This resort sprawls across a breathtaking stretch of shoreline, and has lush, 600-square-foot rooms. Pèppoli restaurant ($$$$), which serves Tuscan cuisine, overlooks the coast and the golf links; Roy's Restaurant ($$$–$$$$) serves more casual and innovative Hawaiian-Asian fare. The inn's guests have privileges at the Lodge at Pebble Beach and the Spa at Pebble Beach, which are under the same management.
Sep 3, 2003
This is a gorgeous hotel with comfortable rooms - but no a/c. Not a good thing for women of a certain age. So you leave the window open, hoping for a cool breeze, then in the morning, you are awakened very early by the golfers, joggers, etc. Go in the winter. And watch out - the hallways are REALLY long - it took us 2 minutes and 40 seconds to get from the elevator to our room. And just try to get housekeeping to get you a different blanket! Plus,
they screwed up our names at reception, so the champagne our friends ordered for us never found us. Hey, this is the 21st century, husbands and wives have different last names!
Jun 24, 2003
Room felt slightly crowded, but was cozy. Complimentary snacks were nice touch. Service was good but felt cloying at times.