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Experience Timeless Coastal Beauty, Style and Sophistication Only the best will do ... Best wishes on your upcoming special day, and thank you for your interest in InterContinental The Clement Monterey as your wedding destination. Our spectacular ocean front hotel is situated right in the heart of historic Cannery Row and on the Monterey Bay, where mesmerizing ocean views, bay breezes and coastal scenery will captivate your soul and enchant your guests. Wedding ceremonies are staged on an

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The Ocean Terrace Ballroom offers breathtaking Monterey Bay views and an adjacent private terrace overlooking the Pacific View Courtyard and the sparkling waters of the bay. Starting rental for a reception is $2,000. The reception start times to follow the ceremony for a morning/afternoon wedding are 11:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. If you have chosen the evening event, the reception would follow the ceremony from 5:00 p.m-9:00 p.m.

Pacific View Ceremony and Reception
Pacific View Courtyard Ceremony The Pacific View Courtyard overlooks the Monterey Bay and is surrounded by the sound of the waves breaking below. This location is perfect for ceremonies with a minimum size of 80 guests and a comfortable maximum of 240 guests. The Pacific View Courtyard is protected from coastal breezes, despite its spectacular ocean view. Ceremony rental fees begin at $2,000. Optimal ceremony times for a morning/afternoon wedding are 11:00 a.m. For an evening ceremony we recommend beginning at 6:00 p.m. Pacific Ballroom The Pacific Ballroom (3,284 square feet), with floor to ceiling windows overlooking the Monterey Bay is the perfect size for a minimum capacity of 140 guests and a comfortable maximum of 240 guests. The Pacific Ballroom features spacious ceiling height and breathtaking Monterey Bay views. Starting room rental for a reception is $3,000. The reception start times to follow the ceremony
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