With a stay at Casa Ojai Inn, you'll be centrally located in Ojai and within the region of Lake Casitas Recreation Area and Mission San Buenaventura. This eco-friendly motel is within the region of Veterans Memorial Park and Santa Paula City Hall.
Make yourself at home in one of the 46 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and flat-screen televisions. Your bed comes with triple sheeting and cotton sheets. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
DonÃât miss out on the many recreational opportunities, including an outdoor pool, a spa tub, and bicycles to rent. Additional amenities include complimentary wireless Internet access, tour/ticket assistance, and complimentary use of a nearby fitness facility.
A complimentary breakfast is included.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include complimentary high-speed (wired) Internet access, a business center, and a computer station. Free self parking is available onsite.
Where Ojai farmers planted olive-oil trees in the 1880’s, Ojai Olive Oil’s family-led staff eventually refilled the sun-drenched valley with more than 2,000 new olive trees imported from Italy, France, Greece, and Spain. Located in the midst of a giant olive grove, the family barn contains an olive mill and tasting room. From November to January, workers hand-pick the ripened fruits and cart them into the barn, where the olives are processed within hours to prevent oxidation or fermentation. Using a cold-pressing technique, the staff creates the oils, then bottles and labels the final product to be sold at the Ojai Farmer’s Market, poured at the tasting room, or shipped off to vendors nationwide.
Each Wednesday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., visitors arrive at the olive grove's barn to enjoy samples of the farm's products before embarking on a walking tour of the grove and facilities. While strolling verdant grounds that invoke images of a rustic Italian landscape, guides tell the story of the grove's history and its varieties of olives.
The licensed aestheticians and massage therapists at The Lotus Spa bring years of expertise to bodywork and other soothing spa appointments. Hot stones, focused pressure, and other techniques help increase joint flexibility, quell cramps, and bring other benefits to muscles during massage and bodywork sessions. Beyond massages, The Lotus Spa's services include anti-aging facials, eyebrow waxing, and energy-balance sessions, wherein crystals help align clients' chakras.
Certified massage practitioner Michele has been using her massage skills for nearly her entire life—as a child, she massaged her dad's feet, her mom's head, and even family pets. Even as an adult, Michele still has a soft spot for animals. She'll happily massage any pet her clients bring with them to the session. However, people are her primary clients. She sets their minds and bodies at ease in her studio overlooking the Pacific Ocean, where she performs Swedish, deep-tissue, and trigger-point massages.
The inland town of Ojai sits in a forested valley nestled in the Topatopa Mountains. In the early 20th century, glassmaker-cum-city-planner Edward Libbey led the effort to transform Ojai into a showcase for Spanish-style architecture, which is still on display in Mission-style arches, pergolas, and an elegant, domed post office. The verdant natural setting also supplies plenty to look at. The East Fork Trail, known to locals as simply the Punch Bowl hiking trail, winds through the Santa Paula Canyon for 4 miles. Small, natural waterfalls cascade over cliffs into tiny pools, or punch bowls, which supply spots for cooling off along the way. Meditation Mount, a destination for yogis, gurus, and sitar salesmen, is arguably the spiritual epicenter of Ojai. Visitors can join a meditation session, roll out a yoga mat, or simply take in the stunning views of rocky bluffs and the forested valley floor.
A modern cowboy steps through the swinging doors of the saloon, eyes narrowed, searching for any sign of movement. Though the saloon stands amongst similar wood-hewn structures, this is no Old West town—just a very realistic simulation on one of Stryker Paintball & Airsoft's six paintball fields. Players also compete at airsoft here, on a field populated by bunkers and sheds in an urban militarized zone. While the park welcomes players for open play, it's set up well for parties too, with a clubhouse and private areas that can host up to 300 guests.