Hyatt Carmel Highlands, Overlooking Big Sur Coast

  • Address: 120 Highlands Dr, Carmel-By-The-Sea, CA 93923, USA, United States
  • Phone: +1-8316201234
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Hotel, Family And Kids

Hyatt Carmel Highlands is a famous hotel in California, USA. The most exciting part of staying in this hotel will be the view that it offers. Previously it was a big star classic hotel which was later taken over by Hyatt. Famous celebrities like Madonna and others used to spend their vacation in this hotel. The breath-taking view that it offers can be the main reason for choosing this hotel during your vacation. The mesmerizing view of Big Sur Coastline will make your stay memorable. The rooms are provided with good amenities. The staffs of the hotel are friendly. The overall experience of staying in this hotel is definitely value for money.

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  • Hyatt Carmel Highlands, Overlooking Big Sur Coast Address: 120 Highlands Dr, Carmel-By-The-Sea, CA 93923, USA, United States
  • Hyatt Carmel Highlands, Overlooking Big Sur Coast Contact Number: +1-8316201234
  • Hyatt Carmel Highlands, Overlooking Big Sur Coast Price: Free
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  • 1.54% of people who visit Carmel-by-the-sea include Hyatt Carmel Highlands, Overlooking Big Sur Coast in their plan

  • 95% of people start their Hyatt Carmel Highlands, Overlooking Big Sur Coast visit around 11 AM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Hyatt Carmel Highlands, Overlooking Big Sur Coast


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  • Good location, had some issues with the room. The layout is kind of strange, the bedroom isn’t really a room to begin with (it can just be separated from the main area with some wood panels). The main problem was the bathtub, however. The thing has a faucet that’s the same as the sink, meaning it takes about 30 minutes to fill the thing halfway. Be mindful about the jets, too. I filled the water above the jets, enough that they were fully submerged. Even despite this, the jets turned on and began to spray the wall. I didn’t ask for a fountain in my suite but look what I got! Anyways, everything else was good especially the restaurant. 3/5 in my book

  • We had a great week here. Beautiful lodge, restaurant and bar. Two story accommodations were perfect. Staff was super friendly. We'll definitely come back. Lots to see in the area.

  • The rooms are very nice. The room has a giant shower as well as a big tub. If you're lucky you'll get a view of the ocean. If not the lounge by the lobby has a great seating area with a lovely view.

  • Wonderful views from the Ocean View room, except it's always cloudy. The only place you could at are the restaurants in the hotel, which actually makes great food but quite expensive. We had dinner at the Sunset Lounge the first as the restaurant was fully booked. We had Brussels sprouts (good) and pulled pork sliders (good). The next night we had dinner a the restaurant and we had the steak, the halibut and the California salad, plus 2 glasses of wine. $200 bill! The breakfast we had eggs Benedict which were delicious !

  • We ate at Pacific's Edge restaurant. Valet parking worked as it should and we were happy with their speed. We've eaten at the restaurant before and this was one of our better experiences. Food was excellent and service exceeded our expectations. Someday we'll stay the night but not this trip

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