Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel And Spa On Del Monte Golf Course
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Great setting got upgrade so overlooked the 17th fairway good as golf seemed to start late in USA no balls hit windows. Lovely tennis courts for free well that's if you count the $20 a day resort fee as your parking fee You do have to pay for racquets naturally
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