Stayed in the kitchen suite, room 101, for 3 nights. These are obviously former condos (I'm guessing 1970s-80s era) that have been broken up into hotel rooms, so you can hear noise from the rooms abov... more
Stayed in the kitchen suite, room 101, for 3 nights. These are obviously former condos (I'm guessing 1970s-80s era) that have been broken up into hotel rooms, so you can hear noise from the rooms above.
Great location; nice short walk through Asilomar to the beach. Comfortable king bed. Gas flame fireplace is a cozy touch. Robust heating. Big sliding doors to the deck (which we didn't use because it was too cold/shady) under oak trees. Average bathroom.
The kitchen itself is a good size with many empty cabinets. This is among the most poorly equipped of rental/hotel kitchens I have encountered: besides tableware, there is only a set of totally trashed nonstick cookware, a cutting board, & some cooking spoons. No kitchen knives whatsoever, no mixing/prep bowls, no spatula, no dishrack. We asked for a salad bowl & knife & were given a cheap serrated fruit knife. Basically do not expect to do any actual cooking in this kitchen. It works fine for microwaving takeout food. They do provide dish soap & sponges.
Despite my complaints about the kitchen I would come back here due to the excellent location. Since I drive to get here it's not hard to bring some kitchen equipment with me.
I liked their covid protocols: masks required, Plexiglas partition at the front desk, windows & doors open to air out the room when we arrived. less