Pebble Beach Resorts
California, Carmel, California
At a Glance
Pebble Beach is one of the most iconic golf courses in the world
Three accommodation options from the Inn at Spanish Bay, the Lodge at Pebble Beach which overlooks the 18th, and the cosy and intimate Casa Palmero
Lots of things to see and do in the Monterey Peninsula if you don't like golf including nature walks, the town of Carmel, kayaking and whale-watching
A perfect stop on a road trip from San Francisco to LA
Fantastic activities available and programs laid on for children - they will never be bored!
Best to play Pebble Beach before Spyglass as the latter has tighter fairways and you need to get into the swing of things first.Daniel Smith
Don't miss having lunch at The Bench with its incredible views of the 18th hole and the bay. Try the wood-fired strawberries for pudding - they are divine!Scott Dunn team
Players should take advantage of the commemorative scorecard at Pebble Beach Links, enter hole-by-hole scores on the computer at the pro shop and it prints as a keepsake score card to take home - and frame!Maudie Tomlinson
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Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to Pebble Beach Resorts
Pebble Beach Resorts has three separate hotels located along 17-mile drive, interwoven with golf courses and stunning views over the Pacific Ocean. To the south of the Peninsula you will find the world-famous Pebble Beach Golf Links, which has hosted five US Opens and is widely acknowledged to be one of the beautiful courses in the world. The Lodge at Pebble Beach overlooks the closing hole of the famous course. With 161 rooms, all offering a patio or balcony overlooking the fairways or gardens, it remains the ideal option for those wanting to be as close to course as possible. We always suggest an Ocean View Room which overlooks the 18th, which is ideal as the sun sets, great for watching the final groups making their approach on the legendary 18th hole as you sit with your drink in hand. With 5 restaurants and bars, the Lodge gives you a multitude of options for post-round recovery. The Beach & Tennis Club is ideal for any non-golfers to visit during the day, and the Lodge has a 22,000 square-foot spa.
Close to the Lodge is the Casa Palmero, the smallest of all the hotels at Pebble Beach with only 24 rooms. Overlooking the first fairway of Pebble Beach Links, it has been designed as an intimate boutique Mediterranean style villa, and it personifies elegance and exclusivity. There are many comfortable areas to relax in, such as the library, billiards room, living room or lovely bar. Within the rooms, you will find a wood-burning fireplace, with views overlooking the 1st fairway or forest. Do try and opt for a Spa Room which has its own whirlpool spa in its down garden patio area. Guests can easily walk down to the Lodge for their evening meal and in-room breakfast baskets as well as evening drinks are complimentary.
Continuing up the Peninsula, you will pass the iconic Lone Cypress which has prevailed on a rocky outcrop for 250 years and is the enduring image of the Pebble Beach Resort. All along the coast you will have the chance to spot a variety of bird life, seals and possibly whales. Next, you will come across the second golf course, the Spyglass Hill Golf Course. It starts out very much like the links you would have seen at Pebble Beach, but then turns into the forest to become a stunningly beautiful woodland course. Ensure you keep your drives straight as the fairways are very narrow, unlike the more forgiving wide fairways of the Pebble Beach Links.
Continue along 17-Mile drive and you arrive at Spanish Bay, where the Spanish explorer Don Gaspar De Portola camped here in 1769. The Inn at Spanish Bay is Pebble Beach Resort’s final hotel, and the largest at 269 rooms and suites. It is positioned next to its final course, the Links at Spanish Bay. The course is a traditional Scottish links course set right on the sea, and although not the longest, offers a real test with its many areas of long grass and tricky approach shots (make sure you bring lots of golf balls). The hotel has both views of the Del Monte forest, and also the Pacific Ocean and its iconic sunsets. Outside the Inn at Spanish Bay is a delightful ‘firepit’ where drinks in the evening are accompanied by a Scottish piper. There are 5 restaurants and bars ranging from Hawaiian fusion to Italian comfort food and a superb bar featuring an excellent selection of single malts, which as you can imagine is a golfer's perfect recovery tipple. The Stave Wine Cellar is particularly good, enjoy wines by the glass, small bites and a wide selection of coveted, hard-to-find bottles for purchase with advice from certified sommeliers.
For those not golfing or for families there is much to see the do in the Peninsula. To the south, you can head to Carmel a enchanting town featuring small restaurants, art galleries, wine shops and boutiques, where you can spend hours walking around this picture-perfect town. Heading north beyond Spanish Bay you will find Monterey, once home to John Steinbeck, where you can still head along Cannery Row, dropping into a seaside restaurant for a spot of lunch. The Monterey Aquarium is a true delight, and ideal for families. Other activities include walks along the coast, whale watching, kayaking and wine-tasting; meaning that if golf is not your thing, Pebble Beach is still a wonderful destination in itself!
