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It was a busy week for hotel motel business in Salinas and most of the high end chains took advantage, charging rates close to $300 per night! When I have only a one day job in the area, I don't make any money if I...More
At the end of a holiday where we stayed in a range of accommodation this was our only disappointment. Having booked two rooms for six of us, as we had everywhere, we discovered that our extra beds hadn't been put into the rooms and when...More
Would definitely recommend and choose again. Stayed single night, king room. First impression at desk, staff pleasant, low key but helpful and organized. First impression walking in room, smelled and looked clean, thoughtful with space and room accessories, like mini-fridge and hair dryer. Not a...More
I have posted several reviews on the Laurel Inn as with my wife and sometimes other relatives, I have been staying there for more than 35 years when visiting the Salinas and Monterey area. Still the best place around for the money and since the...More
A good stay at a good price. Clean room with comfy beds and lots of bathroom counter space. Good A/C. Not noisy. Free breakfast in a cheryl breakfast room. Nice people. Thumbs up! Thanks. We will be back.
US$88 - US$159 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hi, Nothing against this Inn. However, If you're just looking for an overnight stay, Salinas doesn't have much to offer unless you're also going to Monterey. If traveling from LA to SF, San Luis Obispo is a more... More
Hi, Nothing against this Inn. However, If you're just looking for an overnight stay, Salinas doesn't have much to offer unless you're also going to Monterey. If traveling from LA to SF, San Luis Obispo is a more interesting town on 101 (and from there, you can take Calif 1 for The Most Beautiful Drive In The World, Big Sur). If you want to get closer to SF and the Bay Area, Gilroy or Morgan Hill may have much cheaper costs. (You can also make it from LA to SF on Interstate 5 in one day's drive, and see farmland)