Enjoy your visit to Occidental with a stay at Inn at Occidental. Guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby hiking/biking trails, kayaking, and mountain biking, and free perks include continental breakfast, WiFi, and self parking. Rooms at this romantic bed & breakfast offer up nice touches like premium bedding and bathrobes.
Pros: Very comfortable room, attentive staff, nice area, I would definitely stay here again and recommend. Wifi was awful logged onto their wifi would but could not get internet. Apparently they are in process of getting better wifi.
Pros: Very nice facility. Only two stories so not too many neighbors. Great location, fireplace with complimentary logs, and wet bar made it an ease to chuck some fresh bough local oysters.
Cons: For the price maybe some kind of complimentary breakfast would have been nice. The walls were not the best to block off loud kids in the morning next door.
Pros: Wonderful service. Clean great views and great dinner on premise. Quite.
Pros: Comfortable rooms.
Cons: Not on the beach as the photos may indicate. The beach is a drive away.
Enjoy your visit to Bodega Bay with a stay at Bodega Bay Lodge. Guests can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant, or indulge in hot stone massages, body scrubs, or facials. There's an outdoor pool and a bar/lounge, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer flat-screen TVs and minibars.
A great choice for a stay in Bodega Bay, Bay Hill Mansion B and B features an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) and a rooftop terrace. Guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby hiking/biking trails and kayaking, and free perks include WiFi, self parking, and full breakfast daily. Rooms offer upscale touches like fireplaces and soaking tubs, along with pillowtop beds and DVD players.
Pros: Very nice and clean. Great location and excellent staff.
Enjoy your Fairfield Inn & Suites Santa Rosa Sebastopol experience in the Sonoma Wine Country on the quieter side of West Sonoma County, in our artisan town of Sebastopol. Meet and greet your favorite wine maker, artist, craftsman and local food maker from the place they call home. Our guests are close to everything that connects us back to nature. Explore spectacular Pacific Coast beaches at Bodega Bay, kayak on the Russian River watershed, hike through California redwood trees and wine taste in the world renowned vineyards and farmlands of the Russian River Appellation. Our spacious lobby, with its massive stone fireplace entices you to sit back and relax as you plan your day of exploration. For our business travelers, unwinding and relaxing at the Fairfield Inn & Suites Santa Rosa Sebastopol ensures a well rested night to start the next day of business, be it in Santa Rosa, Petaluma or Rohnert Park.
Pros: Hotel staff was friendly and location to the wharf was excellent!
Pros: room, setup, service, food - everything was excellent will go back
Pros: The setting and landscaping and staff were awesome.
Pros: The wood burning fireplace.
Cons: The hotel room was not worth the price we paid. It was dated and rundown. The towels and upholstery on the chairs were fraying. A metal piece came off our shower when turning it on. The breakfast was bad with old fruit and rancid cottage cheese.
Pros: It was a very quiet place and the room I was in was very large and pretty.
Cons: The pool/spa closes at 6pm/9pm. I would have liked to come back after being out and relax and swim. The guest towels were threadbare and stringy around the edges. The curtains in the bathroom did not provide adequate privacy. No breakfast variety.
Pros: Hotel employee is the man. Jack of all trades. Owner, host, chef, waiter, etc
Cons: Would have been nice if it's closer to Bodega Bay. Also WiFi was extra -- would be nice to have in rooms as cell coverage is not good from surrounding hills.
When visiting Bodega, Sonoma Coast Villa & Spa is a great choice to consider. You can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant and visit the spa to be pampered with massages, body wraps, or aromatherapy. An outdoor pool and a spa tub are other highlights, and rooms at this upscale inn offer up nice touches like fireplaces and premium bedding.
Pros: Ted, the owner is very hand on ! He also knows the area quite well, and recommended some great restaurants and hikes. We were only staying overnight, so can't really speak to extended stay, but it was very comfortable, clean and quiet. Oh, and there's a great coffee shop right behind the Inn ! Wonderful and talented Barrista there !
