The beach is calling your name, and will all the recent and upcoming hotel openings and renovations happening in Monterey County, you won’t need any convincing to book a trip up to the California coast.
Below are our top picks amongst the many fresh new looks in Monterey County.
Fairway One at The Lodge
A part of the Pebble Beach Resorts family, Fairway One at The Lodge opened its doors in August, and has not disappointed in the short time it’s been around.
First of all, it’s location is fab — on the first fairway of the Pebble Beach Golf Links. Then, there are the rooms. The resort boasts 30 oversized guest rooms, and two four-bedroom golf cottages that each have a 1,000 square-foot living room.
And who wouldn’t want to have their next meeting here? Fairway One at The Lodge has a 2,500 square-foot meeting room that provides floor-to-ceiling views of the golf course.
One of Carmel-by-the-Seas finest resorts is about to get an upgrade. When renovations are complete, L’Auberge Carmel’s guest rooms will have a totally different look and feel.
Portola Hotel & Spa
With a $10 million price tag, Portola Hotel & Spa‘s 379 guest rooms have undergone full renovation, and are more luxurious than ever.
The hotel also renovated its lobby, and added in a lobby bar and restaurant, Jacks Monterey.
Committed to energy and water conservation, the hotel replaced its fixtures with more eco-friendly ones.
Sanctuary Beach Resort
Expect some new fabulous food and decor when you stay at Sanctuary Beach Resort. The resort’s new Salt Wood Kitchen and Oysterette takes inspiration from the local agriculture of Salinas Valley, and uses locally-sourced ingredients in its stellar dishes.
The resort also revealed three new adjoining beachfront conference rooms that create the perfect space for any upcoming meetings. From work gatherings to cocktail parties, Sanctuary Beach Resort has got what you need. Each conference room now has 42″ flat-screen monitors, LCD projects, and surround sound system.
The changes don’t stop there — the resort has also updated furnishings in its 60 guest rooms.
Wave Street Inn
New to the scene in Cannery Row, Wave Street Inn is just a few months old, but is already wowing guests.
Melding the natural beauty of the area with maritime history, the vibe of this hotel is something you’re sure to love. From shiplap walls that represent the region’s rich fishing heritage to the contrasting modern art, Wave Street Inn provides guests with the laid back ambiance we all travel to California for.