The Lemon Tree Inn is the Official Hotel of the Santa Barbara County Bowl. This amazing outdoor Amphitheater located in the Santa Barbara foothills nearby. The Bowl has hosted performances by Sting, Robert Plant, Jack Johnson, Tony Bennett, Rod Stewart, ZZ Top, and many others.
Remodeled in 2006, the Lemon Tree Inn has 96 guest rooms and suites surrounding a beautifully landscaped, one-acre tropical courtyard.
Guests unwind with a leisurely swim in our sparkling pool, relax with a soak in our hydrospa, and enjoy room service or patio dining at The Crocodile Restaurant and Bar.
The world famous Crocodile serves breakfast , lunch and dinner every day and Brunch every Sunday. Our chefs prepare Charbroiled Steaks and Seafood as well as a host of pastas, local favorites, vegetarian and kids meals. Fresh locally grown organic produce and herbs make the Crocodile a unique and affordable surprise not often found in hotel dining. The Crocodile also offers premium liquors, beers and local wines for our guests pleasure. Watch your meal prepared in our display kitchen or dine under the stars on our Patio.
Thank you for staying at the Lemon Tree Inn. It is an honor to have you as our guest.
We are dedicated to making your stay with us extraordinary.
- Private Balcony Pool
- Jacuzzi/Hot Tub Coffee Maker
- TV/VCR Phone
- Linens provided High Speed Internet
- Cable/Satellite TV Air Conditioning
- Private Patio
All of our modern guest rooms include: , , King-size or two queen beds , Patio or balcony , Proximity to pool, courtyard and dining terrace , 32-inch lcd Sony television, digital cable, and movies , In-room climate control and air conditioning , Sony AM/FM alarm clock radios, , Make your stay special with an upgrade to our Superior, Deluxe, Executive, and Luxury guest rooms, or our 2-bedroom Suite. Ask our reservation specialist about the following amenities: , , Wet bar , French doors to large patio or balcony , View of our tropical courtyard , Private Jacuzzi hot tub , Ceiling fans , Oversized rooms , , The Lemon Tree Inn also provides these exemplary guest services: , , Wireless Internet service available throughout the complex , 24-hour Front Desk Concierge , Express Checkout , Free Parking , Handicapped Rooms/Facilities , Meeting/Banquet Facilities , Pool/Spa and Sundeck , Restaurant/Bar and Room Service , Laundry/Valet Services , Hairdryers Available
- Wildlife Viewing Horseback Riding
- Camping & Hiking Windsurfing
- Waterskiing Swimming
- Surfing Snorkeling/Diving
- Sailing Parasailing
- Jet Skiing Fishing
- Boating Theaters / Cinemas
- Spa Sightseeing
- Shopping Restaurants
- Museums Golf
Places to Visit, , Santa Barbara is a small town and that's the way we like it! It means that our world-class events and attractions are not crowded. Here are just a few of the places to visit, but you can ask any native about their personal favorite or check out The Independent, the weekly entertainment newspaper on Thursdays, and have a great experience in Santa Barbara., , Santa Barbara Zoo. Get wild! Check out one of America's best small zoos--with lions and tigers, giraffes and elephants, gorillas and sea lions, and the rest of the 600 animals--overlooking the Pacific. Playground, carousel, picnic areas and miniature train rides for the kids. , , Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. Eleven oak-shaded acres in the historic Mission Canyon featuring easy nature walks, a life-sized blue whale skeleton, planetarium, and The Lizard Lounge with live reptiles and amphibians. , , Ty Warner Sea Center. Enjoy the hands-on tidepool encounter. Crawl through a tunnel inside a 1,500-gallon aquarium. Be an oceanographer for a day and take an ocean sample, view sea life close-up through video magnifiers, and test water quality. Daily 10am-5pm. 211 Stearns Wharf., , Sierra Club Hiking. Explore, enjoy, and protect the planet with Los Padres Sierra Club half-day hikes led by locals. Take a hike in the mountains overlooking Santa Barbara and the ocean, or into the Santa Ynez River Valley. San Rafael Wilderness hikes are in a designated wilderness area, and don't forget the beach for an easy hike for everyone. Most weekend hikes meet on upper State Street to caravan to the trail head. , , Kid's World. If your kids need some extra exercise, this 8,000-sq. ft. playground is a community-built, multilevel big toy of your child's dreams. It's in a two-block park with picnic areas and plenty of shade trees. Alameda Park, Santa Barbara and Micheltorena Sts., , Stearns Wharf. Enjoy the breeze and watch local fishermen off-load the morning catch. Take advantage