Waypoint Ventura

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$ 258

Property Location When you stay at Waypoint Ventura in Ventura, you'll be near the beach, within a 15-minute walk of Ventura Pier and Ventura County Fairgrounds. This hotel is 0.8 mi (1.2 km) from San Buenaventura Mission and 3.9 mi (6.3 km) from Ventura Harbor. Distances are displayed to the near...

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Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

<h3>Property Location</h3> When you stay at Waypoint Ventura in Ventura, you'll be near the beach, within a 15-minute walk of Ventura Pier and Ventura County Fairgrounds. This hotel is 0.8 mi (1.2 km) from San Buenaventura Mission and 3.9 mi (6.3 km) from Ventura Harbor. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometer. <br> - Ventura City Beach - 0.4 km / 0.3 mi<br> - Ventura Pier - 0.8 km / 0.5 mi<br> - Ventura City Hall - 0.9 km / 0.6 mi<br> - Ventura County Fairgrounds - 1.2 km / 0.7 mi<br> - San Buenaventura Mission - 1.2 km / 0.8 mi<br> - Albinger Archaeological Museum - 1...

398 South Ash Street Unit E, CA 93001, Ventura, USA - Ventura, California - U.S - 93001

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Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

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An absolutely incredible, unique gem along the coast!

Reviewed 19 june, 2022

I just got back from a wedding weekend at the Waypoint and knew I had to jump on here right away and leave a review while everything is fresh in my head. First of all, if you are looking for a unique and fun stay along the coast, don't think twice about staying at the Waypoint. Not only are the renovated trailers just absolutely incredibly redone (while staying true to their original character), but holy cow are the comfy! We rented Aluminaughty (#7) for my two friends (husband and wife) and me. I have to admit: I was a little worried about sleeping on a pull out couch in a renovated trailer, but let me tell you: there was no reason for me to stress. The bed was comfy as all get out, well appointed, and honestly, extremely easy to take out and put away. The hotel complex itself is adorable. While this is labeled as camping, it's. . . not really camping. I'm not a camping girl at all, but never felt like I was roughing it for even a moment this weekend. Every where you turn, there are lovely jugs of lemon and herb water all day, while mornings get you great coffee, pastries, and even a station to make fresh squeezed orange juice. Super yummy! The hotel is right by the beach, plus tons of bars, breweries, and restaurants. You can drive, you can walk, or you can borrow a bike from the property to enjoy. I can't stress enough how this was the absolutely perfect spot for a wedding reception (or any kind of similar event!) . The staff were lovely and accommodating to our (respectful) nonsense and it really was just the perfect place for a big group of friends to get together. I could also see this being a place for a magical family reunion or even corporate retreat! I do want to note one little note for fellow plus sized/ fat travelers reading this and trying to decide whether to stay here: I read all the reviews before our stay and saw a lot of comments about how small the bathrooms are in some of the trailers. As a plus sized lady, I was a bit anxious about this before the trip. Now, I can only speak for Aluminaughty, but the bathroom was definitely small. Don't get me wrong, I could fit into it and do my business if need be, but the quarters were cramped in there to say the least. Even a fit person who was on the taller side might have some trouble making that work. Think economy-class airplane bathroom on a medium-sized plane, for reference. To be clear: this is in NO WAY a negative on the Waypoint; after all, this is the vintage Air Stream of it all! That said, if you're like me and stressing about that, please don't! The hotel itself actually has two bathrooms for the property, up by the front office (and right across from Aluminaughty!) that are HUGE and modern. I'm talking so much space you could choreograph a dance routine in there with several friends. A spacious toilet, sink area to spread out if you want to get ready in there, and a giant shower. This would not only be great for someone a bit larger, but also folks with some mobility issues-- very accessible! I'll be honest: I didn't even use the bathroom in our trailer after the first time-- it was back by the bedroom my friends took and rather than waking them up in the middle of the night to shimmy in there, I just threw on my flip flops and walked across the peaceful courtyard to what we were referring to as "the fancy bathrooms." If you think you may prefer the "fancy bathroom" option being close, I'd suggest calling before booking and getting a list of the trailers that are on that end of the property (though nothing is particularly far, to be clear!).


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Reviewed 18 june, 2022

What didn’t they think about!?! Everything here was so thought out! From a hot cocoa bar once night time hit to a s’mores kit every night for our kids to make. And mornings , a super cute assortment of loose tea leafs along with homemade simple syrups for your coffee ! There was also little treats in the fridge every morning. We wanted to bbq and the front desk offered us all the tools and we’re so helpful with the grills. Best part of all this was that the staff made me and the kids feel sooo welcome and sometimes with kids I tend to feel guilty if they’re too loud etc.. not here! Will 100 times recommend this place for couples, families, solo trips!


Funky, wonderful, fun!

Reviewed 4 june, 2022

Loved our trailer unit, would have liked to stay longer. Convenient location, bikes, super comfy. It's near the train tracks, but they provide very nice ear plugs. Super comfy Italian sheets. Recommended.

Rich S

Unique and Fun Experience!

Reviewed 23 may, 2022

This was such a fun experience! We booked the Palace and it was very cozy and comfortable. The work that has been put into refurbishing this and other trailers we were able to see is amazing right down to the small details. The one warning about the Palace is that the WC is *VERY* tight. I'm 5-10, 160 and had a tight squeeze. That said, I would book this or another trailer in a heartbeat the next time I need to stay overnight in Ventura. Easy walking distance to restaurants and the beach. Friendly and helpful staff and smores! Compared to other hotels (based on read reviews and prices) in the area, this is easily the most fun and memorable. Well done!!!

Andy N

What a neat place!

Reviewed 22 may, 2022

We were not sure what to expect, but ended up wishing we had stayed here two nights. The Copperhead is a great trailer. Everything you could want. Clean. Lots of space. Park right outside your door/patio. Friendly attentive staff. Short walk to places to eat and drink. I would definitely stay here again.