Pros: Pleasant enough Inn keeper.
Easy to find.
Shared parking lot with restaurant and art gallery.
Close and accessible drive down the street to the waterfront.
Cons: People using the shared kitchen made the whole place smell like whatever they were heating up. In our experience, that smell was some weird, meat-like smell that hung around all day long.
Super weak shower head.
Just an overall dingy feeling to the place. Not unclean or dirty, just sort of dingy and not refreshing at all.
The Bodega Bay Inn family-run since 1984. All rooms have king size beds including light refreshments all day in the sunroom just off the back garden. The inn contains original art by local artists and has an outdoor sculpture garden. Also close to community activities and the UC Marine Lab. Some rooms have jetted tubs.
Like the laid back community living and looking out over the local crops.
Pros: The location was wondeful. Resturants near by and the owners were top notch.
On 5 acres, this Sonoma wine country inn is 10 miles from Hanna Winery Russian River Valley, Marimar Estate Vineyards & Winery and Iron Horse Vineyards. Free Wi-Fi is provided in all rooms. Featuring a fireplace, each room provides heated slate floors and locally-made toiletries at Pearlessence Vineyards Inn. A flat-screen cable TV and a private bathroom are also provided. Breakfast is delivered to rooms daily at Pearlessence Inn Vineyard. Guests can enjoy a terrace overlooking the vineyard. Sonoma State University is a 15 minute drive away. The Pacific Coast and Bodega Bay are just a 30 minute drive from Pearlessence Vineyard Inn.
Pros: Very comfortable spacious room. Complimentary Wi-Fi. Breakfast was fantastic...hot and cold food choices. Room was quiet and peaceful with easy temp control. Staff was pleasant, accommodating and made us feel welcomed.
Cons: Cleaning products had an unpleasant scent. It was everywhere, including the elevators, and reminded me of a hospital. Otherwise wonderful and we will definitely stay again.
Cons: i don't usually like to leave negative comments, but I was woken up by the person who stayed on the 3rd floor after I went to bed and before I was planning on getting up. I could hear them walking all throughout the room so I did not sleep well at all. Almost like they had a sleep issue and they were up frequently.
The Hampton Inn & Suites Rohnert Park/Sonoma County welcomes you to the gateway of Wine Country. Our beautiful lobby is the perfect place to meet friends and family. Our spacious rooms and suites will make your visit comfortable and relaxing. Enjoy our complimentary On the House hot breakfast and complimentary High Speed Internet Access. We love having you at the Hampton Inn & Suites Rohnert Park - Sonoma County!
Cons: We couldn't turn off the heater and it smelled.
Cons: the shower was clogged
Pros: nice view of the water. Cabins were spacious and comfortable. Nice hot tub and pool. Food was good.
Cons: The bathroom and rooms were a little bit outdated. The toilet was very old and weak.
Pros: Very peaceful and quiet. Nice location
Lots of close parking. Beautiful grounds.
Cons: Would be nice and safe to install a grab bar for entering the tub/shower area.
Door key card wasn't cooperative. Had to make several attempts before opening door.
Small refrigerator in room would be nice.
Pros: We go here often and love it!
Pros: Wonderful location, pleasant and courteous staff, central to Bodega Bay.
Cons: Room phone did not work so could not call desk when toilet had a problem. Desk lamp did not work so phone carger plug was nonjfunctional. There was only one wastebaskey. Wifi was extremely poor andwould not connect, and with phone down, couldnt get hold of the desk. No instructions for connevting. Complementary breakfast was premade and did not taste very good.
Cons: To much money and not that nice looking
Pros: Staff was friendly. Great breakfast.
Cons: No air conditioning. Room had a horrible "musty" smell. I'd advise that if you decide to stay to request that the staff "air" the room out a minimum of 15 mins before you arrive to your room.
