Monterey Hotels
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Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel & Spa

Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel & Spa Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The centrally located Hyatt Regency Monterey is one of the largest properties in the area, which also makes it a great price for the value. The 550 rooms are spacious, attractive and modern with sleek design touches -- such as behind-the-headboard uplights, backlit bathroom mirrors, and stylish contemporary art. Most rooms have balconies or patios with views of the on-site golf course. However, in a not-so-modern twist, the rooms are not air-conditioned, and even though the climate is temperate, heat waves can make rooms uncomfortably warm. Luckily, the two on-site pools and nearby beach can help with any warmer-than-usual weather.

Portola Hotel & Spa at Monterey Bay

Portola Hotel & Spa at Monterey Bay Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The upper-middle-range Portola is a sprawling waterfront property right in the heart of Downtown Monterey. Its 379 spacious rooms have attractive nautical-themed decor, large flat-screen TVs, and empty mini-fridges. Property highlights include a solid restaurant serving fresh California cuisine; Monterey’s first and only craft brewery; a serene spa with great treatments, and extensive meeting space. However, there are extra fees that might make guests feel nickel-and-dimed -- such as charges for self- and valet parking, and for Wi-Fi. Plus, most bathrooms could use an update. Still, its great kids' program makes it a solid pick for families, and its location is very convenient both for business and leisure travelers.

Monterey Plaza Hotel & Spa

Monterey Plaza Hotel & Spa Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 290-room Monterey Plaza is as close to the ocean as it gets: Built on pillars above the water, it offers an ocean experience like few other hotels in the area do. From the gorgeous views from the spa and the fitness center, to the wonderful outdoor seating in both on-site restaurants, the property blends with the sea in every possible way. The upscale rooms have the elegant, classic decor and modern amenities that you might expect to find in a hotel at this price point -- but bathrooms, though nice, are slightly sub-par compared to the rest of the room, and the property lacks a pool.

Hotel 1110

Hotel 1110 Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 18-room Inn at Del Monte Beach doesn't look like much upon arrival -- located on a busy street between a McDonald's and a tattoo parlor, the hotel appears a bit run-down, and the hodge-podge of vintage furniture in the lobby may take some getting used to. But if you can look past the surface, the hotel has a warm feel with a cozy lobby bar, a delicious free breakfast, and an ocean-view rooftop deck where the free cocktail hour sometimes takes place. All rooms have a slightly differently look (and some are more in need of updates than others) and feature flat-screen TVs and fireplaces.

Hotel Abrego

Hotel Abrego Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 93-room Hotel Abrego's style lies in the nice middle ground between "family casual" and "acceptably business chic." The spacious guest rooms are painted in muted earth tones and come complete with flat-screen TVs, fireplaces, iPod docks and comfortable bedding. The most notable drawback is the rooms' lack of air-conditioning: Even with the temperate California climate, the au naturel "open a window" method does little to bring the temperature down during a heat wave. But the hotel's fantastic location within walking distance of the beach, downtown, and Fisherman's Wharf is a clear perk.

Casa Munras Hotel & Spa

Casa Munras Hotel & Spa Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This upper-middle-range hacienda-style hotel in Old Town Monterey claims to be rich in Spanish heritage, but looks more like a traditional chain hotel. The ivy and flower-covered exterior is pretty, as is the modern lobby with a stone fireplace and cozy leather chairs, but something about the place is almost too "done" to feel authentic. The rooms are spacious and feature some modern amenities such as flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, and some have cozy fireplaces. But the real pleasure of this hotel lies in its social outdoor spaces. Candles, fire pits and cozy seating invite guests to gather outside -- and most do in the evenings. For a mid-range hotel, the spa here is fantastic -- that, along with the tapas restaurant, outdoor pool, and convenient location -- make this hotel a great pick, especially at its affordable price.

Monterey Bay Inn

Monterey Bay Inn Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Boasting some of the best views in the area (that can be seen from most of the balconies off each room), the Monteray Bay Inn is a popular choice for tourists looking for a calm waterfront hotel not too far from the action. Located on a quiet end of Cannery Row, the inn is within walking distance of most of the area's attractions, including Old Fisherman's Wharf and the Monterey Bay Aquarium. There are 49 clean and simple rooms, some with ocean views (choose the panoramic ocean front rooms for the best), and an in-room continental breakfast and free Wi-Fi come standard. While repeat visitors enjoy the inn-like vibe, some have complained of the rates being too high for a property lacking amenities like a full restaurant or gym.

Monterey Marriott

Monterey Marriott Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This 319-room hotel is centrally located in Downtown Monterey, connected via sky-bridge to the Convention Center and a few blocks from Fisherman’s Wharf. The airy rooms are less generic than what one would expect from a mid-range chain hotel, but some could use an update. It is a perfectly adequate hotel, but guests might feel nickel-and-dimed (there are fees for Wi-Fi and valet parking), and it is certainly a bit pricey for what it offers: a decent-size pool, a nice fitness center, and a couple standard dining options on-site. Book a room on the top floors for better views and more light.

Spindrift Inn

Spindrift Inn Rating: 3.5 Pearls

An upper-middle-range, 45-room hotel, Spindrift Inn has a prime location on Cannery Row, right along the ocean and near several tourist sights. Pink-painted guest rooms, either facing Cannery Row or the water, have plush beds, feminine fabrics, and (in most) cozy wood-burning fireplaces. Though there's no on-site restaurant, the hotel delivers a continental breakfast to each room and there's a daily wine and cheese reception in the lobby. Rates are high due to the location, but it's a great option for a romantic getaway.

Americas Best Value Stage Coach Lodge

Americas Best Value Stage Coach Lodge Rating: 2.5 Pearls

The 26-room budget America's Best Value Stage Coach Lodge is a family-run chain hotel that doesn't feel chain-like, thanks to the owners’ taste and attention to detail. The Stage Coach is a bona fide (but charming) roadside motel, convenient to Monterey’s most popular attractions, with beautiful flowers on the grounds and in the common areas, a pristine outdoor pool, and a Diver's Station for the convenience of scuba enthusiasts. Rooms are updated and spotless, with comfortable furniture and cheerful decor.

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Brands

  • Hyatt
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