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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.
Pine Inn

Pine Inn Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This upper-middle-range, 49-room hotel is situated in the charming town of Carmel, just four blocks from the beach. The historic 1889 property features antique and ornate furnishings throughout the few public spaces and in the rooms. Guests rooms vary in size, but all feature similar traditional (some would say outdated) furnishings in reds, greens, and floral prints. There's an on-site Italian restaurant and bakery serving free breakfast during the week, but not much else in way of amenities. It's a solid, cozy option for guests wanting to explore the area, but for a slightly more modern hotel, the nearby L'Auberge Carmel is worth checking out.


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