Came in at about 7pm on Thursday July 2nd. Was greeted by a young lady who real is on top of the ball in customer service. Polite and cheerful and really made you feel welcome. The room was more than I expected a real pleasant surprise. The young lady in the breakfast area was once again a professional who was very pleasant. I am going to recommend this Hotel to anyone visiting the Morro Bay area. It is a shame that you can only give it a 5 it is a ten in my book. PS I had 23 years in the industry prior to retiring , and would hire both young ladies at the San Diego Zoo Global. You need to groom both for high er responsibilities. Thanks for making it a pleasant stay at the end of two weeks and 3000 miles of travel.
"Imagine a family run B&B, but it is a quaint motel"
Quiet, quaint, comfortable motel rooms. Charming, clean. Some with gas fireplaces. TV with HBO. Free WiFi that works! Run by a super friendly family. Breakfast served on a tray and brought to your room. Outdoor firepit (gas) for evening sits. Great location, only a couple blocks from the ocean front and close to all of the stores and restaurants. Or, walk a block up to Main Street for more.
We loved it there and will definitely come back!
Traveller from Los Angeles
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A Central California fishing village, Morro Bay was named for its famous landmark, Morro Rock, which was discovered by Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo in the 16th century. Home to birds, sea mammals, and fish, the community is an animal lover’s paradise with a mild climate year-round. Hearst Castle is 28 miles to the north.