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... cover the nine miles back to our hotel. Angry again. The restaurant at the hotel was a joke price-wise so, that evening, we managed to find a local Greek Restaurant and the owner let us drink our own bottle of wine for free which was cool. We had planned to make it a celebratory evening to toast the Divide ride, but we just want to get to Lima now and away from California, cities, hire cars, ridiculously expensive everything and **** service. Got back to the hotel to realise the pedals ...
... bliss instead of two nights of hugging our passports and dollar under our pillows in fright in a dive hostel in Downtown LA.
The Marriott was pure lush! Overly friendly staff, gigantic beds littered with luminous white pillows for your body to effortlessly sink into, a stunning view of freeways and palm trees forming the path towards Beverley Hills, HUOGE bath in an all-marble bathroom, no bed bugs, no screeching backpackers, just me, my ...
... Some of the freeways or highways are also furnished with a special lane called “carpool” which is meant for vehicles carrying 2 or more persons. As itīs very common in the USA that each member of a family has his/her own car, we noticed, there was only one person in most of the cars. These drivers canīt legally use the carpool which makes it much emptier and faster. The aim is to encourage local people to use fewer cars, and thus reduce the amount of cars on the ...
... high speed roll coater ride that thrilled the socks off everyone. So much so that we did it again and again and again. No kidding. Some even lined up for the ride 7 times. Manta conquered!
We got to touch and stroke sting rays (don't worry, no barbs attached) and (smallish) sharks (actually they were tiny. But still - sharks!). We also got to see the brilliant talent of the dolphins and the Orca ...
... had envisaged: I may finally have been clean, but I was ill. And Mum's luggage had been lost by British Airways so she was donning one of their branded T-shirts. This also meant that neither of us had any makeup or hair products (I hadn't travelled with any). We didn't let this deter us from exploring Hollywood Blvd though and, despite my dishevelled appearance, Spongebob Squarepants kindly told me he loved me (he's clearly not a superficial kinda guy). Overnight ...