Lonely Planet review
The shared terracotta terraces at Amalia’s have stupendous bay views. The white stucco house on a cliff isn’t a bad place to spend the night, either – cozy, homey rooms are decorated with anything from white wicker to modular leather, each with private hot-water bathroom and air-con. The brick floors could use a mop, but the wooden ceilings are nice. Walls in the meandering house are hung with modernist paintings by Amalia’s late husband Lester Bounds. Amalia’s niece is now the lady of the house, and short of offering meals, she’ll make you feel right at home.
Our independent authors have visited Amalia’s Inn and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in La Cruz.
Services & facilities
- Air conditioning