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Sonoma Hotel
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All reviewsgirl and the figpastriesno elevatorclaw foot tubfree street parkinggreat locationred and white winemodern amenitiesyour luggagecan't beat the locationfirst floorwalls are thinquaint hotelchain hotelwithin walking distancemorning coffeetwo nights
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Reviewed October 2, 2012

After dinner at the restaurant (Girl and the Fig) we called a taxi. It was a bit chilly so we went inside to wait in the lobby. We were advised by the woman at the desk that we could not stand in the lobby but had to wait outside. I can't even imagine staying at a place with this attitude.

  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank yoido
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Reviewed September 15, 2012

Did not stay in the hotel but stopped and had dinner in the restuarant. The food food was really good, prepared correctly and the prices were reasonable (for Sonoma, CA). The service was good - not great, but no complaints at all. We sat out back on the outdoor patio and it was pleasant there. Safe bet if you are downtown in Sonoma.

Stayed: September 2012, traveled on business
Thank HudsonScooterMan
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Reviewed September 4, 2012

I was in Sonoma for the weekend for work and the company booked the room. When we got to town I learned that there was no parking lot for the hotel, it was just on street parking in the Sonoma Square area, almost impossible to get a spot during the day. Check in was smooth and we drug our luggage up the stairs to the second floor. The room was small which we expected, the bathroom had plenty of room though, roomy shower was nice. We were with our 13 year old daughter and there was a fold out loveseat for her to sleep on. There is no WiFi, the front desk told us if we sat by the window we might be able to connect to the wifi across the street. The TV was an old 19" that looked to be as old as the property, a shame since there were lots of channels. At 9pm we got a call in the room from the front desk advising that there was a $25 per night charge for the extra person (our 13 year old daughter). They wanted to be sure we handled that prior to check out.

The room was loud which we expected because of the location. It didn't feel very clean, the carpet was pretty worn and stained but it didn't smell bad and we couldn't point to anything other than the carpet that needed attention.

The morning pastries were fine, the coffee was good. Evening wine reception consisted of two bottles of already open wine being set out, that's it.

We were reminded three times that we needed to stop at the front desk to pay for the third person charge before we checked out. Apparently they thought we might sneak out without doing it.

Overall, I wouldn't stay here again if given the choice. For $220+ per night I really expected more. There are other places in that same price range that are much more comfortable in my opinion.

  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled on business
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2  Thank John G
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Reviewed June 18, 2012

We stayed at the hotel for one night and also ate and drank in the bar/restaurant downstairs.

The room was pleasant. Certainly clean and comfortable, and good value. I would happily return.

We had a drink in the bar, before dinner. The service was solid, the food was very good and the atmosphere buzzy.

Had we been staying for longer in Sonoma I might choose a bigger hotel with better facilities but for one or two nights this is ideal.

I can't remember its name, but there was a lovely cafe a few doors down, where we had breakfast the following morning. It had a large garden at the back and is worth keeping an eye out for.

  • Stayed: July 2011, traveled as a couple
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Thank Lovemyfoodder
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Reviewed December 5, 2011

It looked like a charming old hotel in the pictures on the internet, but once you arrive, if you're discerning at all, you soon see the stingy corner-cutting. For the late afternoon wine hour one white and one red bottle was set out, each with about 2 inches of wine. No pretzels, no popcorn,nor even a crust of bread. The continental breakfast, not available till 8 AM, no choice of decaf or regular coffee-- orange juice, and half a dozen pasteries to choose from. And, yes, the only place to sit was a table about 18 inches wide. (To make up for all this, our hosts provide two mints on your pillow when you check in.) One newspaper in the lobby but no place, really, to read it.

The lobby has a fireplace, and it was December, but no fire.

We had the best room in the house, and the shower stall was barely big enough to turn around in. We could hear the man in the next room using the toilet.

We paid almost $200 for the night -- in the off season -- for service barely equal to Motel 6.. Next morning we looked at rooms in two other hotels on the square, both excellent and up to par in every way -- between $110 and $150 in the off season.

Room Tip: Do not stay here. Try the Swiss Hotel (excellent) or El Dorado Hotel (excellent)
  • Stayed: December 2011, traveled as a couple
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9  Thank Clark M
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