Satisfaction Very Good
Value Score Average Value
Good For Families
Classic 50s Resort
I haven't stayed here, but I have been here a number of times and my father-in-law stays here when visiting and it always seems nice. It's attractive and clean, with plenty of amenities, including pools, a bar, conference rooms, etc.
I am really only aware of one problem, and it does seem to be the one constant complaint from people: the hotel often has a lot of conferences and other meetings of organizations, taking up room and potentially making noise.
Unique Quality: It's the area's last real 1950s resort hotel and it is still mostly classically 50s all over, despite some modern updating. The sign and name are obviously 50s but the whole building is classically 50s, low-slung, sprawling, with glass-walled halls through gardens, etc. It's worth visiting just to see the place, especially if you like good 50s architecture.
It's fairly centrally located on the main east-west street through town, right down the street from downtown but on the road out to the Sonoma Valley, too.
Directions: It's on 4th St east of downtown right at the intersection of 4th and Farmer's Lane, near the Longs/Safeway shopping centre.
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