Staying in a Historic hotel in quaint old town (railyard district) Santa Rosa was appealing to us. The price was reasonable, especially compared to anything in Napa. Our room was on the 4th floor, with a very low sloped ceiling that we hit our heads on several times. It felt very closed in, especially since the windows were so small and high up. The comforter and pillows smelled "old", like it needed laundering. The bathroom was marble, and quite nice. The toiletries were very nice, high end. The restaurant was very poor. It took quite a while to get a cold yogurt parfait for breakfast, and there was only one other customer who came after us...
Then, on our last night (of 2), at about 4 am, I felt something on my feet, and turned on the light. It was a mouse! It ran across the room, and hid in the corner. We shooed it out of the room, and tried to report it to the front desk, but there was no answer. We told the desk clerk the next morning, and she seemed quite surprised and alarmed. She said it was not common, and refunded one nights stay. I probably wouldn't stay there again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Historic Hotel La Rose was built in 1906. Our main building has antique furniture in the lobby and all guest rooms. Our Carriage House is more modern with balconies or outside room sitting areas. We are directly across from the Historic Railroad Station in Railroad Square where in 2016 the Smart Train will arrive. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- La Rose Hotel
- La Rose Santa Rosa
- Hotel La Rose Santa Rosa, CA - Sonoma County