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Travel to Sonoma, California

Sonoma is a historic city located in Sonoma County, California. It is the center of the state’s wine industry and was once the capital of the California Republic. can help locate the best Sonoma hotels and find the best deals on travel packages and accommodation in the area.

Sonoma Valley

Sonoma Valley is called the Valley of the Moon, and it is the birthplace of the California wine industry. It offers a wide range of tours, festivals and events for wine connoisseurs. The Jack London State Historic Park offers travelers a glimpse into the life of the famous author. Visitors to Sonoma Valley can also enjoy a diverse range of attractions such as the Quarryhill Botanical Garden. This botanical research garden features the largest variety of temperate Asian plants in North America. Visitors can also enjoy bike tours of the area offered by Sonoma Valley Cyclery and Sonoma Valley Bike Tours. El Pueblo Inn offers visitors to Sonoma Valley rooms beginning at $129 per night. Amenities include in-room coffee makers, rooms with fireplaces and Jacuzzis, maid service, high-speed Internet access and cable television. You can contact the hotel with questions regarding events and activities by calling 800-900-8844.

Sonoma Plaza

The town of Sonoma is built around this central plaza, which is the largest in California. Travelers who enjoy historical sites will enjoy visiting Mission San Francisco Solano. It was founded in 1823 by Mexican authorities wishing to push back foreign development. It has been used for diverse purposes, but in 1903, the California Historic Landmarks League purchased the mission and restored it. The Mission San Francisco Solano is part of the Sonoma State Historic Park. Other points of interest in the Sonoma Plaza include the Casa Grande, the Presidio of Sonoma and the Blue Wing Inn. Visitors wishing to explore the historic Sonoma Plaza can stay at The Lodge at Sonoma Renaissance Resort & Spa. Rooms start at $259 per night and feature concierge service, in-room coffee makers, a fitness center and spa, high-speed Internet access and cable television. Contact the hotel at 707-935-6600 for more information concerning local attractions.

West Napa Street

West Napa Street is the shopping district in Sonoma. It offers a wide range of shopping centers and shops, including the Sonoma Marketplace Shopping Center, Bear Moon Clothing and the Sonoma Plaza Farmer’s Market. Shoppers can enjoy a variety of local products and produce. Visitors wishing to shop on West Napa Street can find rooms at A Victorian Garden Inn starting at $199 per night. These accommodations feature concierge service, a fitness center and spa, high-speed Internet access, a guest Laundromat and room service. You can contact the hotel at 707-996-5339 with questions regarding availability and amenities.

Enjoying Sonoma

Individuals traveling to Sonoma have a wide range of activities from which to choose. The city offers a variety of historic locations, cultural events, and it also offers the opportunity to explore California’s Wine Country. Use to locate the best Sonoma hotels and for assistance with airline tickets and travel arrangements.


Kenwood Inn and Spa

Paradise Found

This was our first getaway in some time without the little ones and we couldn't have picked a better setting. The hotel grounds are absolutely beautiful with roses blooming everywhere, fruit trees abounding, and lish gardens at every turn. There is a pool and hot tub near the spa entrance and a seperate hot tub located on the other side of the property, which was nice for a little more privacy. Our room was beautifully appointed. We enjoyed the fireplace quite a bit falling asleep it's glow nightly. We had a great view of the surrounding contryside out the French doors to our baloney which we left open much of the time. The beds and pillows were very comfortable too. We found the staff eager and helpful without being overbearing. The guest services lined us up with a private tour of the Repris Winery, which was the highlight of our winery stops by far. My wife and I both enjoyed messages at the spa and found that facility to be very nice as well. We only had breakfast at the restaurant on site, but wish we had made time to have dinner or lunch as the food we had for breakfast was great. I could go on, but you probably get the idea. I can't wait to return for a little more R&R. I just need to talk my folks into watching the 3 kids again...

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3 years ago


Cinnamon Bear Creekside Inn


Very satisfied with our stay first time staying at a B&B will defiantly return, the breakfast was very good

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4 months ago


Casa Bella

B&B in Kenwood, CA (Wine Country)

We stayed at Casa Bella Inn for two nights to enjoy ballooning, wine tasting, zip lining and the mud baths of Calistoga. The B&B is located in the Sonoma Valley rather than in the Napa Valley, however there are a lot of wineries in and about the area, it's less crowded than Napa Valley and the drive to Napa Valley is pleasant and not all that far.

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1 year ago



Great place to stay, great location --

Really liked this place. It's about 4 blocks from the Sonoma Plaza and it's charming. There's only 6 rooms; however, our room was very comfortable, large and very clean. This place is also a culinary school, the rooms have a flare with that in mind. The continental breakfast in the morning was delightful. Since there's only 6 rooms, the breakfast area is in this wonderful little nook -- it was so nice to wake up and literally walk out our door and five feet away for breakfast. The set-up was perfect and has variety to get your day started. I would stay here again.

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4 months ago