This shingle-style craftsman home was built around the turn of the last century and it is about 100 meters from the water in Pacific Grove. There is a great fireplace in the living room, where you will also find antiques and teddy bears. The rooms themselves are done in vintage craftsman-style with wainscoting and plate rails. The service is impeccable here and the proprietors go out of their way to help you with reservations or plans for the neighborhood. The picturesque Old St. Angela Inn has New England-style hospitality; check out the website or call for more information.
It is not the most economical of Best Westerns, but compared to many of the pricey places on the Monterey Peninsula, this place offers a great value. It is situated on a strip of oceanfront property on Del Monte Beach, just moments away from the Monterey Bay Aquarium, Pebble Beach and other popular attractions. The guest rooms and the grounds offer the quality, cleanliness and modern amenities associated with the chain.
Considering that this place is within a stone's throw of touristy Fisherman's Wharf and the famous Monterey Bay Aquarium, its rates are quite reasonable. It is a pretty, low-rise property on a lovely street in downtown Monterey. The decor and architecture are pleasant though not stunning and the guest services and amenities are more than adequate. One feature to note is that the entire property is non-smoking.
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.
People who want to tour Monterey and Carmel but do not need luxurious digs may want to go with this trusted name. Rooms offer a decent amount of amenities including free local phone calls and ironing boards. The decor, while distinctly motel-quality, is not offensive. The motel is a few miles outside the downtown area, but all the major attractions are within a few minutes' driving distance. Most importantly to some, the price is right.
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.
All kinds of attractions and diversions are either on the premises of this hotel or just a few steps away. The Fisherman's Wharf location is ideal for people who like to shop, dine, or simply relax and watch the boats on the harbor. A full complement of activities, guest amenities and services ensures that even the most demanding traveler can be satisfied. This hotel is a favorite of convention groups and affluent leisure travelers.
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.
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 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.
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 ...