Standing like the crown jewel of the Historic Sonoma Plaza, the Ledson Hotel invites guests to step back in time to a grander era. Meticulously designed and built by entrepreneur and fifth generation Sonoma farmer and winemaker, Steve Ledson, this luxury hotel with its six individually decorated guest rooms plays host to those who shape our world.
Antique grandeur and modern amenities combine with subtlety, efficient and personalized service, making this unique Ledson Hotel one of the most distinguished addresses in California. It is listed in the top 100 hotels of the world by Conde Nast Magazine.
Ledson Hotel features six individually decorated guest rooms that are named after the legendary Ledson family members: William, Noble, Whitby, Winslow, Barker, and Edna. Each room reflects a different personality with almost 400 square feet of luxury and comfort for your convenience. All rooms are equipped with king-sized beds, whirlpool tubs with a separate standing shower, marble sink vanity, complimentary Internet access, refrigerator, fireplace and balcony.
No detail has been overlooked, from the imported glass chandeliers to the intricate wood-carved ceilings, beds and fireplaces, plush oriental rugs and luxury bedding. Each room reflects this commitment to the splendor and grace of the past. We invite you to wrap up your day at the lounge. Taste meticulously handcrafted and award-winning wines from Zina Hyde Cunningham, Ledson, and Mountain Terraces Wineries while watching the sunset from the sidewalk seating, or relaxing in the lounge by the fireplace.
Each room is equipped with an in-room whirlpool tub.
Enjoy a glass of wine at the romantic fireplace in your room.
Wrap up your day at the lounge. Taste meticulously handcrafted and award-winning wines from Zina Hyde Cunningham, Ledson, and Mountain Terraces Wineries while watching the sunset from the sidewalk seating, or relaxing in the lounge by the fireplace.
At A Glance
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- Air Conditioning
- Private Balcony
- Onsite Parking
- Good For
- Wheelchair Access