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Good location, nice historic hotel. Bathroom was ok. Sink too low.
The inn was charming and immaculate, room was lovely and bright linens were fine breakfast was fresh and delicious with scones to die for. Close to water and charming center of town. Altogether my best stay in Monterey area ever. Kimmarie was warm and called when they realized that I needed a very ...
Friendly staff, comfortable spacious room, great location.
Very nice , rooms are amazing , helpful staff , just no air conditioning , but we cracked a window and sleep very comfortable , actually quiet hotel day and night
Martine Inn is a hidden gem! There are fabulous views from the dining area of the coast and you are likely to see otters playing in the distance. Food was exceptional!! Free wine and appetizers from 5:30-7 pm and free breakfast. It was filling, healthy, and delicious! Rooms were small, but had essentials ...
Everything was wonderful and found nothing unacceptable.
Love that Cypress Inn is dog friendly. Staff were very nice. I needed a refrigerator for the room because I make my dog's food. They were also very nice about heating it up for me in the bar. I think the rooms need to be updated considering the cost of a standard room but they were very clean. My ...
The staff were super friendly. Breakfast was excellent.
Nicely renovated, comfortable rooms, beautiful balcony view, great service. Wonderful, in-room continental breakfast.
When you take a Monterey getaway, it is easy to decide on a chain you are familiar with, or a modern hotel. You may be used to your hotel having all the familiar amenities. But sometimes choosing to stay in a more distinctive location can enhance your getaway. A stay in a Monterey historic hotel still offers you with a fully-furnished room that is also teeming with personality. Additionally, it allows you to surround yourself in Monterey's history.
A stay in one of these Monterey traditional hotels can transport you to a historic era as soon as you step into the lobby. With vintage charm and marvelous histories, you'll that these accommodations stand apart from your typical hotels. Thankfully, you aren't required to live like the hotel's past guest. Although these lodgings may be historic, they have most modern conveniences to help you wind down on your trip. You will notice your room outfitted with a cozy bed and just about anything else you may want for a marvelous getaway.
Once you've checked out your hotel, you can continue to take in this culturally-rich region by visiting the art galleries and famed landmarks. If you love history, then you picked the right place. Monterey has 4 historical landmarks and buildings in the area. After visiting places like Monterey Old Town Historic District, Royal Presidio Chapel, and Larkin House you'll be able to write your own history guide on Monterey. Oh, and don't forget to also add in a visit to U.S. Customhouse. Searching for more things to do in Monterey? You can see what fellow visitors found worth visiting in our comment section. You'll find 12387 suggestions in our comment section on more sights to see, great spots to eat, and what they liked most about their visit.
Monterey has 591 vintage hotels that exude the feel and look of another era. Some of these famous hotels are where important musicians may have stayed. You're sure to find a place possessing all the in-room amenities and the traits you want. Be sure to reserve your Monterey vintage hotel soon, or you may miss out on staying in one of these unique accommodations.