Comfort Inn Monterey Bay
2050 N. Fremont St.
Monterey, CA 93940
Phone: (831) 373-3081
Fax: (831) 372-6730
Whether your boat is a Hunter 31, a Tanzer 22, or a Catalina 34, this place has the right new or used sail for you. All sails have a rating to tell what condition they are in, so there should be no confusion. Storm sails, head sails, and even main sails are available here. The staff is made up of experts who can accommodate custom orders of any type of sail. The stock is available online and the catalog is free of charge. It's a one-of-a-kind establishment.
Roughly 50 factories have an outlet store at this Monterey center. Though it has a Pacific Grove address, it is actually just a short walk from the Monterey Bay Aquarium and Cannery Row. Visitors can purchase designer apparel, sportswear, shoes and accessories at deeply discounted prices. Stores include Nine West and Van Heusen. There are a few eateries on the premises, including including Archie's American Diner and others. Credit card acceptance policies vary by merchant.
Since the mid-1980s, this place has been introducing people to the fun activity of kayaking, with the added bonus of educating the customers about the preservation of marine life in the Monterey area. The store sells and rents all sorts of kayaks and has a variety of classes. The staff members are all accomplished experts, and many corporate group programs are available. Enjoy water sports and learn about the environment.
Using unlimited creativity and flowers with fresh fruits and vegetables, Fleurs Du Soleil floral design studio creates unique and graceful displays for all types of occasions. The list covers weddings, garden parties, private homes, special events, restaurants, hotels and resorts. Originally started in her home, Kim England's flower studio is now one of the most renowned floral designers in the area.
This huge shop in the Doubletree Hotel plaza is filled with everything from huge water fountain displays to racks of jewelery, from trinkets and tourist souvenirs to new age music, from garden sculptures to gem stones, clocks, and lava lamps. Walk on the brick floors and listen to New Age music while you browse this store's extensive array of goods, a selection that caters to young and old, rich or poor. Something for everyone is here and the service is friendly.
This unique little candy shop on Fisherman's Wharf sells amazing specialty candies, all of which are handmade on site. Choose from gourmet salt water taffies, exotic handmade chocolate clusters, blueberry gummy whales, caramel apples and much, much more. Everything can be ordered online, and the store even has its own chat line and mailing list. It is a great place for that sweet-lover in all of us, and the service is fantastic. There is an additional store in Cannery Row. See website for online shopping and more.
This tobacco store originally opened up in 1873 and provides a wide variety of fine cigars and tobacco, as well as an excellent selection of knives, cutlery, model airplanes, swords, chess sets, poker sets, rifles, and several other tidbits for the discerning smoker and poker player. The store has won an award from Coast Weekly as the number one shop in Monterey to purchase men's smoking accessories. Inside, you can view the such items hanging all over the walls, up to the ceiling, and the service is excellent and attentive.
The name is not the only thing that hearkens back to the days when everything worth buying could be found in one store. This place is actually housed in a squat old building that dates back nearly a century. Instead of barrels of candy and bolts of fabric, though, you will find racks of wind chimes, bins of seashells, Monterey logo apparel and a panoply of other gift and souvenir items. The animals of the Peninsula are immortalized in crystal, bronze and wood. Shoppers from all around the globe look for the perfect little doodad or trinket to bring back to the folks at home. See website for product list, photos, coupons and more.
True professionals, the proprietors of this renowned establishment have been circumnavigating the globe while amassing one of the finest collections of handwoven rugs available anywhere in the immediate vicinity. This store is one of the largest rug facilities in all of California and much of its stock consists of rugs that simply cannot be found anywhere else. Step into this gorgeous establishment and you will be in awe of the incomparable selection of rugs from all over the world as well as the knowledgeable service. A place that will please beginning collectors as well as connoisseurs.
This shopping mall encompasses more than 600,000-square-feet of retail space filled with just about everything you could possibly want. This is not really an upscale touristy place like The Barnyard in nearby Carmel. Instead, it is your basic, run-of-the-mill suburban mall. You will find a Macy's, bookstores, art galleries, eateries, lots of clothing stores, gift shops, stationers and more. Make a day of it at this shopping Mecca.
Fleet Feet is a well known shoe store, with branches all over the United States. The store deals in sport shoes, sports apparel for men and women, accessories, gadgets to improve workouts and nutritional products. They also host other activities and programs like training first time runners and recycling donated shoes. Definitely this is the only place where one can find all the best sports brands under one roof.
Whole Foods Market famously known as the worlds largest retailer of natural and organic food is here at Monterey offering fresh, high quality, least processed and naturally preserved foods which are as tasty as they are healthy. Founded at Texas in 1980 in a small store, the market is now one of the biggest suppliers which really speaks for the quality of service and products offered. Staff here is very helpful and always ready to help. Come here for the freshest in grocery, organic products, sandwiches, and more.