See why so many travellers make Monterey Fairgrounds Inn their motel of choice when visiting Monterey. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
While staying at Monterey Fairgrounds Inn, visitors can check out San Carlos Cathedral (1.4 mi) and Monterey Municipal Wharf 2 (1.6 mi), some of Monterey's top attractions.
Monterey Fairgrounds Inn is a budget friendly motel offering air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
Plus, guests can enjoy a pool and free breakfast, which have made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Monterey. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the steakhouses, including Old Fisherman's Grotto, Fish Hopper, and Whaling Station Steakhouse, all of which are a short distance from Monterey Fairgrounds Inn.
Should time allow, Cannery Row, Perry House, and Doc Rickett's Pacific Biological Laboratories are some popular historic sites that are relatively easy to get to.
At Monterey Fairgrounds Inn, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Monterey.
Filthy windows, stained furniture and dirty floor. Poop splattered in toilet. No phone in room. $241 per night for this recently updated room and worth about $40. Yes there are worse rooms on the first floor where the “nearly homeless” people are living. No ice machine on premises.
This place is the worse hotel very!! And I mean ever!! The place was filthy, filthy the room was never clean. There was layers of dust , fecal matter on the side of toilet. Crumbs, dust on floor. It look like it has been sitting there for years without cleaning. The furniture filthy, I MEAN FILTHY!! The worse part l. I was charged 157. 62 cents and had to leave the hotel due to its severity of unhealthy conditions. As we walk in my eyes started itching. The smell worse then an actic smell. My son's asthma started acting up. The staff front desk was very nice I explain my reason of why we were living. The worse part was. Dirty mask left on the floor in a corner and tissue with who knows what. And also the worse part. I had try and try and try getting in touch with the owner for my FULL REFUND!!! he has not answered my emails. I was told by the front desk the owner would call me. Never call me. It has been 3 days. This is unacceptable. To charge someone for something you know was not clean. And keeping the money and not responding to any of my emails. I call the hotel and was told he would call me back. Well it hasn't happened. I am very angry and disappointed. Someone needs to investigate this property. I can't believe people actually stay in this hotel. Unbelievable dirty!! All over inside and out. It doesn't even deserve 1 start.…
What a horrible experience, booked on line for Labor Day weekend. I figured $166 per night was reasonable for a holiday weekend. Boy was I wrong, $40 would have been overpriced!!!! Door didn't even have strike plates so it could not be properly secured, looked like blood stain on wall, the tub/shower was so dirty and stained I wouldn't set foot in it fully clothed, holes punched in the walls, everything in the room was disgusting. Had it not been for clean bedding, I think I would have forfeited the charge to my card and looked elsewhere. Lessons learned the hard way stick in your mind but any agency that lists this as a place to stay should get out of the business. I will not be staying there ever again and I will not be using trip adviser in the future!!!
When seeing road signs for fairgrounds thought this was upmarket and cost 250 dollars for two nights. Front looked nice with pretty flowers. Felt like a ghetto as dirty with rubbish in car park, two tables only to sit at for breakfast which was limited. Had to wipe own tables. Room was okay but sheets grey and towels poor. Safe didn’t work had to ask to open. Closet area poor. Dirty mat in shower. Bedside lamp switch broken. Thought Monterey was upmarket and for brits paying 125 each night for a motel was a bad experience.
A score of zero should be allowed. This place was an absolute dump. I'll let the pictures speak for themselves. The kick in the gonads was the $250 we spent for a night during car week, booking on Hotwire last minute. Here's the short list of issues: - Blood on the walls - Mold in the bathrooms - Really stinky, small towels for the bathrooms - VERY dirty floors that looked like they hadn't been cleaned in years - All the racks which are suppose to hold towels or paper tissue were broken - Random furniture in the room - Random art, not hung, left on the floor or tables - VERY stained ironing board - Sheets did not fit beds - Lights didn't work - The only toiletry was 6 crappy bars of hand soap - nothing else I don't expect much from a crappy local inn, but of the 25 countries I've been to, including third world, this might be top worst place.…