The Pismo Beach Community is very concerned about our friends throughout Southern California. At this time, many lodging partners and resorts are offering free and discounted stays for fire evacuees.
Pismo Beach Lodging Property Discounts for Thomas Fire evacuees (Updated 12/11/17)
- Addie Vacation Town Homes – 50% off short term rentals, $135/night for long term
- Beach Bum Holiday Rentals – 10% off and waiving processing fees
- Beach House Inn & Suites – 20-30% off 2 or more nights
- Cliffs Resort – $99 rate, no resort fee
- Coastal Vacation Rentals – 10% off, negotiable
- Cottage Inn by the Sea – 25% off
- Dolphin Bay Resort & Spa – 1 bdrm $150, 2bdrm $250, plus taxes and fees
- Dolphin Cove Motel – 1 bed $70, 2 bed $90
- Hilton Garden Inn – $109 rate, waive fee for pets
- Inn at the Cove – $99 rate, waive fee for pets
- Inn at the Pier – 30% off, plus waive resort fee, donated Trade Joe’s snacks for families
- Ocean Palms Motel – 1 bed $69, 2 bed $79
- Oxford Suites – honoring AAA discount for all displaced
- Palomar Inn – 10-20% off depending on length of stay
- Pismo Beach Hotel – 20% off regular rate – $79-$99
- Pismo Coast Village RV Resort – free campsites for those with RV, have some trailers available for those who do not have an RV as well
- Pismo Lighthouse Suites – $119 + tax
- Pismo on the Beach Vacation Rentals – 10% off
- Sandcastle Inn – 20% discount, allowing pets and waiving pet fees, no cancellation fee
- SeaCrest Ocean Front Hotel – 15% discount
- Sea Garden Motel – 10%
- Sea Gypsy Motel – about $25 off regular rate; $70-$105 – full kitchens
- SeaVenture – non ocean-view rooms $99 + tax, OV rooms are 20% off
- Shore Cliff Hotel – 15% off, no cancellation fees
- Spyglass Inn – 25% off
- Tides Oceanview Inn & Cottages – lowest available rate, allowing pets and waiving pet fees
- Treasures Vacation Rentals – 50% off certain rentals
- Vacasa Vacation Rentals – 50% off certain rentals, call 503-345-9399
Devastating wildfires are continuing to burn in areas of Southern California — and hundreds of thousands of people are in need of help.
Numerous nonprofits are providing support on the ground for the Thomas Fire in Ventura County and the several other fires burning in Southern California.
But be on alert: The Ventura County district attorney warned the public Wednesday about people taking advantage of fire victims by creating fake charities online, as well as illegal price gouging.
Read more here.