Red Roof Inns – A Clean and Modern Budget Option
US economy-lodging leader Red Roof Inn offers clean, comfortable and modern accommodation at budget-conscious rates. With hundreds of properties across the United States, Red Roof Inn hotels boast stylish and homely interiors. Guests can also expect a warm welcome from friendly staff, who will be pleased to help with directions and local sightseeing tips. The company also offers Red Roof PLUS+, an enhanced range of properties at a pocket-friendly price.
Spacious and Pet-Friendly Rooms
Pets are welcome at every Red Roof location, and there is no extra charge to check-in your four-legged friend. Spacious and smoke-free rooms come equipped with comfy beds, good coffee, microwaves, fridges and flat-screen TVs with free cable. Some rooms even have Jacuzzis. Guests can also enjoy free parking and free WiFi.
Stay in a Red Roof Inn in Monterey
Planning a trip to Monterey? Book a room at a Red Roof Inn to enjoy all the attractions that the area has to offer.
Red Roof Inns are the perfect place to stay during major seasonal events, such as the Monterey Jazz Festival or car races at the Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.
These budget hotels are within easy reach of Monterey's big-ticket attractions, such as the acclaimed Monterey Bay Aquarium, and Fisherman's Wharf, a historic wharf that boasts a surfeit of seafood restaurants and art galleries, as well as being the jumping-off point for harbour sightseeing trips and whale-watching trips.
With a whopping 99 miles of rugged coastline, Monterey has a slew of dreamy Californian beaches where you can surf, watch the sunset around a blazing fire or go wildlife-spotting.
Adventurous types will be drawn to Monterey County's picture-pretty national parks, including Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park, Point Lobos State Reserve and Pinnacles National Park, where you can gaze at butterflies and go condor-spotting, as well as enjoying biking, hiking and horse-riding.
Hire a car and cruise along the renowned 17-Mile Drive from Pacific Grove to Pebble Beach, a coast-hugging route that passes golf courses, fine-dining restaurants and huge mansions.