The fair weather and beautiful beaches of Santa Barbara, California, are largely responsible for its billion-dollar tourism industry, prompting resorts, hotels and other real estate properties to set up shop in the city.
Santa Barbara Rentals – Some Options
A notable portion of housing units in Santa Barbara are occupied by renters. The monthly rate of Santa Barbara rentals, specifically vacation homes, range from $1,000 to $3,000. Luxury vacation rentals near the beach are pricier. Villa D’Vine has weekly, monthly and nightly rates at three nights minimum with prices starting at $250. Its amenities include three fireplaces, two patios, wireless Internet and a fully furnished Viking kitchen. Also among the highly recommended Santa Barbara rentals is Casa Tranquila, with two bedrooms with ocean view windows, two baths, three high-definition television sets and a deck overlooking the ocean with teak lounge.
Santa Barbara Apartments – Overview
La Colina Gardens on 4099 Foothill Road has an 87% positive rating from customers online, commending primarily the safety of its location. The building offers one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units with three bathrooms at most. Prices vary from more than $600 to roughly $3,500. One of the Santa Barbara apartments that was recommended by 77% of users on the website Apartment Ratings is Villa Flores Apartments, located on East Anapamu Street. Each unit has one bedroom and one bathroom priced at $1,350. More Santa Barbara Apartments with consumer reviews can be checked out on other Internet sites, including Apartment Guide, which shows information on the community where the property is situated.
Santa Barbara Resort – Selections
The extravagant Four Seasons Resort – The Biltmore in Santa Barbara has six different types of guest rooms and nine kinds of suites and cottages. This Spanish style resort also has a spa, a restaurant specializing in California coastal cuisine and special dining events such as a moveable feast picnic and romance on the Riviera dinner. Bacara Resort and Spa boasts of blue skies and waters as well as a mix of Spanish and vintage Hollywood influences. Its rooms are divided into one-, three- and four-story villas. The manors are surrounded by gardens and stunning views of the ocean. This luxury Santa Barbara resort has three restaurants, three bars and a Spa cafe.