We’ve enjoyed dining at Wine and Roses many times, and our first stay at their hotel was an excellent experience as well. The main building is a beautifully restored historic farmhouse which contains their restaurant, lobby, lounge area, and inn rooms. There’s a very attractive stone “events building” next door, and their garden rooms and suites are located in a series of new Mediterranean-style 2-story buildings that are clustered around gardens and a main patio area. The grounds are beautifully landscaped with a fountain, secluded walkways and an abundance of greenery and flowering plants. A full service spa is in the works, and currently, limited spa services are offered. A nice Continental breakfast was provided in the pretty dining room with a fireplace. Breakfast included: orange juice, coffee, home-made fruit scones (delicious!) and pastries, bagels and English muffins, hard-boiled eggs, fresh fruit and premium quality granola.
We stayed in Room #28 on the 2nd floor. It’s a “Garden View” room with a king bed. Decor is a very pleasant blend of rustic and sophisticated, with attractive Mediterranean colors. The room was quite spacious and yet felt cozy and warm. It really had more of a feeling of a suite with its tiled entry, large bathroom and bed/sitting areas. The bath had a deep soaking tub, ample marble counterspace and even a small TV. An honor bar and frig were stocked with a nice variety of good quality snacks and beverages.
French doors opened onto a good size covered patio with an inviting wooden table and chairs and a view of the pretty gardens below. My only complaint is the rather noisy little refrigerator, which couldn’t be turned off. Other than that, our room was very quiet and comfortable at nite.
The entire staff at Wine and Roses was friendly and helpful. We spoke to the front desk staff, housekeepers, groundskeepers, and restaurant personnel and each experience was warm and welcoming. After a wonderful dinner at their restaurant we returned to our room and I noticed the phone light indicated we had a message. It was from Julie at the front desk welcoming us to the hotel and offering whatever assistance we might need during our stay--a very nice touch! The service and courtesy provided throughout our stay were really first rate. Lodi has been called “the new Napa”. But I do know that an inn or hotel in Napa that provides the level of accommodations and service offered by Wine and Roses, would cost $125 more per nite!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Set in the heart of Lodi Wine Country in a breathtaking environment of natural beauty is Wine & Roses. Experience an abundance of amenities in the luxurious hotel, savor fresh ingredients in the exceptional restaurant and enjoy the tranquility of the state-of-the-art spa. Wine & Roses also provides the perfect setting for unique weddings, business events, and special occasions accommodating up to 350 guests. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Wine And Roses Hotel, Restaurant & Spa
- Wine & Roses Hotel, Restaurant Hotel Lodi