Inn is on south part of bay, away from congestion. We loved the quiet area, the lovely view, and closeness to trails through the park. Room was very spacious, lovely balcony to watch the sunset. We particularly liked the gas fireplace that heated the room. Keurig machine in room was also a nice touch. Loved our stay.
We have 3 children and stayed in a luxury suite for 4 days and 3 nights over Thankgiving break. Our rooms were clean and bright. The children's room had two beds and a comfy fold out couch. Our room was spacious, had a fireplace, a small refrigerator, microwave and coffee maker. Both rooms had flat screen tv's with HBO and the Disney channel and both had small patios with views of Morro rock. Our rooms opened up into a small courtyard with a fountain and seating. The hotel is close to highway 1, but we didn't hear any highway noise at all. It's right by a park (walking distance), and a short drive from another. It's also quite close to Taco Temple (the best Mexican food in town). The hotel is also dog friendly. We didn't bring our dog this time, but will next time we stay...and we will be staying again. The staff was pleasant and helpful. We experienced a lot of rain on this trip, and we were grateful for such a comfortable suite to go back to each evening. The price was very reasonable. The continental breakfast was perfect for our needs.
The room was very nice and cozy. We arrived late to check in, but our key was waiting for us. Even though we forgot to turn in our breakfast order the night before, the staff was nice enough to whip up some breakfast last minute. Conveniently located walking distance from shops and restaurants. I'd like to stay here again.
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Made reservations for 3 guests, myself, my wife and her sister. For 3 people the price was reasonable. No, the hotel is not the Ritz, but it was clean and comfortable, plus it was close to the Embarcadero (one block) and Dorn's Seafod Restaurant was across the street. My wife and her sister dines there while I was meeting a college old friend whom I haven't seen for over 40 years (she lives nearby). Dorn's, according to my wife had the best seafood she's ever had at Morro Bay. The only bad thing was the elevator access in the parking lot was very touchy--your room key had to be swiped. Sometimes it took over 10-15 tries to open, sometimes it only took a couple of tries. Mentioned this to the front desk and they said they will clean the terminals, as no guest has told them about it (except us). P.S. The beds were very comfortable. I would have rated this hotel at least 3 stars, maybe 3.5 due to its great price for 3 people (2 queen beds).
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12 miles from San Luis Obispo, this boutique-style hotel offers all the modern amenities while retaining a coastal …More
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.