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CELEBRATE NATIONAL WELLNESS MONTH AT THESE HOTELS & RESORTS

A coastal treasure just a quick drive from California’s Monterey Bay, The Sanctuary Beach Resort is part of the Independent Collection Hotels & Resorts portfolio and serves as a seaside respite for rest and relaxation.

BEST PLACES TO TRAVEL IN SEPTEMBER

September begins the sunny fall season in Carmel, with warm, clear days and cool nights, making it a great time to visit. Stay along the Monterey Bay coast about 30 minutes north at the Sanctuary Beach Resort, or in lush Carmel Valley.

DISCOVER MONTEREY: SPEND YOUR SUMMER ON THE CENTRAL COAST

True to its unforgettable name, the Sanctuary Beach Resort is a hideaway out in the open- you can’t miss it from the outside but from the inside, you’ll feel as if you’ve stumbled upon a well-kept secret in the dunes.

WHERE TO STAY IN MONTEREY, CALIFORNIA

Nestled on a private beach between the Marina Dunes and hills of Carmel Valley, the Sanctuary Beach Resort has 60 rooms and suites. For a large party, guests can book an entire cottage and enjoy stunning views of the Pacific and the white sand coastline.

10 STUNNING OCEANFRONT HOTELS THAT WELCOME DOGS

South of San Jose lies the scenic coastline of Monterey Bay. Sanctuary Beach Resort is the only pet-friendly beachfront accommodation in the region, and they welcome visiting canines with complimentary doggy treats.

A CARMEL WEEKEND THREE WAYS

Escape to the sand dunes of the tiny, sleepy town of Marina, just north of Monterey, to The Sanctuary, a casual resort complete with soothing, in-house spa, four-plex cottages and firepits at sunset on the sand.

CALIFORNIA’S MOST INSTAGRAM-WORTHY HOTELS

The “everything local” approach to cooking at Salt Wood in Monterey County translates to insane flavor in every dish, from ember-roasted squash to the famous “full tilt” chicken with biscuits. Lean in close and turn on the light for a close-up photo of the whole roasted fi...

THE SANCTUARY BEACH RESORT | THE TELEGRAPH REVIEW

This friendly resort, tucked just off Highway 1 (California’s dream coastal drive), occupies a spectacular spot, overlooking a dramatically windswept protected beach. Though dated in parts, little beats watching the sun set over the Pacific from your private patio.