Monterey Museum of Art
Filled with paintings, sculptures and photos from several periods, with an emphasis on California artists, plus educational workshops, this museum is a local favorite.
Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park
Covering approximately 1,006 acres of land with numerous hiking trails and campsites, the Big Sur River meanders through this picturesque coastal park.
Molera State Park
Located on the Big Sur coast, this wonderful state park has pristine beaches, hiking and walking trails and opportunities to ride horses through the hills and beaches.
Basilica of Mission San Carlos
Attend a Mass or just check out the collection of Spanish Colonial liturgical art and artifacts on display at Basilica of Mission San Carlos in Carmel.
Monterey County Fairgrounds
The 22-acre, tree-lined fairgrounds hosts a number of exciting and family-friendly festivals, concerts, events, and more. And, it's less than a mile from the hotel!
Monterey Bay Aquarium
Dedicated to inspiring ocean conservation and sustainable fisheries, the acclaimed Monterey Bay Aquarium’s vast exhibits represent more than 550 different species.
Point Pinos Lighthouse
Built in 1855, this is the oldest continually operating lighthouse on the West Coast and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The whole family can get up close and personal with wild, exotic animals from around the world in a beautiful natural setting in the Salinas area. An unforgettable adventure!
Pebble Beach Golf Academy
Whether you want to improve your swing or learn the basics, the academy provides instruction from top industry professionals, from private lessons to group sessions.
WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca
Exciting racing events held at this world-renowned racetrack.
Biking in Monterey
There are miles of biking paths in Monterey, including the popular 18-mile Rec Trail from Castroville to Pacific Grove. We'll help arrange bicycle rentals so you can start exploring.
Del Monte Golf Course
First designed in 1897 by Charles E. Maud, the Pebble Beach Company's championship Del Monte Golf Course has been a long-standing pinnacle to golf in the West.
Once the thriving heart of the sardine canning industry, this historical area made famous by John Steinbeck is now home to an exciting mix of shops, restaurants and entertainment.
Fisherman's Wharf Monterey
Built during the heyday of Monterey's fishing industry, the Wharf has been the center of activity since the 1600's and is now filled with gift shops, fish markets and restaurants.