The Cavalier Oceanfront Resort is open, and the The Cavalier Coastal Kitchen is now open for outdoor dining and carry-out. Seating is limited and reservations are recommended. For reservations or carry-out orders, call 805-927-3276.

Hotels Near Morro Bay

Morro Bay


Although it may be considered a quaint seaside community, Morro Bay has a lot to see and do. From the scenic beaches, the miles of trails ideal for hiking and biking, the camp grounds, to on-the-water activities like surfing and fishing, Morro Bay is the perfect getaway for travelers who seek an outdoor adventure in a gorgeous natural setting. Featuring great weather year-round Morro Bay offers a world of exciting activities like golfing, kayaking, sailing, hiking, fishing, surfing, biking, bird watching, kite flying, shopping, and dining along miles of unspoiled beaches. Tucked away from the Pacific Ocean, the city of Morro Bay is situated along an estuary, connecting Morro Bay and Estero Bay, and encompasses the communities of Cayucos and Los Osos. Just 12 miles northwest of San Luis Obispo, Morro Bay is located along Highway 1 and is a common stop for travelers visiting California’s Central Coast.

The Cavalier Oceanfront Resort is a hotel near Morro Bay and gives guests the opportunity to explore the wildlife of the bay while staying in deluxe oceanfront accommodations near Hearst Castle. Located just 26 miles north of Morro Bay, the Cavalier Oceanfront Resort is the perfect mid-point for travelers exploring the central coast.

Things to See & Do in Morro Bay

Morro Rock

Morro Rock

Situated at the mouth of Morro Bay Harbor, Morro Rock is the town’s most striking feature and a historical landmark. The area around the base of Morro Rock is open to visitors but climbing the rock is prohibited as it’s part of a peregrine falcon reserve.

Morro Bay Harbor

Morro Bay Harbor

A bustling waterfront that offers sailing, kayaking, fishing, boating, and other nautical activities. It’s also the site of the Morro Bay Harbor Festival, an annual event that offers guests a chance to enjoy the best in local seafood.

Morro Bay State Park

Morro Bay State Park

A 135 campsite park that is an ideal spot for camping, biking, kayaking, fishing, hiking, and bird watching, and even has an 18-hole public golf course. The park also has a museum that features exhibits about Native American life, geology, oceanography, and local wildlife.

Maritime Museum in Morro Bay

Maritime Museum

Free to visitors, the Maritime Museum in Morro Bay offers guests a chance to see a DSRV (deep sea roving vehicle), and historic boats, including a Coast Guard Cutter up close and personal.