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Traps may not be the most attractive name for a bar, but the warm décor, fireside seating and views of the Pacific Ocean make up for it at The Inn at Spanish Bay. In fact, the extensive list of wines, beers, cocktails and cognacs will make you feel like your lounging at your rich uncle’s country home. The spectacular outdoor terrace at the lobby lounge is also a must to visit at dusk. You’ll hear a bagpiper playing traditional music to signal the closing of the golf course while you sit outside next to the large fire pits. The lounge at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel also has indoor seating and live music is performed Thursday through Saturday nights.