So we start with a third floor room- oh did I say no elevators and narrow - oh yes historic and charming staircase. But then--oops the card doesn't work-- you know the drill.
So then the toilet is plugged--and yes plugged the second day too--no we only used it appropriately. Then the windows don't open and frankly I don't know what I would have done I. A fire!! No sign in the room.
Then the Internet didn't connect x 2 days. Donna at the front desk said her GMs iPhone connected so the problem was mine--indeed it was -ugh
So was it terrible no!
What about the buffet breakfast.
For many non-Americans I can only apologize - the spread was meager, the bread scraps left over from their Italian restaurant
Carmel is expensive so if you get here cheap know what you're getting.
Frankly a disappointment- needs some infrastructure, some better caring management a better food service- besides that great
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- The Pine Inn is a boutique, full-service hotel, boasting the most elegant rooms in Carmel and all the amenities you expect. Our custom-furnished rooms feature Aireloom Pillow-Top mattresses for the best night’s sleep. We are located in the heart of Carmel, California surrounded by quaint shops, art galleries, and hidden courtyards—only four blocks from Carmel’s sandy white beach (breathtaking views of Pebble Beach and Point Lobos!). ... more less
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