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We stayed here for one weekend night on a Saturday. The rate was $350! It was not worth it. We had the suite with the jacuzzi tub and were told we could only use the jets until 10pm. Everything was outdated. The bed was hard...More
The room was clean enough except for some mold spots we found on the bedspread. The motel was full so there was a fair amount of noise. Had to call a couple times to quiet down the children in the room over head. It sounded...More
Stayed here 1 night the Saturday before the 4th of July. Quick and easy check in. Room was on the 1st floo. Nice room with basic amenities. The location was the main reason we stayed here for a last minute family trip. Easy walk to...More
I planned a stop in Santa Cruz to see a friend, and looking for a place that is dog friendly, OPL came up. The location is between the downtown area and the boardwalk so walking to both was easy. Keep in mind, this is a...More
Room had smell and decor was very worn. We had busy weekend in Santa Cruz so thankfully we were not in our room much and the location of this place is perfect for spending time in Santa Cruz. Easy walk to Pier and Boardwalk. Pool...More
US$135 - US$402 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Based on my own experience---I traveled a lot with three kids, each two years apart---it depends on the age of the children. If they're still relatively small, like preschool, I doubt if three kids sharing a single bed would... More
Based on my own experience---I traveled a lot with three kids, each two years apart---it depends on the age of the children. If they're still relatively small, like preschool, I doubt if three kids sharing a single bed would be a problem. What hotels don't like is when guests try to sneak in more adults and teens than there are beds to a room. It's a violation of the fire code, which hotels are on the hook for if the guests are caught. That said, the Ocean Pacific Lodge is a family-run hotel; I'd talk to the manager if you have any doubts. Chances are they'll be flexible, but for older children they may insist you rent an extra folding bed.