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El Presidente Lives it up at Monterey Plaza Hotel in Monterey, CA

November 18, 2014

Filling a hotel up to the brim with 150 or so high octane people for a small conference is apparently a good thing. And the fine people at Monterey Plaza would like you to know just how good a thing that is. We here at NPS approve.

We’ll be entertaining this week in the Presidential Suite, which is a space worthy of its name. A gorgeous view of Monterey Bay, extensive balconies, windows that open. What’s not to like?

Fruit, cheese, wine, sparking water and two notes from the staff.

Fruit, cheese, wine, sparking water and two notes from the staff.

The Living Room space of the Presidential Suite surrounded by balconies with a view of the Bay

The Living Room space of the Presidential Suite surrounded by balconies with a view of the Bay

The bedroom portion of the Presidential Suite

The bedroom portion of the Presidential Suite

Fireplaces, picture windows and sliding doors.

Fireplaces, picture windows and sliding doors.

Of course all NPS readers know what we’re looking for. How’s this for a first class glass shower?

A nice big glass shower over one of the two hot tubs.

A nice big glass shower over one of the two hot tubs.

Looking in over the outside balcony hot tub.

Looking in over the outside balcony hot tub.

The exquisite Monterey Bay (with voiceover by my friend John).

Five showerheads for the superb space and top notch hospitality. We like.

4 Responses to “El Presidente Lives it up at Monterey Plaza Hotel in Monterey, CA”

  1. Sammy Says:

    On the other hand, I have a perfect close-up view of the poop-covered roof of a fish processing plant. I hear there’s water near here somewhere.


  2. You can pitch a tent on my balcony. Or bribe jlucas.


  3. […] Park is part of the family-owned Woodside hotel group that includes the Plaza Hotel in Monterey. Frankly, the Plaza Hotel is a notch or three farther up the food chain (and we’re not just […]


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