Lodging in Santa Barbara, California (IV)

Lodging in Santa Barbara, California (IV)

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Santa Barbara is the county seat of Santa Barbara County, California, located in Southern California. If you’ve planned a tour of the Central California Coast, then Santa Barbara is definitely the best overnight destination. This articles series will reveal everything you need to know about lodging in Santa Barbara, California:

 

Lodging in Santa Barbara, California: Fess Parker's Wine Country Inn – Luxe quarters in an Old West town

 

Hitch your hoss, soak in the tub and sit by the cracklin' fireplace at this upscale lodge in the heart of Los Olivos, owned by relatives of Fess Parker (Davy Crockett and Daniel Boone on TV way back when). 

 

It's a good choice for overnight lodging if you're touring the northernmost wine trails and/or if you want to mosey around Los Olivos and sample wines and foods at the tasting rooms that line the main avenues.

 

All 20 luxury rooms (plus one suite) have fireplaces, wet bars and Wi-Fi. The complex also houses a wine shop, a day spa and a California-Greek restaurant — Petros Los Olivos, the SB County outpost of famed Manhattan Beach chef Petros Benekos. 

 

Lodging in Santa Barbara, California: Four Seasons Biltmore – Beachfront queen since 1927

 

The posh Spanish-Mediterranean Biltmore Hotel opened in 1927 just above Butterfly Beach. 

 

Today's Biltmore, owned by Beanie Baby mogul Ty Warner and managed by the Four Seasons group, shines from a recent top-to-bottom makeover that restored rich historical detail and added a host of modern-day amenities.

 

The hotel includes 178 rooms, 17 suites and 12 cottages, the ocean-view Bella Vista Restaurant, Ty Lounge, plus a spa with 10 treatment rooms, a pool and gardens. 

 

A stay here includes full privileges across the street at the historic Coral Casino Beach and Cabana Club.

 

Lodging in Santa Barbara, California: Hot Spots Reservation Service – Lodging connection for Santa Barbara and beyond

 

Need a place to hang your hat for the night? Call Hot Spots and they'll help you choose an option in your price range and make reservations. They answer the phone 24 hours a day, every day, so you don't have to worry about having to sleep on a sidewalk in the middle of the night. 

 

Hot Spots' territory covers Santa Barbara County, Ventura and parts of San Luis Obispo County. 

 

Hot Spots also operates a 24-hour espresso bar and visitor information service on lower State Street near Stearns Wharf.