With a range of rooms over three hotels, we have listed all of the room types below. Each offers a great deal of comfort and style with LCD TVs, wifi internet and spa collection shampoos, soaps and lotions, an honour bar, 24-hour room service, in room coffee maker and come stocked with irons, hairdryers and in-room safes. All come with 300 thread count Egyptian cotton sheets.
|The Lodge at Pebble Beach Garden View||
Garden View rooms feature a wood-burning fireplace and either an outdoor patio or a balcony overlooking private gardens or the first fairway of Pebble Beach Golf Links. The rooms are approximately 550 sq. ft.
Most Garden View rooms come with two queen beds; some come with a single king bed. All beds are made up with luxurious 300 thread count Egyptian cotton sheets.
|The Lodge at Pebble Beach Scenic Room||
Scenic View rooms feature a wood-burning fireplace and a balcony with partial views of Carmel Bay as well as landscaped gardens below. The rooms are approximately 550 sq. ft.
|The Lodge at Pebble Beach Ocean View||
Ocean View rooms enjoy panoramic views of the famed 18th fairway at Pebble Beach Golf Links and Stillwater Cove beyond. Most have an outdoor patio or balcony, a marble bathroom and wood-burning fireplace. The rooms are approximately 475 sq. ft.
|The Lodge at Pebble Beach Studio Room||
Ocean Studio rooms feature a wood-burning fireplace and panoramic ocean views. The rooms are approximately 600 sq. ft.
|The Lodge at Pebble Beach Garden Spa Room||
Garden Spa rooms feature a wood-burning fireplace and an outdoor whirlpool spa on a private brick patio. The rooms are approximately 600 sq. ft.
|The Lodge at Pebble Beach Deluxe Ocean View Suite||
Deluxe one-bedroom suites are located in the Main Lodge, Sloat, Vizcaino, Fremont and Alvarado buildings. They have a spectacular ocean view, a separate parlor that includes a seating area, an entertainment system, a deep-soaking whirlpool tub and a separate bedroom. Several feature a wood-burning fireplace. The rooms range between 899-1306 sq. ft.
|Casa Palmero Estate Rooms||
Second-floor Estate rooms feature an oversized window seat with forest and golf views and cozy seating perfect for curling up with a good book. Open wood-beamed ceilings and a wood-burning fireplace complete the approximately 585 sq. ft. space
|Casa Palmero Estate Studios||
Slightly larger than the Estate rooms, each Estate studio has a dining area overlooking the 1st fairway. A peek of an ocean view, an oversized window seat, open wood-beamed ceilings and a wood-burning fireplace complete the approximately 703 sq. ft. space.
|Casa Palmero Spa Room||
Each ground-floor Spa room opens onto a private garden patio with its own whirlpool spa. A wood-burning fireplace completes the approximately 585 sq. ft. space.
|Casa Palmero Courtyard Suite||
Private courtyards brimming with flowers highlight the Courtyard suites, each with its own outdoor whirlpool spa. A private garden entrance, a large living room with open wood-beamed ceilings and a wood-burning fireplace complete the approximately 832 sq. ft. space.
|Casa Palmero Suite||
The exclusive Palmero Suite is accessed through a private garden off the main courtyard of the estate. The ultimate in luxury, the suite features a living room with a wood-beamed ceiling, a wood-burning fireplace, a wet bar, and a guest powder room. Other rooms in the approximately 1268 sq. ft. space include a private bedroom and a sitting room with a fireplace and sliding doors that lead out into a personal outdoor courtyard complete with whirlpool spa.
|Inn at Spanish Bay Garden View Room||
Garden View rooms have an outdoor patio or balcony with views of the interior courtyard of the hotel and beautifully landscaped grounds. Offering a minimum of 470 sq. ft., each room features a gas-burning fireplace and a marble bathroom.
|Inn at Spanish Bay Forest View Room||
Forest View rooms have an outdoor patio or balcony with views of the enchanting Del Monte Forest as well as rolling coastal dunes. Each approximately 470 sq. ft. room features a gas-burning fireplace and a marble bathroom.
|Inn at Spanish Bay Scenic Room||
Scenic View rooms are located on our upper level floors, affording a partial ocean view, as well as a view of The Links at Spanish Bay and the beautiful Del Monte Forest. Each approximately 460 sq. ft. room features a gas-burning fireplace and a marble bathroom.
