This hotel has its ups and downs, but I would definitely stay here again. The hotel is right in the downtown area, although this is a sleepy little town. Close enough to walk down hill to the waterfront embarcadero which has a lot of nice little shops and restaurants. A big plus is an inside elevator, which for the age of the hotel is not a given. I found the staff to be very friendly although there was no one there at check in time (just a sign saying would be right back). I got this room through a last minute Priceline deal so the price was right!. The decor is a bit outdated in a country Victorian style, walls need paint..but the beds were comfortable and the room was clean. There is a breakfast which comes with the room which was adequate, cereals, yogurt, a waffle maker etc. but short on condiments (artificial creamers, sugars)...and there is a wine tasting in the PM which quite a few people were enjoying. Some rooms have balconies, and fireplaces (fake gas one but fun), and jacuzzi tubs although I had only the fireplace. My room also was a bit noisy being over the breakfast/wine tasting area, you could hear everything if you were in the bathroom but in the main room it was quiet, even with it being an adjoining room. So, get a good deal and enjoy the famous and charming Morro Bay Embarcadero!
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