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Welcome to the Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Marina, CA!We are located on the Monterey Peninsula, just minutes from Downtown Monterey, Cannery Row and Monterey's Fisherman's Wharf. Santa Cruz, Seaside & Sand City are also nearby.Close to the natural beauty of the dunes and Marina...
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All reviewsfront desk staffdowntown montereythe breakfast areaaffordable optionstreet noisecomplimentary breakfastshower headquiet locationbeds were very comfortableone night staylarge roombig surcannery rowbrittwalmarthighwaymicrowave
It’s nice that this hotel was refurbing part of the ground floor but a shame they weren’t replacing all of the rather tired and broken tiles on the main drag. Sadly no English tea at breakfast but they did change the hot food offering form...More
I stay at this hotel when ever in the area. I even drive the extra 25 min to work to stay there. Britt is the GM and you could not ask for a more personal guy. He goes the extra mile. All staff friendly. Nice...More
Room is spacious, beds comfortable. Lighting is nice. Enough plugs for chargers. Cannot turn on TV. AC panel hanging out of the wall. Closet has unfinished parts. Dirty curtains. A metal stain on the bathtub. But we were too tired to care. Breakfast choices are...More
Our room was great. Had a separate living area and the beds were very comfortable. My mother who is hard to please loved the beds and the pillows- she even tried to buy one. Front desk staff was very friendly and helpful. The only complaint...More
Stayed here recently while in the area for business.
Hotel is conveniently located. Rather closeby to the beach and that is a big plus on a beautiful day. Also on driving distance to several restaurants and walking distance to Walmart.
Hotel was being renovated but...More
Perhaps the sentence starting with "how do you..." and ending in a question mark would be the question. At least that's what a literate person would consider a question. What about you? Oh, and that's a question too.