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Air Transportation

Three airlines offer direct service to the Monterey Peninsula Airport (MRY) via international and domestic connecting routes in Los Angeles (LAX), San Francisco (SFO) and directly from Phoenix (PHX). You can also fly into San Francisco, Los Angeles or San Jose International Airports and then book a flight on a shuttle airline carrier. The Monterey Peninsula Airport is served by American Eagle, America West and United Express. Or if you arrive at either the San Francisco or San Jose International Airports you can take ground transportation to the DoubleTree Monterey by making a reservation on the Monterey-Salinas Airbus, or by calling 831-883-2871.

Local Ground Transportation

By Car: Avis, Budget, Hertz, National and Enterprise car rental companies have services at the airport.

By Taxi: Yellow Taxi offers service from the airport to the DoubleTree Hotel and points of interest. (831) 646-1234)


A trip by train is a more leisurely and scenic way to get to Monterey. Amtrak's Coast Starlight train cruises through Salinas each day on its route between Seattle, Washington, and Los Angeles, California. There are packages to fit every budget and it's a great way to see the grandeur of the Central Coast at eye level. Free bus service is provided from Salinas to downtown Monterey, a 30-minute ride. ((800) USA-RAIL or (510) 238-4369)


There are two main highways into Monterey County. Highway One runs from San Francisco to Los Angeles. The views of the Pacific coastline are magnificent from this marvel of human ingenuity. Highway 101 runs down the valley corridor and affords the motorist an opportunity to see the rich land that has made the Salinas Valley "the Salad Bowl of the Nation." (Monterey is 2-3 hours from San Francisco and 6-7 hours from Los Angeles.)

Computer Services Management Symposium, 30th Anniversary
March 30 - April 1, 2003
DoubleTree Hotel - Monterey, California

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