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Hyatt Vineyard Creek - Santa Rosa Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Hyatt Vineyard Creek

170 Railroad Street, Santa Rosa - Map
 
 
"Close to US 101"
Friendly staff. Comfortable for a couple of nights but tired motel. Cleanliness not up to mark. Nice bed. Shower pressure weak. Got charged $ 16 for parking, no information either at check-in or any notice in lot.
Traveller from Manchester UK
This Mediterranean-style hotel sits on 9 acres along the banks of Santa Rosa Creek; historic Railroad Square is 1 block …More
Hotel La Rose - Santa Rosa Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Hotel La Rose

308 Wilson Street, Santa Rosa - Map
 
 
"Updated, charming hotel"
Older hotel with nice updates. Located within walking distance to shopping and dining. Front office staff is not very friendly and service oriented.
Traveller from Southern California
Located in the heart of Santa Rosa, this historic inn is within a 10-minute walk of California Welcome Center and Sonoma …More

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