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My mom was visiting from Switzerland and absolutely loved everything about Solvang and our hotel accommodation. It was in a perfect location and we could walk everywhere. We will definitely be back.
Close to UCSB , Calle Real. Funky decor , all rooms have records and players,, Good coffee Wasn't aware of the extra $26 for " club" fee, for coffee, bikes, entertainment etc , but worth it!
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.
We had a lovely stay at Rancho Oso, it is set in the mountains with fantastic views. We stayed in one of the cabins which was nice and a reasonable size - the upstairs room isn't full height, so better for children. You can loan DVDs from the shop on site which is a nice touch. The pools are really ...
Santa Barbara is an outdoor city with a relaxed, upmarket vibe. It's a very dog-friendly place and you’ll find many wide open spaces, green parks and several beaches where your four-legged friends are welcome.
And while you’re enjoying your break, why not give your pet a pamper, too? You'll have a good choice of pampering pet spas and pet day care, grooming salons and gourmet pet-food stores as well as bowls of water and snacks outside some of Santa Barbara’s boutiques and restaurants.
Santa Barbara offers a range of pet-friendly accommodation in budget hotels, motels and inns off State Street downtown, to more upmarket chain hotels and inns near Stearns Wharf on the waterfront.
For a luxury weekend with your pet, head to the stylish suburb of Montecito, where swanky and pet-friendly beachfront resorts are within moments of Butterfly Beach, where dogs are free to run off lead.
Santa Barbara's pet owners benefit from several dog-friendly attractions and sprawling city parks. Book a hotel near Stearns Wharf, the historic wooden pier turned entertainment and dining hub, and it's a ten-minute walk from the beachfront Chase Palm Park.
Less than two miles west from the Wharf is Shoreline Park, another popular dog-friendly park with a skate park, whale-watching area and kids' playground. While a mile further west lies Hendry's Beach, a quieter beach and the only beach in Santa Barbara where dogs are welcome to run off lead.
Pets are very much part of the family among residents in Santa Barbara. The many coffee shops, casual SoCal cafes and more upmarket bars and restaurants dotted around downtown and Montecito welcome well-behaved dogs in their gardens and terraces.
Or head to the hip district of Mesa, where you'll find many small-batch coffee shops, neighbourhood bars and restaurants, who will happily welcome your pet.
From cheap hotels to upmarket beach resorts, use Expedia's search tools to find the best deals on Santa Barbara's pet-friendly hotels.