While initially disappointed in age/lack of updates, we found the bed (two couples each said same!) to be amazingly comfortable. (We even tried to look to see what kind of mattress...) Rooms are large, but could use lighting and furniture updates. Don't like florescents, but maybe it's a law... HOWEVER, very quiet inside, and STAFF was most accomodating when we asked for plates/utensils to take a snack to the pool or upstairs table/lounging area. Enjoyed the pool and hottub which were very clean. LOCATION is excellent for enjoying both Napa and Sonoma area and in downtown Santa Rosa, just a few minutes away, we found excellent food. Hotel restaurant had nice breakfast and attentive staff. Bar on Friday night was fun, but closed by 10 on Thursday. Having a wine opener in the room was nice touch.
Traveller from Fremont, Ohio
In a natural setting rich in Old California charm, this architecturally distinctive hotel and conference center is within 5 …More
This property is possibly past it's best years but it appears to be managed well. Courteous check-in staff and easy access to our room. It's a two story property so be sure to request a ground floor if you're unable to haul your luggage up stairs. The room decor was modern in gray tones. A pleasant change from most hotels we frequent. King bed was very comfortable and our room on a back wing was very quiet.
Traveller from US
Just off scenic Highway 12 and in the heart of Sonoma wine country, this historical landmark is less than 1 mile from …More
Our stay was overall pleasant . The staff were helpful and we were given early access to a room. Breakfast was satisfying and the pool was appreciated after a hot day travelling in wine country. The location made it easy to come and go as we toured and found restaurants. Also there is plenty of shopping nearby. Not far from San Francisco too! I would recommend it if an economical clean hotel is what you want.
Traveller from Ontario
Situated in Santa Rosa, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Empire College and Charles M. Schulz Museum. Redwood Empire Ice …More
Although this is a 50s/60s era motel, it was has been updated, was well landscaped, and had a nostalgic charm. Rooms were clean, quiet and comfortable. The onsite coffee shop had good, very affordable breakfasts with a delightful server. I booked the room because it was the most affordable option, but I had concerns. Those concerns were unfounded. I would stay there again.
Traveller from SLO, CA
Located in the heart of Santa Rosa, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Luther Burbank Home and Gardens and Sonoma County …More
"Quiet relaxing old style hotel, convenient in Dow."
I have stayed here several times over the past many years, and always am pleased. B&B feel to the rooms - turn of the century feel to the hallways and stairs. Very nice continental breakfast+ Included. I will stay again next time I'm back to SR.
Traveller from Cape Canaveral, FL
Located in the heart of Santa Rosa, this historic inn is within a 10-minute walk of California Welcome Center and Sonoma …More
Santa Rosa, Sonoma County’s largest city, is home to The Charles M. Schulz Museum, which showcases a replica of Schulz’s Santa Rosa studio and “Peanuts” comics. Downtown, a bronze statue of Charlie Brown and Snoopy greets visitors to Historic Railroad Square, which offers a museum, shops, and restaurants. Nearby, the former home and gardens of horticulturist Luther Burbank are open for tours.