We just got back from a 4146 mile road trip. One of the places we stopped was Monterey, California. We spent two nights at Casa Munras Garden Hotel & Spa.
Review – Casa Munras Garden Hotel & Spa Monterey, California
We got to Casa Munras Garden Hotel & Spa around 7:30pm. We were greeted in the lobby and were able to check in quickly. They gave us a hotel map with short descriptions of the hotel amenities. In the lobby, they provided free juice and apples. We all had small cup of juice and my son grabbed an apple. That was a nice little perk after a 13 hour drive from Tucson.
We were upgraded to a room with a fireplace. Our queen-queen room had plenty of space for all of our luggage. As a nice welcome, we were given four bags of donut/pastries.
The bathroom was nice and the beds were comfortable. The kids were able to enjoy the pool one afternoon. Every afternoon Casa Munras Garden Hotel & Spa has free fresh baked cookies. Of course, we took advantage of that! The hotel was in a convenient location within walking distance to several restaurants and shops as well as the Dennis the Menace park.
Overall, we enjoyed our short stay at the Casa Munras Garden Hotel & Spa and hope to return soon.
This is a sponsored post for Casa Munras Garden Hotel and Spa. I received a promotional item, discount, and/or sample to thank me for taking the time to participate.
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