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Carmel Area Resorts & Lodges

Find your own special Carmel area getaway with dozens of Resorts and Lodges in the village. In addition to the amenities you might expect, some accommodations include fireplaces, balconies, heated swimming pools, spas, awesome views, flat panel HDTV, full-service restaurants & bars, and outdoor patios with firepits – even golf courses – just to name a few.

Bernardus Lodge in Carmel Valley

With so many choices, it may well be a difficult decision. But with the number of shopping opportunities, art galleries, wine tasting rooms, tours, and numerous other activities available, you owe it to yourself to not only visit Carmel, but to make a reservation to stay for a few nights. The romantic sunsets or sunrise walks on Carmel beach are incredible and unforgettable!

Resorts & Lodges in Carmel

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Best Western Carmel's Town House Lodge

Conveniently located in downtown Carmel. Two-room suites & family rooms are available. Complimentary full hot breakfast, free parking, outdoor pool, affordable rates.

Entrance and stairs to Hyatt Carmel Highlands

Hyatt Carmel Highlands

Located on a cliff just south of Carmel, the Highlands offers award-winning dining, a cocktail lounge, 3 outdoor spas, large decks. Some accommodations feature fireplaces.

covered trellis to Quail Lodge in Carmel

Quail Lodge & Golf Club

Located at the gateway to Carmel Valley, Quail Lodge features an 18 hole top-rated golf course with on-site indoor or outdoor fireside dining and outdoor pool, fitness center and tennis courts.

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