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  • Take a sneak peek at Pismo Beach’s newest hotel, Inn at the Pier

    The long-awaited Inn at the Pier opened in Pismo Beach in November 2017. Located at 601 Cypress St., it features 104 rooms (including five suites), 4,800 square feet of special event space, a rooftop bar, a full-service restaurant, beach cruiser rentals and more.

Take a sneak peek at Pismo Beach’s newest hotel, Inn at the Pier

The long-awaited Inn at the Pier opened in Pismo Beach in November 2017. Located at 601 Cypress St., it features 104 rooms (including five suites), 4,800 square feet of special event space, a rooftop bar, a full-service restaurant, beach cruiser rentals and more.
Kaytlyn Leslie The Tribune