Monterey Staycation Series: Where to Stay
The ideal place to stay will offer a little something for everyone, and luckily, Monterey has just the place. Situated on the edge of Del Monte golf course, the picturesque Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel and Spa was established in 1969, making it one of the original Hyatt hotels in the nation. With 30 buildings and 550 rooms, this sprawling hotel has enough space and varied activities to attract an extensive scope of visitors. What they offer:
The Del Monte golf course, over which the whole hotel looks, is owned and managed by Pebble Beach, but at 1/5 of the Pebble Beach prices.
Rate: $125/day with cart
Many well-kept courts are available for those with racquet fever. Home of the Monterey Bay Racquet Club, these tennis courts and are a favorite hangout among Monterey locals.
Rate: Resort fee includes court time, racquet and balls. Resident tennis pro Hans Romer is available for adult and junior lessons.
A little spa in your life makes everything better. Enter Accista Spa, Hyatt Monterey’s relaxing and rejuvenating oasis. Named after the indigenous word the Indians used for the land, Accista Spa features scents sourced solely from the Monterey Peninsula for a truly authentic spa experience. With a sauna, steam room, whirlpool, waterfall showers and a full list of treatments, Accista Spa will work out your physical and mental kinks in no time.
With a cool neighborhood bar vibe, Knuckles is the largest sports bar on the Monterey Peninsula. The décor features all upcycled materials salvaged from an old gym, while some tables are equipped with their own taps.
The more upscale TusCA Ristorante offers delicious farm-to-table fare for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Whether you're looking for a romantic getaway or a family destination spot, Hyatt Regency Monterey covers the spectrum and ensures that your staycation will be a fulfilling one.