Visit Santa Barbara’s Third Night Free Deals Offer Destination-wide Savings

Tuesday, Oct 05, 2021 0

Home to breathtaking beaches, soaring mountains, verdant vineyards and an incredible variety of outdoor dining outposts, Santa Barbara, Calif., is making it easy for travelers in search of a socially distant getaway with the return of a destination-wide Third Night Free offer presented by Visit Santa Barbara.

Nearly two dozen participants—ranging from independent, boutique hotels and economy properties to larger, luxury resorts—offer a third night free when two or more nights are booked. Properties include the stylish Hotel Californian, newly renovated Mar Monte, and the beach-side Ritz-Carlton Bacara Resort, among others. The offer is valid on travel now through early summer 2021. (Note that travel period and blackout dates vary by property.) Bookings must be made by June 30, 2021. Overnight rates start at $107 (plus taxes and fees) per night.

As of January 26, 2021, Santa Barbara is welcoming back visitors for leisure travel stays at hotels, as well as outdoor dining at restaurants and breweries, outdoor wine tasting, indoor and outdoor spa services, and other socially distant activities, with COVID-19 safety protocols in place. For the latest information on travel conditions and ways to travel more safely in Santa Barbara, go to Visit Santa Barbara’s travel advisory page.

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the properties are taking extra precautions to help visitors feel comfortable and relaxed while on-property, including new cleaning and safety protocols. Many properties are also California Hotel and Lodging Association (CHLA) Clean + Safe Certified members. For details on how to safely travel and experience Santa Barbara, please see Visit Santa Barbara’s Healthy Traveler Guide.

For more information and to book a third night free, please visit santabarbaraca.com/savvy.

ABOUT SANTA BARBARA
Santa Barbara has been called “The American Riviera” by travelers for nearly a century. Nestled between mountains and the Pacific Ocean, and surrounded by undeveloped coastline, Santa Barbara is a self-contained paradise. The city’s distinctive Spanish-influenced architecture (red-tile roofs, white adobe walls) and lush landscape evoke the topography and aesthetic of the European Riviera—with a carefree California spirit. Simultaneously sophisticated and bohemian, easy-going and energetic, Santa Barbara welcomes visitors with relaxing resorts and hideaways, outdoor escapes, world-class wineries, arts and cultural attractions, and a hyper-local food scene.

Santa Barbara is located just 92 miles north of Los Angeles along California’s Central Coast. Visitors can arrive via scenic Highway 101, train, bus or by flying into Santa Barbara Municipal Airport (SBA) or Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). For travel information and to request a free visitors magazine, visit SantaBarbaraCA.com.



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