The front desk staff was okay, not super friendly, but not exactly rude. The layout and finding your room at night was terrible. The thing that really got me was he bed frame. The frame bottom sticks out about three inches beyond the mattress, down low, black. Both of us whacked our shins. Not really sure why it is like that. Not a lot of space in he room, so you are guaranteed to run into it. And it's a SHARP edge!
Traveller from syracuse ny
Situated in the historical district, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Gianelli Vineyards, Railtown 1897 State Historic …More
This place is old and rustic. If your into large five star hotels with all the amenities then this isn't the place for you. Don't know if the place was built in the 1800s, early 1900s or built to look authentic with the town environment ? We were up graded to a cottage for $10 more. That was nice. Didn't have to go into the hotel each time, climbing up and down the stairs to our room. The cottages are single units along the parking lot. The only thing that is modern is the entry door, microwave, iron and flat screen television. Staff was very nice. Parking is very small and tight. If your vehicle is a Ford 150 and larger or you have difficulties maneuvering in tight places, you are better off parking on the street. If do use the parking lot, don't park under certain trees. You'll find your vehicle covered with large acorns and the liquid from the tree. Maybe this only happens if there's dew in the air. I went to a car wash when I saw this in the morning so it wouldn't stain my truck. All and all, it was a comfortable place. I might try this again next time?
Traveller from shell beach
Located in the heart of Jamestown, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Gianelli Vineyards and Railtown 1897 State …More
This is a wonderful place to stay! A ton of history and the staff was wonderful. The breakfast left a little something to be desired but there's a little restaurant right across the street if you wanted a full breakfast. You MUST visit the Bourbon Barrel just a block down for a drink and great company. Sonora is also in close proximity to Jamestown, Twain Harte and Pinecrest Lake. We hiked around the lake and it was great. We loved it all and can't wait to go back.
Traveller from Elderwood, CA
Situated in Sonora, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Stage 3 Theater Company, Veterans Memorial Hall and Military …More
My husband and I spent the weekend here and had a lovely time. We did have to ask for a room farther away from the main street and the lobby as the first room they offered us sounded like it was attached to a freeway and also had rather noisy people audible through the walls. The staff was very friendly and immediately found us a quiet room which was very large and comfortable. The bed was very nice. The hotel room was overall very clean but had a big stain on the bedspread and the carpets were very dirty throughout the hotel, especially on the stairs and hallways. The maid service was very good. It's a very good-looking hotel in itself, very tasteful but with these little details that spoil it a bit. it just needs the carpets cleaned and maybe get rid of some tacky decorations and it would be splendid. We still loved it and plan to go back! The best part was the staff who were so friendly and nice to deal with, actual coffee pots, huge bathtubs, great location, really fantastic historic elevator and the nice location.
Traveller from Tahoe
Located in the heart of Sonora, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Stage 3 Theater Company and Veterans Memorial Hall …More
Pocket Guide: Yosemite National Park Sonora Hotels
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.