Boutique and Luxury Hotels
Hyatt is a global hospitality company with some very recognisable leading brands, from Andaz to Grand Hyatt, Hyatt Regency to Hyatt Residence Club. Ranging from upscale boutique hotels to large luxury hotels, the company's huge portfolio consists has properties in countries across the globe. Jay Prizker founded Hyatt in 1957 when he bought the Hyatt House motel next to Los Angeles International Airport. Now, the company has locations on six continents.
Hyatt’s Upmarket Facilities
Luxury brands Hyatt Residence Club and Hyatt Regency are both present in Monterey. Guests can expect to be dazzled by the facilities on offer at Hyatt Residence Club hotels, which can include a mix of fine-dining restaurants, heated outdoor swimming pools and jacuzzis, spas, meeting space, babysitting services and complimentary bike rentals. Plush rooms are gloriously decked out with huge beds, safes, illuminated make-up mirrors and more.
As Hyatt's flagship hotel brand, Hyatt Regency offers similarly upmarket amenities, from spas and golf courses, to gyms, yoga clubs and convivial restaurants. Sumptuous rooms are usually kitted out with elegant furnishings, iPad docking stations, rain showers, large beds with luxury linens, safes and refrigerators. And, of course, Guests at all Hyatt Hotels can take advantage of high-speed internet access.
Stay in a Hyatt Hotel in Monterey
Monterey's Hyatt Hotels are on the doorstep of the region's spectacular beaches, state parks and big-hitter attractions.
Scenic golf courses are scattered across Monterey, many of which offer sweeping views of the ocean. The coast-hugging Pebble Beach Golf Links is probably the most famous of the area's courses thanks to its signature holes and dramatic scenery.
The beating heart of California's wine industry, Monterey is awash with characterful wine tasting rooms where you can sip Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and more. These tasting rooms are clustered around the Carmel Valley, Carmel-by-the-Sea and John Steinbeck-famous Cannery Row.
Spend a day exploring the Monterey Bay Aquarium, where you can see a wealth of marine life, including hammerhead sharks, green sea turtles, sea otters and exotic sunfish, then head to Fisherman's Wharf to feast on calamari and clam chowder at one of its seafood restaurants.