We stayed here one night before going to the Monterey Bay Aquarium (just a few minutes away). The seemingly one-story hotel has been recently remodeled. I loved that the old floor plan was maintained, as it reminds me of grand old hotels in Europe or, for example, the Claremont Hotel in Berkeley, in that the rooms are spacious, with a huge bathroom. The bathroom has giant mirrors on two walls and a separate small room for the toilet (kind of like a phone booth in the bathroom, but it had a toilet and a phone). The main room had a window seat---when's the last time you saw a window seat in a hotel room? The location of most rooms is lovely -- ours was on a pond and beyond the pond was the golf course with several Canada Geese in residence. The continental breakfast made use of organic or high quality produce and products---organically grown peaches and plums, local honey, organic peanut butter, Umpqua oats, etc. The desk staff was very friendly and helpful. We ate at Edgar's on the golf course. If they still have the $50 dinner for two, it is worth it. A very peaceful place in a lovely setting.