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The hotel was very clean. Staff were welcoming and helpful. Location was ideal, being right in the historic district just stops from the adobes, fishermans warf etc...
The pros: The rooms were clean, and recently remodeled. Parking is free, wifi is free, and the free breakfast is a huge plus. Staff was very friendly. Overall a good buy for the price. The cons: there was a stain on our bed. Not sure why they wouldn't THROW IT AWAY. Kinda grossed us out, but luckily ...
A paradise for adventure seekers, Monterey County is abuzz with sporting attractions that will get your heart pumping, including surfing, golf, cycling, horse riding, hiking, scuba diving and much more. Stay in an adventure sport hotel in Monterey just paces away from the area's national parks, surf beaches and scenic golf courses. Find an independent inn overlooking a surf beach or book a room in an upmarket ranch with its own a golf course, tennis courts and swimming pools.
Satisfy your inner adrenalin junkie in the wild outdoors of Monterey's spectacular national parks. Point Lobos State Reserve is a haven for scuba divers thanks to its magical underwater world: think 70-foot-high kelp forests and a wealth of marine life, including seals, sea otters and whales. Divers also flock to Julia Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park to enjoy a dive between Partington Point and McWay Creek.
Rock climbers should head to Pinnacles National Park for its dramatic crags and cave formations. The park is also a top hiking spot with more than 30 miles of trails, ranging from easy routes to strenuous treks. Horse-riding and mountain biking are just a few of the other sports on offer in Monterey's national parks.
With 99 miles of drop-dead gorgeous Californian coastline, Monterey has a huge array of beaches where you can catch a wave – and many adventure sports hotels are within a stone's throw of them. Experienced surfers should head to Lovers Point, Big Sur and Carmel Beach, while Del Monte Beach is perfect for beginners. Other top surf beaches include Asilomar State Beach, Marina State Beach and Moss Landing State Beach. Waters are cold all year-round, so wear a wetsuit to avoid catching a chill.
If you like your holidays high-octane, you can learn to skydive in Monterey Bay, plummeting through the air at 120mph while soaking up sweeping views of the Monterey Peninsula. If you'd rather have an instructor strapped to your back, you can also enjoy the world's highest tandem jump at an eye-watering 18,000 feet.
Anyone with a thirst for adventure sports is guaranteed to find a hotel to meet their needs in Monterey.