We enjoyed our stay at the hotel. We had a nice northerly view of the ocean. The grounds of the hotel were beautiful and we enjoyed the lights at night on the property and with Pismo's beautiful sunsets, we thought we were in Hawaii with the swaying palm trees. We would stay there again for sure!
Traveller from Snoqualmie, WA
This retro chic Pismo Beach hotel is located on California's Central Coast in the Five Cities area, overlooking the Pacific Ocean.More
My wife and I stayed for one night, but would have stayed longer if we had more time. The has rooms with full views of the ocean, partial ocean views, and rooms without ocean views. Our room was a partial ocean view, but it was decent for the price. Also, it is a short walk to the common area where guests can sit enjoy an ocean view. However, the hotel sits on a cliff, so there is no sandy beach below, nor is there access to the ocean below from the hotel.
Traveller from California
Offering direct access to the beach, this Pismo Beach motel is 1.6 mi (2.6 km) from Avila Hot Springs and 1.6 mi (2.6 km) …More
This hotel is within walking distance to the beach. The hotel staff is amazing and tries its best to make customers feel valued. The hotel is currently undergoing remodeling so some rooms are better than others. The unique set ups in each rooms are different. We stood in a room that had 3 separate sleeping areas and a small kitchenette. The appliances were updated, beds are your typical Motel 6 beds. If you don't mind temporary outdated furniture and decor than I say this is the place for you. The easy access to the beach is the deal breaker. And its literal next to the famous Splash Cafe. Jarrod and his staff really go above and beyond to make you experience go well there.
Traveller from Bakersfield, CA
Located in the heart of Pismo Beach, this motel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Pismo Beach Pier, North Beach Campground, and …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.