A delightful fusion of all things fun, Monterey, Calif., is a mecca for unforgettable adventures. Take a shot at the Del Monte Golf Course, sip your way through Carmel Valley wineries, spot dolphins and whales on an ocean excursion, or explore lush forests and mountainscapes in our epic state parks. Magical memories await.
Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel and Spa on Del Monte Golf Course
Explore two locations in Monterey—one downtown, another in La Mirada, one of the city’s oldest neighborhoods—where you’ll discover everything from early California paintings to modern photography to sculptures.
Spectacular surroundings where you’ll wander among redwood groves, waterfalls, and open meadows covering approximately 1,006 acres of land. Don’t miss the Big Sur River meandering through this picturesque coastal park.
The second of Father Junipero Serra’s 21 California missions, Mission San Carlos is said to be Serra’s favorite location for its exquisite landscape. Explore the bougainvillea-covered basilica, along with its picturesque courtyard.
Located right on historic Cannery Row, the world-renowned Monterey Bay Aquarium is a window into the fascinating underwater world. Discover hammerhead sharks, penguins, jellyfish, sea otters, and thousands of other marine animals and plants.
Pedal along the California coast, past stunning oceanfront scenery and rocky shores. There are many trails to choose from—the 18-mile route from Castroville to Pacific Grove is a local favorite. No bike? No problem! We'll arrange bicycle rentals so you can start exploring.
The oldest operating golf course west of the Mississippi, Del Monte is legendary. As guests of Hyatt Regency Monterey, you’ll have access to these gently sloping and tree-lined fairways that have challenged the game’s best golfers since 1897.
Seaside cliffs, coastal redwood forests, rugged shores—natural wonders abound in this majestic stretch off the Pacific Coast Highway. You’ll also discover stunning hiking trails, farm-(and coast)-to-table dining, boutique shops, and views you never thought existed.
Sip and savor a vacation of the vine. Nestled between the Santa Lucia Mountains, the hillsides of Carmel Valley are covered in grapevines, boutique art galleries, restaurants, wineries, and wine-tasting rooms.
Wind along this scenic road through thick, lush forests and picturesque coastal vistas in famed Pebble Beach. Along the way, you’ll discover renowned natural landmarks, including The Lone Cypress, Seal and Bird Rocks, Fanshell Beach, Spanish Bay, and Carmel Bay.