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Beautiful room. Has new fridge and microwave But no coffee maker. Tub needs to re do grout around it. Sink looks like in rest area in the high way. No counter to put your toiletries. Need to update bath window or put dark curtains. Needs new energy saver air conditioning.
Great hotel, close to shops and university. On site laundry for guests. Free on site parking. Staff were lovely and very helpful. Would definitely recommend - especially if travelling with children.
This place has seen better days. The carpet was ripped, the room didn't smell fresh and there were ants all over the air conditioner and crawling on the floor nearby. It was okay for the price and location but a little maintenance and updating would make it a much better place to stay.
Beautiful grounds. Great beach access. The two on site restaurants get busy, so make reservations, especially for dinner. Some of the villas are close to a very busy street, so ask for a quitter villa at check-in.
Known as the American Riviera, Santa Barbara has a warm, temperate climate and over 300 days of sunshine each year, which makes it an ideal destination for golfers. There are six 18-hole golf courses in Santa Barbara County, including four within 30 minutes of downtown.
Book an upmarket inn or hotel near Santa Barbara's chic suburb of Montecito and you'll be within easy reach of the championship golf course at the Montecito Country Club. Down the road, the relaxed beach town of Goleta, where you'll find three- and four-star chain hotels, has two championship courses. Tee off at the Sandpiper Golf Course for amazing ocean views, or head to the sophisticated Glen Annie course, which is popular with Santa Barbara's celebrity set.
Santa Barbara County is renowned for its fantastic wineries, but it also has a burgeoning golf scene. Head 18 miles north of downtown to the edge of the Los Padres National Forest on the way to the Santa Ynez Valley, to a championship golf course built on the historic site of the Rancho San Marcos.
There are also select resorts in Santa Barbara County withchampionship golf courses onsite. Visit the boho town of Ojai, a 35-mile drive from Santa Barbara on the fringes of the Los Padres National Forest, where the legendary Ojai Valley Inn and Spa is renowned for having one of the best golf courses in the county.
After a day on the green, head back to your Santa Barbara hotel for a rest and a drink in the bar, before venturing out into downtown's Funk Zone – a vibrant arts community just south of State Street. While you’re here, enjoy an urban wine trail through Santa Barbara’s best wine-tasting rooms.
If you've booked a golf hotel or inn in the Santa Ynez Valley, take a guided bus or bike tour and tastings around some of the county's 100 wineries.
From rural golf resorts to smart downtown hotels, use Expedia's search engine to find the best deals on golf hotels in Santa Barbara.