386 Pacific Street (near Franklin Street) Monterey, CA 93940
This historic and elegant adobe structure dates back to 1830. You will be impressed just looking at the gorgeous yard with the fig and olive trees as well as the rose garden. The rooms are exquisite, with a luscious, earthy feel and fireplaces that look like they could belong in a fantasy inn. You will feel like the Victorian era has returned. The hotel is located close to all the sights, and the staff is very friendly, catering mostly to tourists and honeymooners. See website for more.
Located right at the very tip of the Monterey Peninsula, this charming little inn is perfect for those looking for an affordable stay next to all the sights. The rooms are simple and airy, most coming with a fireplace. The inn caters mostly to tourists in search of a pleasant stay near the water. A true haven of solitude, it overlooks the town and offers cute little porches from which to watch the seagulls hurry about. See website for up-to-date visitor information.
This affordable little hotel is located within walking distance of all the sights. The decor of the rooms is conservative and the suites come with living rooms and fireplaces. Many of the rooms have views of either the ocean or the city and all of them are quite spacious. A great place for those on a budget, as it is inexpensive and near the city. The service is as good as any of the higher-priced resorts.
This two-story motel is very convenient and very affordable. The rooms are decorated in warm earth tones, and the property boasts an indoor heated pool, sauna and spa (the only one of its kind in the area). This is a great place to kick back and relax after exploring all the nearby sights and shops. The rooms are all very spacious, and the suites feature fireplaces. The place caters mostly to tourists, and the service is attentive and friendly.
2058 North Fremont Street (at the corner of Cass Street) Monterey, CA 93940
This affordable little hotel is very convenient, since it is next to the freeways and a short distance from all the sights in Monterey. It is a simple place, the decor being what you would expect from a reasonably priced hotel. Many restaurants are nearby, as are all the major conference venues. This hotel provides a good centralized location for any one spending any amount of time in Monterey. It is a good alternative to the more expensive hotels.
Ramada Limited at Carmel Hill is a charming hotel with a friendly staff. The hotel offers a centralized location, convenient to anything in the Monterey area. Some of the guestrooms that have a fireplace, so you can have a romantic getaway. The hotel is a great bargain at an inexpensive price, which includes a continental breakfast.
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.
This is a great place to stay for travelers making a trip to the Monterey Bay Aquarium, the Laguna Seca Speedway, the country that inspired John Steinbeck, or all of the above. The staff is personable and friendly whether checking you in, giving you the scoop on the best places to eat and shop in the area, or directing you to the local tourist spots. With spacious, well-maintained rooms done in warm and soothing colors, it is easy to relax and unwind here after a day of sightseeing. Easy freeway access is a plus.
From the outside, this place is a comfortable house on a shady suburban street in Pacific Grove. Inside, it is a veritable country inn. Formerly the Feather Bed Inn, this hotel's guest rooms feature overstuffed armchairs, flower-filled vases and fireplaces. Some of the rooms even have Jacuzzis. Guests can relax on a soft bed or get up and wander around quaint downtown Monterey. Dozens of shops, restaurants and attractions are nearby. The inn is right between downtown Pacific Grove and the famed Seventeen Mile Drive.
Stay in an airy room or a cozy little cottage at this Pacific Grove charmer where the rooms are decorated with old-fashioned country charm. Cornflower-blue drapes keep out the Monterey sunshine in the early morning hours and floral-patterned textile accents are accented by vases of fresh flowers. The inn is a half-mile from central Pacific Grove, where all kinds of restaurants, shops and attractions are within easy driving distance. This establishment is a member of the Monterey Peninsula Inn family.
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 ...
This two story motel is very convenient and very affordable.
The rooms are decorated in warm earth tones, and the property boasts an indoor heated pool, sauna and spa (the only one of its kind in the area). This ...
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 ...