Carmel-By-The-Sea, CA, December 09, 2020 — The very core of a vacation involves traveling from one’s home to a faraway destination — leaving the stress of life far behind.
However, sometimes external circumstances (such as a global pandemic) can alter vacation plans dramatically.
Enter the “staycation,” devised by savvy travelers following the economic recession of 2008. Some staycation aficionados choose to stay overnight in their own homes during a staycation. Others specifically check into a hotel to get away from home, but still stay within close driving distance.
The Hofsas House in Carmel has opened its doors for those seeking to embrace the idea of a staycation. Because faraway travel is largely restricted, what better way to use up those vacation days than in idyllic Carmel-by-the-Sea?
Staycations can save money, support local economies, and are easier to plan. While the traditional vacation requires many hours on airplanes or standing in security lines, the staycation leaves travelers more time to actually relax.
The winner of the 2020 Golden Pine Cone for “best hotel,” and the Carmel Chamber Business of Excellence Awards winner, the Hofsas House is a family-owned, dog-friendly hotel in the heart of the village.
In business since 1947, Hofsas House offers 37 uniquely decorated, spacious rooms, including two-bedroom suites complete with kitchenette, fireplace, balcony, and high-speed internet. Overlooking the pine tree canopy of the village, the hotel also provides a swimming pool and sauna. Located three blocks north of Ocean Avenue, eight blocks from the picturesque Carmel Beach and one block from a child-friendly city park, Hofsas House is a short walk from every local attraction.
For more information, please visit www.hofsashouse.com or call (831) 624-2745.
Marci Bracco Cain
The Buzz PR LLC