unfortunately i only stayed at this hotel for one night.
nice lobby and friendly enough staff and this place was bigger than i imagined.
our romm was very big with two doubles and a sofa, it also had a big bay window. free wifi available in romm.
Unique Quality: the room was clean as was the bathroom,
the room also had a fridge and coffee facilities.
on site there is an english style bar and a wine bar and cellar, the wine bar was small though!
there is a courtyard just off the tap room (english style bar) where you can smoke.
a restaurant and coffe bar is also available....the menu at the restaurant wasn't that great but we found a great restaurant just across the road called shaw's whitch did great steaks and ribs (seafood available) with good friendly service.
the overall feel of this hotel was great.
Hi,im trying to plan a route for my honeymoon in October which starts and ends in LA.
I have 16 days with the first 3 already booked in LA,Im then looking to go up the coastal route to then move inland across to Las Vegas and returning to LAX.
Any ideas on a route breakdown please?
Im happy to spend a week or less near or in LA then go up coast,not as far as San Fran or Monterey as done those before.
As its our honeymoon, im looking for decent hotels,hot tubs etc with any recommendations gratefully received.
If you're going north along the coast, Santa Barbara, Santa Maria, San Luis Obispo, and Cambria are nice. Santa Barbara is a lovely little beach city, Santa Maria is serene, the Cal Poly campus is in San Luis Obispo, and Hearst Castle is near Cambria. When you do finally head east towards Las Vegas, don't try to drive on the small connecting highways at night -- some of them are very dodgy.
We've stayed at the Santa Maria Inn (the old part of the hotel is kind of fun). And you can't beat the Madonna Inn in San Luis Obispo for campy! Every room has a different theme; some are pretty, and some are so tacky, they're funny. You can view the rooms online.
There are lots of good hotel tips on VT.
if youre going all the way to las vegas then you should drive ~1 hour more to get to the grand canyon. totally worth it. the huge hoover dam is on the way, it's great to stop by and take a couple of pics of the giant concrete wall.
beware that you'll be leaving california to get to nevada and arizona. if you get a hired car, make sure the contract allows you to drive out of state.
Honeymoon's should be a special memory. A quiet time in the Santa Barbara wine country for a couple of days, with options of visiting a few wineries, quaint towns, and a full casino in Solvang, fill out time not spent in your room. One of the best rooms is expensive, but the tower suite at The Inn at Petersen Village would be a memory to last a life time. All the rooms are worth the stay, as well. Solvang is a miniature Danish village with many quaint shops and restaurants. It also sits in the middle of the regions wine country. See website: www.peterseninn.com for info on the Hotel, and website: www.solvangusa.com for the town. Congratulations and best wishes for a long and happy life together.
2079 N. Roemer Court, Santa Maria
801 South Broadway, Santa Maria
2061 North Roemer Court, Santa Maria
839 E Main Street
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Address: 801 South Broadway, Santa Maria, California, 93454, United States