Hotels in Santa Barbara

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Free cancellation

Flexible bookings on most hotels*

Where to stay in Santa Barbara?

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Find out more about Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara is a walkable location known for its wineries and cafes. Activities like cycling give you a chance to enjoy the outdoors while you're in town. Nature lovers can visit Leadbetter Beach and Cabrillo Pavillion. While you're in town, don't miss a chance to see sights like Santa Barbara County Courthouse and Arlington Theater.

Frequently asked questions

Can I book a refundable accommodation option in Santa Barbara?
If you want the flexibility to change your plans to Santa Barbara, most hotels offer refundable* rates that you can book. You can see these accommodations by searching our site and using the “fully refundable” filter to narrow down the results.
Where can I stay in Santa Barbara if I want a holiday rental instead of a hotel?
If you want to find a good alternative to a hotel, review our selection of 583 holiday homes. In addition, there are 91 apartments and 61 condos.
What will the weather in Santa Barbara be like during my visit?
The warmest months in Santa Barbara are usually August and September, with an average temperature of 18°C. January and December are the chilliest months, when the average temperature is 12°C. The rainiest months are February and January.
Why should I book my Santa Barbara hotel with Hotels.com?
There are plenty of reasons to book your Santa Barbara travel with us: our free cancellations on selected hotels* gives you the flexibility you’re looking for, our Price Guarantee ensures that you always get the lowest price and our Rewards programme lets you earn reward nights and save cash.

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