HIGHWAY 1 NOW OPEN
After a closure of nearly 1.5 years, Highway 1 is now fully re-opened.
Relax to the Soothing Sounds of the Pacific Ocean
Minutes to Hearst Castle, the Elephant Seal Rookery, and Cambria
Rooms with Free WiFi and Mini-Fridge
Immerse Yourself in the History and Grandeur
The only oceanfront accommodations in San Simeon and Cambria, just three miles from Hearst Castle
Nestled on a scenic seaside bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean, the Cavalier Oceanfront Resort offers guests an authentic Central Coast experience. Ideally located just three miles south of Hearst Castle, our warm and inviting accommodations are ideal for visitors to San Simeon and Cambria, and provide the perfect pause for road-weary travelers exploring the sites along the Pacific Coast Highway. An easy drive from Paso Robles wine country, the beaches of Morro Bay or Pismo Beach, and the quaint seaside village of Cambria, Cavalier Oceanfront Resort is located midway between Los Angeles and San Francisco and offers a relaxing break when traveling along the awe-inspiring Pacific Coast Highway. Choose from one of our 90 oceanview or oceanfront rooms and immerse yourself in the scenic beauty of the Central Coast.
Gaze out of your window and enjoy panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean. Situated just 100-yards from the water, our Oceanview Rooms are designed for relaxation and comfort. Oceanview Rooms feature one king bed, a wood-burning fireplace and a private patio with sliding door.Learn More
Pool Hours: 9am - 9pm
The stretch of road connecting Santa Barbara and San Francisco along Pacific Coast Highway 1 (PCH) is widely considered one of the most scenic drives in the country. Hugging the rugged California coastline, PCH offers breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean and travels past several charming towns, historical landmarks, natural wonders, and popular attractions. Tour the iconic Hearst Castle, view elephant seals in their natural habitat at the Elephant Seal Rookery, go boutique shopping in Cambria, indulge in wine tasting along the Pacific Coast Wine Trail, or simply turn the radio up and cruise the Pacific Coast Highway.