Ramada Limited Carmel Hill
Ramada Limited Carmel Hill
1182 Cas Street
Ramada Limited Carmel Hill Monterey hotel is located in the heart of Monterey California. When vacationing or traveling on business few hotels or city's can offer you the opportunities as our hotel does. Ramada Limited Carmel Hill Monterey hotel is located within minutes of the internationally acclaimed Monterey Bay Aquarium and the Maritime Museum of Monterey. Another major attraction is Pebble Beach, with its architectural elegance, resorts and private homes along the 17 mile drive. Fishermans Wharf and Cannery Row offers exciting glimpses of a seafarers life, in addition to shopping and fine dining. Other points of interest are Big Sur, Carmel and Moss Landing - Yacht Harbor. Enjoy our heated pool April through October, Complimentary Continental Breakfast and inviting hotel rooms with our free wireless high speed internet. Whatever you may choose to do with your time here, please relax and take a deep breath or two of our clean ocean air.
Amenities· AM/FM Alarm Clock
· 24 Hour Front Desk
· Free Parking
· Free Local Telephone Calls
· Hairdryers Available
· Modem Lines in Room
· No Smoking Rooms/Facilities
· Free Newspaper
· Safe Deposit Box
· Television with Cable
· Air Conditioned
· Continental Breakfast
· Coffee Maker in Room
· Handicapped Rooms/Facilities
· Ice Machine
· Ironing Board
· Heated Pool
· Outdoor Pool
· Shops/Commercial Services
· Outdoor Tennis
· TV Remote Control
· Vending Machines
· Wake-up Service
Room InformationGeneral Info
Number of Rooms: 19 Number of 2-room Suites: 1 Number of Kings (Standard): 4 Number of Double-Doubles: 6 Number of Ramada Club (Deluxe King): 4 Number of Luxury Kings: 4 Number of Non-Smoking Rooms: All
* TV with remote control, cable movie channels * Voice mail, telephone with message light, computer hook-up * Electronic door locks * Full bath amenities * AM/FM alarm clock * Hair dryer Additional Ramada Club Amenities: * Individual climate control * Iron, ironing board in-room * Coffee maker * Microwave * Refrigerator * VCR
King Bed Room with Fireplace
Standard King Bed Room
Standard King Bed Room
Standard Two Double Bed Room
Indicative rates for search purposes only; check for specific rate when making a reservation.
· American Dollars is the native currency.
The Ramada Limited on Carmel Hill is located at the intersection of Munras Avenue and Cass Street. Munras is a major north-south thoroughfare beginning at the center of downtown Monterey and proceeding south. Cass Street itself intersects with Munras at a diagonal. The Inn can be seen on the left of the drive when proceeding north on Munras, or to the right of the driver when coming from downtown Monterey.
Highway 1 going North; Exit Munras Ave. Pass 3 traffic lights; Turn left onto Cass Street: hotel entrance on left side
Highway 1 going South; Exit Soledad/Munras Ave; At the traffic light turn right onto Munras; turn left onto Cass Street: hotel entrance on left side
Highway 68 West; Take Monterey/US highway 1 South; Exit Soledad/Munras Ave; At the traffic light turn right onto Munras; turn left onto Cass Street: hotel entrance on left side
Turn right onto Highway 68 West; Take Monterey/US highway 1 South; Exit Soledad/Munras Ave; At the traffic light turn right onto Munras; turn left onto Cass Street: hotel entrance on left side.
Ramada Carmel Hill is your centrally located Bed and Breakfast type facility located in the heart of Monterey.
