First off, hotel value is good. Clean, well thought out design, good service for not so much money. However, if you're looking for "boutique", this isn't for you.
The hotel is located near (if not next to) the train tracks. We didnt hear much noise but probably because we got there after the trains stopped running.
Rooms are on the small/Euro side but well designed, if a little cramped. Ours had a small patio outside but didn't use it. THis was also the same side as the trains.
Parking was ample next door. Restaurants were a few minutes walk up and down the street. Beach was perhaps 6 or so walking blocks away.
Think of this as a great motel/hostel. I'd stay for a day but probably not for longer than that.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel Indigo Santa Barbara blends historic splendor with sophisticated design and offers eco friendly, artful lodging steps from the Funk Zone, Stearns Wharf, and Urban Wine Trail. Contemporary art, colorful murals, and a plant-filled living wall grace this 41-room boutique hotel. Guest rooms feature spa-inspired showers with Aveda products and the smaller footprint characteristic of environmentally friendly lodging. Select rooms have private outdoor gardens and mountain views. Facilities include a business center, fitness room, boardroom, and MCASB Satellite art gallery. Stay in the heart of art at Santa Barbara’s hottest new address! ... more less
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