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The Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa

The Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Housed in a Spanish mission-style building, this upscale 228-room hotel attracts well-heeled guests with a top-notch spa complete with its own thermal mineral spring, a Michelin-starred restaurant, and an 18-hole championship golf course. Most rooms were completely renovated in April 2010, but the standard ones probably could still use some updates, and they’re on the small side for the price.
Bungalows 313

Bungalows 313 Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This quaint, small B&B in the heart of downtown Sonoma is made up of six homey and attractive bungalows. Each bungalow is different -- some have wood-burning fireplaces, others have Jacuzzi tubs, separate living areas, or full kitchens -- so guests should specify exactly what they want when booking. The property is lacking certain amenities, such as a pool and a gym (although guests receive free passes to a nearby health club that has both). But the location is prime: Just around the corner is Sonoma Plaza, full of shops and restaurants, and the bungalows are right on the Sonoma Bike Path, leading to more than 40 area wineries.
Flamingo Conference Resort & Spa

Flamingo Conference Resort & Spa Rating: 3.5 Pearls

While the 170-room upper-middle-range Flamingo has undergone some renovations, parts of the property (including some rooms) are still outdated, giving the property the feel of a glorified motel. If you don't get a renovated room, expect thin walls, tiny bathrooms, and outdated carpeting and furniture. The shining star of the property is its adjacent spa, the Montecito Heights Health & Racquet Club -- with a lap pool, full-service spa, huge fitness center with classes, and multiple tennis courts. However, there's a charge to use everything there except the lap pool. Guests will also face fees for Wi-Fi, and a cover charge to enter the lounge at night.
Hyatt Vineyard Creek Hotel and Spa

Hyatt Vineyard Creek Hotel and Spa Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 155 rooms of this upper-middle-range chain hotel are pretty much what you'd expect from a Hyatt -- clean and contemporary, with iPod docks and flat-screen TVs. Property amenities include a French brasserie with lovely outdoor seating, a fire pit, and a small gym with cardio machines and weights. But there are annoying fees for breakfast and Wi-Fi. The location in downtown Santa Rosa is convenient -- within walking distance of Railroad Square, a historic center with many restaurant and shopping options.

BEST WESTERN PLUS Dry Creek Inn Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 163-room mid-range Best Western Plus Dry Creek Inn is off US-101, within 10 miles of dozens of vineyards, golf, and Lake Sonoma with its water sports, and hiking and biking trails. The inn has a Tuscan theme but feels like a movie set with lots of faux paintings and chain hotel fixtures. Rooms are comfortable but feel like Best Western rooms in terms of somewhat dated decor, but the hotel makes a fine base for exploring the area and freebies such as breakfast, Wi-Fi, and wine tastings add to the value.
Courtyard by Marriott Santa Rosa

Courtyard by Marriott Santa Rosa Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Just a short walk from Historic Railroad Square, the 126-room Courtyard by Marriott Santa Rosa is a pretty standard mid-range chain, for Santa Rosa. It has all the standard amenities -- a (small) fitness center, outdoor pool, and a casual restaurant/bar -- but there's nothing really standout about it. It lacks the charm of other Sonoma Valley hotels, which to be fair is harder to find in the city of Santa Rosa than in other areas, but is a fine choice for guests looking for an affordable basic hotel.
El Pueblo Inn

El Pueblo Inn Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 53-room El Pueblo Inn is a budget-friendly mid-range hotel tucked in Sonoma on the road to San Francisco, with 24-hour front desk service, lush garden courtyards, a breakfast buffet room, a fitness area, a heated 24-hour pool, and a hot tub. Cozy, traditionally furnished rooms come with mini-fridges, fireplaces, and patios, and overlook the gardens. Flat-screen TVs are in some rooms, but others still have tube-style TVs and outdated decor. Guests might also want to check out the more modern -- but pricier -- MacArthur Place Sonoma’s Historic Inn & Spa.
Inn at the Tides

Inn at the Tides Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 86-room Inn at the Tides is a charming complex of rustic-looking, wood-shingle buildings overlooking the bay, off California's Highway One, within walking distance of many of Bodega Bay's shops and restaurants. Scenes from Hitchcock's classic film, The Birds, were filmed here in the 1960s, and the wild natural surroundings remain much the same. The inn’s vibe is casual, attracting weekending couples from the Bay Area, as well as families and groups of friends. There are several dining options on site and across the street, all of which focus on local wines and fresh seafood. Rooms are big, clean, and basic, with a shabby elegance that reflects the weathered buildings and the rugged Northern California coast.


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