If you’re looking for California’s legendary great weather, as well as fascinating architecture and cuisine, Santa Barbara may be for you. A Southern California gem, it’s home to beaches, mountains, botanical gardens, and indoor attractions like the Santa Barbara Museum of Art. From traditional Japanese kaiseki cuisine at Yoichi’s to crab cakes and little neck clams at Brophy Bros, here are A variety of cuisines to suit every taste.
The Santa Ynez Mountains and the Pacific Ocean adjoin each other, and the presence of white stucco buildings and red tile roofs add to the landscape a colonial Beauty. Coupled with the abundance of local plants and wildlife, this is a beautiful place to be – especially if you choose from our beachfront below! One.
Four Seasons Resort-BILTMORE Hotel
From $180 /night
Like other Four Seasons hotels, this resort is both a visual treat and a luxury getaway. Hovering just off the Channel Islands, you can overlook the Pacific Ocean from your bungalow or terrace. You should be secluded enough to enjoy all the nature, and maybe you won’t even hear the noise from the city – after all, you’ll be at the 22 acres of jungle plants and manicured gardens, plus tennis courts, swimming pools, high-end gyms and the quintessential relaxation spot! — onsite spa. Or, if you really want to splurge, ask for a Taverna Bungalow – a 2,000-square-foot suite with a queen bed and jungle solitude! The surroundings..
Santa Barbara Hotel
From $ 189 /night
Like its surroundings (and its namesake), the Santa Barbara Hotel’s interior is a mix of Spanish motifs and coastal chic! . Add to that palm trees, an outdoor pool, a bar and plenty of air and space and you have an attractive boutique hotel with just the Its beauty will melt away all your worries. If not, try relaxing in the outdoor heated pool or walk across the street to the beach. After your first night in Santa Barbara, you can rest with excitement knowing that there’s free breakfast in the morning at Convivo! Restaurant or better yet, on the terrace, with sea views on the side.
From $277 per night.
Another contender in the “beach atmosphere meets Spanish colonial” field, Hotel Milo is located between West Beach and the The popular Stearns Wharf neighborhood, (which is also near the aforementioned seafood joint Brophy’s). (It’s also near the aforementioned seafood joint Brophy’s.)Santa Barbara’s arts district, known as the Funk Zone, just a 10-minute walk away, but this hotel is another one with an inviting aesthetic. This time, expect blue-and-white hues and materials like rattan, wicker and bamboo to further evoke the calmness of the seaside. There are some amenities too – like two heated pools and a gym – but when you’re on a long train ride, the Relaxation and ambiance will be important when arriving exhausted – by the way, because the Amtrak station is so far away! Hotel Milo is only 10 minutes away.
From $190 /night
The good folks at the Marina Beach Motel have done the necessary math for you: this property is only “37 steps from the beach,” according to the Their website. This has to be West Beach (which is 400 feet away). East Beach is 1700 feet away – over 37 steps, but probably not enough of a walk to be worth complaining about. Marina Beach is also a more affordable option while maintaining quite a bit of amenities and style. Bike rentals, free Wi-Fi, HDTVs, and continental breakfast are a few notable perks, and pet lovers will be pleased! Know that the property is animal friendly.
VILLA ROSA INN
An affordable and friendly option, the Villa Rosa Hotel may not be shiny and new, but its nostalgic, unique décor 18 Rooms offer plenty of quaintness and comfort for worshippers. A continental breakfast is included in your room rate, as is an afternoon wine and cheese, which could be explored on foot! Relax after a day in Santa Barbara. The Villa Rosa offers great walkability to dozens of restaurants and two beaches. If you’re tired of spending time with people, you can relax in Villa Rosa’s outdoor pool and hot tub, located in In private gardens and courtyards.