Situated by the ocean, The Inn at the Tides is a great choice for a stay in Bodega Bay. Guests can indulge in massages, then grab a bite to eat at one of the 2 restaurants. 2 bars/lounges and an outdoor pool are other highlights, and rooms offer up nice touches like bathrobes and pillowtop beds with down comforters.
Pros: We loved the overall ambiance and the friendliness of the staff. Evan gave us a warm welcome after a long day of traveling which really appreciated. The food was delicious and we loved our personal balcony overlooking the pool and courtyard while sipping on wine.
Cons: We loved everything!
Pros: Staff was friendly, there was free wi-fi, the rooms were clean and the heated pool and the hot tub were nice. I would stay here again.
Cons: Our room smelled a bit, there wasn't a vent with a fan in the bathroom and the room became super steamy whenever we took a shower. Our friends room did not have an odor.
Pros: I was only there overnight and this is he best choice in Rohnert Park. Grounds are nice and the location is central to things to do in the area. Rohnert Park, however, isn't a destination. Pool area is very nice. Room was fine but in need of updating. Popcorn ceilings and older fixtures.
Cons: The carpet in hallways and the room need replacing. Additional lighting in the large parking lot would make female travelers feel safer.
Pros: I was more than pleasantly surprise. Very nice property. The beds were so amazing that my daughter and I (separate beds) did not want to pull ourselves out of them. The room was very well-appointed from the price. The lobby is great, bar area was welcoming. If I need to stay in Rohnert Park again, I would gladly return.
Pros: Hotel is clean on the inside and the balcony has a nice view with space for multiple people to socialize.
Cons: When I first arrived the toilet was plugged up; however, that was fixed immediately. The real problem was the cigars and cigarette butts left out on the balcony ledge/overlook. I did not like the smell, and had to clean up someone else's cigars and cigarettes. The cleaning crew should clean up the balcony overhang of the rooms especially since the room I staid in is non-smoking.
Pros: It is an above average facility in a beautiful setting. The room was clean and comfortable and the staff very accommodating.
Cons: The breakfast offerings were disappointing. The dresser drawer space was inadequate.
Pros: 1. The grounds are beautiful.
2. There was a hot tub and pool, a beautiful patio and AMAZING lobby with fireplace.
3. I had been dreaming of sitting next to a warm fireplace and reading, and it happened. It was so perfect.
4. I love the warm cookies upon arrival.
5. I also had forgotten my toothbrush and they gave me a very nice one with a travel size tooth paste (not those little toothpaste sachets).
Cons: 1. The sliding door lock in our room worked about 50% of the time. I spent about 5 minutes trying to jostle it open to get my bathing suit I'd left on the patio.
2. The toilet didn't flush at all when we arrived. The engineer had to come and replaced a valve.
3. One of the towels smelled like it had been previously saturated with urine.
4. The television was so bizarre - the TV guide channel wasn't synched to the programming. The guide would say one show was on, but in fact an entirely different show was on and there was no rhyme or reason to any of it.
Pros: Clean room, beautiful grounds
Cons: Noisy people in room next to me
Pros: Spacious room, friendly desk staff, helpful service getting internet code, comfortable bed. The building itself is quite nice and the restaurant/bar area looked accommodating.
Cons: I was given a handicap room even though the hotel was not very busy. It would have been nice to ask if such a room would have been acceptable. It wasn't a big deal but I would have expected such a conversation to have occurred at check in.
Pros: The staff very friendly, helpful and they seemed to enjoy their work environment.
Cons: Dead bugs in the bottom of light fixtures. The art on walls not dusted regularly. But everything else very clean.
Cons: I booked my reservation through your company and when I got to the hotel they were sold out and did not have a room for me . It was late at night and I could not get a hotel room anywhere that night I had to sleep in my car.
