Inns of California is a quaint hotel with two buildings the Gold Rush building and the 49ers building. We stayed in the 49ers building. This hotel is in the downtown district of Sonora and is conveniently located near restaurants and within walking distance of the local supermarket. From what I gathered, most guests were staying to visit Yosemite National Park, which is about 45 miles away.
I highly recommend booking a stay if you are budget traveling.
Traveller from Los Angeles
Located in the heart of Sonora, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Stage 3 Theater Company, Veterans Memorial Hall and …More
This was an amazing place for the price we paid. The night before we paid almost the same price (only ten bucks cheaper) to stay in a tent which was at the same distance from Yosemite National Park! The room was clean and had private bathroom and shower. The building was a Victorian home with lots of cute furniture and decorations. The breakfast was OK. I would totally recommend this place if you are on a budget.
Located in the heart of Jamestown, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Gianelli Vineyards and Railtown 1897 State …More
The complimentary breakfast is at the restaurant in the parking lot and it is top notch. The food was great and service even better. The location was great. Close to lots of shopping (short drive) and local state parks. Would stay again if in the area.
Best Western Plus Sonora Oaks Hotel & Conference Center places guests within a leafy grove of ancient oaks, a 15-minute drive …More
"Charming hotel, great location and friendly staff"
We were in town for a wedding so stayed for only one night. Sonora is a cute town and this hotel was in a great location with shops and restaurants within walking distance. The front desk staff as well as the two staff members in the dining room were very personable and friendly.
Traveller from Daly City, CA
Situated in the historical district, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Stage 3 Theater Company, Veterans Memorial Hall …More
Named by miners from Sonora Mexico who settled here in 1848, the city of Sonora rests in the Sierra Nevada foothills, in the heart of California’s Gold Country. The city boasts the area’s largest historic downtown district, and hosts a variety of festivals throughout the year. Many of Sonora’s buildings date back to the 1800s, including the restored Opera Hall, built in 1885.