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Boadies American Grill (.3 mile) California Pizza Kitchen (.4 mile) El Palomar (.5 mile) Great Wall Chinese Restaurant (.5 mile) Siamese Bay Restaurant (.5 mile) Lalapalooza Restaurant (.6 mile) Goombas Italian Restaurant (.7 mile) Epsilon (.7 mile) Crown & Anchor (.8 mile) Indias Clay Oven (.8 mile) Montrio Bistro (.8 mile) Benihana (1 mile) Fresh Cream Restaurant (1 mile) Abolonetti Seafood Trattoria (1.1 miles) Fishermans Grotto (1.1 miles) Chart House (1.6 miles) Whaling Station Prime Steak (1.9 miles) Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. (1.9 miles)Denny's
755 Abrego Street 831-372-3077 Walking DistanceThe Whaler
635 Cass Street 831-373-2814 $15-$45 Walking DistanceCibo
301 Alvarado Street Monterey, CA 93940 831-649-8151 $15-$24 0.7 milesFresh Cream
100 C Heritage Harbor Monterey, CA 93940 831-375-9798 $36-$45 0.8 milesTriples
220 Oliver Street Monterey, CA 93940 831-372-4744 $25-$35 0.9 milesRappa's
Old Fisherman's Wharf Monterey, CA 93940 831-372-7562 $15-$24 1 mileAbalonette Seafood Trattoria
57 Fisherman's Wharf Monterey, CA 93940 831-373-1851 $15-$24 1.1 milesCafe Fina
47 Fisherman's Wharf Monterey, CA 93940 831-372-5200 $15-$24 1.1 milesDomenico's
50 Fisherman's Wharf Monterey, CA 93940 831-372-3655 $15 - $24 1.1 milesNearby Restaurants
Benihana, Caruso's Corner Restaurant, Monterey Joe's, Fish Hopper, India Clay Oven, Tarpy's Road House, Thai Bistro
Downtown Monterey (1/2 mile) Monterey Conference Center (1 mile) Fisherman's Wharf (1 mile) 17 Mile Drive at Pebble Beach (1.5 miles) Cannery Row (1.5 miles) Monterey Bay Aquarium (2.5 miles) Monterey County Fairgrounds (2.5 miles) Carmel (3 miles) Monterey Peninsula Airport (3.5 miles) Laguna Seca (9 miles)
Downtown Monterey (1/2 mile) Fisherman's Wharf (1 mile) Monterey Conference Center (1 mile) 17 Mile Drive at Pebble Beach (1.5 miles) Cannery Row (1.5 miles) Monterey Bay Aquarium (2.5 miles) Monterey County Fairgrounds (2.5 miles) Carmel (3 miles) Monterey Peninsula Airport (3.5 miles) Laguna Seca (9 miles)Fisherman's Wharf
Restaurants, shops, tour boat departure area. On Monterey Harbor.
720 Via Mirada 831-372-3689 Original residence of Jose Castro, prominent Californian during the Mexican period, and later Frank Work, who added a collection of art and antiques to the 2 1/2 acre estate. Garden and house tours (daily except Monday).
Foot of Figueroa Street 831-646-3950 Office closed January 1, Thanksgiving, December 25) Berths for 420 vessels up to 50-feet long; two launching ramps. Municipally owned.Maritime Museum of Monterey
Stanton Center at #5 Custom House Plaza adjacent to Fisherman's Wharf 831-373-2469 (Closed December 25) Seven major-theme areas provide exhibits on maritime and naval history of the area, including sailing ship era and whaling industry; ship models, maritime artifacts, interactive exhibits; paintings; research library; model workshop for restoration and building replicas of historic vessels. The jewel of the museum collection is the 16-ft. tall intricately crafted first order Fresnel Lens from the old lighthouse at Point Sur. Also here is a 100-seat theater featuring an orientation film and re-enactments.Monterey Bay Aquarium
886 Cannery Row 831-648-4888 Closed December 25 One of the largest aquariums in the US. 100 exhibits of the sea life and habitats along the shores of California's Monterey Bay include sea otters, sharks and a 3-story tall kelp forest. While construction continues on a new wing to house the Outer Bay exhibit, twice weekly live video broadcasts, "Live from Monterey Canyon" of work in progress are transmitted from waters up to 3,300 feet deep to a screen in the aquarium auditorium (Monday and Tuesday afternoons).Monterey Peninsula Museum of Art
559 Pacific Street 831-372-7591 Hours: Daily (except Tuesday) - closed January 1, Thanksgiving and December 25 Displays early California and American art, folk, ethnic and tribal art, Asian art, photography exhibits; changing exhibitions of major American artists. Docent-guided tour available (Sunday afternoon). Donation.Robert Louis Stevenson House
530 Houston Street Tuesday & Thursday-Sunday Guided Tours Hours vary - inquire for schedule Admission included in 2-day ticket Preserved as a state historic monument with large collection of Stevenson memorabilia. Stevenson lived here for four months while visiting his future wife.Custom House
