we didn't originally plan on staying here but wanted to get closer to our final destination... they were wonderful - we stopped late and they still took the time to answer our questions and book a room for us. Super friendly and helpful, despite the time. The room was nice - a great view... and I wish we could've used the fireplace, which if we had time to sit with the balcony door open, we could've - but it would've been too hot for us. The bathroom was simple, but clean and nice and the jacuzzi tub would've been great for a relaxing night. The beds were comfortable and the rooms clean. We had to wake up early - before breakfast, but we were hopeful since we were close on time we might be able to grab something for the road. The door was locked so we dropped off the key and were going to head out, but we were asked if we needed anything and told to hang on, he was sure they could help. And sure enough, they let us get breakfast for the road. They went above and beyond to provide great customer service which made for a wonderful visit. Next time we're headed up hwy 1 - I would happily plan a longer visit here. Great views, great service, and nice rooms.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- **UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT** The Breakers Inn has graciously greeted guests for fifteen years. Dramatic and ever changing ocean views provide a breathtaking backdrop for your stay. Offering twenty-eight individually decorated rooms built on a cliff overlooking the mouth of the Gualala River and the Pacific Ocean. Along one of the country's most storied roads, the Pacific Coast Highway. Custom designed with European elegance, the inn is enhanced with large private decks, whirlpool spas, fireplaces, radiant floor heat, fine furnishings and artwork, kingsized beds, wet bars, microwaves, refrigerators, television and DVD players, free wireless internet, irons and ironing boards, hair dryers, beveled glass windows and copper roofs. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Breakers Hotel Gualala