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Reviewed October 12, 2008

Hotel is situated next to the main HWY 101 litterally next to the fly over.

The hotel itself is pretty with a lovely french style courtyard and good pool and Gym facilities

Our problem was that we were advised that the Hotel is in very close proximatey to the main Sonoma area and is the best place to stay. The truth being told we would have been better staying in Heildsburg and the taxi ride was $70 each way so we werent impressed.

We also had problems with the conceige who gives a good talk to the tourists but when it came to actually digging deeper and having in depth knowlege about top end vineyards in the region he fell short and sent us to some very poor ones - thank fully we did our own reaseach and sorted ourselves out. He forgot to book our private car for the tour and when he managed to sort it we had a battered old taxi that wasn't fit to be on the road which cost us $250 for half a day.........

The room had no fridge and basic coffee making facility and stains on the chairs, no maid service to turn down beds or close curtains at night - not the end of the world but we payed enough so we expected it

I think the moral to this story is do your own rearch and stay in Heildsburg !

  • Stayed: October 2008, traveled with friends
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Reviewed October 6, 2008

We stayed at the Hyatt Vineyard Creek during the recent Harvest Fair event in Santa Rosa. This is an annual event which is held at the fairgrounds the first weekend in October. We chose this location for its proximity to the event and because our previous Hyatt experiences have been so consistently positive.
We have stayed at Hyatt properties all over the country over the years and have always been very pleased with the hotel- they are clean, spacious, comfortable and have those "little extras" which make you feel like you are really in a special place. Staff and service are usually unsurpassed and always with a smile.
This property is very pretty- the lobby is open to a lovely courtyard and has a big fireplace which would be cozy on a cool fall evening. There is a bar in the lobby which has some minimal food service, I believe ( we did not eat there but saw people seated at tables with plates in front of them) and at least on this weekend there were special events which included a wine tasting and free hand massages during happy hour.
As the building itself goes, this is a nicely appointed Hyatt property. Conference facilities are available and, during our visit ,were being used by a wedding party.
The things that fell short , in our opinion, were the little things that make a Hyatt "special" and worth the extra in price....paper cups and single-cup coffee makers in the room, upholstery that needed cleaning , no refrigerator in the room, desk staff that seemed to have trouble getting things done...that sort of thing.
There is no indoor access to the hotel restaurant, which meant that we had to walk outside in the rain to go to dinner, which didn't set well as you might imagine. The restaurant experience was marginal at best...mediocre food at a high price with slow service.
Also, airconditioning in the room is not nearly sufficient to keep the room cool. This was explained to us as being due to the conservation requirements by code, but if this is a common complaint- which it apparently is- then it would seem reasonable for the hotel to have fans available for patrons who just can't get comfortable. We were on the second floor and woke up multiple times during the night because it was just too hot in the room- to the point of needing to get cold cloths to cool off. The windows don't open , so that was not an option.
Our room was plenty big (perhaps part of the problem with the a/c- too much room for the capability of the unit) with a king bed, large entertainment armoire, table and chairs, desk and luggage bench. The bathroom is very short on counter space but is very upscale, with granite counter and tub-surround, flooring that may be slate. The towels are stowed over the toilet, however, and that is a personal issue for me....it doesn't bother a lot of people, but I just don't care for that.
On the brighter side-
We were over-the-top pleased with the concierge named Ramon who helped us plan a winery tour. He was knowledgable, engaging, friendly and was one of those people that just fit his job perfectly. He was the gem of the stay for us.
I hate to rate this facility too low, as some folks may not need the cooler sleeping environment and it may have just been a bad weekend for the staff, but for the price paid to stay at this facility, it is definitely NOT up to the standard that we have come to expect at a Hyatt.

Stayed: October 2008
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Reviewed September 25, 2008

This hotel is in a very good location in Santa Rosa. Located in the Railroad District, it is within walking distance to many restaurants, shops, and sites. I hate to read negative reviews but feel a responsibility toward fellow travelers, so here are my reasons why I would not stay here again:
1. Open the door to the room with a nice dark stain on the carpet.
2. Dark long and curly hairs all over the bathroom floor.
3. Forgot my wake-up call.
4. No complimentary coffee ( have it next door at the Courtyard Marriott).
5. No complimentary internet access.
6. Hallway just littered with glassware, dishes, ect.

I can, however, recommend with pleasure the restaurant Syrah. It is just a few short blocks away and the most incredible food and wine list. Do make reservations, as they will be full most nights. The best restaurant in town.

  • Stayed: September 2008, traveled with family
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Reviewed September 8, 2008

The location is very convenient to all wine countries and the freeway but is not noisy.
Check in was a little tedious but we finally managed to get an Executive suite room which was huge! It also had a beautiful view over the courtyard area. We later upgraded to a patio suite.
The pool is very relaxing and a refreshing tempature. The hot tub was hot and the whole pool area is very quiet and resort-like.
The hotel grounds are immaculately cleaned and well kept.
The fitness center was adequate with modern equipment.
We did not use the spa but it had a wonderful presence and again was very clean albeit somewhat small.
The onsite restuarant Brasserie's was excellent! The management offers a happy hour twice a day 4-6 and 9-11. There are reduced drink specials every day with wonderful $3 appetizers. The entree menu has a large selection of California elegant dining.
Finally, the concierge, Ramon, knows the area and the wineries very well. His information made our trip so worthwhile!!

  • Stayed: September 2008, traveled as a couple
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Thank travel1st
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Reviewed September 7, 2008

The Hyatt is a nice relaxing place to stay while exploring the wine country in Sonoma. Our room overlooked the internal courtyard and was spacious and clean. The shower was really great and the room service was very reasonable. The staff in particular were excellent and very knowledgeable on the area. The Spa is lovely also with wine induced treatments. There is a nice pool and jacuzzi area also. The hotel is ideal beside the freeway and there are a variety of restaurants within walking distance. Wish we had more time here, but will visit again.

  • Stayed: August 2008
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Thank FRANCISCO75
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