When I was trying to come up with a nice place to go on a getaway for our 6th wedding anniversary with our 9 month old daughter I was having a hard time coming up with anything. I am not a B&B type girl. I don't like to hang out at a hotel that replicates my grandma's house. That is just not my idea of a nice getaway. And I'm pretty sure no one wants to hang out with a baby on their romantic getaway either, so I was looking for a comfortable place that still had an air of romance about it... know what I mean? So I took a chance based on what little information was available out there on the Imperial Hotel and went for it. And I'm so glad I did.
The hotel is very comfortable with lots of nice little touches (hot coffee outside your door in the morning, towel warmer) and nice bones and history. The restaurant is so good (lots of organic and local things on the menu) and ridiculously inexpensive. The service was warm and thoughtful.
If you've never been to the gold country this is just an amazing place to stay. Just the right level of fussiness and all the small town charm you could ask for... without the doilies.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Beautifully restored historic California Gold Country hotel in the heart of Amador County wine country. This small-town bed and breakfast inn offers six handsome guest rooms and three luxurious suites, each with private bath and modern amenities. On-site gourmet restaurant and full bar featuring award-winning local wines. Close to golf courses, antique stores, fishing, skiing and more than 45 wineries. ... more less
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