We only wanted to stay one night, but the place is nice; the manager (Tina), vey friendly and customer oriented. The area is quiet after dark and never had any problems with neighbours. The rooms are clean and comfy and do not reek of tobacco smoke like other places we've stayed in before in the area. We hope it stays that way; this is the second time we have stayed there and there will be others.
This place was comfy and cozy. The room was spacious and the heat and air were great (something I always find is a hit or miss with hotels). I would definitely be making a return trip next time we need to stay in the area.
I was in Monterey with my boyfriend to Scuba dive. We just wanted a safe and convenient place to sleep and rinse gear. The rooms are small but we don't spend much time in the room. There was a table and chairs which we like to arrange our stuff. We could tell that the rooms had been recently painted and the color scheme was nice. The bathroom screen had a big hole in it but, it was January so , no bugs. The manager was nice and he doubled as housekeeping. The parking lot is very small but, the motel wasn't busy, so we had a space.
Traveller from Sacramento
Children are allowed at this property, however, they do not stay free. There is a 5.00USD per child charge. Sea Lamp Inn is …More
Seaside and nearby Marina border California State University at Monterey Bay, located at the former Fort Ord. Surfers and tide pool explorers frequent Seaside State Beach and nearby Monterey State Beach. To the south, the compact Monterey Peninsula Airport offers no-hassle connections to larger hubs such as San Francisco and Los Angeles. Drive 10 minutes east for racing action at Laguna Seca.