Pros: Very nice visit - they remembered our anniversary with a bottle of champagne - very much appreciated
Cons: everything was fine
The DoubleTree by Hilton Sonoma Wine Country allows you to get away and unwind, whether you relax at our resort-style hotel or experience Sonoma's world renowned wineries, exquisite dining and picturesque countryside. Conveniently located in the heart of Sonoma County, our DoubleTree Sonoma hotel offers the ideal central starting point for exploring Sonoma’s over 200 wineries from downtown Sonoma to Healdsburg. Our Mediterranean style Sonoma County hotel exudes wine country and resort not just from the outside but inside as well: Relaxation and Recreation: Lounge in our courtyard heated pool and whirlpool, or get a work-out at our complimentary state of the art fitness center, brand new tennis court or sport court. Championship Golf: Walk out the back door to tee off on one of Foxtail Golf Club's two 18-hole championship golf courses surrounding the hotel. "Local Grown" Restaurant & Wine Bar: Get a true taste of Sonoma Grown in our own Bacchus Restaurant & Wine Bar where our chef uses only the freshest local ingredients to create your incredible dining experience, and choose from over 90 local wines to compliment your perfect dish! Wine & Cheese Reception: Join us on Friday nights to enjoy a complimentary local wine & artisan cheese pairing. Convenient Sonoma County Location Our Rohnert Park hotel is near Santa Rosa and Petaluma and less than an hour away from Napa, Sonoma, and San Francisco. In addition to exploring all the great wines of the Sonoma appellations, the DoubleTree Sonoma hotel is a great starting point to explore all Sonoma County has to offer - the hotel is just 5-30 minutes from Armstrong Redwoods, the Pacific Ocean at Bodega Bay, the Russian River, Green Music Center, Safari West Wildlife Reserve, Charles Schulz Museum, Infineon Raceway and Sonoma State University. The DoubleTree Sonoma hotel is only 20 minutes from Charles Schulz (Sonoma County) Airport which services direct flights to Portland, Seattle, Los Angeles (LAX) and Las Vegas. Airport shuttle service is available to and from San Francisco Airport (SFO) and Oakland Airport (OAK). Ideal Sonoma Meeting and Wedding Venue Our elegant, Tuscan-styled Sonoma hotel was designed with you in mind, whether you are looking to hold a corporate retreat, celebrate a special event or plan the perfect wedding. Winner of North Bays Best - 2009 and 2010 Readers Poll Gold Medal Meeting/Conference Site Renovated ballroom and meeting space in 2010 18,000 square feet of meeting space with over 32,000 square feet of outdoor event area Wedding ceremony and reception space Technology - High-speed wired and wireless internet access; On-site audio/visual equipment; Business Center The DoubleTree by Hilton Sonoma Wine Country allows you to get away and unwind, whether you relax at our resort-style hotel or experience Sonoma’s world renowned wineries, exquisite dining and picturesque countryside. Conveniently located in the heart of Sonoma County, our DoubleTree Sonoma hotel offers the ideal central starting point for exploring Sonoma’s over 200 wineries from downtown Sonoma to Healdsburg. Our Mediterranean style Sonoma County hotel exudes wine country and resort not just from the outside but inside as well: Relaxation and Recreation: Lounge in our courtyard heated pool and whirlpool, or get a work-out at our complimentary state of the art fitness center, brand new tennis court or sport court. Championship Golf: Walk out the back door to tee off on one of Foxtail Golf Club's two 18-hole championship golf courses surrounding the hotel. “Local Grown” Restaurant & Wine Bar: Get a true taste of Sonoma Grown in our own Bacchus Restaurant & Wine Bar where our chef uses only the freshest local ingredients to create your incredible dining experience, and choose from over 90 local wines to compliment your perfect dish! Wine & Cheese Reception: Join us on Friday nights to enjoy complimentary wine and artisan ch
Pros: Good location, walking distance from area restaurants
Cons: There was next to none noise cancellation. The people next to us threw a party and we could hear every word. I called to the front desk and it still went on for 30 more minutes. The front desk didn't even bother apologizing. The room was shabby.
