350 Calle Principal
Monterey, California 93940 USA
Discover the Peninsula from Monterey Marriott. Situated along the waterfront overlooking Monterey Bay, our inviting hotel offers a premier blend of location and services designed to make your stay special. Unwind in peaceful rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows offering views of the Bay or downtown. Savor fresh, locally-sourced cuisine at our restaurant, relax by our outdoor pool or visit our 24-hour gym.
Weather: The weather in Monterey is mild, with an average summer temperatures of 65-70F for the high and 50F for the low. Plan to dress in layers and always have a light sweater or jacket for the foggy mornings and evenings.
Reserving a Hotel Room
Participants are eligible for the Conference room rates starting at $234 (single or double per room per night plus prevailing taxes) at the Monterey Marriott Hotel, 350 Calle Principal, Monterey, California 93940.
A small number of government rate rooms are also available at the government per diem. These special room rates will be available until February 18, 2022, or until the group block is sold-out, whichever comes first.
Due to limited space we recommend booking as early as possible to receive this special rate—please note that once the reserved/contracted room block is full, the room availability and rate are not guaranteed and may vary.
Call the Monterey Marriott at 877-901-6632 and mention you are with “2022 FCMN Conference” to receive the discounted group rate.
Room Cancellation Policy
- All reservations will require a valid major credit card.
- Cancellation Policy: 48 hours prior to arrival on or before 4 p.m. to avoid cancellation fee.
Getting to the Monterey Peninsula from outside California couldn’t be easier. Fly directly into Monterey’s Airport located just 10 minutes from the hotel. Airlines servicing the Monterey Peninsula Airport include Alaska, American, Allegiant, and United. Other travel options include flying into San Jose International Airport, a 70 mile drive or San Francisco International Airport, a 100 mile drive down the picturesque California coast.