The Madonna Inn
California

The Madonna Inn first opened its doors and its astonishing individual rooms to the public in 1958. The rooms were each styled by the Inn's founders Alex and Phyllis Madonna.

The Madonna Inn in San Luis Obispo, California, photo (c) Donna Dailey

The Madonna Inn, Photo (c) Donna Dailey

The Madonna Inn's Remarkable Rooms

From American Beauty to Yosemite Rock, the Madonna Inn has 109 uniquely decorated rooms, with an extraordinary range of styles. You can imagine that the Caveman Room and the Buffalo Room are vastly different from the Bridal Falls or the Love Nest, so it's important to check out the website where all the rooms are shown in detail, and make the right choice. Some have balconies, some have fireplaces, rocks or waterfalls, and some are wheelchair accessible.

Madonna Inn: Facilities

For dining, the Madonna Inn offers the casual Copper Café and Pastry Shop, or the smart-casual fine dining of the Gold Rush Steak House, where you can also get a seafood dinner as well as the specialty oak-pit-barbecued steak. There's also music Wednesday-Monday nights, the Silver Bar Cocktail Lounge, and a Classic Gourmet and Wine Shop as well as other shops.

The Madonna Inn has a European-style pool, exercise room, spas, and the Expo Center, where stars like Willie Nelson have performed.

More Information
Madonna Inn
100 Madonna Road
San Luis Obispo, CA 93405
Phone: (800) 543-9666 or (805) 543-3000
Fax: (805) 543-1800







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