Lobby bar and pool bar randomly closed at normal hours
No free breakfast
Courtyard-facing rooms can be noisy from partiers outside
Although this property was not damaged during the wine country wildfires in October 2017, the hotel recommends travelers check local travel advisories before traveling to the region. 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.
In downtown Santa Rosa, within walking distance of lots of restaurants and shops
This hotel is located along a pretty, lush road near a creek, and pedestrian sidewalks enable visitors to explore the surrounding area by foot. Olive Park is just a short walk away when headed south, and to the north is more of the downtown Santa Rosa area, with a few restaurants and shops.
Santa Rosa might not be the prettiest city in Sonoma Valley, but it is the largest and most convenient if you are planning a trip that does not only involve wine-tasting. The downtown area is full of department stores, restaurants, bars, hotels and office buildings. It's also the most kid-friendly place in the region, with an amusement park and ice arena right in town.
15-minute drive to Charles M. Schulz Sonoma County Airport
10-minute walk to various restaurants and shops downtown
12-minute drive to Santa Rosa Golf and Country Club
15-minute walk to Brickyard Center Shopping Center
15-minute drive to Healdsburg
20-minute drive to Petaluma
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