This rustic craftsman-style cottage dating from the 1920s has a great view of the ocean. Its rooms all have different names like "Blue Heron," "Sandpiper," and "Surf Scooter," and each room has a different feel to it, some having oriental rugs, some oak detailing, some a small deck or kitchen. The lobby and waiting rooms are wood-paneled and have a great view of the gardens outside. It is a good place for the outdoorsman or woman. See website for more.
443 Wave Street (near Cannery Row) Monterey, CA 93940
This three-story hotel is near Cannery Row, so you can walk to many attractions in the area. The decor of this hotel might lead you to expect it to be more expensive than it is, and the service is great. The hotel caters mostly to tourists or conference attendees. A very affordable place in a great location, the hotel is a great stay for any type of visitor to the Monterey Peninsula. Sit in the bar and enjoy a drink or look out your window at the ocean. Suites come with fireplaces.
The staff can give you binoculars to look at the sea otters from your room's private balcony overlooking the water. That is the sort of ambiance and service you can expect here. The warm colors of the airy and spacious rooms serve as a perfect extension of the incredible scenery outside. This is a great spot to breathe in the ocean air and relax in one of the huge comfortable rooms, all of which come with a king size bed and a pull out sofa.
Right on Cannery Row, this elegant and romantic inn offers a quiet, intimate setting. Each room is different and most feature oriental carpeting, fireplaces, feather beds, marble baths and chic decor. All feature first-class service from the top-notch staff. Try to grab one of the rooms with an ocean view, and your romantic evening is ready to get started. The hospitality is top notch and the view is utterly magnificent. Room rates vary; see website for more information.
The view does not get any better than this - you are right on the water. The hotel has immaculate European-style architecture and elegant rooms with marble baths and patios overlooking the ocean. Lush fabrics and European-style furniture fill the rooms, and you will want to take advantage of the elegant spa as soon as you arrive. It is a luxurious, self-indulgent getaway in an oceanside environment with sweeping views. Let the staff pamper you.
A home away from home- the Navy Lodge is a pleasant respite for the Department of Defense personnel. The amenities provided here are just as that of any other standard hotel and yet, the rate for every room type is much cheaper. A kitchenette with microwave and utensils is yet another facility provided for those who are conscious of the value of the hard-earned money! And that's not all, eligible military personnel can also sponsor civilians, such as family and friends, but under the firm guidelines of the base. All in all there are 41 Navy Lodges around the world and the one at Monterey is no different from the rest.
Smiling flowers extend their hearty welcome, peeping from the beautiful garden outside the Old Monterey Inn. As soon as you step onto the premises, you know, there couldn't have been a better place than this. Couples are bound to get mesmerized with the complete ambiance and the world class service offered here. What with special spas, concierge, mineral bath salts, special French lavender soaps, couple massages, beverages and those oh-so-delicious cookies!
With its colorful front garden and stage coach centerpiece, this place looks more like a bed and breakfast than a budget motel. However, the red neon "Vacancy/No Vacancy" sign is a dead giveaway. Still, as far as motels go, this one isn't bad. Large guest rooms are available on a recently renovated property in a peaceful neighborhood. The landscaping is very pretty. Guest amenities even include a sauna and one or two rooms have fireplaces.
While this place does offer something beyond a roof and a bed, rooms show some wear and tear and guest services are minimal. Amenities include in-room hairdryers and kitchenettes. The property is a few miles outside Monterey and Carmel.
Its modern yet charming architecture and fantastic location separate this inn from the ranks of the interchangeable type of Middle America motels. It is located within moments of Monterey Bay and Pebble Beach. Amenities are fairly standard with in-room fireplaces and private balconies that add a little touch of luxury. This hotel is perfect for budgeters or solo business travelers who want decent accommodations but do not need a lot of extras.
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