|Inn at Spanish Bay Ocean View||
Ocean View rooms have an outdoor patio or balcony with spectacular views, featuring one of the most photographed areas of the Pacific Ocean. Some of the rooms are located on the first fairway of The Links at Spanish Bay. Each approximately 470 sq. ft. room features a gas-burning fireplace and a marble bathroom.
|Inn at Spanish Bay Executive Suite||
Executive suites feature a parlor, which includes a fireside seating area and an entertainment system. You’ll also enjoy a deep-soaking whirlpool tub and a private bedroom. Accommodations offer a variety of views including spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean, The Links at Spanish Bay and Del Monte Forest. Each approximately 750 sq. ft. suite features a gas-burning fireplace and a marble bathroom.
|Inn at Spanish Bay Governor's Suite||
Located on the second floor, the Governor’s Suite features views of the Del Monte Forest, a parlor with a comfortable seating area, an entertainment system and a private bedroom. Approximately 1700 sq. ft. in size, this suite features a gas-burning fireplace and a marble bathroom.
|Inn at Spanish Bay Honeymoon Suite||
The Honeymoon Suite is very spacious and includes a fireside seating area and a breathtaking view of the ocean and the first fairway of The Links at Spanish Bay.
|Inn at Spanish Bay Presidential Suite||
Located on the uppermost level, the Presidential Suite enjoys views of the Del Monte Forest, a parlor with a comfortable seating area, a large dining area, an entertainment system and a private bedroom. Approximately 1650 sq. ft. in size, this suite features a gas-burning fireplace, a grand piano and a marble bathroom.
|Inn at Spanish Bay Spanish Bay Suite||
Located on the first floor, the secluded Spanish Bay Suite overlooks the Del Monte Forest. This spacious suite features a parlor with a seating area, a dining room that seats ten, a service area, an entertainment system, a patio and a king bed in a private bedroom. Approximately 1700 sq. ft. in size, this truly special suite features a gas-burning fireplace, a grand piano and a marble bathroom.
|The Lodge at Pebble Beach Partial Ocean View Room||
Partial Ocean View rooms feature a wood-burning fireplace and a balcony with partial views of Carmel Bay as well as landscaped gardens below. The rooms are approximately 550 sq. ft.
Most Partial Ocean View rooms come with two queen beds. All beds are made up with luxurious 300 thread count Egyptian cotton sheets. Features include an honour bar including several complimentary items; LCD flat-panel television with cable and DVD system; Complimentary wireless Internet; 24-hour room service; In-room coffee maker with a selection of fine coffee and tea; Iron and ironing board; Hairdryer; In-room safe for valuables.
The resort has a fantastic array of dining options, designed to suit all your needs. Choose "show details" for more information on all of the restaurants, bars, and cafes available.
|The Lodge at Pebble Beach - Stillwater Bar & Grill||
Contemporary. Fresh. Delightful. Three adjectives that perfectly describe Stillwater Bar & Grill at The Lodge at Pebble Beach.
Stillwater Bar & Grill prides itself in offering the freshest and most flavorful in sustainable seafood and organic produce. Whether it’s breakfast, lunch or dinner – or the Stillwater fabulous and famous Sunday Brunch – the menus are sure to delight and amaze. Shellfish lovers will marvel at the bountiful seafood bar and many choices of fresh oysters, clams, scallops, prawns, abalone and lobster. For those who prefer turf to surf there is the mouth-watering filet mignon and savory rack of lamb.
All of these delectable feasts are enhanced with a spectacular view of Carmel Bay and the 18th hole at Pebble Beach Golf Links.
Serving Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and an extensive Sunday Brunch.
|The Lodge at Pebble Beach - The Tap Room||
After 18 holes, you’re bound to have a hearty appetite. Satisfy it in the warm tavern atmosphere of The Tap Room at The Lodge at Pebble Beach.
The Tap Room is a wonderful watering hole with a great selection of draft and bottled beers, vintage wines and top quality spirits. It’s also a world-class steak house serving up hearty All-American fare, from burgers to prime rib to filet mignon. The Tap Room serves only the finest, hand-selected prime and certified Angus beef, grilled to perfection in a high intensity Montague broiler and topped with our famous ale butter.
Renowned for its extensive collection of prized golf memorabilia, The Tap Room is a comfortable and inviting place for watching televised sporting events or recounting your successes on the course.
Serving Lunch, Dinner and Late-Night Supper
|The Lodge at Pebble Beach - The Bench||
A casual, yet sophisticated dining experience overlooking the 18th hole at Pebble Beach Golf Links
We are proud to announce the newest addition to our portfolio of dining experiences. The Bench at The Lodge at Pebble Beach delivers an eclectic menu inspired by international styles and methods, using the innovative technique of wood roasting and open-flame cooking.
