Someone stayed here and didn't like it, so said that positive reviews are fakes. No, people have different experiences and expectations. We stayed here for two nights, at the very last minute at the beginning of abalone season.
My husband looked at the room before deciding to stay. The motel is an old motor-court style - I think people would be misled by "Inn and Spa." There are 22 rooms, all on the first floor. Ours had two queen beds. The room was clearly older but it was by no means dirty. We never turned on the TV so don't know or care if it worked or not. The vanity and sink were in the back of the room, with the WC and shower-tub in a separate room, larger than they usually are with this arrangement. The room key is an actual key on a plastic fob that gives the name and address of the place, as well as the room number, so don't loose it.
Our beds were clean and very comfortable. I'm a stomach-sleeper, so I appreciated the squishy pillow.
Because all the rooms are on the ground floor facing the driveway, you probably don't want to leave the windows open at night. Unfortunately, because our vanity and sink were across the back wall, there was no window there. So we opened the window in the WC to get some fresh air while we slept. Both the room and the WC have separate electric wall heaters, so they warmed up fast when we got up.
We didn't see much sign of a spa, except for the nutritionist who has an office on the grounds, and a closed-off area that looked as though it might be a small pool or jacuzzi.
We paid $89 for our room, which was good value for money.
If you are looking for an "Inn" or resort or spa experience, this isn't the place for you. If you want a basic, comfortable Travelodge or Best Western type of accommodations at a good price, you shouldn't be disappointed.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We have beautiful grounds and quiet, has great accommodations. Remodel rooms with Hot Tubs and Fire Place. Rooms with Kitchen. All rooms have a Refrigerator, a Microwave, and in-room Coffee. Wireless Internet. Walking distance to Beach. Less then 1/2 a mile to Botanical Garden and Noyo Haror. Close to Shopping area, Light House. Fishing. Diving. Has cleaning station with barbecue and picnic tables. Packages for Skunk Train, Whale Watching, North Coast Fishing, Trail Rides, and Botanical Garden. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Coast Inn And Spa
- Coast Motel Fort Bragg
- Coast Hotel Fort Bragg