This intimate lodge is only minutes away from everything in Carmel and all the rooms have fireplaces and private balconies, making the lodge a great place for a romantic getaway or a family vacation. The rooms are light-colored and airy, and the wonderfully landscaped front yard is stunning. The lodge brings ... More
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This intimate lodge is only minutes away from everything in Carmel and all the rooms have fireplaces and private balconies, making the lodge a great place for a romantic getaway or a family vacation. The rooms are light-colored and airy, and the wonderfully landscaped front yard is stunning. The lodge brings in many returning customers who rave over the wonderful service and the comfortable rooms. This is an easily affordable place to stay.
I stay at Lobos Lodge every time I come to Carmel and the staff could not be more welcoming and helpful. Just park your car and walk to the restaurants, shops, art galleries and Carmel Beach. The rooms are updated, large with tall ceilings. Each has a fireplace, mini fridge, coffee maker, Wi-Fi. Breakfast is delivered to your room with a smile and the local newspaper. I wouldn't think of staying anywhere else.
I would not recommend this hotel as the management is very unprofessional. I booked two rooms for my family, and when a larger room opened up I asked the staff to describe the room to see whether it would work for myself my husband and our three small children (one an infant). I was told that it was against fire code to put five people in a room. I explained that we had a number of people in our family staying at the hotel and that I might be able to have one of my kids stay in another family member's room, and that I would figure it out with my family and get back to the hotel staff. I hung up and was called back less than five minutes later and told in a very accusatory tone that I could not have a child stay with my inlaws (in another room) because that room only had a king bed. I repeated that I had a large number of family staying at the hotel, not just my inlaws, that weekend and that I would figure it out. I then said in a joking manner that if worse came to worse, my daughter could sleep on the floor.. The staff member was upset by this and told me "absolutely not" that "sleeping on the floor was against fire code". At this point I felt that I better speak to management because I was feeling that I was being accused of a crime I did not commit. I told the manager that I did not appreciate being accused of trying to get around their fire code when I was very clear that we had a number of family members staying at the hotel and that I would figure it out. The manager was just as rediculous as her employee and told me, after I explained that I was upset and angry by the way I was being treated, that I was out of control and that she would not speak to me until I behaved like an adult.. I am a clinically trained social worker and believe that my skills in getting along with people are pretty good. I have NEVER been so pooly treated by someone in a service industry. The interchange has left me very upset and I come away from the experience feeling as though the staff at this hotel either need a stiff drink or some professional help in learning how to get along with others. Or maybe just a brief trip to the looney bin:) Needless to say, I do not think that we will be staying at this hotel.
We stayed one time at Lobos Lodge. While the location was central to all there is in Carmel, the staff was cold and not very accommodating. We thought that we would try it again, thinking that it was just an off time for the staff, apparently not. When I called to make the reservation, I was met by a very rude woman. Apparently this is their common practice for customer service. I will not be recommending Lobos Lodge to any of my friends that I plan on keeping.
We stay here every time we visit Carmel. It has the best location and the rooms are nice, big and cozy. I've stayed at other places in Carmel even some exclusive places but we think the Lobos Lodge is the best!
While the rooms are tidy and clean, the staff is rude . They treated us like we were second class people and very snooty... would stay anywhere else.....I would rather pay twice as much somewhere else, just to be treated in a nice fashion.
I loved the cleanliness and the perfect loctation. My husband and I were just passing through, we saw such a lovely place, and I am so happy to have found the perfect spot! Definately something special!
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