonna Expo Center regularly hosts community events, including the California Festival of Beers and the annual Fall Home Show, as well as dances, concerts, and trade shows.
Downtown restaurants are close to many San Luis Obispo hotels. Enjoy upscale wine country dining at the elegant Koberl at Blue on Monterey Street. The Famous Splash Cafe, a favorite among locals, is famous for its chowder bowls and desserts.
Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa was built in 1772, and is still a functioning Catholic mission with a museum inside. Stroll the grounds of the Dallidet Adobe and Gardens, an adobe-style historic home on Pacific Street.
Visitors to San Luis Obispo hotels can find new and vintage music, books and toys at quirky shops like Boo Boo Records, Dr Cain's Comics and Tom's Toys.
Montana de Oro State Park is popular among rock climbers, hikers, campers, and mountain bike enthusiasts. Also visit the park museum and nature center, or play a round of golf either one of the two golf courses on the park grounds.
I have stayed in this place for the last 5 years and it's not a luxury hotel but for the price and location it's ok there's a lot of bad reviews but if you want something better be prepared to pay 300+ per night somewhere else, so far I have not had any problems I just need a place to sleep rest and shower while at pismo So yes I do recommend this place and I will continue to stay there every time as long as they don't get too expensive.
Stayed there for one night with my wife and one year old. The room was clean and had all facilities. The hotel also provided the crib.
The hotel staff was very friendly. The rooms were clean and comfortable. There is wine tastings M-Th in the lobby.
Room were clean, service was great. Breakfast was great as well.