Would stay again, room clean comfortable and staff was very helpfully.More
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- Breakfast included
Would stay again, room clean comfortable and staff was very helpfully.MoreShow less
Thank you for taking the time to review our hotel and for the positive feedback. At our Super 8 we take pride in delivering a great guest experience and invite you and your family back any time and look forward to serving as your host in the future.
Got into Santa Barbara Airport after midnite because of flight problems. Searched the internet and found this Super 8 to be a mile away from the airport. After the day we had we didn't care where we stayed. VERY NICE! Older Super 8 the has been taken care of and upgraded. Office was locked at that time of night. Girl let us in and fixed us up with very nice room with a king size bed. Room looked like it has been recently remodeled. Nice bathroom, carpeting, newer mattress, flat screen and furnishings. Didn't get a chance to use it but there was a nice outdoor pool. Very clean property. All the staff we saw were very nice and courteous. Very good continental breakfast. Great surprise for a Super 8 Motel. Highly recomend.
I don't think I've ever stayed in a Super 8 hotel, even after 50 years on the road, but when I looked at the fares for Santa Barbara hotels in general on Trip Advisor as we drove that way from L.A., ninety six bucks made a very "modest" hotel with outside room entryways look like theRitz For some reason or other I was struck by a brass plaque on the wall to the right of the desk: "This hotel is owned by Oliver Dixon" it declared; not Consolidated Everything, Inc, LLC, Ltd. etc., but a guy named Oliver Dixson. I think Mr. Dixon should teach a masters class in hotel maintenance and management at the University of California campus just down the street
Here's the short version of this opus: The bathroom is huge, spotless and everything works.
The bed was at least as comfortable as my own, the carpet was new enough and the window was clean. I didn't expect much, I guess, but here's what I got: a very clean, not unpleasant,
totaly adequate hotel room in a place up to its' hips in dough for less than a hundred bucks.
Mr. Dixon, I salute you and the ladies and gentlemen who maintain your hotel.
the smallest and barest room anywhere: a monk's cell maybe. At $153/night.
I spent less money the following night at the Marina del Rey Hotel in Marina del Rey, in a luxury ocean-view room!!!
Hotel room just adequate for two people for one night,but could become claustrophic after a while.Jon on reception very helpful and friendly.No fridge in room,Possibly available,as only there one night did not bother.
Sizzlers is at 5555 Hollister Ave had steak but not up to the usual Sizzlers standard.
Cost for 1 Queen bed for 1 night was $108.41 ( seniors rate )
The hotel as a whole is looking " tired " and in my opinion could do with a bit of a face lift. But sufficient for the one night.