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Coast Riders Inn

9450 Castillo Drive
San Simeon, CA 93452

(888) 497-4337

http://www.coastridersinn.com/

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Overview

Description

Coast Riders Inn in San Simeon, California, welcomes you to stay during your next Highway 1 getaway. This independently owned motel offers respite to travelers taking the road trip of a lifetime along the Pacific coast.

Location

Visitors will find much to do in and around San Simeon. Many people discover this quaint, coastal town while visiting the world famous Hearst Castle. The famed property was developed by publisher William Randolph Hearst and played host to many famous guests in its heyday. After your tour of the Castle, plan to spend some time exploring the other notable attractions here. The elephant seals are a unique sight to behold as they lounge on the sandy beaches. Wine tasting is also popular in the region with Hearst Ranch Winery in town and several other tasting rooms in nearby Cambria. The weather here is generally mild so outdoor activities are popular, including hiking and cycling.

Rooms

Coast Riders Inn is a traditional two story motel that focuses on providing great service. The rooms here are comfortable and include hard surface flooring. All rooms include a flat screen TV and coffee maker. You will be cozy with in-room heating and air conditioning. The King Room with Sea View is always a popular choice. Other options include a Deluxe King Room and Deluxe Double Room. There are Family Suites with 2 queen sized beds available as well. Accessible rooms include a King Room with Roll-In Shower.

Amenities

The amenities at Coast Riders Inn include a continental breakfast each morning. Rooms include flat screen TVs, coffee makers and complimentary bottled water. The property has free WiFi and a hot tub for guests. The front desk staff are multilingual to ensure good communication. There is plenty of private parking available as well. This is a smoke-free property.

Features

  • Business Center/WiFi
  • Kid Friendly
  • Smoke Free Premises
  • Views