Having been to many Hawaiian island resorts, the surroundings at the El Pueblo Inn mimick tropical design, especially the view from the lanai (patio balcony) from our room, the Japanese maples and palm trees just complete the atmosphere.
Just around the way from the lobby, you’ll follow a path that reaches an expansive lawn and garden area approaching the pool. Lawn chairs are scattered so you can enjoy them by the pool or in the shade on the grass.Before we even hit the room, my younger kids wanted to swim. We explored the pool area which has plenty of room and chairs/tables for many guests. Also included is a covered area with chairs and tables if you want to get out of the sun or have a take out meal outdoors. Also at the pool area is the fitness rooms, don’t forget your towels from the front desk.We crossed paths with housekeeping and other personnel of the Inn and the hospitality is just so loving and kind! You feel like you’re staying with family.
Finally checking out our room, we were pleased with the size and all the amenities. The patio is so nice to have, our weather that weekend was blissful to enjoy a glass of wine overlooking the waterfall. There is plenty of seating aside from on the bed, plus a nice desk for those needing space to work! TV, fridge, complimentary wi-fi, and ceiling fan add to the home feel.The beds were really comfortable giving us a comfortable night’s sleep! Lastly, we enjoyed a continental free breakfast, though due to the busy weekend and event at the nearby Inferion raceway the eating area was full. The receptionist happily let us know we could eat in the adjoining lobby. The breakfast included fresh fruit, pastries, cereal, juices, milk, coffee, and more to satisfy your hunger before starting the day!
If you’re in wine country and looking for a great place to stay, check out the El Pueblo Inn, you won’t be disappointed! http://www.elpuebloinn.com/