Downtown Sonoma's only large-scale hotel takes into account its surroundings, offering some country charm in its 182 rooms. At the center of the resort is a U-shaped building with a classic big-hotel lobby and a large courtyard swimming pool with plenty of lounge chairs. The tasteful and spacious accommodations in the main building are decorated in earth tones and come complete with prints by local artists, artistic lighting fixtures, balconies or patios, and some fireplaces and tubs with shutters that open from the bathroom to the bedroom. Surrounded by trees, flowers, and shrubs and offering a sense of seclusion, the two-story cottages along the property are especially appealing. The Raindance Spa, where I've consistently had exceptional massages, makes excellent use of its outdoor public space with a number of small pools surrounded by lush plants. As a bonus after your treatment, you can hang around the pool all day if you wish.
- © Frommer's 2013
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