Offering incredible views of the greatest finishing hole in golf, The Bench is designed with an open-air atmosphere and includes an expansive dining room surrounding a lively bar, glass-enclosed conservatory and outdoor dining with fire pits. Chef Yousef Ghalaini, most recently executive chef of Imperial No. Nine in New York, prepares sophisticated dishes utilizing simple ingredients and bold flavors. Guests can also enjoy one-of-a-kind craft cocktails, as well as an array of draft beers and wines by the glass.
The name of the restaurant, “The Bench,” symbolizes an iconic location overlooking the 18th hole where the current ownership group agreed to acquire Pebble Beach in 1999. A commemorative bench has been placed adjacent to the restaurant, honoring the vision of the owners to preserve the national treasure for future generations.
|The Lodge at Pebble Beach - Gallery Cafe||
A favorite with early risers
Looking for a hearty home-style breakfast or lunch - Look no further than Gallery Cafe at The Lodge at Pebble Beach.
Early-to-rise golfers will appreciate a wide selection of breakfast choices – from light smoothies to a filling full plate – as well as the best cup of coffee around. For a casual lunch, try Gallery Cafe’s excellent burgers and ample deli sandwiches with something from the full bar or with the best milkshakes this side of the 1950s.
This casual restaurant is located above the putting green and overlooks the 1st tee of Pebble Beach Golf Links with views of Stillwater Cove.
|The Lodge at Pebble Beach - The Terrace Lounge||
When you're ready for cocktails and intimate conversation, it’s time to gather at The Terrace Lounge at the Lodge at Pebble Beach. The picturesque setting offers a full cocktail bar and spectacular views of the world famous 18th hole on Pebble Beach Golf Links. Settle into a comfortable, overstuffed chair and enjoy the sunset over Carmel Bay and Pebble Beach Golf Links.
|Inn at Spanish Bay - Peppoli at Pebble Beach||
Italy's rich traditions, culture and cuisine join in a welcoming embrace at Pèppoli at Pebble Beach. Authentic Tuscan-style dishes are paired with the widest selection of Antinori wines outside of Tuscany. Pèppoli takes its name from one of the wine estates of Marchese Piero Antinori, who has been called “the most important winemaker in Italy.”
The menu is big and bold, ripe with traditional pastas, seafoods and meats. Begin with mouth-watering antipasti, perhaps a plate of Italian meats and olives or wedges of Artisan cheeses. The salads and soups are memorable and the main courses divine. Enjoy Spaghetti alla Carbonara, Risotto ai Porcini, Gnocchi ali Tartufo Nero, or a Tuscan T-bone for two, carved tableside.
Naturally, the wine list at Pèppoli is extraordinary. And the desserts – magnifico! Ask about our special events, such as our gala winemaker dinners and “Under the Tuscan Moon” prix fixe dinners.
When you enter Pèppoli, you’re enveloped in the warmth of Italy. The scents of Italian herbs and spices fill the air and the décor transports you to a cozy Tuscan villa.
|Inn at Spanish Bay - Roys at Pebble Beach||
Roy Yamaguchi – celebrity chef, James Beard Award winner, and the father of Hawaiian-fusion cuisine – has poured all of his innovative talents into Roy’s at Pebble Beach. The result? A wonderfully eclectic menu that is sure to please all tastes and palates.
It’s all about big flavors at Roy’s at Pebble Beach. The Hawaiian-fusion theme places fresh seafood front and center. Sushi, sashimi and blackened rare ahi tuna are prepared to perfection. Lobster Bisque, Tosaka-Wasabi Swordfish and Mango-Jalapeño Encrusted Ono are to die for. But meat lovers never take a back seat at Roy’s. Ginger-Scallion Crusted New York Steak and Roy’s Charred Garlic Honey-Mustard Beef Short Ribs are only two of the many meaty menu choices. Combine that with a dynamic wine list and exceptional desserts and you have one impressive dining experience.
Roy’s trendy, casual and energetic setting at The Inn at Spanish Bay features views of the Pacific Ocean and The Links at Spanish Bay as a panoramic backdrop.
|Inn at Spanish Bay - Sticks||
After a spectacular round of golf or a brisk walk on the beach, STICKS is the perfect place for down-home comfort food in a lively sports-bar atmosphere. Savor a hearty meal, a cold draft beer or one of our many tasty appetizers while enjoying sports on our big flat-panel TVs. And check out the amazing Pebble Beach golf memorabilia.
Whether you’re craving spicy buffalo wings, tater tots or an amazing burger, STICKS has stick-to-your-ribs fare sure to please the biggest sports fan. Ask about our nightly Bagpiper Specials, such as bacon wrapped meatloaf, southern fried chicken 'n waffles or juicy prime rib.
