This is a nice independently owned hotel located on a rocky beach in Crescent City, CA. For an independent it had decent accommodations and the location was scenic. It’s within walking distance to a sandy beach. The rooms were a good size. I was a little disappointed in that I paid for oceanfront and although my room faced the ocean side because we were on the bottom floor there was no walkout and you didn’t wake up to an ocean view. Be sure to ask for the 2nd or 3rd floor. The beds were very firm. The free breakfast was good. No eggs but we had waffles, potatoes and sausage for hot and cereals, toast and pastries for the cold side. The indoor pool and hot tub were nice and not very crowded.
Traveller from Alexandria
Situated on the beach, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Battery Point Lighthouse, B Street Pier, and Beachfront Park …More
The only complaint was how loud the shower was, it was a high pitched screeching noise...other then that, staff was awesome getting me a last minute room my second night (wasn't planning on staying). Rooms were super clean. Thank you!! I'm sure I'll be back and stay there again....fix the shower head in room #308 😊
Traveller from Hood River
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Ocean World and Crescent City Harbor. Beachfront Park and …More
The room was not clean. The carpet needed cleaning and the bathroom floor was sticky, which tells me that it was mopped with dirty water. I do have to say that the bed and pillows were WONDERFUL. The best we have seen in many years of travel.
Situated on the waterfront, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Ocean World and Crescent City Harbor. Beachfront Park …More
In the northern parks area, Crescent City Information Center is near Jedediah Smith and Del Norte Coast Redwoods State Parks. Summer tidepool walks meet at Enderts Beach near the Crescent Beach Overlook, just south of Crescent City, while the 101 leads to the unpaved Howland Hill drive through Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park, featuring trails, coast redwoods, Mill Creek, and Boy Scout Tree.