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Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara
The rooms were clean and comfy. The wine evening service and the breakfast were lovely. I thought the beds a bit too soft but the linens and amenities were nice.
Our mattress was very old and misshappen. It was replaced after one night..however, this should not have happened in the first place..
Super friendly staff, newly remodeled bathroom, wine & cheese hour, clean room, late check-out, free parking & Internet, spacious room - they gave us the largest room! Couldn't sleep well because of the street noise - cars, motorcycles, delivery trucks, garbage pick-up
Beautiful place near the harbour. The hotel is located near the 101 road so too much traffic (continuous flow of cars and trucks going through).The place is definately too expensive for the location.
So much to love about this inn... Offers an old Santa Barbara charm-early 20th century design that has been well mainted. Staff was exceptionally friendly and knowledgeable of the area (dining, wining, and local history). Continental breakfast in the morning and wine and cheese in the afternoon. Free beach cruiser bikes for use while staying and a vast selection of DVDs for viewing (also free). Complete with pool and hot tub (importantly hidden from street view. Just off the beach within easy waking distance to art, music, wine, food, Santa Barbara train station and fun (aka "the Funk Zone"). Loved our stay! Only suggestion is to include an updated cutting board for the kitchen. Original equipment is usually great but not in this particular case.
Large room, comfortable beds Location near park with large amount of homeless people but close to the pier where we had dinner. We decided to drive, however, eventhough we could have walked due to the neighborhood. Continental breakfast was O.K.
Walking out of my room and seeing the beach just across Cabrillo was swell. It made it easy to watch the sun set.
The location is very close to the watefront and a short cab ride from downtown The front desk staff was incredibly rude and the rooms are generally pretty crummy for the prices that you're paying. Everything in Santa Barbara is pretty pricey this time of year though.