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Carneros Inn’s contemporary aesthetic and retro, small-town agricultural theme shatter the predictable Wine Country mold...
This single-story 1950s motor lodge got a makeover in 2013, with mid-century-modern-led aesthetics, but it's basically still a drive-to-the-door motel, only with nicer-than-average furnishings and thin walls.
Beside the river, in the 1884 Hatt Building, the inn has upper-midrange rooms, Victoriana to modern, in three satellite buildings. Walkable to restaurants and bars. Dogs get special treatment.
Smack on the plaza, the fashion-forward HH has a coolly minimalist style of concrete and velvet, with requisite top-end amenities, including sumptuous beds and extra-deep tubs. Full-service spa.
Good-value, well-kept motel near Napa's only stretch of freeway. Hot tub.
Request a remodeled room at this good-value hotel, north of downtown, decorated with generic Colonial-style furniture. Hot tub, good service.
Little sister to Hotel Healdsburg, H2 has the same angular concrete style, but was built LEED-gold-certified from the ground up, with a living roof, reclaimed everything, and fresh-looking rooms with cush organic lin...
Each of these four colorful, inviting cottages has a bedroom, living room, kitchen and barbecue, with comfy furniture, stereos, DVDs and bicycles. One mile east of the plaza.
One mile west of downtown, family-owned El Pueblo has surprisingly cushy rooms with great beds. The big lawns and the heated pool are perfect for kids; parents appreciate the 24-hour hot tub.
Opened 2012, this fashion-forward boutique hotel, with good service, sits smack downtown, its 12 oversized rooms smartly decorated with tufted-velvet, distressed leather, subway-tile baths, and California-king beds w...
Stylish touches, such as high-end linens, justify rates and compensate for the rooms’ compact size, as do private balconies, which overlook the plaza or rear courtyard (we prefer the plaza view, despite noise)...
Understatedly elegant Milliken Creek combines small-inn charm, fine-hotel service and B&B intimacy...
It looks like a condo complex, but rooms are spacious and modern; some have fireplaces. Hot tub, sauna and exercise room.
We like this independent, non -cookie-cutter motel for its quiet, off-street location, usually reasonable rates and good-looking if basic rooms. Outside are grassy areas for kids and a hot tub.
Smack in the middle of town, this 1917 Mission Revival hotel is decorated in vaguely mod-Italian style at odds with the vintage building, but rooms are clean and fresh-looking nonetheless...
Elegant 1883 Victorian mansion with spectacular resort-like grounds, cushy rooms and great service.
This cute-as-a-button motel has spotless, cheery, retro-Americana rooms, but it's not downtown. Valley wineries are a short drive. When available, last-minute bookings cost just $89.
Romantic cottages for over-40s, with wood-burning fireplaces, two-person tubs and rocking-chair front porches.
Six immaculately kept, sunny-yellow cottages – with polished-wood floors, featherbeds and sundeck – stand in a row beside flowering gardens. Though close to the road, they’re quiet by night...
Immaculate single-story motel on a quiet side street, with extras like gas-burning fireplaces, afternoon wine and small on-site spa. Excellent service, but tiny pool.
Long on charm, this good-value, vintage-1880s hotel, decorated with country-style willow-wood furnishings, sits right on the plaza. Double-pane glass blocks the noise, but there's no elevator or parking lot.
One of Sonoma's finest, this beautifully restored 18-room Victorian inn is filled with collectible antiques; rooms have gas fireplaces and cozy feather beds.
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