A coastal cornucopia in Northern California. You’ll think your trip can’t get any better as you stroll along gentle hills overlooking the boats and waves. But wait, what about those colorful shops housed in old sardine canneries on Cannery Row? Poll your cohorts: Is that their prime outing pick? They may opt to hop aboard a whale-watching cruise. You can’t go wrong, assuming you later break out a bottle of the local wine. California dreamin’.


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Key Features

· Beach Access
· 24-Hour Front Desk
· Wi-Fi Internet Access


· Beach Access
· Children’s Pool (Outdoor)
· Hot Tub (Outdoor)
· Restaurant
· Swimming Pool (Outdoor)

Before You Go


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Things To See and Do


Hearst Castle

Take a guided tour through Hearst Castle, one of the largest historic house museums in the United States. Once the home of William Randolph Hearst, the estate features 165 rooms and 127 acres of gardens, terraces, pools and walkways.


The Maritime Museum of Monterey

This seafaring museum has a collection of nearly 6,000 artifacts, more than 50,000 photographs and 6,000 books and papers from Spanish explorers, mission settlers, trade activities, the fishing industry and the U.S. Navy.


Monterey Bay Aquarium

Learn about the marine life that inhabits the waters around Monterey Bay and beyond at this award-winning aquarium located in Cannery Row.


Cannery Row

Cannery Row, the waterfront district of Monterey, offers a wealth of entertainment opportunities, including live music and late night comedy. You can also rent a vintage car or enjoy a game of billiards.