The list of guest room amenities in this hotel is a mile long. Little extras such as fax machines, work desks and sofa-beds can prove extremely convenient in certain situations. While some guests may not need to use them, it is still nice to know that they are available. On-site amenities and services are also extensive. Tennis courts and a putting green are on the grounds, and golf courses are less than a mile away. This hotel is a particular favorite of corporate travelers.
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.
255 Ocean View Boulevard (near Forest Street) Pacific Grove, CA 93950
'Country Inns Magazine' called this century-old Victorian mansion one of America's top 12 B&Bs. In each of the rooms you can bask in the sheer elegance of Victorian antiquity with views of the crashing waves. Here you will truly feel like a patron at the turn of the 20th Century. Depending on which of the designer rooms you go for, you could get a wood-burning fireplace, a clawfoot tub, stunning Victorian dinner sets or a walnut armoire. The gorgeous Eastlake bedroom suites are furnished in the style of the 1870s. This is a spectacular place for a romantic getaway. Rates are subject to change at anytime. See website for up-to-date info.
This 1939 historic landmark has been exquisitely renovated and now features 21 guest rooms all with wood floors, plush mattresses with duvets, luxurious linens, 37-inch flat screen televisions and Italian tiled bathrooms. Some guest rooms feature a fireplace or whirlpool tub for two. The inn is ideally situated in a quiet neighborhood, a half block from the ocean at the tip of the Peninsula whilst located only two miles from world famous attractions such as the Monterey Bay Aquarium. At Sunset Inn you will enjoy luxurious accommodations in a secluded and tranquil setting. Continental breakfast, WiFi & parking are included.
740 Crocker Avenue (near Sinex Street) Pacific Grove, CA 93950
Here you will find cozy rooms with big fluffy comforters, rattan chairs, and a gorgeous fireplace. Outside it looks like a regular two-story country inn, but the service is great, the staff is friendly, and you're minutes away from the beach. This is a decent and economical place to stay, and it is perfect for those on a shoestring budget. You will not find a more relaxing spot. See website for more information.
612 Central Avenue (at the corner Seventeenth Street) Pacific Grove, CA 93950
With suites, separate cottages and a spectacular garden, this inn, which is also a historic landmark, is perfect for a cozy, relaxing or romantic stay. The cottages and the large, blue Victorian house on the corner offer deluxe rooms with fireplaces as well as a wet bar. The regular rooms are light and airy with lots of decorations. This is great place to "get away from it all" while still being right next to it all. See website for photos, online reservations, innkeeper bios, and more on the site's history.
569 Asilomar Boulevard (near Sinex Road) Pacific Grove, CA 93950
This quiet, woodsy facility contains a five-bedroom ranch house, a four-bedroom cottage with two bathrooms and a full kitchen, and a smaller cottage. Throw in barbecues, ping-pong tables and wood-burning fireplaces, and you have got a private and moderately priced facility with enough yard space to do whatever you want. Inside, there are high ceilings, huge sun windows, gorgeous furniture, hardwood floors and great views of the surrounding forest. It is perfect for the outdoorsman.
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.
Look up "retreat" in the dictionary, and you will likely find a picture of Asilomar next to the entry. Nestled amongst a forest of Pacific Grove pines (and just footsteps from a coastal playground of dunes, bluffs, and surf), the historic conference grounds are an ideally surreal place not only for a meeting, but for any brand of family getaway as well. Even if you and yours manage to somehow tire of the peace and tranquility of this Julia Morgan-designed nature-enveloped sanctuary, note that the facility is located within just minutes of Downtown Monterey, and all its family-friendly attractions (from the Monterey Bay Aquarium to Fisherman's Wharf and everything in between). For a less hectic jaunt back into civilization, trot right across Sunset Drive to the Fishwife for some Latin-influenced seafood, fine wines, and unforgettable Key Lime Pie. See website for reservations, online specials, group rates, and complete visitor details.
While it is comparable in price, size and amenities to a moderately priced motel, this place has a lot more personality than your average Quality Inn or Motel 6. It is a sunny yellow building tucked away on a quiet street in Pacific Grove. Guest rooms are cheerfully and comfortably furnished. Cottages are available as well. The property is within easy walking distance of the ocean. All the attractions of Monterey and Carmel are mere moments away by car.
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