Ratings based on 63 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
5.0 Room cleanliness
4.6 Service & staff
4.6 Room comfort
4.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Daniel from Fullerton, CA
Beautiful boutique hotel and bistro!Posted Dec 4, 2013
A must stay if lodging in SLO. Friendly and helpful staff, very handsomely styled decor-wonderful balance of rustic and richness. cozy sitting areas with tufted leather couches, fantastic terrace with fireplace, incredibly comfortable beds/pillows, and we loved the shower. The attached restaurant has great food and wine, staff went the extra mile to make our anniversary date special, very friendly, hospitable and courteous. We will definitely be back.
for Everyoneby Amanda from los angeles area
Right down town SLOPosted Nov 6, 2013
Great place. Great food! Nice deck to sit and enjoy drinks.
for Everyoneby Ernie from Canyon Lake CA
Great LocationPosted Oct 23, 2013
Cons: The room lacked a stand for our suitcase and a desk to sit at when we used our laptops. The hotel lacks an elevator for access to 2nd floor rooms.
We were able to walk from the train station to the hotel through a pleasant residential neighborhood. The walk was only 8 blocks. The hotel is in the center of San Luis Obispo's shopping district. Good restaurants and shopping are right outside the door. The staff was friendly and the bed was comfortable.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Wouldn't waist my time anywhere else!!Posted Oct 2, 2013
Pros: Everything from the fireplace to free parking.
Cons: Wouldn't change a thing.
Location: It is centrally located in the heart of downtown SLO.
In the heart of SLO. Amazing personal touch at every corner including bikes to get around. The eatery and bar were both exceptional and have a variety of local wines and brews. Can't say enough about this gem. Wouldn't spend my money anywhere else in town!!
for Everyoneby leisure travel
Upscale hotel in swanky gem of little cityPosted Sep 24, 2013
1 night stay should have made it 2 . Lovely renovation of old building with nice touches . Especially liked morning coffee on rooftop patio
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Aug 30, 2013 on Hotels.com
This hotel was an azazing find. Loved the room-and exceptionally quiet.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
Posted Aug 5, 2013 on Hotels.com
Recommendedby A verified traveler
great hotelPosted Aug 3, 2013 on Hotels.com
Awesome, unique downtown hotel. Walking distance to everything.
for Couplesby Jenn from Long Beach
I think I may have been down graded. :(Posted Jul 31, 2013 on Hotels.com
Well, what a beautiful hotel! I thought the asthetics and design of the hotel were amazing. The linens are great, it's nice and quiet, great water pressure, rental bikes... just loved it.Having said that, there were 3 things directly described in my Hotels.com reservation confirmation email that didn't happen. 1- It promised HBO, and the hotel in fact does not have HBO. Normally it wouldn't be a big deal but we traveled on Sunday night True Blood night and we intentionally got back to the room early to get ready for our favorite HBO show. That was such a bummer!!!2- There was no city view like promised. 3- There was no fireplace like promised. it was in our description and was a big reason we chose this hotel. There was a shared patio that had one outside, but I guess all of the other rooms had one but ours. When we checked in there was a room 11 posted on our paperwork that was crossed out by hand, and a room 3 was written over it. Were we down graded? These all were things confirmed in our room description, so not sure what happened. It kind of ruined the experience because the friendly hotel staff just said, hmmm. maybe you were given that room because it had a few more square feet? No resolution or apology. Bummer.
for Everyoneby Sunnee from San Diego, CA
A gem in a prime location!Posted Jul 25, 2013
This hotel was perfectly located in the heart of SLO. The price I got on Expedia was very competitive and extremely reasonable for a boutique hotel. The rooms, although small, were immaculate. The front desk staff were friendly and genuine. Our room shared a quaint balcony with tables/chairs and a gorgeous contemporary, hanging fire place that added such a nice touch. The linens and complimentary bath products (C.O Bigelow) were top quality. The things that I thought may be negatives, depending on the importance that guests place on the following, are: - no elevator for the two story hotel with 15 (I think) of the 17 rooms being on the 2nd floor. - our room had no door to the shower/sink area, only a private toilet room. - the parking was hard to find to the rear and didn't appear large enough to accompany all the guests if the hotel is at capacity. - when we checked in and also out, the front desk staff was not present and we waited several minutes for service. - the front desk closes at 11pm and we were informed on the telephone we could not check in after that time. None of those were deal breakers for me - we didn't have large bags/luggage so the stairs were not a problem, I stayed with my spouse so the privacy wasn't an issue, we parked in the last spot available, the front desk girls were so friendly, I didn't mind waiting and we called to inform we were running late and made arrangements to arrive prior to 11pm.