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posted 07-14-2011 10:19 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for yesilovewine     Edit/Delete Message
I didn't have a calendar earlier but I see now that you have a weekend night in mind. I think that you will definitely have the best chance of finding something without a required 2-night stay in Santa Rosa.
You might get lucky with something in Sonoma, but I expect that the weekend summer rates will be quite high.


posted 07-13-2011 04:48 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for yesilovewine     Edit/Delete Message
Sad but true, I'm afraid...especially in the busy times of year like mid-summer.
If your trip is going t be mid-week, you might get lucky and find a place that will take a single-night reservation, however.
If you are willing to give up that "wine country feeling" and stay in Santa Rosa ( the Sonoma County seat) you may be able to get a single-night reservation without too much difficulty. In that town, I would try The Flamingo Resort and The Fountaingrove for starters simply because they are pretty big and actually both are pretty nice places. There are chain hotels that might work for you, for instance the Hyatt Vineyard Creek which is in a good location across from Railroad Square, or maybe the BestWestern in Healdsburg.
If none of those work, get back to us and I'll see if I can find some other ideas.


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posted 07-12-2011 03:45 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for edelong   Click Here to Email edelong     Edit/Delete Message

My husband and I are traveling to CA at the end of July. We have one night to spend in either Napa or Sonoma.

We have never been to the area before and are looking for recommendations on where to start planning. It seems that most hotels/BB require a two night minimum?


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