Hotels >Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel And Spa.
Spent 3 days and nights at the hotel. It is beautiful and has just redone the spa which is incredible. Staff were amazing, polite and willing to do that little bit extra to make the stay special. The GM is doing a great job and makes himself available to everyone.....
Have a great lobby bar and a unbelievable wine bar! Food matched all the service.
5 Stars all the way.
Ist class attitude of staff. Conference food was much above average. Staff was very courteous. Room was very comfortable.At checkout I mentioned that all of the shuttle transportation stopped right under my window for passenger pickup. Suggested they relocate the pickup to a more open public area.Without blinking the desk person apologized profusely and comped me with my final night for free.
Good value, nice accomodations, beautiful grounds.. We stayed there for 3 nights and were satisfied with the overall experience. The rooms were nicely appointed and comfortable. The bathroom was large and comfortable even though there was no bathtub. Its location is easy to access off of both the 68 and PCH, however it is a bit too far off the Wharf to walk. This is something to think about because we had to drive to and from the attractions and parking was HORRID. There were receptions/weddings two of the nights and it took us 15-20 minute to find parking. Also, although it wasn?t a problem during our stay there is NO A/C in the rooms. They have a heater for the cool nights, but I don?t know what I would do if the temperature was above 80 degrees.
Great Dining Room Service. These words are being written by a Zagat Reviewer and a public health professional. We just had a Saturday night dinner in the quasi-elegant fine dining room of this, possibly the largest hotel and conference center on the Monterey Peninsula, adjoining the Pebble Beach Company's Old Del Monte Golf Course, one of the oldest, if not the oldest publically accessible Golf Course in California. If you like a bar and lounge with loud music with your $$$$ Saturday night dinner then this is your place. If you like to share a men's bathroom with filthy drunken bums from a sports bar across from this dining room, on a Saturday night, then this is your place too. But finally, if you like to dine in a restaurant with an open kitchen whose sinks seem to connect with that horror of a men's bathroom mentioned above and where my green salad seemed to contain e.coli, probably from being washed with sink water into which water from the men's toilets has leeched, then for the $50.00 or so my dinner cost someone else (I had Pellagrino for my before dinner "drink"), then, at least in my humble opinion, you will have had a fine dining experience on the Monterey Peninsula that should last you a lifetime. We have been eating there for near 11 years, breakfast, lunches, dinners, Christmas, Easter, Mother's Day, Father's Day, what have you, and it has only, at least in my experience in "eating out" which includes a childhood on New York City's Manhattan Island and adulthood in San Francisco, California in such restaurants as shall remain nameless here, gone downhill. But I can tell you this, that my fine dining experience includes places where billionaire businessmen take their families out for a free corporate meal and where my senior Senatorr from the State of California likes to eat out, too. Tums before and after this "ultimate hotel dining' experience plus a good swig of "peto" fixed me up fine. Have a good one. (Please post as is; thank you and Happy New Year)
Kind of crummy for a Hyatt. Small room, musty smell and unattractive grounds adds up to an OK hotel with pretty good service, but still a disappointment
Upscale hotel's comfortable rooms and modern business facilities appeal to both business and leisure travelers..
Soon after the first Hyatt hotel opened in Los Angeles in 1957, Hyatt hotels and resorts became known for their dramatic atrium lobbies and their ability to express local flavor. Rooms feature beds with Sealy brand mattresses and down comforters, flat-screen TVs with cable access, wireless Internet, iPod-adaptable alarm clock/radios, Starbucks coffee and Portico bath products. Travelers enjoy the convenience of hotel and airline check-in kiosks, fitness facilities, multiple business centers and ample meeting spaces.
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