"Love the rat pack mid-century ambiance and design."
Love the design of the hotel, evoking the mid century glamour and aesthetic. Great pool area- not too big, not too small. Rooms have been nicely updated, but now bathrooms need updating. And nicer pool towels are a necessity.
Traveller from portland, or
Just off scenic Highway 12 and in the heart of Sonoma wine country, this historical landmark is less than 1 mile from …More
Close to the shops, public transport, the freeway, malls, restaurants, wineries, Charles M. Schulz Museum, state parks and Cloverleaf Ranch. Very relaxing place with friendly staff. Great facilities in a very safe neighborhood. Would recommend anyone from business people to travelers to stay here and enjoy the relaxed ambience. Great place.
Traveller from Perth, Australia
In a natural setting rich in Old California charm, this architecturally distinctive hotel and conference center is within 5 …More
This hotel is for the traveller interested in what the area has to offer, we found the staff to be friendly and the pool area is nice enough to spend a part of the day relaxing in or by the pool, or in the hot tub after a hard day's wine tasting. Our Room was nicely appointed with the bathtub and toilet in a room separate from the double sink area so there could be two people getting ready comfortably at one time.
Situated in Santa Rosa, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Empire College and Charles M. Schulz Museum. Redwood Empire Ice …More
Wonderful location in the Railroad Square district. An enjoyable, comfortable stay for myself and my wife. We didn't really get the opportunity to get out and properly explore Santa Rosa, sadly. However, the hotel itself was very nice.
Traveller from Reno, NV
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.