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The staff was friendly and the food was decent. We loved the beachfront location and made a campfire with smores one night. The room was small but confortable and the bedding was cozy with fluffy pillows. Plenty of towels were provided including beach towels. Our pup especially loved being able to ...
The hotel has a great location and the free breakfast is amazing. But the current renovation in the lobby is a bit of a nuisance.
The junior suite was clean, comfortable and quiet. It was a short distance from Cannery Row and we were happy that breakfast was included. Plus, we were surpisided when we were able to order breakfast from a menu rather than have a continental style. Happy with our stay. We will return!
Cons: The shampoo/conditioner/body wash dispenser in the shower was empty. The carpets were old and stained. The window had no screen. Construction nextdoor (about 20 feet from our window) was loud and annoying! The screeching seagulls sounded like sirens in the wee hours of the morning. Ice only ...
We loved our stay, though you could not see the beach from the hotel. It was a close walk to shops and restaurants in the downtown Monterey area. It is a 1.5 mile drive from Cannery Row. You could also rent bikes or walk a trail to get to Cannery Row.
Great walkable location. Staff were very helpful, made restaurant recommendations and made our anniversary very memorable. Bay view and ability to open balcony door and get fresh air were very nice.
Visit Monterey in style and stay in one of the city's high-end hotels. Monterey has a wide range of luxurious places to stay, where you can expect to find plush and spacious rooms, as well as high levels of customer service. There are several four-star hotels on Monterey’s Cannery Row, offering sea views and easy access to top attractions such as Monterey Bay Aquarium.
Fancy a road trip during your stay in Monterey? Hire a convertible to cruise along one of the most popular stretches of California's Highway One route. The 250-mile drive from Monterey to Santa Barbara features rugged coastline, attractive seaside towns, vineyards and redwood forests. Stop off at vineyards to taste fine wines, and check out the scenic town of Carmel-by-the-Sea where you can sunbathe on the white-sand beach, and stroll around the art galleries and independent shops. If you're short on time, spend a day driving along the spectacular 17-Mile Drive, which is part of the exclusive 5,300-acre Pebble Beach resort.
Monterey County is one of California's major wine-producing regions. Visit wine tasting rooms in Cannery Row, Carmel Valley and Carmel-by-the-Sea to try stellar local wines, including Chardonnay, Pinot Noirs, Syrah and much more. Scenic golf courses can be found across the Monterey Peninsula and they cater for golfers of all abilities. Top courses are mostly clustered around Pebble Beach, Carmel-by-the-Sea and Salinas.
Food fans will find Monterey is chock-full of upscale restaurants. The city is most famous for its fabulous seafood restaurants, many of which are in the Fisherman's Wharf area. Here, you can feast on calamari, clam chowder and fried sanddabs, a local speciality. From Fisherman's Wharf, it's also possible to arrange whale-watching and deep-sea fishing excursions.
The huge Monterey Bay Aquarium on Cannery Row is one of Monterey's most famous attractions thanks to its wealth of marine life, including green sea turtles, hammerhead sharks, sea otters and exotic sunfish. Break for lunch at the aquarium's fine dining restaurant, where you can enjoy seasonal dishes while soaking up ocean views.