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Pocket Guide: Pacific Grove

Why Choose a Hotel in Pacific Grove?

Situated on the tip of the Monterey Peninsula, Pacific Grove's dreamy coastline begins at Monterey Bay Aquarium and ends at the entrance to the 17-Mile Drive. This stretch of coast is a top spot for surfers, kayakers, nature lovers and anyone who likes to watch a beautiful sunset.

A Wide Range of Accommodation in Pacific Grove Downtown

A few blocks from the coast is Pacific Grove's historic downtown, a hive of boutiques and stately Victorian homes, many of which have been transformed into characterful B&Bs and restaurants. Pacific Grove accommodation is varied and plentiful, and includes inns, lodges and upscale hotels to suit all budgets.

Pacific Grove’s downtown area is also a hotspot for fashion-conscious shoppers. You’ll find a raft of boutiques near Lighthouse Avenue and Forest Avenue.

What to See and Do in Pacific Grove

All areas of Pacific Grove are easily reachable on foot or by bicycle. Ride, jog or walk along the scenic Monterey Bay Coastal Recreation Trail, or enjoy a pleasant stroll along the wheelchair-accessible walking trail on Asilomar State Beach.

For a spot of history, visit the Point Pinos Lighthouse, the West Coast's oldest operating lighthouse. It was first lit in 1855 to guide ships on the Pacific coast of California, and today visitors can learn about the history of the lighthouse on a fascinating tour.

Tee Off on Pacific Grove’s Famous Golf Course

Follow in the footsteps of golfing legends Ben Hogan, Bobby Jones and Gene Sarazen by enjoying a round of golf at Pacific Grove Golf Links. With holes designed in 1932 by Jack Neville, the golf course offers stellar views of the coast.

Monarch Grove Butterfly Sanctuary: A Unique Wildlife Attraction

If you're visiting Pacific Grove between October and February, you'll discover the reason why the city is nicknamed Butterfly Town. Thousands of butterflies stop in a eucalyptus grove in the city during their annual migration to warmer climes. View the butterflies hanging in clusters from eucalyptus branches at the free-to-enter Monarch Grove Butterfly Sanctuary.