Looking for intimate hotels in Monterey, CA ? These are some of our most exceptionally decorated rooms at our Pacific Grove hotel. Whether it’s the soothing experience of listening to the Serpent Fountain outside your window of the Fountain Room, experiencing the massive headboard design of the McClatchy Room, or relaxing in the Pineapple room, you can find a room to fit your needs. All of these economically priced Queen bed rooms offer a private bath with either clawfoot bathtub or walk-in shower, luxurious cotton bath sheets, and comfortable terry robes.
Welcome to the Fountain room - named for the Serpent Fountain in the courtyard that you can see so well from this Queen bed guest room. The dark burgundy wall covering works well because of the southwest orientation of this room and two walls of windows.Pictures & Details Reserve Now
Welcome to the McClatchy room - named after C.K. McClatchy the founder of the Sacramento Bee, Modesto Fresno Bee and McClatchy News Service. The Queen bedroom set was custom made for him in the early 1870s.Pictures & Details Reserve Now
Welcome to the Pineapple room - with Queen Bed, named after the symbol of hospitality, the pineapple. It is rumored that if the pineapple finials on the bed were removed during your stay, the host was telling you that you had over stayed your welcome.Pictures & Details Reserve Now
Welcome to the California room - Queen Bed in a spacious room that looks down into the Garden Courtyard and continues to delight guests with its blend of openness and stylish comfort. The California room was the bedroom of the groundskeeper who originally managed the estate at the turn of the 20th Century, and was the nephew of Mr. Parke. It is the only room in the four building complex with open rafters and a beamed ceiling.Pictures & Details Reserve Now
Welcome to the Monterey room - Queen Bed in an enchanting room that was once the maid’s bedroom. Still remaining from its historic beginnings is the impressive rough-plastered archway that once led to the outside The claw foot bathtub with wrap around curtains is located at the foot of the bed making this a very intimate space.Pictures & Details Reserve Now
Welcome to the Jenny Lind room -Queen Bed in this one time kitchen and dining room for the maid’s quarters. This popular guest room on the main floor of the Main House is named after the world famous coloratura who was introduced around the world by P.T. Barnum. Her bust is carved on each of the furnishings.Pictures & Details Reserve Now
Welcome to the Walnut Room - Queen Bed in an especially charming and romantic room! This room was an open area under the nephew’s bedroom, which was on poles. Smaller scale furnishings, 3 French doors and garden views make this small room feel very comfortable and is a favorite of many guests who prefer the easy access to the Courtyard.Pictures & Details Reserve Now