dont expect the ARIA or COSMOPOLITAN hotel when coming here...it is super old with minimal cosmetic face-lift done on premises, the only beautiful part about this hotel is it's view from the lobby, the lobby's cleanliness/design layout and that's about it. but if you're not the kind that's used to brand-new hotels (vegas style) then this'll do as it is somewhat clean, the cleaning staff were very nice, it is located on the beach (just walk down the steps out onto the sand), prices are reasonable.
Facing the Pacific, Monterey Tides has direct access to a soft, sandy beach. Guests can ride a bike to Laguna Grande Regional …More
I was traveling for business, so did not use amenities, but everything was a little dated.
The rooms could definitely use new carpeting, since mine was stained, and updated bathrooms. The price was good, but I would not pay more $150-$175
Located in Munras Avenue, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Del Monte Shopping Center, Fisherman's Wharf, and Dennis the …More
I don't have much to say here. I stayed across the street from the office. There was parking, although I can see how it would get tight. There is an elevator & the stairs are fine.
I actually thought that my room over delivered. The room was a good size. It had a bathroom with sink & then an additional sink by the mini fridge & microwave. The a/c worked great. There was a decent work station. The bed was really comfortable. There was a full size ironing board & iron in the room. I'm not listing anything really special here, but it was all nice & there wasn't anything that I needed that I didn't have.
I would stay here again.
Traveller from Rocklin, CA
Situated near the boardwalk, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Museum of Art & History and Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk …More
We have been staying at Seacliff in for many years and have always had a positive experience. The hotel has a great pool and spa that is family friendly. The restaurant is always very good and they have reasonable prices for a hotel restaurant. Rooms do have a bit of a musty smell to them but this is to be expected being so close to the ocean and with folks coming into the rooms from the beach and the pool. Lived across the highway for 11 years and has some of the humidity issues in my our home.
Traveller from Berkeley
Situated by the ocean, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Aptos History Museum, Seacliff State Beach, and Rio Del Mar Beach …More
Moss Landing is on scenic Highway 1 midway between Santa Cruz and Monterey. Bird watching, hiking, and wildlife viewing are popular at Elkhorn Slough, one of California’s largest wetlands. Take a safari via pontoon boat or rent a kayak to spot sea otters and harbor seals. Sportfishers and whale watchers set sail from Moss Landing’s many boat charters.