The Sebastopol Inn puts you within a 15-minute drive of Kendall-Jackson Wine Estate and Gardens. Guests can indulge in spa services, then grab a bite to eat at one of the 2 restaurants. An outdoor pool and a spa tub are other highlights, and rooms offer pillowtop beds and flat-screen TVs.
Pros: If it weren't for the location, view, and staff, I would have felt ripped off. The hotel is perfectly located in the heart of Bodega Bay. Our room had a balcony with an ocean view. The staff was extremely friendly.
Cons: The rooms simply need to be updated. Everything in the room was either old and/or visibly dirty. The pillow cases were not clean. The ironing board was filthy. Dry rot visible in the bathroom. The sliding glass door needed lots of muscle and patience to open. The smoke detector was covered with a plastic bag? If it weren't for the location, view, and friendly staff, I'd be pissed paying $200/night of this place. Come on owners, invest on improvements. P.S.--I also believe that each room is required to have an evacuation map and maximum daily rated posted which this room did not.
Pros: Hair in the shower and dirty carpets. Hair dryer didn't work because it was clogged with hair. Staff never asked upon checkout how our stay was
Cons: Dirty rooms
Rooms have torn carpet, stained sheets, wall paper falling off the wall. The balcony on the room had standing water, sliding door was hard to open and close. No screen door. Bathroom had water damage all over. Spiderwebs in the bathroom.
Pros: My wife and I celebrated our 58th wedding anniversary at Bodega Coast Inn and Suites. We were greeted by friendly helpful staff and found to our surprise sparkling cider and chocolates in our room. We had a lovely view of the bay and found their breakfast to be ideal. We also enjoy our balcony view of the bay along with the short distance it was to nearby restaurant and shops. It was a perfect quiet get away just what we wanted.
Cons: Room 32 has issues with a nasty urine smell coming from the back wall or floor. Management was not aware, hard to believe. Repair will probably be costly. Don't get that room. It is also directly under one of the 2 upper rooms with hardwood floors. Kids were up all night to the sound of occupants moving about. Not worth the high dollar price, but we were last minute bookings.
Pros: very nice and welcoming staff
Cons: carpet was dirty and the sliding door was very hard to open and needed cleaning.
Pros: Beautiful room, amenities and close to everything!
When visiting Bodega Bay, Bodega Coast Inn And Suites is a great choice to consider. Guests can enjoy the spa tub, along with onsite scuba diving. Rooms at this romantic hotel feature bonuses like refrigerators and microwaves, along with fireplaces and free WiFi.
Cons: The room did not have air conditioning which I need. The staff quoted the 14 day cancellation policy and told us we would be charged for one night anyway. I left my tablet in the room and still have not gotten it back. Overall bad experience...
Pros: The romm was very clean and cozy! Loved the new look with the old look blended in!
Pros: The staff was wonderful. The room was rustic as I expected from a hotel built in 1864. The shower in the room was large. There is a nice restaurant in the hotel and the food is great!
Not really a B&B as we were lead to believe. There was coffee and treats in the morning however the leaky faucet our bathroom bothered us all night. I am not sure I would recommend this place to anyone. Maybe we just got a bad room with it in the front and right over the restaurant. Very noisy place.
Pros: the restaurant was great
Cons: No place to check in except in the bar. The noise downstairs in the restaurant went on well past closing time and made it difficult to get any sleep. It is also on a busy highway.
When visiting Valley Ford, Valley Ford Hotel is a great choice to consider. For a bite to eat, guests can check out Rocker Oysterfellers, which serves southern cuisine and is open for dinner. Nice touches like bathrobes and memory foam beds with Egyptian cotton sheets are offered up in all rooms.
Pros: They had a very good breakfast included. There was plenty of options for all and a hostess was present the whole time to clean up any messes and assist customers.
