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I stay here often because we have family and business in the Santa Ynez area. I am always treated well, the rooms are newly renovated and in very good mid century modern style, my room has an Eames chair, and it is a very easy in and out.
Had a nice stay and enjoyed their continental breakfast and its putting greens. Pool was clean and would have liked to go in it, but it was too cold during our stay.
This place is a great find! Staff is friendly and very helpful. The room was clean and pretty. There is a wardrobe in the room instead of a closet. It was nice to close the door on everything. We stayed here 3 nights and will be back. The only drawback was the card keys were really touchy and wouldn’t ...
The rooms are dated but amazingly enough the beds were very comfortable, and the place was very clean. Nice Staff, and they even use real keys to open the door to your room. Make sure you return the keys to front desk before you leave! They have a nice continental breakfast in the lobby- simple but ...
We were looking for a place where we could relaxed and look at pretty scenery and this was it. So comfortable and private, yes with all the help we wanted. I am recommending the place to everyone I know.
I was impress with the clean bath room, nice pillows, and clean floors. I would stay here again. We only had one issue. They allow large dogs to stay at this Quality Inn and two dogs started barking in the hall way at six in the morning. Also, the breakfast area is small and a persons brought their ...
A hundred miles north of LA on the Southern Californian coast, Santa Barbara is a popular stop en route between LA and San Francisco. Known as the American Riviera, it has a warm, Mediterranean climate, beautiful palm-lined beaches and a sophisticated shopping and dining scene.
Thirty miles from the Santa Barbara coast is the Santa Ynez Valley, with five towns, over 100 wineries and the legendary Chumash Casino and resort. While gambling is heavily regulated throughout California, the Chumash Casino is built on the Native American Santa Ynez Reservation, which is exempt from US gambling laws.
For a spot of gambling, you can’t go far wrong at the Chumash Casino, with poker, roulette, blackjack and slot machines on offer. While you’re at Chumash Casino, see if you can catch some live entertainment in its theatre which attracts big-name acts such as Olivia Newton-John.
Aside from gambling, you could enjoy a top-notch meal at the popular restaurant or relax with some traditional Chumash therapies at Chumash Casino’s full-service day spa.
Aside from the Chumash Casino Resort, there are several hotels in Santa Barbara and the Santa Ynez Valley with gaming facilities. Other accommodation in the Valley include roadside inns, family-run B&B and budget hotels in the small towns of Solvang and Buellton are all within easy reach of the Chumash Casino Resort.
A highlight of any trip to Santa Barbara is the Mission Santa Barbara, a mile north of downtown. This historic 18th-century pink-and-cream church was built by the Spanish missionaries who arrived here in the 1600s. The working church now houses a fascinating mission-era museum, a sacred garden and a Chumash art gallery.
The Santa Barbara County Courthouse is also well worth a visit. Climb the 85-foot-high tower for a birds’-eye view of the city and out to the Pacific Ocean.
The Santa Ynez Valley is the heart of the Southern Californian wine country and has over 100 vineyards and wineries, many of which offer tours and tastings. For quaint B&Bs and inns, head to Solvang, a charming European-style town with a long Danish heritage and hotels near Santa Barbara’s casinos.