A fixture in Santa Barbara history books, this downtown Victorian hotel has been operating continuously since 1871. No doilies, frills, or flowered wallpaper...more
More than 20 years ago, Linda Sue and Glyn Davies turned their 1870s Italianate Victorian home into a B&B, raising the bar for inns everywhere. While the...more
Welcoming guests since 1893, San Ysidro Ranch has long been an elite hideaway: John and Jacqueline Kennedy honeymooned here, and it was the wedding site for...more
Hidden in a quiet residential neighborhood three blocks from State Street, this white adobe boutique hotel with a red-tile roof has a plain exterior that...more
This beachfront hotel may only be a motel makeover, but it's a good one, with perky, beachy decor by model-turned-furnishings-maven Kathy Ireland. Created from...more
In privileged Montecito, this exclusive Spanish colonial–style 207-room resort is more than a beachfront Four Seasons—it's been a glamorous Santa...more
The Canary (formerly the Hotel Andalucia) is the sister hotel to Shutters and Santa Barbara's newest downtown luxury hotel after reopening in 2008 following an...more
Just a few miles up the coast from Santa Barbara, on 78 beachfront acres, the whitewashed collection of buildings known as the Bacara Resort & Spathink...more
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