Hotels Offer Reduced Rates for Evacuees

Emergency Lodging Begins at Under $100

The Santa Barbara Visitor’s Bureau has released a list of hotels offering reduced rates for evacuees, complete with phone numbers and reduced rates for evacuees. It’s available here.


Rates and stay pattern maybe subject to availability, please contact individual hotels for more information. These rates do not include taxes.

Under $100.00

Beach House Inn & Apartments, 805.966.1126
Best Western Carpinteria Inn, 805.684.0473
Cheshire Cat Inn and Cottages, 805.569.1610
Coast Village Inn, 805.969.3266
Embassy Suites Hotel, 805.735.8311
Hotel Santa Barbara, 805.957.9300
Inn at East Beach, 805.965.0546
Inn of the Spanish Garden, 805.564.4700
Marriott Santa Ynez Valley, 805.688.1000
Radisson Hotel Santa Maria, 805.346.8879
Santa Barbara Hotel Group, 805.687.5511


Ballard Inn, 805.688.7770
Casa Del Mar Inn, 805.963.4418
Eagle Inn, 805.965.3586
Holiday Inn Express Hotel Virginia, 805.963.9757
Hotel Oceana, 805.965.4577
Orchid Inn at Santa Barbara, 805.965.2333


Bacara Resort & Spa, 602.740.8806
Harbor House Inn, 805.962.9745

Monthly Rates

Sunset Shores Condominiums, 805.684.3682


Prufrock’s Garden Inn by the Beach, 805.566.9696 (50% off)
Villa Elegante, 805.565.4459 (20% off)

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