Hotel couldn't be better located. Right on the corner of Sonoma Plaza. We loved the old western charm of this historic hotel. If you can only do modern hotels, don't come here. If you love authenticity -- you will love the place. Nice amenities: afternoon wine service in lobby; morning continental breakfast (pastries; coffee; tea). One complaint: they heat the water for tea in same system that brews coffee. So water has remnant coffee taste -- not a good thing. But other than this, a great place to stay.
Lovely nooks and crannies to escape into with a good book or whatever. Beautiful landscape well maintained. Supportive staff always smiling. My only negative comment would be the wait staff at breakfast X2. Friendly but slow and forget full
My husband and I throughly enjoyed our stay. It was our first time to Sonoma and we were celebrating his birthday. So many personalized and special touches at this location: uniquely designed rooms, private gardens, fresh bakery goods outside our door each morning and to top it off, the thoughtful and kind delivery of a birthday treat for my husband our last night there. All that coziness and privacy is only a 5 minute walk to the main square, which has great shopping and amazing restaurants. We will definitely be back!
Traveller from Atlanta, GA
Located one hour north of San Francisco in the heart of the Sonoma Californias Wine Country the Brick House Bungalows is …More
This was a great place to stay and made our first time visit a very positive one. The staff was genuinely friendly and helpful. The room was clean and comfortable. Even though it was a busy evening outside we felt like the room was relatively quiet. We'll be retuning to the El Dorado!
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.