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Seacrest Oceanfront Hotel

Seacrest Oceanfront Hotel, Pismo Beach, California

Our rating: Medium

A short distance away from award-winning golf courses, wineries and the undulating Oceano Dunes, the SeaCrest sits atop an oceanfront bluff in five acres of grounds, with direct access to the white sands of the beach below.

Outdoors, the hotel offers a heated pool overlooking the Pacific, three hot tubs, barbecue and cosy fire pit areas as well as a spectacular rooftop terrace whilst inside, the 158 retro-style rooms are refreshingly unique in décor and boast the latest amenities including microwave, fridge, coffee maker, iPod docking station, flat panel HDTV and complimentary wi-fi.

Whilst the hotel does not have its own restaurant, the Pier shops and Restaurant Row at Pismo Beach are within a short walk; complimentary coffee, iced tea and freshly-baked cookies are available throughout the day in the hotel lobby.

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