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This hotel is VERY close to Monterey Bay at a fraction of the price. Close to a nice state park beach. The room was very clean, beds comfortable, good fridge, breakfast was pretty good, great water pressure in the shower, really ... everything you could...More
We stayed the weekend here for a wedding. It wouldn't have been my first choice but the wedding party had negotiated a group rate and I had other family staying there that I wanted to stay with. I had booked the Presidential Suite and upon...More
The hotel was very nice and clean. The front desk persons were very friendly and helpful. The breakfast ended at 9:30 with a few guests running late, the staff offered them what was left and very nice about telling them "breakfast is over". Due to...More
If your looking for a modestly priced hotel around Monterey you would be well advised to try here. It's just off Highway I and only a few minutes drive from the heart of Monterey so you are not far from the action and attractions. The...More
What a pleasant surprise and a gem this place turned out be! Based on the previous reviews and our horrible experience at the HI Express in Frankfurt, I wasn't expecting a lot. However, this hotel far exceeded our expectations.
check in: friendly & efficient. As...More
US$160 - US$344 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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