Salty Sister at Morro Rock, Morro Bay's new hotel, opened this month and is the epitome of the waterfront boutique hotel experience! When you stay at a Morro Bay boutique inn it is more than just a room. It is a vacation activity in and of itself.
Here are 5 reasons to pick a waterfront Morro Bay boutique hotel:
1. Helps you get to know the destination
Sometimes you step into a lobby and lose your sense of place -- you could be anywhere. But Morro Bay hotels hold onto their essence at every turn. A staple of the California coast, redwood can be found throughout the suites at Front Street Inn & Spa. And at Estero Inn you can enjoy another local product - central coast wine, with complimentary wine tastings at the wine cellar just up the block.
2. Location, location, location
Because boutique hotels have a smaller footprint, they are often found right in the middle of all the action. In the case of Morro Bay, you can find most of them at our waterfront. The Anderson Inn, for example, is located along our waterfront district among shops and restaurants with uninterrupted views of Morro Rock. And 456 Embarcadero is located on the quiet end of the embarcadero just steps to the boat launch and the National Estuary.
4. Expect personalized attention
Because there are a small number of guests, you are not treated as just a number. There is friendly service around every turn in Morro Bay.
5. No two properties are the same
Forget the cookie-cutter, instead think interesting layouts, amenities and designs. Because of the diversity, you are bound to find a place that is perfect for your group -- check out the Inn at Morro Bay for large group accommodation. And Salty Sister allows guests to rent out portions or the entire property as you own private vacation home. You can also find kitchenettes, grills and full kitchens to make your group feel at home. Harbor Front Suites and La Roche Suites even offer onsite parking garages for additional comfort.
With nearly 40 hotels, come find your perfect waterfront Morro Bay experience!