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We absolutely adored our stay at the Hummingbird Inn recently. The Inn is located on the eastern outskirts of town, but you’re just a walk away from a great massage place off Ojai Ave going west. Take Ojai Ave further east and you’ll end up...More
This is an old fashion drive up motel style inn with all the doors outside. The rooms are pretty big for this price range. The room we stayed in had a small kitchenette with a microwave and a small hotel style refrigeration that worked. The...More
Ojai has a lot of boutique hotels and no national chains so most hotels have character. this is no exception and is a cute little inn with large clean rooms. NOT a resort destination with phone to office room service or a bar to hang...More
I chose the Hummingbird Inn as it was close to Santa Barbara, looked to be in a nice town and didn't have quite the eye-watering price tag of SB properties. The online photos also made it seem quite boutique style. I was looking forward to...More
We spent 2 nights here because I wanted a change from the usual coastal towns. The rates were reasonable through Booking.com. The room was spacious, with hardwood floors and comfy beds. The room might have been remodeled recently so it looks nice, especially the sink...More
$96 - $207 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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When I was there in October 2014, there were three working bikes parked out front that were complimentary for guests to use. Two others were parked there but broken. My sister and I used the working bikes for about an hour... More
When I was there in October 2014, there were three working bikes parked out front that were complimentary for guests to use. Two others were parked there but broken. My sister and I used the working bikes for about an hour to explore the town. They were serviceable, but I wouldn't recommend them for a bike trail. They are *NOT* mountain bikes, just land cruisers. Keep them on the pavement.