The Monterey Hotel
The location of the Monterey Hotel is at 406 Alvarado Street in Monterey. To get to the Monterey Hotel, from the south at Exit Route 1 take Munras Street and upon reaching Fremonnt/Munras intersection; turn left to Alvarado Street the hotel will be on the left side. The Monterey Hotel was designed by Architect William Weeks and opened on March 16, 1904. The area where the Monterey Hotel is located has many attractions that include 17 Mile Drive, Laguna Seca (the home of sports car championships and motorcycle races), Monterey Bay Aquarium (a nature's masterpiece), Monterey Whale Watching (a scenic shoreside area to watch whales), and Monterey County Wineries (where vineyards cover an area of 45,000 acres).
The hotel has been restored to its original Victorian style. It offers forty-five guest rooms with ceiling fans, plantation shutters, and hand-carved furniture and fixtures. The beautifully designed master suites feature a luxury wet bar and fireplace. Guest can enjoy the hotel's wireless Internet access as well. The hotel is the perfect accommodation for businessmen and tourists alike. The hotel's concierge service will be happy to assist every guest with the city's events and local attractions.
Monterey Hotel offers quality and comfortable accommodations such as suites, king rooms, queen rooms, double rooms, and twin rooms. The hotel also features beautiful amenities such as comfortable beds, fine bed linens, telephone, voicemail, turndown service, and conference facilities. The hotel's European elegance and style from the past still exists today. Its antique patinas, natural wood tones, wall sconces, and glass chandeliers add glamour to this Victorian-style masterpiece. The luxurious and superior décor of the elegant and grandiose forty-five guest rooms will make everyone's stay a wonderful experience.