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Please help me...I need know where to stay? play? eat? everything.....this is a big deal...not kidding around...I want to go there so bad....and don't want to screw my dream up.....me and wife and planning this and it means more to me than you know....thanks I know how expensive it is and just want to get the most out of the trip......really is important to me...really hope for no BS comments....
This post was edited by Alabamaforever 14 months ago
I am going out to play Pebble and Spyglass a week from Monday. We are staying at the Mariposa Inn in Monterrey.
I will try to remember to post the post trip details to help with your trip.
Portola Hotel in Monterrey.
go ahead and bite the bullet and stay at the lodge or the Inn at Spanish Bay . better access to tee times and a once in a lifetime experience. you only live once. Package worth checking out here.
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This post has been edited 3 times, most recently by Redwoodforest 14 months ago
This is the only way to go IMO.
"You don't always get what you want, but you always get what you deserve"
Stay at The Lodge at Pebble Beach. Eat a meal down at Rocky Point, about 10 miles south of Carmel on highway 1. I've been there 4 times but limited my golf to Pebble, Spyglass, and Cypress Point so maybe some of the other guys can offer advice on other courses. A beer by the outdoor fireplace at The Hog's Breath Saloon is a must. Steaks there are pretty good too. It's an expensive trip and the only golf trip I take the wife on! The place is enchanted.
Nice suggestions here...I'll add to drive the 17 mile drive several times of the day if you can as it looks different every time and at different times of the day...side trips Napa, see the redwoods.
The wife and I took our 10 year anniversary trip to California last year. 2 days in San Francisco/Sausalito, 2 days in Napa, then drove the rental SUV down for 3 days in Monterey. The drive south along the PCH1 was incredible. The views of the Pacific seemed to get more impressive by the mile. Stayed at the Monterey Plaza on Cannery Row. Incredible hotel with great views/service! Drove over to Pebble Beach, did the 17 mile drive, went to Carmel and walked around. IMO, staying on Cannery Row puts you right in the middle of many varied activities within walking distance (restaurants, bars, aquarium, historical sites, etc). We really enjoyed being able to just walk down to Cannery Row and walk around and sight see. Driving to Pebble Beach was easy also. Napa was for the wife, Monterey/Pebble Beach was for me. Had a great time in California.
Monterey Plaza Hotel Spa, ranked #1 of 53 hotels in Monterey and rated 4.5 of 5 at TripAdvisor.
This post was edited by johngur 14 months ago
If you have time, include a drive all the way down to Big Sur. views are spectacular.
This man speaks the truth... One of my favorite restaurants is Little Napoli in Carmel. Not very large but very quaint. I think you would enjoy it.
I stayed at The Marriott located at Monterrey Bay. Great location right off of bay and Cannery Row. Short drive to Pebble Beach.
Definitely see the Redwoods. Awe inspiring.
Have a great trip.
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