|"The beds are very comfortable!"||(in 11 reviews)|
|"Beautiful location very friendly staff"||(in 27 reviews)|
|"The room was very clean"||(in 29 reviews)|
|"Balcony facing park parking lot."||(in 10 reviews)|
|"Somewhat false advertising."||(in 2 reviews)|
|"Location smelled musty too many homeless poor a/c."||(in 21 reviews)|
|great location||in 99 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 67 reviews|
|close to beach||in 54 reviews|
|main hotel||in 52 reviews|
|room was clean||in 40 reviews|
|block away||in 36 reviews|
|front desk||in 30 reviews|
|house||in 30 reviews|
|parking lot||in 27 reviews|
|nice pool||in 23 reviews|
|santa barbara||in 22 reviews|
|bed was very comfortable||in 15 reviews|
|train noise||in 15 reviews|
|homeless people living||in 14 reviews|
|flights of steps||in 6 reviews|
|hyatt centric||in 6 reviews|
|false advertising||in 4 reviews|
Took one look at the building and went to the Hotel pictured on the web site to complain. Homeless across the street. Could not get into building. Security gate locked-the worst!!!!!!
Should change web site-a different hotel is shown. Not picture of the actual dump of a hotel.
Should be Called "The Hyatt Back House"
It was clean.
The "Santa Barbara House" is basically a converted apartment building by the 101 Freeway. Its around the corner, and full block away from the actual hotel complex. (Which is actually a nice, beachside hotel.) If you want to spend $200+ per night to stay in an old apartment building by a busy freeway, go for it I guess... If you'd like to stay in an actual hotel, try somewhere else. Honestly, Hyatt should consider selling that property so it can be converted back into an apartment building.
Santa Barbara house
Location is good. Best about the SB house is the park across the street if you bring dogs. Don't mind all the homeless and riff raff lingering around.
View out my window was of a dirty old roof and satellites dishes everywhere. Close hang drying outside next door. For the price point the room was well under standard.
It was very relaxing
The peaceful quite building, they have free ice by the rooms, coffe in the rooms, tv, everything you may need, and what ever you forgot to bring, they have there
Nice for a short stay
Walking distance to the beach. I stayed on a Thursday night so it was very quite and empty and felt very private. Bed was very comfortable.
Although the rooms have been renovated, the building it self needs updating. The railing at the main entrance is bent pretty badly and leans to one side (probably hit by a car in the parking). Parking has a tight turn around. The bathroom light is located outside the bathroom behind where the door swings so it makes it really hard to find in the middle of the night. The window AC unit can get a bit loud. I had a balcony that faced the park side instead of the ocean side and it was not a very good view. The rooms are nice but not much different from a Motel 5 and costs a lot more. There are no restaurants or bars within walking distance besides the main Hyatt.
Room 143 a disaster
Recent renovations were nice.
Our room (room 143) had some serious issues. Although a nice big room with recent renovations, the room is right next to/against the wall with both the front door and the elevator. The front door is a big metal gate, essentially, which slams and rattles every time someone comes or goes. This sounds is very loud in the room and actually shakes the wall, which is right where the headboard of the bed is located. Even worse is the elevator, however. The machinery or hydraulics for the elevator are in the wall and make a ridiculously loud noise everytime someone uses it. My wife and I got to the point where we couldn't help but laugh at how crazy this situation was. This room needs, at a minimum, sound proofing and probably more realistically needs to be changed to a non-room. Maybe a place to house the ice machine, which is just awkwardly in the hallway right next to the doorway of another room. I suspect many of these problems are unique to room 143 because of where it is located. But something really should be done to fix this.
You must check into the main hotel. No lobby at offsite location.
Great hotel/location for price but confusing
The hotel itself is very secluded with nice seems like newly renovated spacious rooms with nice bedding and bathroom. The hotel was fairly close to our destination (wineries in the funk district).
The hotel is actually a satellite for Hyatt Santa Barbara and is very confusing to get to/check in. You have to check in at the actual Hyatt Santa Barbara a street down from the "Park Side Inn" hotel (which they actually renamed to Hyatt Santa Barbara). There's no one at the Park Side Inn to check you in or give you any information on how to check in so we went to the actual Hyatt and asked the valet boy if this is where we check in for Park Side Inn, he looked at us like we were crazy (I believe he said "uhm.. no I don't know what Park Side Inn is... this is the Hyatt). Anyways, long story short, make sure yo go to the Hyatt Santa Barbara to check in first, and then go to Park Side Inn.
With a stay at Palmoro House in Santa Barbara (East Beach), you'll be a 1-minute drive from Santa Barbara Zoo and 5 minutes from Stearns Wharf. Featured amenities include a computer station, express check-in, and express check-out. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
based on 109 reviews
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Palmoro House is located at 424 Por La Mar Drive, 2.8 km from the centre of Santa Barbara. Santa Barbara Zoo is the closest landmark to Palmoro House.
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at Palmoro House.
Yes, Palmoro House offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Palmoro House does not offer free parking.
No, Palmoro House does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Palmoro House is 15.6 km from Santa Barbara. Palmoro House is 89.5 km from Santa Maria Public.
Yes, Palmoro House is a pet-friendly hotel.
Yes, Palmoro House has a pool on-site.