Embarcadero Inn

Address: 456 Embarcadero Blvd., Morro Bay, California, 93442, United States | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located on 456 Embarcadero Blvd., Morro Bay, is near Morro Rock, Central Coast Outdoors, Morro Bay State Park, and Museum of Natural History.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Embarcadero Inn Morro Bay

    We'd definitely come back!


    What a delightful place and great location. We had a fabulous view of the rock from our balcony. The staff was more than helpful and we received a nice note and a discount offer a few days after we got home.

    It is the best. But why am I sharing this?


    The Embarcadero Inn is a wonderful place to stay for any occasion or none at all. We have ran away for a quick romantic weekend and for longer family vacations. Over the years we have grow to depend on "Morro Bay" for our fun/relaxation destination and the staff at the Embarcardero Inn have always been there to ensure that we had a wonderful stay. Of coarse their excellence and the hotels increased popularity has made it necessary to plan further in advance because now everyone wants to stay at The Embarcadero Inn!

    One of the Best Finds in California


    We stayed at the Embarcadero in August of 2003. The hotel is excellent!

    The rooms were large and very clean. We had a great deck and a wonderful view of the rock. We would definately stay here again.

    THE place to stay in Morro Bay


    What a pleasant surprise! The staff was friendly and helpful, the room was large, clean and well appointed. Many thoughtful little ammenities, such as paper towels in the rooms, real glasses and coffee mugs (not your standard Best Western plastic) and windshield washing stations in the parking garage.

    This is what life is all about!


    My husband and I have stayed at this hotel for the last 15+ years for the December boat parade. It is one of our favorites. The staff is wonderful. The view is fantastic and the extras, fireplace, video players, refrigerators, microwave and complimentary popcorn are an added touch. Although the boat parade weekend is usually sold out because of us regulars, I would suggest anytime in the winter months for your visit.

    Great stay, great view


    This is a great place for birdwatchers and nature lovers. Tons of stuff to see at Morro Bay's bird festival, and the Inn has a nice nature library with local guide books, a spotting scope for viewing the bay, and they even loan binoculars to the guests! We'll definitely be back!

    Nice little spot


    We stayed here one night on our trip up the coast. The view of Morro Bay and the rock is great from the third floor. The hotel itself is homey and comfortable. Extra touches such as extra coffee packets, a video lending library, and a gas fireplace in the room make for a pleasant stay.

    Embarcadero Inn - Best View, Best Service!


    I loved my room with a view! I would wake up in the morning, pour a cup of coffee and sit on my balcony and watch sea otters play in the bay. Very friendly and helpful staff made me feel at home. I'll be back often!

    Great view of the rock!


    5 star if you stay on the third floor and the resident crane isnt docked out front blocking the view! Great continental breakfasts and USA TODAY. 2 romantic hidden spas.Fireplaces w/balcony. Dont miss the sauteed surf clams down at THE Galley restraunt they are to die for!

    Very nice hotel


    This hotel is very nice. So nice I've stayed there twice! The rooms are very clean. One of the best hotel rooms I've stayed in. I love the electric fireplace, it made the room homey. The hotel is right on the embarcadero so you have a great view of the bay and the rock, I personally like the sound of the sea birds too. The staff was also very friendly and accomodating. The only draw back is that is that the price is a little on the steep side but it is worth it. If you have the money splurge on this hotel!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Embarcadero Inn Morro Bay

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Morro Bay

    Doing the twists (and the turns) of Highway 1

    A travel blog entry by johntrip2015 on Sep 10, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... room, just steps to the watrerfront and a view of Morro Rock from my window.

    17. Mad GPS one more time. Genius GPS Ginny this time took me on a 2 km detour from the highway, through the centre of Cayucos, and then back to the same highway. This time it added only a couple of minutes to the trip. I think Ginny hallucinates detours or accidents ahead. Cayucos seemed quite nice - maybe Ginny wanted me to see the town.


    Day 15 - Morro Bay

    A travel blog entry by jannals on Jul 26, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... hungry. We had planned to eat out tonight so, after a shower to extricate most of the sand off Morro Beach, we headed back into Morro Bay. It's a lovely place, small and not too touristy, but with plenty of eateries along the dock front to cater for all needs. Our intention was to go for something cheap and cheerful but, "sod that!", Jonathan wanted a steak! Therefore, the four of us opted to go to the Great American Fish Company. Situated on ...

    A Little Surprise in The Giant Forest

    A travel blog entry by watsonrtw on Oct 15, 2014

    1 comment, 40 photos

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    The Southern Stretch of Big Sur

    A travel blog entry by stebbsntoneman on Aug 13, 2014

    13 photos

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    Cold S'mores

    A travel blog entry by pattusmaximus on Jun 22, 2013

    4 photos

    ... slap-dash camp set up under the towering cliffs and asked if I planned on camping there tonight, to which I proudly answer that I am.

    "Well, and not to say that you didn't know already, but we're supposed to have some wicked high tide tonight,", Johnny says with a carefully chosen tone as to not offend me if I knew the risks of the area, "you can see where all that dry kelp by your tent that was washed up there by last night's tide."

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