Half Moon Bay Lodge

2400 Cabrillo Hwy S, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019
(650) 726-9000 · Hotel Class:3 stars
Rating: 4.5 out of 5"316 TripAdvisor reviews ·


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Embodying hacienda-style architecture in a quiet retreat setting, Half Moon Bay Lodge is a coastal hideaway for leisure and business travelers alike.



Latest reviews

  • Overpriced "Motel

    Rating: 3.0 out of 5"Jun 08, 2014 · by Tlee34 from TripAdvisorI am flabbergasted by all the positive reviews, I can't imagine that for the price this hotel lists at, it is seen as worth it. My experience there may be unique but it is hard to comprehend that.... Full review
  • Big Misses

    Rating: 1.0 out of 5"May 21, 2014 · by Cassandra B from TripAdvisorThis hotel is a huge let down. I was traveling for business and the first disappointment I found was the only venting in the bathroom was a window in the shower that opened into the main hallway s... Full review
  • large room, outdoor pool and spa

    Rating: 4.0 out of 5"May 16, 2014 · by tippitendren from TripAdvisorNice place to stay on a chilly, windy day.There's a restaurant nearby but I don't recommend it.Probably won't go back to Half Moon butthe Lodge was very attractive and comfortable. lots of folks e... Full review
  • Wonderful coastal California feeling on the grounds and in the rooms

    Rating: 5.0 out of 5"May 13, 2014 · by PBandJ01 from TripAdvisorThis lodge has been recent riddled and is clean and fresh and lovely. Decor has a coastal California feel. Landscaping is nicely tended. Outdoor fireside lounge area next to a Pretty pool area.Mor... Full review
  • Charming, Quaint, Lovely!

    Rating: 5.0 out of 5"May 08, 2014 · by RipplesGuy from TripAdvisorI had a comfortable stay here during my first visit to Half Moon Bay; the staff was friendly, the grounds are well-maintained, and this was a welcome change from my usual habit of staying in chain... Full review
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