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Mar 18, 2014
The Clement, Monterey #1
Used this hotel for get-away. Good value in off-season, expensive otherwise. If on-site restaurant... See full review
May 21, 2015
Enjoy stunning ocean views from InterContinental The Clement Monterey, a AAA Four Diamond resort with 208 rooms and suites situated right next to the world-renowned Monterey Bay Aquarium in the heart of John Steinbeck's historic Cannery Row. Open-air terraces with fire pits, meeting and banquet facilities, and dining areas all afford views of the ocean, as do many of the guest rooms. The C Restaurant and Bar, spa, fitness center, pool, whirlpools, and terrace can make guests forget to tour Monterey Peninsula.
208 guestrooms offer a king or two double beds with premium bedding. Entertainment includes a 37-inch flat-screen television with premium cable channels, iPod dock, and wired and wireless high-speed Internet access (fees apply). Marble bathrooms feature a soaking tub and separate shower, hairdryer, and bathrobes. Suites range in size from 650 to 850 square feet (60-79 sq m) and afford ocean views with balconies.
Energia Spa specializes in treatment for the body and psyche. Try four-handed massage, a chocolate champagne facial, or the Raindrop TherapyMassage, a detoxifying treatment drawn from an ancient technique based on Lakota Native healing.
Top-of-the-line equipment with individual television screens are found in the fitness center. Children are well cared for with babysitting and daycare services or at the VIP Kids Club, complete with rock climbing wall.
Find dining and refreshment options at the C Bar, which offers a large selection of tasty appetizers, an extensive local wine selection, and a Champagne menu featuring Champagnes from around the world. C Restaurant showcases fresh treasures from the sea, premium Angus beef, and local organic produce. C Food to Go offers a variety of light foods for guests on the run. Pacific View Courtyard offers stunning ocean views and tasty treats.
Nearby Cannery Row's fashionable boutiques, delectable eateries, upscale galleries, and vibrant street scene are just a few minutes away. Valet or self-parking (fees apply) make cars easily accessible for touring.
VIP Kid's Club
Complimentary newspaper delivered to the room
Monterey Bay Aquarium (0.1 mi/0.16 km)
Point Lobos State Preserve (9 mi/14.48 km)
Laguna Seca Race Track (10 mi/16.09 km)
The National Steinbeck Center (17 mi/27.36 km)
Unstaffed business center
12 meeting rooms with capacity for up to 300
Monterey Peninsula Airport (5 mi/ 8.05 km)
San Jose International Airport (75 mi/120.7 km)
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After an exhausting drive from L.A., delayed by highway accidents on 101 I arrived at the hotel where the desk clerk informed me that there wasn't a reservation in my name. After searching through the computer, she sneeringly informed me that she
could not find my name. Even after I presented my Orbitz prepaid receipt with my confirmation, she still couldn't find it. Finally asking a supervisor to assist her,they stood there giggling over her inability to find my name, and he pointed to a name on the computer screen. Before she gave me the key,she proceeded to ask me if I understood the hotel policies. I was taken aback with her manner and asked what exactly did she mean? Since I always book a nonsmoking room,and had prepaid my room, I was shocked with her query. Not apologizing for the delay, she shoved the key at me. I asked about a bell person to help me with my luggage and was brusquely informed it would be brought up later. I made my way to the room on the third floor, and found a "do not disturb" sign on the door. After multiple attempts to open the door after about 10 minutes, the bell man, [...] came up with my luggage. He also couldn't open the door, and when I called downstairs was told that the room had been assigned to someone who's name began with the same 3 letters as my last name. Taken to another room down the hall, [...] made sure that the key fit, brought my luggage in and adjusted the temperature of the room for me. I couldn't find the temp. controls because a very heavy, large chair, hassock was placed right in front of it, and I would have had to crawl on top of the chair to adjust it. He was even so kind as to fill my ice bucket for me since I felt uncomfortable roaming the halls trying to find ice. After he left, I went into the bathroom to find there was no bathtub! Only a shower. Calling downstairs again, I was told that there were 4 rooms in the hotel with only a shower, and that I had been assigned to one. Someone came up and finally led me to a room with a bathtub and shower. This was my third room assignment after the disturbing way I was treated at check in and I was very upset.The walls were a tea green color, the King size bed had a white comforter on it with no spread and one of the pillows had a strange odor. The bathroom has no fan, and the shower steams up the whole room. The makeup mirror would be more useful mounted on the wall next to the sink. There was no bedside light that could be used for reading, and the heavy drapes on the windows were unwieldy. The windows opened up directly across from a building whose windows looked right at my window. Don't book the 3rd floor. I had been told that I would have a partial ocean view but this was not true. After 3 moves, all I wanted was to have dinner and relax.I went downstairs to the incomparable "C" Restaurant where the hostess quickly seated me "anywhere you like", at a comfortable booth above the other tables,overlooking the ocean. The attentive,lovely wait person assisted me in suggesting dishes she thought I would enjoy after I mentioned what my preferences were and then began a culinary experience that soothed my frazzled nerves,and satiated my palate with the most delectable creations. An excellent martini, oysters on the half shell with a zesty dipping sauce, Caesar Salad with flavorful whole anchovies and a crispy crouton. The best clam chowder, made with creme fraiche,whole baby clams, potato discs and leeks followed by seared Pilot scallops and porcini stew and a delightful glass of wine from the extensive wine list. Topped off with a wonderful coffee and a scrumptious pear tart wrapped for me to enjoy later in the hotel room. All this ,exceptional service, wonderful view and a visit from [...], the restaurant manager to see if there was anything he could do.Exhausted and satiated I slept comfortably in the King size bed. The next morning I checked out smoothly once again assisted by [...] the bell man placing my luggag...
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Don't miss the "C" Restaurant. Don't waste your time going elsewhere if you want to experience an incomparable dining experience with a breathtaking view and exceptional service.
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Love to Cycle
May 30, 2011
Just What I was Looking for, except....
The hotel was exactly as hoped...I asked for a quiet room because I was there for an athletic event. I was given "the quietest room in the hotel." It was fantastic.
The Parking Garage was a pain. The attendent was impossible to understand;
she told me to drive to the top in my oversized vehicle. I did as instructed only to find, this was employee parking only; very difficult to get around and out. The entrance to the parking garage was two streets away from the hotel; there was an entrance on the between street, but my key didn't work in it and I was told it was for employee's only. Also, no-one told me there was a "Bridge" to atleast get one street closer to the entrance. There were so many people on the streets, walking with luggage was next to impossible. Communication could have relieved some of this. When I was checking out is when I was given full instructions about how to most conveniently access the parking garage. It would have been nice to know this WHEN I checked in.