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The room we had was clean but is in need some repairs and love. It is sad to see a piece of beautiful history in disrepair. The weather was very cool while we were there so space heaters were being used in the wing of...More
Hearst built the Hacienda before he built his castle. It has the charm of its Spanish colonial style. And it is next to Mission San Antonio - one of the least visited and most charming of the colonial missions. The accomodations are a century old...More
The Hacienda was everything I expected it to be - mostly awesome and a little bit dated.
The site feels historic and remote and quiet. It's also spartan, haphazardly furnished, and economical.
The staff is friendly and accommodating, but often inaccessible.
The surrounding military base...More
My Dad was stationed here when I was in 6th grade, about 1955. Many fond memories. The Hacienda is still beautiful. At one end of the Hacienda, the room with the mural is located use to be the Officers Dining room and we all "dressed"...More
The point of visiting is here is the experience. It’s not fair to review this place based on regular hospitality-industry expectations. There’s nothing regular about The Hacienda. My “excellent” rating is about the historic and unique aspect, nothing else.
This lodge was completed in 1930...More
Response from TravelWarrior2000 | Reviewed this property |
Try (831) 386-2262 from their FB page. It took them a couple days to respond to my voicemail too. They're a little honeybadger in terms of regular staff hours/duties; appears to be a p/t job for people who live on the base.
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