I am a Soldier in the US Army and found Monterey Surf Inn to be quite nice. I was very comfortable, felt bery safe & enjoyed my first good night's sleep since I returned from Afghanistan. The staff were very friendly and helpful. All the basic amenities were present!
Located in Munras Avenue, this motel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Don Dahvee Park, Fisherman's Wharf, and Dennis the Menace Park …More
Check in was super fast and quick. Staff was friendly. Room was spacious, clean and comfortable. Breakfast is small. Only issue we had was that the pool was closed for our whole stay. We wished we could use. Great location though. Right off freeway, close to shopping center, and a few minutes drive to down town restaurant's.
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Located in Munras Avenue, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Del Monte Shopping Center, Fisherman's Wharf, and Dennis the …More
Though the exterior of the hotel left you wondering about whether or not the quality would be suitable, the newly remodeled interiors were wonderful. Great value for the price, especially in Monterey. We would definitely stay here again!
Located in North Fremont Street, this motel is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from Monterey County Fairgrounds and within 3 mi (5 km) of …More
The hotel is very plain looking from the outside but so beautiful on the inside. Our room faced the marina, and Lovers Beach. Loved having a balcony with table and 2 chairs. Furniture was very nice and tv was large. Bathroom was awesome with robes and plenty of towels. Breakfast brought to our room upon request was free and lovely. Croissants, fruit, hard boiled egg, juice and coffee are what we had and it was very nice. You will enjoy staying here close to restaurants and shopping. The hotel has underground parking as well.
Anchoring the quiet end of Cannery Row, this waterfront boutique hotel is perched above Monterey Bay, with Fisherman's Wharf …More
Synonymous with golf, this affluent community contains seven 18-hole courses, including the top-ranked Pebble Beach Golf Links. Bing Crosby started the popular PGA Tour AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am in 1937, which still attracts stars. The famous 17-mile drive winds along the windswept coast and past palatial homes and the Lone Cypress, considered one of the world’s most photographed trees.