Looking for a place to stay in Carmel? Then look no further than Quail Lodge & Golf Club, a family-friendly hotel that brings the best of Carmel to your doorstep.
The rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Quail Lodge & Golf Club features a 24 hour front desk, outdoor furniture, and newspaper. In addition, as a valued Quail Lodge & Golf Club guest, you can enjoy a pool and breakfast that are available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
While in Carmel, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Quail Lodge & Golf Club, including Baja Cantina & Grill (0.1 mi), Edgar's - Quail Lodge (0.4 mi), and Boëté Winery (0.1 mi).
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out San Carlos Borromeo de Carmelo Mission or Tor House, which are popular historic sites amongst tourists.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Quail Lodge & Golf Club as you experience everything Carmel has to offer.
This place is great. While the property was obviously built in the 70s, they have done a really great job of updating the property so that it doesn't feel dated. This is a solid 4 star property. Our room was huge and looked out on the golf course. We loved that we could easily park ourselves and walk to our room (valet is a pain imo). We checked in late, and the folks at Quail Lodge were very accommodating. In fact, the service at this property really sets it apart. Breanna, Omar, and Jessica in particular were really friendly and made our visit special. Golf was incredible as well and shouldn't be missed. We will return!
Super nice establishment and venue. We stayed here for a company event. The property is very spread out. Upon check-in, they had all the rooms with keys ready to go, so it made for a fast and easy check-in. Our room wasn’t too far from the lobby; in fact, it shared the same parking lot next door, but to get to the event venue on the green, you would have to drive if in heels. Our company provided a shuttle that would take guests back and forth. Some opted to walk as it’s not a long one if in flats. Didn’t utilize the spa but I’m sure it’s nice. Golf course looked nice. The bar next to lobby is great! Good drinks, nice ambiance and décor. They closed at midnight, but we were able to go either outside on the deck, or in the library which is also next to the lobby. If you are planning a corporate event or a wedding, Quail will bend over backwards on every degree. Their staff was over the top! Overall, a great stay and I would come back again.…
We had a pleasant experience at the Quail lodge. My husband enjoyed his round of golf. The rooms are nice and clean but the same decor when I visited back in 2004. Beds were not that comfortable. Service at the Covey was excellent and the food is good but not great.
I was trying to find the listing for Covey Grill (Quail Lodge restaurant), but it doesn't seem to exist on TripAdvisor. So this review does NOT reflect the hotel (which I believe is lovely!). The restaurant, however, was a disappointment. Nice ambiance and good service, but the prices for the quality of food were way, way out of whack. We all decided to order seafood options: piece of fish with a mean bit of arugula on the side and a small ramekin of sauce. If you wanted anything else with it you had to order from the 'sides' menu. Very overpriced and soggy (drenched in oil/butter) vegetables. Having eaten at Passion Fish prior to this, we were not impressed. I really think for a hotel restaurant they should adjust their prices, or at least try a bit better. Wine was overpriced too. The four of us felt fleeced! Why did you go, I hear you ask? Well, we are trying to support local restaurants and we noticed that Covey had a new 'farm to table' menu etc., and wanted to support it. Well, we came, we ate, we emptied our wallets and we won't be back. There are so many great places to eat, I really think Covey's will have to do a bit better in order to compete.…
Golf was most expensive for a course in poor condition at the time and lack of food available at the course. There are better places to stay like Carmel Valley Ranch. Nice eating venue by the pond. Service at meals was very good.