Lobos Lodge ~ Rooms & Rates

We have 30 guest rooms with a king, queen or two full-sized beds that sits in an alcove. Each room has a conversation area with a sofa, gas log fireplace, a separate dressing area and private bath with tub and overhead shower. Our room rates are based on double occupancy and we charge $20 for any additional person over 4 years of age.

Amenities include: In room coffee maker, small refrigerator, flat-screen television, and free wireless Internet. Most rooms have a private patio or balcony overlooking our gardens, Ocean Ave or a view of the Pacific Ocean. (Please see our ADA Accessible Room #34.)

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UPPER LEVEL LUXURY KING SUITE – $395 to $495
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UPPER LEVEL KING SUITE – $375 to $450
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lobos lodge suite livingroom

LOWER LEVEL KING SUITE – $295 to $310
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lobos lodge suite livingroom

UPPER LEVEL KING ROOM – $275 to $310
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lobos lodge suite livingroom

INTERMEDIATE LEVEL KING ROOM – $245 to $285 (ADA Accessible)
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lobos lodge lower level king room

LOWER LEVEL KING ROOM – $195 to $275
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lobos lodge double bed room

INTERMEDIATE LEVEL TWO BEDS – $260 to $285
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“My wife and I have visited Carmel maybe 80 times since 1990. Maybe 150 nights? We’ve stayed all over town. Lobos Lodge is always our go-to inn. Probably been there 50 times. Perfect location. Gorgeous rooms. Off street parking. Many rooms have balconies or patios. A few have limited ocean view (Carmel is like that). 10 minutes to Monterey Regional Airport. Maybe an hour to San Jose Airport? Nice continental breakfast delivered to your room every morning. Staff is wonderful. Carmel is awesome. Great for restaurants, shopping, art and wine. At least two grocery stores for in-room incidentals, snacks, deli food etc. Great beach walk, dog friendly, Great weather. Golf and surfing. Grab your sweetheart and head to Lobos Lodge”

– Dave, Modesto, CA