Cons: There was a huge stain on the carpet right in front of the hotel room door. It made me question the cleanliness of the room. Having said that, everything else about the room was very clean.
The night stand drawer had a missing handle.
These two issues combined gave me the impression that the hotel is old and in need of attention.
Pros: Near wedding venue
Cons: Room availability
Pros: Room was very clean, hotel was quiet(couldn't hear your neighbors), very good continental breakfast, very good location, and the pool is very nice.
Cons: We were in room 201 which is right above where the manager stays. He must sit in there and chain smoke all day because the smell comes through the bathroom vent.
Pros: The room was clean and comfortable, no issues. Breakfast was the typical with waffles, muffins, cereal, bread. The coffee was exceptionally good surprisingly.
Pros: An okay value for the money, especially if you're on your way somewhere else.
Pros: Nice breakfast and staff
There's plenty to discover in this gateway to Wine Country. Whether you're here to enjoy a day of wine tasting, visiting Sonoma State University, or celebrating an evening of fun at Graton Casino you deserve a relaxing and comfortable nights rest. The Best Western Inn is close to Bodega Bay, which is prime for picture snapping or romantic strolls. Of course, convenience also counts for a lot. This pet-friendly Rohnert Park hotel is right off of the scenic 101, so you're just a short drive from endless attractions. Great customer service and free Wi-Fi are a couple of extra perks that make guests feel right at home. The Russian River, Sonoma County Fair, Accordion Festival and Charles Schulz Old Time Hockey are unique experiences that are an absolute must. Family-friendly events abound in this region, so take full advantage. No matter what time of year you visit, there will be something exciting happening. The Waves to Wine annual run to support muscular dystrophy is a popular benefit that welcomes crowds from around the country. Sometimes you have to take care of business on your travels. Maybe you're in town for work with Sonoma Mountain Village or construction of one of the many new buildings. Checking into this Rohnert Park hotel puts you close to numerous work sites as well as popular attractions, dining, and shopping. Indulge a little after clocking out - you deserve it. Our new hot breakfast will keep you ready for the next adventure. Dig into hot waffles, delicious pastries, fruits, cereal, yogurt, and gourmet coffee, and there's no better way to kick start your morning than with our hot sandwich station Book your next stay at Best Western Inn and start planning your adventure-filled itinerary! Enjoy your stay.
Try your luck at the casino when you stay at Graton Resort & Casino in Rohnert Park. You can visit the spa to be pampered with massages, facials, or mani/pedis, and 630 Park, one of 12 restaurants, serves American cuisine and is open for dinner. 3 bars/lounges and an outdoor pool are other highlights at this upscale resort, and rooms offer 24-hour room service and flat-screen TVs.
Pros: Overall a clean cost efficient place to stay while in the Santa Rosa area. No frills easy fwy access. Staff polite, helpful and friendly.
Pros: Price and proximity to shopping, freeway and restaurant's
Cons: No mini fridge or microwave
Pros: The location was great, right near the Doubletree where the conference I was attending was located. Easy on and off the freeway, parking is convenient, lots of fast food and stores nearby. The TV works. The price is super cheap for the area--but the place sucks.
Cons: There was a puddle of bleach in the bathroom, which ruined my socks and pajamas. The staff didn't seem to care when I mentioned it as I checked out. Also, when I arrived the toilet wasn't flushed--ew! And the shower is so short it's uncomfortable to crouch (and I'm only 5'7"), and the water pressure is a dribble. And the sheets are so rough they abraded my elbows. I know it's an economy motel, but it was pretty bad.
Pros: Very basic, but very clean, rooms. Staff was cheery and helpful. Taco Bell and Burger King are a stone's throw from the front door, as is a fuel station. Lots of other restaurants and shopping opportunities nearby.
It's quite close to the highway, so noise can be an issue, especially on the back side.
