Hotels near Big Sur
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Big Sur gets its name from an old Spanish term meaning, "the big country to the south." It is a wide-open region full of natural beauty, where the Santa Lucia Mountains meet the Pacific coast of Central California. Those looking for hilltop lodges will find just as many great options as those seeking Big Sur beach hotels.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Big Sur

Hotel Pacific
Hotel Pacific
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8.0
Excellent
300 Pacific St, Monterey
from $134
Bay Park Hotel
Bay Park Hotel
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7.4
Good
1425 Munras Ave, Monterey
from $65
Holiday Inn Express Monterey-Cannery Row
Holiday Inn Express Monterey-Cannery Row
|
8.5
Excellent
443 Wave St, Monterey
from $109
Monterey Downtown Days Inn
Monterey Downtown Days Inn
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8.0
Excellent
850 Abrego St, Monterey
from $59
Hotel Abrego
Hotel Abrego
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8.7
Excellent
755 Abrego Street, Monterey
from $129
Merritt House Inn
Merritt House Inn
|
8.3
Excellent
386 Pacific St., Monterey
from $150
Quality Inn Monterey
Quality Inn Monterey
|
7.7
Good
2075 N. Fremont St, Monterey
from $48
Days Inn Monterey - Fishermans Wharf-Aquarium
Days Inn Monterey - Fishermans Wharf-Aquarium
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6.9
Good
1288 Munras Ave, Monterey
from $54
Monterey Surf Inn
Monterey Surf Inn
|
7.2
Good
1200 Munras Ave, Monterey
from $39
Monterey Plaza Hotel & Spa
Monterey Plaza Hotel & Spa
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9.1
Excellent
400 Cannery Row, Monterey
from $219
More About Hotels near Big Sur...

Ride In, Then Stay Put

Travelers can reach Big Sur easily via the Monterey-Salinas bus system, but will have to rely on personal transportation in the region itself. Those who prefer to stay put will get great views in the accommodations of Treebones Resort, including modern yurts on the cliffs. For something a little more traditional, Big Sur Lodge offers mountain splendor and easy access to the Monterey Bay Aquarium.

Beautiful Autumns at Big Sur

Hotels by the beach like the Ventana Inn and Spa are best in summer, as Big Sur has cool evenings even in the warmest months. Spring and autumn trips help visitors make the most of wooded lodgings such as those at Glen Oaks that are as much about the fresh air as the rustic comforts of real log cabin living. For more cozy, romantic getaways, bed and breakfast retreats like the Big Sur River Inn and Restaurant are second to none.

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