See why so many travelers make Los Padres Motel their motel of choice when visiting San Luis Obispo. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Dallidet Adobe and Gardens (0.4 mi) and Ah Louis Store (0.7 mi), guests of Los Padres Hotel can easily experience some of San Luis Obispo's most well known attractions.
As your “home away from home,” the motel rooms offer a desk, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to newspaper while staying at Los Padres Hotel. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
If you’re looking for a cafe, consider a visit to Madonna Inn Copper Cafe, Del Monte Cafe, or Big Sky Cafe, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Los Padres Hotel.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular canyons such as Cuesta Canyon County Park.
At Los Padres Motel, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to San Luis Obispo.
I visited their properties twice this month; Stayed across the street at their sister property, the Villa Motel in a "Suite" (reasonable size for 2), and the Los Padres Motel a week later-Room 3. Both properties need to redux their bathroom's in these rooms... Great prices, but...otherwise, conveniently located to walk downtown!
Have stayed at Los Padres quite a few times over the last few years. Vir keeps a wonderful place to stay at and enjoy beautiful SLO. Rooms are impeccable. The entire experience is completely top notch. Next time you might be traveling to SLO give Los Padres a try and I’m pretty sure you won’t be disappointed
This place is barely a motel, it’s just a run down apartment complex with the kitchens gutted out to make space for extra beds. It’s overpriced, any savings you think you are making staying here because it’s barely cheaper than other options is not worth it. It’s dirty, loud, and the wifi is the worst. I heard every word the people in next room said all night long. There are massive cracks in the walls. Their super econo lightbulbs font even turn off all the way and have a sickly orange glow all night. There were mosquitos flying around. The front desk is fused to the side of over stuffed garages with blaring TV’s in them. I felt like I had to crash at a pal’s trash studio apartment. They do less than the bare minimum here. Do yourself a favor and skip this place.
Came into town later than anticipated and all hotels were wanting $300 + for the night and I was told nobody had rooms left. I know we became a bit desperate but we were charged $290 for the night.This wouldn't have been so bad if the room had been ok. However the door had a manky bit of stained glass in it and was ill fitting and in need of replacement. Inside was straight out of the 80s it can't have been touched since then dirty chipped paint a massive old tv with rubbish picture, the curtain wanted throwing away and there was an old iron with no ironing board ??? The table and chairs must have come from the local dump nobody else would want them especially a hotel. I can't begin to describe the curtain in the bathroom it was disgusting. The thing was a piece of material about a foot square how much would it cost to replace it just shows the owners don't care. Everything about this place is outdated, unloved and they charged $290 for it don't waste your money.…
Very affordable place to stay within walking distance of the centre of San Luis Obispo. The building is pretty old but reasonably clean (except for the hair in the bath tub drain!) It seems they’re closing for renovations which are clearly much needed but we found the place to be everything we needed for our one night stay passing through.