We have stayed here twice. The first time we got the most expensive room which was a large corner room with a spa for two and a sauna. We had the greatest time and the bed was so comfortable! They have a lovely continental breakfast included with your stay in the morning with coffee, pastries, fruit and some other things. My husband would go get it for us and bring it back to our room. We were on the top floor and hear no noise from any other patrons. It was as if we were there alone. The second time we stayed, we got the more inexpensive room which was much smaller and had the spa in the bathroom as opposed to in the room by the fireplace. This time someone was above us and we could hear them running their spa. It wasn't horrible though but more noisy than before. We were close to the restaurant next door and late one night after the bar closed we could hear people outside fighting, drunk. The less expensive room had no robes and no VCR but still very nice, clean and comfortable. We would definitely go back again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Breakers Inn has graciously greeted guests for fifteen years. Dramatic and ever changing ocean views provide a breathtaking backdrop for your stay. Offering twenty-eight individually decorated rooms built on a cliff overlooking the mouth of the Gualala River and the Pacific Ocean. Along one of the country's most storied roads, the Pacific Coast Highway. Custom designed with European elegance, the inn is enhanced with large private decks, whirlpool spas, fireplaces, radiant floor heat, fine furnishings and artwork, kingsized beds, wet bars, microwaves, refrigerators, television and DVD players, free wireless internet, irons and ironing boards, hair dryers, beveled glass windows and copper roofs. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Breakers Hotel Gualala