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Things To Do In Monterey

Nestled along California Coast, Monterey is an enchanting destination for vacation and outdoor adventure. One of the most spectacular places on the West Coast, Monterey offers unique attractions, pristine beaches, beautiful parks and trails and a vibrant food and wine scene. Located in the heart of the Peninsula, our hotel is surrounded by endless things to do in Monterey – from whale watching to golf to dining. Explore famous Monterey attractions, including Fisherman's Wharf, Cannery Row, Monterey Bay Aquarium and Monterey State Beach.
Explore the Monterey Bay's diverse habitats at the Monterey Bay Aquarium. Get an up-close-and-personal look at kelp forests, sea otters and outer bay creatures like sharks and sea turtles.
886 Cannery Row at David Avenue‬, Monterey, California 93940831-648-4888
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Enjoy shopping and dining galore at unique retail stores and restaurants dotting this historic destination. The trendy district was popularized in the works of Monterey native John Steinbeck.
Cannery Row & Wave Streets‬, Monterey, California 93940‬831-649-6690
Category: Restaurant, Shopping & Nightlife
Adventure out into the ocean with the knowledgeable guide at Monterey Bay Whale Watch. Once you're onboard, you can see dolphins, porpoises and humpback whales in their natural habitat.
84 Fishermans Wharf #1, Monterey, California 93940831-375-4658
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Mazda Laguna Seca hosts the Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix, Monterey Historic Automobile Races, and the Honda Grand Prix. The world-class raceway hosts festivals and concerts throughout the year.
1021 Monterey Salinas Hwy, Salinas, California 93908831-242-8201
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Explore eclectic exhibits at the Monterey Museum of Art. The building itself is a masterful work, a popular wedding venue with beautiful gardens, a small pond and gorgeous roses.
559 Pacific St. and Jefferson and Madison streets‬, Monterey, California831-372-5477
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Del Monte Golf Course

Monterey Del Monte Golf Course, California
Opened in 1897, Del Monte Golf Course is the oldest course west of the Mississippi. This inland 18-hole, par-72 golf course boasts a meandering layout that has challenged golfers for more than a century. Host of the California State Amateur, Del Monte features narrow, tree-lined fairways and small, protected greens, and serves as one of three Callaway Golf Pebble Beach Invitational courses.

Laguna Seca Golf Club

Laguna Seca Golf Club at Monterey, California
Play a round of golf on Laguna Seca Golf Club's signature Robert Trent Jones golf course, a challenging Monterey golf course that follows the terrain of the coastal hills of Monterey. Tee boxes offer expansive views and a multitude of bunkers await errant approach shots. Laguna Seca welcomes the public to experience a clubhouse, a golf shop and a natural grass practice facility.

Pebble Beach Golf Courses

Monterey, California Pebble Beach Golf Courses
Ranked the No. 1 golf resort by Golf Digest Magazine in 2002, Pebble Beach's four golf courses are lauded for their unmatched golf facilities, breathtaking scenery, and the acclaimed Pebble Beach Golf Academy. Visit www.pebblebeach.com.
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