Holiday Inn Express Santa Barbara
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHorsham Motor Lodge
The hotel is located in one of the historical buildings from 1917 and it is very special in that sense. The rooms are a little bit small, but they are nice and clean and provide what you ask and pay for. The breakfast is included and is pretty standard though it had scrambled eggs and saucage as the hot part of the breakfast
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