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Very nice hotel. Clean rooms. Staff are very helpful. Pool area really nice but didn’t use it as the weather was too cold . Pool was warm after testing it though. Would definitely go back if going to the area again. Shops and restaurants close...More
We visited with friends who were staying at the Carmel Mission Inn. We were staying elsewhere but stopped in for a drink at the outdoor area connected with Fuse Lounge. The service could not have been nicer. A woman named Angelita greeted us warmly, brought...More
Angel made our stay at the Carmel Mission a most memorable one. She outdid herself in ensuring all our needs were met on the lounge * for our 60 person party. Great, friendly customer service. Delightful place to stay. Fredy in guest services was super...More
This is the first time I have stayed at this hotel. I have seen it from afar for many years. It does not look like much from the outside but once you drive back to the hotel I was like wow!! My girlfriends and I...More
This hotel was in a perfect spot to explore the area. All of the facilities were good and the staff were absolutely brilliant when we had a problem with the car. Perfectly placed for visiting Monterey.
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It's close to Big Sur with (as noted above) a gorgeous drive. There are hotels / inns inside of the park where you can stay, but if you want something more centrally located to also get to the Aquarium, grocery store... More
It's close to Big Sur with (as noted above) a gorgeous drive. There are hotels / inns inside of the park where you can stay, but if you want something more centrally located to also get to the Aquarium, grocery store, restaurants, etc. this would be perfect.
However, as it's north of Big Sur and you'd have to drive through the park to get to it, the road closures might be an issue if you take highway 1. Otherwise you could take I-5 from LA to Carmel and then drive south to Big Sur or fly into San Fran and drive down from there. We did that with some friends from the UK and it was an awesome drive, we also stopped in Santa Cruz and that was super fun.