This is a great family hotel. It has nice, but not excellent amenities. The room is plenty large. You are paying for the location. The hotel sits on a cliff above the ocean. You have a 5 minute walk to the beach and 10 minutes down the beach to the town of Pismo. Everything was clean and fresh. The pool is a little small for the size of the property, but fine for younger kids- my teenagers were only interested in the beach. I would recommend hiking inland in the mornings and beach in the afternoon, as the fog doesn't really clear out until noon. The farmers market in SLO on Thursday evening is a definite must. Bring a volleyball, as the beach has plenty of nets set up. Perfect beginner waves- Pancho's has boards and wetsuits reasonably priced. Honeymoon Café and Cracked crab were great for lunch. Skip the Cool Cat- the location is enticing but the food average. Dinner in SLO is worth the trip. Ciopinot and Naked Fish are excellent.
Traveller from CO
In the peaceful coastal community of Pismo Beach, this intimate all-suite inn is 1 mile from the pier and 100 yards from a …More
If you want a quiet ocean view with luxury this place is prefect. The hotel is little over a mile from busy downtown. In addition, we were able to charge our electric car since they have a Tesla plug and a generic ev plug. The rooms are spacious with all the amenties.
Traveller from Sunnyvale, CA
Nestled on the beach, this Pismo Beach hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Margo Dodd Park, North Beach Campground, and Pismo …More
“The Clam Capital of the World,” Pismo Beach is a popular spot for golfing, bicycling, hiking, tennis, horseback riding, swimming, and scuba diving. The city boasts the 1,200-foot Pismo Pier, which is a popular spot for walking, fishing, and viewing sunsets. Pismo Beach’s Monarch Grove is home to as many as 25,000 butterflies during the annual October to March migratory season.