We arrived after the Hearst Castle, only 35 minutes away. When we got there, the front desk was ready and we got in our small but comfortable room fast. The manager gave us excellent ideas for beer drinking and breakfast (Frankie and Lola's) and we rested on the nice King size bed for a little while and went out. Came in, slept great, got up, ate and left. A quicky. But the place is nice, and for a day or two stay is just fine
Traveller from San Francisco, CA
Our newly restored Inn where classic coastal cottage meets contemporary continues to offer wonderful charm and personal …More
We only stayed one night, had king bed w/ view room. The jacuzzi is indoors and very nice. The complimentary breakfast was great- hard boiled eggs, waffle maker, coffee, juices, tea and pastries. Small town but a lot of cool galleries and we got to see some big sea lions lounging on the dock at night. We were just stopping for one night to make the drive from SF to LA a little easier. Would stay here again.
Traveller from LA
The Embarcadero Inn invites you to stay on the working waterfront of Morro Bay, one of the few remaining fishing villages in …More
We were pleasantly surprised at the cleanliness and condition of our room. The place was spotless. Almost everything in the room (refer, tv, bed, bedding, microwave, etc,etc) was new. The bathroom was of good size and CLEAN!! The towels were like new.
This hotel is not right on the bay but it took no more than two minutes to drive to the tourist section of Morro Bay. Having stayed at other local hotels in the area, I highly recommend Morro Shores Inn and Suites .
Continental breakfast is to be forgotten. Parking was plentiful and room was standard o.k. WiFi worked well.
It was Wednesday night. They could haven given us an ocean view instead of the parking lot view. They weren't very busy.
Traveller from Redlands
12 miles from San Luis Obispo, this boutique-style hotel offers all the modern amenities while retaining a coastal …More
You could spend more for fancier but I have stayed here 4 times and always come back. Hearst Castle, Golfing trips, Monterey, I always stay here. I am picky about clean and for a hotel that allows pets this place feels cleaner than those that don't. Good job !
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.