Cap off your meal with a decadent dessert, such as our cast-iron-baked chocolate chip cookie with ice cream, and a specialty coffee drink.
|Inn at Spanish Bay - Lobby Lounge||
For a jovial gathering with friends or colleagues, enjoy the casual, warm atmosphere of The Lobby Lounge at The Inn at Spanish Bay.
Curl up in an over-stuffed chair in front of the warm fireplace. Or slip outside to the terrace and gaze at the stars while listening to the skirl of the piper who closes the day at The Links at Spanish Bay.
Enjoy your favorite libation and sample from a selection of delectable appetizers. Live entertainment on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings adds to the lively atmosphere. And it’s all beautifully complemented by views of the 2nd hole of The Links at Spanish Bay.
|The Beach Club Dining Room||
The view alone is worth a visit to The Beach & Tennis Club, a short stroll from The Lodge at Pebble Beach. Drink in the stunning vistas of Stillwater Cove, Carmel Bay and the 17th fairway of Pebble Beach Golf Links through the spectacular glass wall that surrounds you.
Then, the creative menu will command your attention during your fabulous lunch at The Beach Club Dining Room. From starters to salads, from entrées to desserts, it’s a cornucopia of tasty delights. Favorites include BC Fish & Chips with Anchovy Mayonnaise, Seafood Louie with Marinated Beet and Asparagus, and Dungeness Crab Cake BLT with Creamy Horseradish.
The Beach Club Dining Room is open to members and guests of Pebble Beach Resorts.
|Spyglass Hill Grill||
One mile west of The Lodge at Pebble Beach, Spyglass Hill Grill offers convenient, casual dining right next to the 9th green at Spyglass Hill Golf Course.
Early risers will enjoy the warm breakfast sandwiches and burritos. For lunch, the hearty fare includes specialty burgers and sandwiches. A large selection of beers and cocktails will help you quench your mighty thirst.
The Grill's central location encourages golfers to stop before, during or after their round, although non-golfers are always welcome.
|Del Monte Bar & Grill||
Don’t let the locals know we told you—the Del Monte Bar & Grill is one of the best-kept secrets for a fabulous breakfast or lunch in Monterey.
As the clubhouse restaurant for Del Monte Golf Course near downtown Monterey, Del Monte Bar & Grill features relaxed indoor and outdoor patio dining overlooking the course.
The grill offers generous meals and a full sit-down bar with televised sporting events. The Del Monte burger is a local favorite, served with a mound of crispy fries. For lighter appetites, try the tasty chicken Caesar salad.
|Pebble Beach Market||
For a fabulous made-to-order deli sandwich, salad or dessert, stop by Pebble Beach Market, right outside The Lodge at Pebble Beach. Come in and enjoy a drink from our coffee bar, and try our delicious pastries.
Pebble Beach Market will prepare a great picnic basket you can take to your favorite bay or along with you on a tour of 17-Mile Drive. A selection of gourmet delicatessen and grocery items, including wonderful cheeses, meats and other goodies, can also be made up for in-room enjoyment.
In addition, Pebble Beach Market features one of the best wine selections on the Monterey Peninsula, more than 800 wines from around the world. Our wine specialists can help with a menu pairing or choosing a gift.
The Pacific Ocean. Del Monte Forest. These two magnificent realms converge only one place on earth—Pebble Beach Resorts. The Spa at Pebble Beach celebrates this combination with signature services that incorporate the healing properties of plants, herbs and minerals indigenous to California’s Monterey Peninsula.
Relax, rejuvenate and revitalize your body and spirit at Pebble Beach's 22,000 square-foot, full-service spa and salon nestled in the heart of Del Monte Forest, adjacent to Casa Palmero and near The Lodge at Pebble Beach. Choose from a variety of spa services designed to reduce stress and enhance balance including massages, body scrubs and wraps, water treatments, skin care, nail care and hair care.
Their professional staff is trained to help you select appropriate services and to provide impeccable personalized service for an experience that exceed your expectations.
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Location & Directions
California, Carmel, California
Located on the Monterey Peninsula, just north of Big Sur and south of San Francisco and Santa Cruz
When to go
Pebble Beach is an all-year destination if you enjoy golf, tennis and fine dining. For nature lovers, the coast is wonderfully wild in winter and you can also go whale-watching and birding; spring sees wonderful flower displays, and there are a host of watersports to be tried at the beach in the summer; autumn brings harvest bounty and temperatures are usually still balmy and the crowds have dispersed. The fog is present mostly in May and June, but usually burns off by lunchtime.