Pacifica Hotels: Famous Californian Beach Accommodation
Founded in California in 1995, Pacifica Hotels is a chain of full-service boutique hotels mostly along California's Pacific Coast. It has several hotels between San Diego and San Francisco, including two in Santa Barbara. The Pacifica brand focuses on offering unique hotels and inns in prime coastal destinations and welcomes leisure travellers, families and business guests alike.
Stay with Pacifica Hotels in Santa Barbara
Pacifica Hotels is renowned for offering a highly personalised service and stylish or relaxed rooms. During your stay, you can expect top-notch service, heated pools, restaurants and bars, plus a host of free perks from hot breakfast to WiFi. Some of Pacifica’s hotels are pet-friendly.
Beach Hotels in Santa Barbara
Book a room in a Pacifica Hotel just south of downtown Santa Barbara and you'll be moments from both the Amtrak station and the Reagan Ranch Center, a museum and art gallery dedicated to Ronald Reagan.
It's also a short stroll from the picnic areas and volleyball courts on East and West Beach, the beautiful palm-lined Chase Palm Park and Stearns Wharf, a historic wooden pier with modern seafood restaurants, waterfront bars and friendly sea lions.
If you're staying in Santa Barbara on business, or just prefer somewhere away from the city, book a Pacifica hotel in nearby Goleta, a quieter beach town ten miles west of downtown. The hotel is within walking distance of the suburb's laid-back bars and SoCal restaurants on Hollister Avenue, and it’s not far from ¬the University of California's Santa Barbara Campus and Santa Barbara Airport.
Stay near Santa Barbara's Nightlife
After a day at the beach or exploring the city's museums and sights, head back to your Santa Barbara Pacifica hotel for a refreshing swim in the pool, or venture out and enjoy the popular SoCal restaurants off State Street. Don't miss an evening in the nearby Funk Zone, a hip arts community with pop-up bars, diners and art galleries, and the home of the Urban Wine Trail, a self-guided tour of the city's smaller wineries and tasting rooms.