Plans to build a large hotel next to the Pismo Beach pier are moving forward after a unanimous vote Tuesday night by the City Council.
The plans had previously been approved by the Planning Commission, but the project was appealed last month by residents forcing it to be heard by the council.
The 104-room hotel has plans for a rooftop pool, restaurant and commercial retail space. There is also a business center and convention space.
Underground parking remains part of the plan, but had some adjustments made by the council.
The project site is currently a vacant dirt lot.