After three days of wine tours and tasting the Fairmount was the perfect property to sit and relax at the pool and enjoy the amazing amenities of this amazing hotel. We had high expectations and the experience hit the mark!
The location of the property is away from downtown Sonoma, so if you are looking for a place that is within walking distance this is not going to work. They do offer a shuttle and the drive is roughly 10 minutes away from town.
We heard from a couple locals this was the best hotel to stay at in the actual city of Sonoma. This hotel is right next to the downtown Sonoma plaza area. It was clean, the staff was extremely helpful, more helpful than I was expecting actually. I would stay here again.
Very well situated hotel in Sonoma, just five minutes walk from the Sonoma Plaza at the centre of town. The Inn at Sonoma provided a friendly and comfortable haven after a busy day exploring the winelands by bike, with numerous cafes and restaurants a short stroll away. The staff were all very helpful.
Traveller from Heysham
Conveniently located just 2 blocks from the historic Sonoma plaza, The Inn at Sonoma's casual California decor extends to the …More
We stayed at the hotel with friends. Our room was on the ground floor and although nice and cozy it was noisy. Morning street traffic and breakfast setup was loud enough to wake us, also the wind caused a structure at the restaurant next door to pound on the wall. Our friends on the third floor had a geat stay with no noise. We will definetly return for a stay on the second or third floor.
I stay here often. It's a short drive to Sonoma Square and the rooms are very comfortable and quiet. Most have little patios off the rooms downstairs, but there is a little area with a fountain where you can sit outside in the evening. The restaurant next to the Inn is also very good and is open for breakfast and lunch.
Less than 3 miles from Sonoma Plaza, this smoke-free motor hotel is 3 to 7 miles from Napa Valley wineries.All Sonoma Creek …More
In California's wine country, Sonoma revives the senses with spas, wine tasting, top-rated restaurants, and scenic countryside. Vineyards on rolling hills literally sparkle with silver streamers designed to deter birds. Historic sites from the 1800s include Lachryma Montis, the 20-acre estate of General Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo, and the Sonoma Mission, on downtown's charming eight-acre plaza.