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Everything was good at this hotel room included nice room and staff I would recommend this hotel to family and friends
Nice small hotel with a great location. Room was very small which was ok but would not want to share with another person. No AC which shouldn’t be a problem for most of the year, I hit it on a very hot day. Clean room. Overall nice stay.
We use this hotel when we visit Santa Barbara. It’s clean, in a nice area, walking distance to shopping areas & restaurants. The staff is excellent; continental breakfast offers delicious omelets aside from the usual continental menu. Has pool & jacuzzi. AND it’s reasonably priced.
Went for a girls weekend with my mom. Room was nice, some rust & grime on shower door, but nothing too bad. Didnt have the "do not disturb" sign on the door & the maid just walks in, no knock on the door, or "hello maid service" or anything. & it was before checkout time....so make sure to have your ...
We were disappointed in the breakfast. We were hoping for more healthy options. I would suggest home cooked oatmeal, instead of sugary packets. Whole wheat or whole grain bread, soy milk, and yoghurt, more fresh fruit (organic if possible). Vegetarian options in the hot food - potatoes, stewed tomatoes, ...
Stay in palm-lined Santa Barbara for miles of white sand beaches, a hip surf scene and great city parks – all suitable for kids.
Santa Barbara offers a variety of B&Bs, inns and international chain hotels, all catering for a family crowd. For family-friendly hotels with swimming pools, gyms and restaurants, head to hotels around Stearns Wharf or the stylish suburb of Montecito, where some hotels offer kids' clubs, bike hire and babysitting services. <.p>
For family-friendly hotels near Santa Barbara's many beaches, head out to the quieter coastal towns of Goleta and Carpinteria, home to Carpinteria State Beach, regarded as one of the safest in the US.
Maybe spend the morning hanging out on East Beach, then a ten-minute stroll east is the Santa Barbara Zoo, regarded as one of the best small zoos in the country. Or head to Shoreline Park in the Mesa District. A perfect spot between the ocean and the city, it has a kids' playground, a Japanese garden and a whale-watching area with a telescope.
Santa Barbara was first inhabited by Spanish Missionaries back in the 1600s. Get the kids learning about California's missionary history with a visit to the iconic Mission Santa Barbara. Perched on a hill a mile from downtown, this beautiful pink-and-cream church has a fascinating mission-era museum and a Chumash art gallery.
After a day on the beach or feeding the giraffes at the zoo, head back to your family-friendly Santa Barbara hotel for a rest, before heading for dinner at Stearns Wharf, the city's famous wooden pier-turned-dining and entertainment hub. While you’re there, say hi to the resident sea lions and brown pelicans.
From quaint beachfront inns to swanky five-star resorts, use Expedia to find the best deals on family-friendly hotels for your next stay in Santa Barbara.