The hotel was very spacious and clean. King size pillows to go with King bed. Loved that they had self serve laundry facility. This was the 7th and last hotel for our week long vacation along the west coast and was very please. Only downfall is for the price we paid, should’ve gotten continental ...
Beautiful hotel close to the beach, there were fire pits and a small heated pool available. The rooms were recently redone and beautiful, but the rest of the hotel (common areas) was very outdated. Nonetheless, enjoyed the stay very much
Both vents in the jacuzzi suite are aimed away from the bed. The HVAC unit only had one fan setting :low. The room got stuffy and woke us up several times during the night. We called the front desk to request a fan to keep the air moving in the room, but none were available. Keep a few box fans on ...
Good - excellent facilities and clean rooms Close to the beach but far enough that the sand does not cause issues
Very friendly and helpful staff. The room was clean and very comfortable! It was a wonderful experience
Located right on the edge of the ocean cliff - waves pounding in below. Electric car charger, they gave us wine glasses and had beer and wine available to purchase at the desk. Great breakfast, coffee in the room and even cookies!
Beautiful hotel right on the beach! Close to restaurants and shops. Staff very friendly. We will definitely be back!
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.