This is a nice place to stay while travelling Highway One. The rooms (located in cabins) are very large (large enough for families). They are not super-clean (a little dusty) but well-equipped. There are two little (gas) fireplaces which create a nice atmosphere. The food in the restaurant is good (dinner is way better than what you would expect from your breakfast experience which is "ok") and room service and maintenance (we had a little issue with the toilet and they solved it within minutes) both work well too.
There is a nice pool in the middle of the property.
The hotel is located close to the scenic route along the Pacific and within a short drive to Hearst Castle. Cambria is a cozy little town (within walking distance - but the path down there is not wheelchair accessible) with nice coffee bars and restaurants.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nestled on 25 wooded acres, Cambria Pines Lodge offers something for everyone. Accommodations range from rustic cabins to elegant suites. Amenities include an outdoor pool and spa, day spa, free parking, and free Wi-Fi. The Main Lodge offers an excellent restaurant featuring local wines, the Fireside Lounge with nightly live entertainment, and conference rooms with full-service catering, all surrounded by world-class gardens. The organic kitchen garden provides homegrown organic produce to the restaurant at Cambria Pines Lodge, while other areas of the theme gardens offer spectacular landscaping. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Cambria Pines Hotel Cambria
- Cambria Pine Lodge