of the colorful shopping and mountain and shore views, or fish from the end of the pier. Sample some of the county's best wines and fresh seafood, or visit the Sea Center (see above). See whales' tails or dolphins in the surf (It could happen!). Have your fortune told. Take a breathtaking parasail high above or rollerblade along the waterfront. Located where State Street ends at the ocean. , , Santa Barbara Botanic Garden. The Garden offers a number of self-guided and docent tours among their native central California flora and fauna, to the Mission Dam built by Chumash Native Americans, and through a grove of ancient redwoods. Families can purchase a booklet in the Garden Shop for $1 which offers mystery-solving activities for kids to learn about California habitats. Open Mon-Fri, Mar-Oct 9am-5pm, Nov-Feb 9am-4pm and one hour later on weekends. , , The Santa Barbara County Courthouse. Called the most beautiful government building in America, the Courthouse occupies a full square block downtown with sunken gardens, an elevator to the 85-foot clock tower for unforgettable views, and noteworthy architecture and ornate tile work throughout. Free tours 2pm daily except Sunday. Additional tours at 10:30am Mon, Tues and Fri. 1100 Anacapa St. (805) 962-6464, , Santa Barbara Mission. Even if you miss the Courthouse and the Wharf, don't miss the Mission for a look at the history of the city--from Chumash land to Spanish land grants to American homeland. From the steps of the Mission you can see a panoramic view of the city, and the rose garden across the street is a favorite with photographers, and families with kids and a Frisbee to throw or a picnic to eat. 2201 Laguna St. , , Santa Barbara Museum of Art. The SBMA is one of the leading art museums on the West Coast, with a permanent collection and traveling art shows spanning 5,000 years of creativity. Interactive art studios are great for the family and evening events are hot happenings downtown. , , Lobero Theatre. This charming Spanish-style venue features exciting and diverse modern dance, ballet, jazz, lectures, classical music, opera and contemporary music performances., , Soho. Live music & dining & dancing seven nights a week. California cuisine 5:30-10pm. Happy hour Mon-Fri 5-7pm. Jazz Mondays 6-10pm. Late night menu Fri & Sat 10pm-Midnight. Patio dining available. , , Shopping, , Shopping is at the heart of Santa Barbara with downtown State Street as the main artery. Meandering side paseos (alleyways) lead to a myriad of local boutiques with something for everyone's taste, restaurants of all flavors, and sidewalk cafes to wet your whistle. The Downtown Electric Shuttle is only a quarter and takes you from Sola and State Streets to the waterfront and back every ten minutes (with bus stops at every block in case you notice the perfect shop)., , Paseo Nuevo. This charming open-air promenade with winding paseos has many eclectic restaurants, four movie theaters, Macy's and Nordstroms, and over 50 unique, upscale boutiques from bébé to Banana Republic, and from Abercrombie & Fitch to This Little Piggy Wears Cotton. State St. between Ortega and Canon Perdido Sts. , , Santa Barbara Arts & Crafts Show. Established in 1965 by local artists, this show was inspired by the sidewalk art shows of Europe. About 250 county resident artists display their original drawings, paintings, graphics, sculpture, crafts and photography in an informal atmosphere that encourages visitors to talk with the artists about their work. Stearns Wharf to East Beach on Cabrillo Blvd. , , La Cumbre Plaza. One of Santa Barbara's premiere shopping destinations, with more than 60 boutiques and restaurants, plus Robinsons-May and Sears. The main breezeway has water fountains, benches and flowering landscapes for a pleasant shopping experience. At State Street between Hope and La Cumbre Sts., , Day Trips, , The country surrounding Santa Barbara is incredible. The most common destination is our beaches, but within 30 minutes you can find yourself wine-tasting in the /Sideways/ wine country; playing Texas Hold?em at the exciting Las Vegas-styled Chumash Casino Resort; shopping in Solvang, the charming Scandinavian village, whale-watching out in the middle of the ocean on the Double Dolphin; or rejuvenating at Bacara, a world-class luxury beach spa resort. See our complete selection of Southern California and Central Coast day trip brochures at the front desk.
Santa Barbara Hotels - Lemon Tree Inn, California > Santa Barbara
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Lemon Tree Inn, California > Santa Barbara ID: 89773