While I wouldnt choose Good Nite Inn for a grand vacation, it is an excellent, inexpensive stop over and I highly recommend it as such.
Cons: Rooms dont have even have a coffee maker. Seriously ? For those prices, thag should be in every room. No fridge or microwave. Just ok for a nights sleep. Nice staff though. Ans didn't see any bugs. Always a plus.
Pros: Manager reimbursed our first night that we had no air conditioning (it was hot)!! No blow dryer. Shower head so low my husband had to kneel to take a shower.
Cons: Fixed the air conditioner for our second night, much more comfortable. Close to a number of restaurants.
Pros: Got very little value for the money. No amenities. Felt like a 40 dollar motel. Location next to the freeway. Single chair.
The good news - the bed was fairly decent.
Cons: Everything but the bed.
Noisy and odd people staying there.
Pros: Price was more reasonable than others. Clean. Most of the staff were pleasant.
Cons: Noisy...freeway noise and other customers. Bring your own towels because they only give you two and a wash cloth for two people, not even a hand towel for the sink. One tiny bar of soap to use both in the shower and at the sink. We got extra towels but then when we left the room, they were evidently taken by staff because they were gone when we returned to the room. No blow dryer. I guess you get what you pay for.
Cons: Room with strong smoke smell, bathroom was not clean. Low quality that is not consistent with the price.
Pros: Close to everything
Cons: Freeway noise
Pros: It's close to casino- wal mart- Taco Bell- and free way. The main thing it's saving is money to use for other things. We have family to visit there and we like our privacy. So we could afford to visit and stay in a hotel. Very clean- nice beds. Not fancy but everything you need. It's stupid to pay more unless you like to throw money away. If you want a newer fancier hotel- you can pay 100 more a night - but it will be the exact same- with a cheap buffet breakfast---that is not worth $100 or so extra. I highly recommend this place for a good night sleep and a quiet room. It's clean and they have coffee in the morning and you don't need more - save your. Money and stay here.
Cons: Only don't have a view - I like views. No biggie for me. Price makes it worth it.
Pros: Staff was very helpful on a couple of non-standard requests
Cons: The mattress most likely hadn't been changed since the place opened.
From enchanting Napa Valley, and located between Petaluma and Santa Rosa, and Graton Casino, the Good Nite Inn hotel in Rohnert Park, California is the ideal spot for an affordable and cozy spot to stay during your ventures into California's vibrant wine country. There are a wide variety of dining options within walking distance, over 150 wineries within a short drive and we are also nearby to Russian River Valley, the Charles M. Schultz Museum and the Scandia Family Fun Center. When looking for a truly affordable hotel in the Sonoma Wine Country, look no further than Good Nite Inn.
Enjoy your visit to Rohnert Park with a stay at Budget Inn. Free perks include WiFi, self parking, and continental breakfast daily between 6:30 AM and 9:30 AM. Rooms feature conveniences like refrigerators and microwaves.
Pros: $75 room with a $10 mattress. Rooms are clean and basic which is why I choose Motel 6 when on the road. Staff where friendly, quick and solved a booking issue without batting an eye.
Cons: Hard, cheap bed. Californias version of a $40 room if you know what I mean.
Pros: The price and pet friendly.
Cons: Undesirable people hanging around. Key cards were turned off the night before our checkout date. They charged $4.99/day for high-speed internet. Not enough parking. Will never stay there again.
Pros: price quoted on Kayak different upon checkout! Not cool -- I was quoted a price of $66 (which came to a total of $71 after taxes). When I showed up the front office charged me $71 base price and with taxes it came to over $80. Something went wrong with the pricing and it took me by surprise.
Motel 6 Rohnert Park is located in the shopping center with; Black Bear Diner, Starbucks Coffee, Sushiko, and Walgreens. The new Graton Resort and Casino is less than 2 miles away. Relax in our modern rooms and outdoor pool. Wi-Fi is available for a fee.