Santa Barbara California Hyatt Hotel
The Santa Barbara California Hyatt Hotel, the first of its kind in California, has become a destination dining destination with programs that reflect the distinctive rhythm of the California coast. The café pays homage to historic Vista Mar Monte, and the new, modernized rooms and café with a menu that reflects the California coast have opened.
Café Lido offers light, accessible California Mediterranean plates, including marinated olives, charred shishito peppers and homemade rosemary focaccia. Cafe Lidos offers a selection of light and accessible California dishes - Mediterranean dishes such as marinated olives, chorizo, roasted red peppers and roasted garlic, as well as a variety of salads and appetizers, including marinara sauce, marinated olives, charred shishesito pepper, garlic and olive oil, fresh basil, red onions, tomatoes, basil and basil pesto or home-made rose marymas and focaccias.
The beverage program includes a robust wine list with local wines from Santa Barbara County and the Old World from around the world, as well as a variety of refreshing sips from local and international brands. It includes a selection of local wines from the USA, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Australia and New Zealand, as well as wines such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Merlot and Chablis.
The Lotusland Botanical Garden is open to the public, but the visit is limited by Santa Barbara County under a conditional permit. Other activities on the programme include a variety of outdoor activities such as hiking, picnicking, cycling and hiking, as well as educational programmes.
Next to the pool is a pool, and there is a bar and grill for casual breakfast and lunch, as well as a private dining room and bar.
The highlight of the dining room is the white-washed barrel vaulted ceiling with its dark wood panelling. It gives it a refined rusticity, while floor-to-ceiling windows let in natural light and frame the picturesque sea view.
The lobby of the Hyatt Santa Barbara is cosy and warm, and generally decorated with a mix of dark wood, wood paneling and natural wood accents. Spanish - style elements that highlight the space in a muted, earthy colour palette are complemented by exposed brick walls and terracotta floors. In the mirror of the rise and the flood, the hotel space flows from the Spanish-influenced ground floor to the upper floors and even into the lobby.
Guests are invited to enjoy local cocktails and appetizers, and toast a good day. Guests are invited to enjoy local food and beverages, including local craft beer and wine, local wine and beer, local cocktails and a toast to the day's activities at the Hyatt Santa Barbara Hotel and Spa.
While waiting for your room, stroll along Stearns Wharf, a 20-minute walk from the Hyatt Santa Barbara Hotel and Spa, and it's an ideal place to stay. Although undeniably touristy and kitschy, the jetty offers some of the best views of the city and great views of downtown San Francisco.
I would hesitate to suggest that the Hyatt Santa Barbara is within walking distance of the shops and restaurants, although it can walk on a nice day, but that is where it really shines. If you walk there for 15 to 20 minutes, you are in the heart of the city, and the hymn of Santa Barbara shines for me.
Santa Barbara, California, USA, is located in Santa Barbara County of the state of California on the Pacific coast of Southern California. The contiguous urban area, which includes the city of Santa Cruz, the city of Ventura and the county of Goleta, has a population of about 220,000. It is located in a southern part of San Luis Obispo County and lies between the steeply rising Santa Ynez Mountains in the north and west of Los Angeles County and Santa Clara County in the south.
The city is prayed for by the Hyatt, which is ranked 39th out of 52 hotels on TripAdvisor in Santa Barbara and the number one hotel in the country.
In addition, the hotel is one of the cheapest hotels in the country with its $15,000 Gold Passport points program. Last year, for example, I redeemed a $1,500 Hyatt Gold Pass and $2,300 Gold Card while on vacation in Southeast Asia. This is a great use of these certificates, especially since summer weekend prices start at $400 and go up very quickly from there. The hotel is a good choice for short and long term guests.
Overall, I loved the location and thought the Hyatt Santa Barbara was an efficient use of my Chase anniversary night. You can basically take a Holiday Inn Express to Haley's, where I usually stay in Santa Barcelona. Although I'm not sure if I'll return to Santa Barbara in the future (as the city is a bit downhill), I would definitely do a BWB night, especially since I had the opportunity to use my BWB night and didn't have to pay for it.