Daily (inquire for hours; closed major holidays) (1827). Old Mexican custom house exhibit re-creates a cargo of the 1840s. Commodore Sloat raised the American Flag over this adobe building in 1846, bringing 600,000 square miles into the Union.Larkin House
510 Calle Principal at Jefferson Street Monday, Wednesday and Friday-Sunday Guided Tours (inquire for schedule) Admission included in 2-day ticket (1830s). Consulate for Thomas Larkin, first and only US consul to Mexican California (1843-1846). Large collection of antiques.Cooper-Molera House
Corner of Polk and Munras Tuesday and Thursday-Sunday (inquire for hours) Admission included in 2-day ticket (1827). Largest Complex in the park. Built by John Rogers Cooper, half-brother of Thomas Larkin.Boston Store
Scott & Olivier Streets Wednesday-Sunday (Closed January 1, Thanksgiving and December 25) (1845). Restored general store built by Thomas Larkin and operated by Joseph Boston & Co. Houses a general merchandise store operated by the Monterey History and Art Association.Casa Soberanes
336 Pacific Street Monday, Wednesday and Friday-Sunday Guided Tours (inquire for schedule) Admission included in 2-day ticket (1842). Adobe house containing displays of Monterey history from 1840-1970. Excellent example of adobe construction; walls are 38 inches thick. Local art collection.Pacific House
Custom House Plaza Open daily (inquire for hours) Closed major holidays (1847). A museum of California history and Holman Native American artifact collection."Path of History" Tour
Leads to many old buildings of distinction. These are marked with a plaque explaining the history and architecture. Several buildings are open to the public. Some of these buildings and a number of others are part of the Monterey State Historic Park. Obtain map at the Monterey Peninsula Chamber of Commerce and Visitor & Convention Bureau, 380 Alvarado Street, or at the Monterey Visitors Center, Camino El Estero & Franklin Streets.Presidio of Monterey
Pacific Street, North of Scott Street Hours vary 831-372-2074 Home of Defense Language Institute. Developed in 1902 as cantonment for troops returning from the Philippine Insurrection. Monument to John Drake Sloat, commander of American troops that captured Monterey (1846); statue in honor of Fray Junipero Serra. There are twelve (12) historic sites and monuments on Presidio Hill; brochure and map are available. The Presidio Museum has artifacts and dioramas depicting the history of Presidio Hill from the Ohlone Native American period through the Spanish, Mexican and American eras.Royal Presidio Chapel
San Carlos Cathedral 550 Church Street between Camino El Estero & Figueroa Street 831-373-2628 Daily Founded June 3, 1770, the only presidio chapel remaining in California; in continuous use since 1795. Facade is considered most ornate of all California missions.Seventeen-Mile Drive
A famous scenic drive between Monterey and Carmel (see) along Pacific Coast past Seal Rock, Lone Cypress, Cypress Point and Spyglass Hill and Pebble Beach golf courses. This private community in Del Monte Forest is known around the world for its natural beauty. Road may be entered at several points; follow the red-and-yellow center lines and the 17-Mile Drive signs. Toll.Annual Events
* AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Amateur Golf Championship. Takes place on Pebble Beach, Cypress and Spyglass courses. Late January or early February. * Adobe Tour Sponsored by the Monterey History & Art Association. Self-guided tour visits approximately 25 historic adobes and gardens. Contact 5 Custom House Plaza, 831-372-2608. Last Saturday of April. * Monterey County Fair Fairgrounds and Exposition Park, 2004 Fairground Road (corner of Fairground Rd. and Garden Road) 831-372-1000. Third week of August. * Monterey Jazz Festival County Fairgrounds. Reserved seats only. Contact: P. O. Box JAZZ. 831-373-3366. Mid-September. * Laguna Seca Raceway 8 miles E on CA 68. International auto and motorcycle races. Includes ISMA races, historic races, and Indy cars. For specific dates and details call 800-327-SECA. Late Sept.Area Events
* Big Sur Marathon - April 28 * Monterey NASCAR Challenge - May 19-20 * Monterey Blues Festival - June 22-24 * Honda International Superbike Classic - July 6-8 * 28th Annual Historic Auto Races Concours de Elegance - Aug 17-19 * Monterey Sportscar Championships - Sept. 7-9 * Cherry's Classic Car Festival - Sept. 28-29 * Honda Grand Prix of Monterey - Oct. 12-14Cannary Row Carmel by the Sea Pebble beach Hyatt Regency Monterey Convention Center Monterey Fair Grounds Monterey Peninsula College Naval Postgraduate School