7 Amazing Places To Stay Overnight In Southern California Without Breaking The Bank
Finding anything economical in Southern California is always a bit of a treasure hunt, especially when it comes to lodging. But if you do a little digging you can definitely find some wonderful places to stay that won’t break the bank. Here are seven locations that we’ve scouted for you that offer an amazing overnighter in SoCal and are also easy on the wallet at the same time. Take a look and I bet you’ll be inspired to go on a mini holiday.
1. Britt Scripps Inn -- 406 Maple Street in San Diego CA
If you want to stay in a San Diego city landmark then Britt Scripps Inn is your perfect option. This boutique bed and breakfast is housed in an historic home that was built back in 1887. Not only is the property a stunning place for an overnighter but it's also located in the perfect spot within minutes of Balboa Park. Rates are low as $100 per night and include a delicious breakfast.
2. Les Artistes Inn of Del Mar -- 944 Camino Del Mar in Del Mar, CA
Lodging in Del Mar that won't break the bank? Yep! This artistic gem offers the best of both worlds -- easy access to the heart of Del Mar village where you can eat, shop and play to your heart's content and lodging that's easy on the wallet. Plus, the rooms are extremely charming and designed after famous artists. Far less than most lodging in Del Mar, you can expect reasonable rates that start at $135.
3. Arrowhead Pine Rose Cabins -- 25994 California 189 in Twin Peaks CA
Snuggle up in a cozy cabin during the autumn season at this quaint and charming hideaway only ten minutes from Lake Arrowhead. You'll be surrounded by nature right outside your cabin with towering pines all around you. An overnighter here starts at less than $100 per night during the weekday and less than $160 on the weekends so go ahead and splurge for a second night.
4. The Riviera Palm Springs, A Tribute Portfolio Resort -- 1600 North Indian Canyon Drive in Palm Springs, CA
Please note, The Riviera Palm Springs, A Tribute Portfolio Resort is now known as Margaritaville Resort Palm Springs.
When you go to Palm Springs, part of the delight of being here is staying in a place that takes you back to the mid-century charm and elegance of the Frank Sinatra days. This hotel definitely delivers on that expectation. Even better, with rooms starting at just $100 per night during the weekday, you can lounge by the pool at the Riviera Palm Springs and splurge on food and fancy drinks with all of that money you are saving.
5. Cinema Suites Bed and Breakfast -- 925 S. Fairfax Avenue in Los Angeles
This spot located in the heart of Los Angeles is a rare find. Not only is it located near everything you could possibly want to see and do including tons of restaurants, The Grove, LACMA, and other popular destinations, but it's one incredible bargain with rooms starting at only $100 per night depending on the day of the week you are traveling. Plus, parking is free which is a rarity most anywhere near central LA.
6. Casa Laguna Hotel and Spa -- 2510 S. Coast Hwy in Laguna, CA
For less than $175 per night you can have a luxury stay at Casa Laguna Hotel and Spa that will make you feel like a million bucks. Located in the heart of Laguna Beach, you will be close to everything you could possibly want to see and do in this charming town. Your stay also includes a hearty continental breakfast in the morning.
7. Arroyo Vista Inn -- 335 Monterey Road in South Pasadena, CA
Located in one of the most beautiful areas outside Los Angeles, The Arroya Vista Inn in South Pasadena combines southern charm with refined elegance. Doesn't that porch just make you want to sit and sip iced tea all day?! Nightly rates start at $175 per night with frequent discounts and specials with lower rates depending on the month.
Don’t these spots look amazing? Have you ever had the chance to stay at any of these locations? Let us know in the Facebook comments which place you want to try first. For more lodging ideas in Southern California take a look at these
8 unique places to stay in SoCal.
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