Very, very clean. The rooms are quite small, which is the only reason I did not give it all Excellent ratings. The operation seems very well organized, check in was very quick, and the room was comfortable and quiet. When we arrived a private jet flew overhead and was both visible and loud. Flights were frequent. However, we never heard any of the planes from inside the room. This is a great place for a single night stay.
Traveller from Fairfield, CA
Located in North Fremont Street, this motel is 0.1 mi (0.2 km) from Monterey County Fairgrounds and within 3 mi (5 km) of …More
Our room had two queen beds but in separate rooms, each with own tv. It was a fascinating layout. They have an indoor, heated pool. This will definitely be the hotel we stay at next time we come back to Monterey. I'm surprised at the price considering how enjoyable it was.
This Monterey motel is about 1 mile (1.6 kilometers) from Fisherman's Wharf, 2 miles (3.2 kilometers) from Cannery Row, and …More
Great room and excellent friendly and courteous staff overall. Only encountered one discourteous staff member during our stay that prompted me to drop the hotel rating from 5 to 4 stars. Overall we had a great stay here and would recommend the hotel.
Traveller from Southern California
Just 200 yards from Fisherman's Wharf, this resort borders Custom House Plaza, with the beach and sparkling bay just beyond …More
This hotel is directly on its own giant beach. You’re welcome to have a bonfire on the beach. The rooms facing the ocean were great, however too bad they aren’t more private as anyone can walk past and look into your window if your curtains are up. However, the walkways are wide enough we could put our hotel chairs right outside our room and sit and watch the waves, drinking our own wine.
Facing the Pacific, Monterey Tides has direct access to a soft, sandy beach. Guests can ride a bike to Laguna Grande Regional …More
Pacific Grove, known to locals as “P.G.,” marks the northern end of the 17-mile drive along Pebble Beach’s famed golf courses. Point Pinos lighthouse, the oldest under continuous use on the West Coast, stands 85 feet above the Pacific. Monarch butterflies rest their orange and black wings at nearby Monarch Grove Sanctuary. Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History displays native plants and animals.