The Hyatt Carmel Highlands has one major asset; the location offers fantastic views of the rugged California coastline. We had a large one-bedroom unit that was a great place to snuggle down for romantic evenings. We especially enjoyed the in-room wood fireplace, the in-room kitchen and the beds were quite comfortable. The property also has a decent exercise room. The down side is that this is an older property that doesn't look great from the outside even with nicely maintained grounds. Expensive golf clubs are a mainstay of the area. Downtown Carmel is an understated beauty. While there is great natural beauty in the area, I'd recommend the hotel only for a 1-2 night stay. Be forewarned, there are many stairs since the Hyatt is built on a hillside.
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