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Hotels in Monterey near Monterey, CA (MRY-Monterey Peninsula)

Monterey, CA (MRY-Monterey Peninsula) Hotels

With its sparkling Pacific shoreline and fun-filled family-friendly attractions, it’s not surprising Monterey is a Californian favorite. Whether you’re here for relaxing beachside downtime, sightseeing among historic Spanish-Mexican adobe buildings, or treating yourself to seafood delicacies in tempting bistros, Monterey Regional Airport (MRY) is a convenient gateway to this lively city. Its compact modern terminal building offers free WiFi, and a handful of shops and cafés that will keep you occupied and well fed.

Hotels in Monterey, CA (MRY-Monterey Peninsula)

No matter what your taste and budget, there are hotels near Monterey Airport to suit. If you need a cheap hotel, you won’t be short for choice among Monterey’s many 2-star chain motels. For something a bit more special, choose from a handful of upmarket 3 and 4-star hotels. Whether you fancy a grand suite overlooking grassy dunes and the glinting ocean, or a plush king room with deep-fill spa bath tub, you’ll be treated to luxurious amenities like swimming pools, on-site spas, and fancy gourmet restaurants.

Where to stay

Monterey Airport’s close to serene beachside communities like Seaside, as well as the budget-friendly area of North Fremont Street. Buzzing downtown Monterey’s an 8-minute drive away, well known for its historic adobe Old Town, the iconic Cannery Row – home to the incredible Monterey Bay Aquarium – and vibrant Fisherman’s Wharf, where you can see the sleepy sea otters and seals.

How to get to Monterey, CA (MRY-Monterey Peninsula)

You can fly to Monterey Airport from San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Las Vegas, and Phoenix. Rent a car from the airport if you plan to explore the area independently, or hop in a cab to downtown. It’s also worth checking if your hotel offers a shuttle bus service from the airport.

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