Americas Best Value Inn & Suites5135 Montero Way, Petaluma 2.0 out of 5.0
Situated in the business district, this motel is 0 mi (0.1 km) from The 101 Casino and within 3 mi (5 km) of Petaluma Village Premium Outlets and Santa Rosa ...
Holiday Inn Express & Suites Napa American Canyon5001 Main Street, American Canyon 2.5 out of 5.0
Situated in American Canyon, this hotel is 2.8 mi (4.5 km) from Eagle Vines Golf Club and within 6 mi (10 km) of Chardonnay Golf Club and Six Flags Discovery ...
Best Western Petaluma Inn200 S McDowell Boulevard, Petaluma 2.5 out of 5.0
Situated in Petaluma, this motel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Petaluma Arts Center, Phoenix Theater, and Petaluma Historical Museum. Santa Rosa Junior College-Petaluma ...
Sheraton Sonoma County - Petaluma745 Baywood Dr, Petaluma 3.5 out of 5.0
Gateway to the Wine Country with over 300 nearby wineries, this contemporary hotel lies 2 miles from historic downtown Petaluma in Sonoma County and 38 miles ...
Hotels in Petaluma, California
Visitors to Petaluma feel like they have taken a step back in time. The city, nestled between the Pacific Ocean and the Petaluma River a mere 40 miles north of San Francisco, is filled with Victorian architecture and Californian-style bungalows that reside alongside modern Petaluma hotels, restaurants and shops. Visit Orbitz.com to get started on your journey to this northern California gem. At Orbitz, you will find some of the lowest available rates on hotels, flights and rental cars.
Petaluma’s downtown area is comprised of modern shops, vintage buildings and an active, vibrant riverfront area. Locals and visitors enjoy a variety of events throughout the year, including holiday parades, wine tastings, garden tours, music festivals and cook-offs. The restaurants, which offer a diverse selection of cuisines, include Graffiti, the Wild Goat Bistro, Cucina Paradiso, Risibisi and Graziano’s.
The Metro Hotel and Café (metrolodging.com) is situated in the heart of the historic downtown area in a building constructed in the late 1800s. The hotel features single rooms and suites complete with vintage clawfoot tubs and an authentic French café that serves lunch and dinner daily. Room rates start at $99 per night.
The Cherry Hill Bed and Breakfast (cherryhillbnb.com) is situated in a restored 1895 Victorian house. It offers three individually appointed guest rooms, an indoor fireplace and outdoor firepit, patio and gazebo. Rates start at $125 per night.
The east side neighborhood is home to much of the city’s outdoor activities. Schollenberger Park, Crinella Park, Kentworth Park and the Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds, where many of the city’s events take place, are all located in this neighborhood. Most of the city’s restaurants are just across the river, but you can still grab a bit to eat at Traxx Bar and Grill or Mary’s Pizza Shack.
The Sheraton Sonoma County-Petaluma (starwoodhotels.com) offers a little bit of luxury to visitors. The expansive lobby, with its large fireplace and 42-inch television, seems to invite you to sit down and relax. The on-site Tolay Restaurant offers breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, while the Tolay Lounge opens each evening to provide refreshing beverages and snacks. Single rooms start at $135 per night. The Best Western Petaluma Inn (bestwestern.com) is a more affordable lodging choice, with rooms starting at $89 per night.
Petaluma’s west-side neighborhood is filled with Victorian-styled homes and lush gardens. Visitors can shop at the Town and Country Shopping Center and then grab a bite at one of the area’s restaurants, such as Mister Magoo’s, Boulevard Café and Grill or Equarium Food and Spirits.
The Quality Inn Petaluma (winecountryqi.com) features comfortable accommodations, a central courtyard with an in-ground heated pool, an on-site fitness center and a complimentary breakfast. Rates for its 109 guest rooms start at $99 per night. Other west-side hotels include the America’s Best Value Inn (americasbestvalueinn.com), with rooms starting at $60 per night, and the Motel 6 Petaluma (motel6.com), with rooms starting at $55 per night.
Step Back in Time
Petaluma gives visitors a glimpse into small-town life as it was like many years ago but with all of the necessary modern-day trappings. The pace is well-suited for those who want to relax, unwind and take their time exploring the California wine country. When you are ready to start making your travel arrangements, remember to visit Orbitz.com, where you can choose one of the many Petaluma hotels, book your flights and reserve a rental car.
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