The Carmel Inn and Suites features twenty rooms and mini suites in a two story inn. There are eight suite on the ground floor and twelve units on the second floor. The upstairs suites are open and airy; many have views of Point Lobos and the ocean. Perfect for that romantic, getaway, such as a honeymoon or a weekend getaway. There are also family friendly rooms available, that will fit kids as well. All room furnishings feature the elegance and sophistication of the finest country inns. Fine European style furniture is tastefully coordinated with the custom-made comforters, pillow shams, dust ruffles, drapes and carpets complete the decor of these beautiful rooms.
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Room with one king or one queen bed includes inlaid marble with a shower tub combination. Cable color Televisions with remote controls, Showtime, ESPN, AM FM clock radios, telephones and hair dryers in the bathrooms. Non-smoking room. Bed type assigned upon check-in
2 Room suite with One King Bed includes private bath of inlaid marble with a shower tub combination, wet bar, microwave, mini-refrigerator, Cable color Televisions with remote controls, Showtime, ESPN, AM FM clock radios, telephones and hair dryers in the bathrooms. Non smoking room
The hotel serves a continental breakfast (8:30am-10pm) every morning in the cafe breakfast room and in the early evening (5pm-8pm, there is brandy served in the lobby. The Carmel areas has several eat dining options nearby.
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GHASTLY environs and outrageous attitude of manager
I paid $145/nt for a king suite. I was given literally a hole in the wall (no. 27) in the back with one small window overlooking a staircase. The wallpaper was peeling in both the bedroom and bathroom. It was so dark I had to leave the door open
to get light. It was filthy and dingy. Nails were in the walls where previous things had hung. A child dropped cereal on the hall carpet at 8 am and the mashed up remnants were still there at 9 pm. The trash can outside the room looked like birds had sh---t on it. I went to the manager and he said this company had made a mistake by putting suite on the reservation. Hard to believe! He made absolutely no attempt at rectifying the situation. I was had!!
I took lots of pictures on my phone but don't know how to attach them :(. Trust me..they speak a million words.
We paid an extra $20 for an upgrade to a suite in this hotel. Upon arrival, we were given the only room left, a tiny corner room (Room#1) not a suite. The staff denied making a mistake in accommodating the booking, saying we should learn a lesson
in not book thru the internet again, and no refund. Too bad this beautiful city has such a shameful hotel.
Hotel outside was beautiful.. inside hotel room. Looked nice, but carpets were old. Needed updated. Bathroom Was nice except the shower head was perfect for someone 6'2 but not short like 5'6. Wallpaper on walls was pealing off walls. Bed looked
nice, but very uncomfortable. Probably will not recommend this place to friends or family. I feel like I was over charged to be unhappy in my rooms. I feel other motels/hotels that are cheaper probably had better rooms.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
There's a bunch of restaurants in walking distance.
I have been to Carmel many times, but this was my first time staying in this hotel. For the price, it was terrific. (less than $100/night for weekend nights). The location, right on the edge of downtown, and walking distance to many great
restaurants, was probably the best aspect of my stay. No need to fight for a parking spot downtown during a holiday weekend! The room was cute, decorated with antique-style, ornate wood wardrobes and small dinette set. The bed was comfortable enough (I am picky about beds!). The bathroom and shower were nicely appointed. The room was pretty tiny, with tight spaces to maneuver when walking from one end to the other, thus my 3-star rating for room comfort. It was quiet and peaceful; I didn't hear any traffic noises from the street. The "breakfast" was little more than average coffee, OJ, and stale bread and danish, and some oranges, but it's better than nothing. The office and cleaning staff were very friendly and warm. I would definitely stay there again.