A forest retreat built by famed architect, Julia Morgan in 1913 in the style of the Arts & Crafts movement, this wonderfully unique resort is host to wildlife and the rugged natural coast of Pacific Grove and Pebble Beach. Close to Monterey and the Victorian Village of Pacific Grove, you can walk to the Monterey Aquarium, world-class golf courses, the Monarch Butterfly Sanctuary in PG and the historic Lighthouse, one of the oldest in the West Coast - all near the Resort.
Surrounded by natural beauty, this complete resort has facilities for every visitor and offers many retreat alternatives to businesses and companies seeking a refuge from the world. Weddings, parties, anniversaries and special packages with dining and sports activities are only part of what this special resort offer to guests.
Nestled along the coast, Asilomar has a unique environmental aspect to their resort and has implemented a top quality program entitled "GreenPath" in which they take top honors as a Green Resort. A member of the DNC Properties, their management has taken a leadership role in making a comittment to environmental practices of the highest order. A sister property to the Yosemite and Sequoia Park Resorts, Asilomar has consistently displayed an awareness to business needs with respect for the stewardship of the natural resources of the land and sea in preserving their resources for future generations. The formal coporate environmental policy is global in nature and fundamental to the overall philosophy of their company and it's associates.
Top Rankings from International Environment Management have earned their ISO registration among US Hospitality companies, saving their resort millions of watts of electric energy, millions of gallons of water, recycled tons of trash and cardboard and has been an example to other resorts throughout the US. They have even developed a used food waste program that is converted to fertilizer - bringing the food cycle full circle, back to the land.
A truly magical Green Resort that honors it's heritage and displayed a futurist alternative to a world-class resort.