Quality Inn Monterey - Fremont Street
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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuality Inn Monterey - Fremont Street
Friendly staff, clean, guest laundry. very nice kitchenette in King Size room. Nice layout. Stayed on 2nd floor, nice balcony.
BUT..No air conditioning. They had to bring fan to room and we had tleavere windows open to get fresh cool air since room was warm. No coffee in lounge area except for breakfast and no cream in lounge area (only powdered). No yogurt for breakfast.
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