December 11, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Sonoma Coast Villa & Spa in Bodega, California
Evoke your senses at Sonoma Coast Villa & Spa, where a decidedly elegant atmosphere envelopes you in luxury, making the most of your time in one of the world's best wine destinations. Channeling a sophisticated European vibe, mixed with the charm of a country inn, this Northern California retreat features thoughtfully appointed guest rooms, gourmet cuisine at its organic-based restaurant, and personalized treatments at its intimate spa - all in a location within driving distance of over 40 wineries, just an hour outside of San Francisco. Whether it is the crackle of the wood-burning fireplace, or the aroma of fresh-cut flowers, your room at Sonoma Coast Villa & Spa pleases the senses in every way. Italian slate floors lead to private decks, en-suite bathrooms feature jetted tubs or marble walk-in showers, and the lush garden scenery outside completes the pleasant picture. Full breakfast is included every morning, starting with freshly ground organic coffee right in your room, then featuring home-baked breads, eggs, fresh fruit and yogurt, and more. Welcome to the good life, at Sonoma Coast Villa & Spa.
Let the pampering begin by choosing a treatment or package at The Courtyard Spa, where selectively chosen spa therapists excel at providing you with an incredible experience. Relax in the unhurried environment and indulge in a soothing hot stone massage, aromatic salt scrub, or antioxidant wrap. Once you are feeling fully refreshed, take some time to explore Sonoma Coast Villa & Spa's 60 beautiful acres, and take in the peaceful landscape of this Russian River Valley destination. The hotel's 9-hole putting green is a fun way to spend a lazy afternoon, or you can venture to the nearby Bodega Harbour Golf Links for a championship-level game. Explore the coast itself, just five miles from the hotel, at Sonoma Coast State Beach, where you can enjoy horseback riding, surfing or kayaking, or charter a fishing or whale watching boat. And the bountiful area wineries are of course the true gem of this fantastic locale. Return to the hotel for a spectacular gourmet dinner, as the on-site restaurant features organically grown ingredients and cuisine made with care and thoughtful flavors. With this the perfect end to your assuredly perfect days, Sonoma Coast Villa & Spa makes your time in California wine country unforgettable.
Location of Sonoma Coast Villa & Spa
Nearest Airport: SFO
Amenities for Sonoma Coast Villa & Spa
- General Information
- 16 Guest Rooms
- Room Service
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Outdoor Pool
- Putting Green
- In-Room Amenities
- CD Players
- Mini Bar
- Iron/Ironing Boards
- Whirlpool Bathtubs
- Coffee & Tea Facilities
- Private Decks
- Cooking Demonstrations
- Whale Watching
- Wine Tours
- Hot Air Ballooning
- Food & Wine
- Spa & Wellness
- Summer Getaways
Reviews for Sonoma Coast Villa & Spa
This is our third or fourth time staying here and the first time since their recent ownership change. It's a nice place off of the beaten path to stay while visiting the area and wine tasting. The place has always been consistent in their commitment to service, privacy and room quality. The staff goes out of their way to help you in anyway they can and they put on a very nice breakfast. If they would switch from flat bottom sheets over to fitted sheets the place would be almost perfect
The staff was incredibly helpful, nice, and accommodating. They greeted us immediately when arriving and gave us great recommendations for local wineries and restaurants. They really went above and beyond! We ate at the restaurant one night, by recommendation ordered the chef pairing. The wine pairing was spot on and the food was delicious. Buffet breakfast was included also, and was great. Unfortunately we had to cut our stay short, the front desk was so nice and understanding. The resort is a little secluded, so perfect for relaxing getaway, spa day, and great place to enjoy a book.
vrainford - Martinez, California
While on only the second of what has become annual pilgrimages to special places around the world we stayed at the Resort and had a delightful time watching as one of the owners served as desk clerk, bell man, and then showed up behind the bar when we went for a nightcap - we became well acquainted and he shared a little bit of a special stash of Cognac (or was it brandy?). He and his wife are Europeans and aside from being great hosts seemed to be more than willing to show how friendly and special life can be when you are road weary and wanting a small bit of luxury there in the rolling hills and valleys of Sonoma Coast wine country. We will never forget the spacious and elegant room with the mini-courtyard out front, fireplace, hot tub and other accoutrements. Plus, we asked what would be served for Thanksgiving dinner from our multi-talented host and he said "I don't know, it depends on what is fresh at the market today". We were not disappointed. So special was our trip back then that we are returning in November 2017 for an encore performance. We will let you know what we had for Thanksgiving Dinner this year - a real challenge for the pescatarians among us!
B SHAWN C - Englewood, Florida
We were looking for a place in Sonoma County to use as a "home base" while spending a few days in wine country. After exploring a few much more expensive options, we happened upon Sonoma Coast Villa & Spa. Based on some older reviews (six months or so ago), we were a bit hesitant, but since more recent reviews were positive, we decided to book three nights at the resort. Rather than booking through a third party, we worked directly with the resort. They were very helpful, and were forthcoming about the different types of rates and rooms available. We opted for a non-refundable rate, with full disclosure from staff that we would be charged the full amount of our stay immediately upon booking. We arrived a little before 8 (closing time for the front desk) on the first night of our stay and were greeted by a friendly member of the staff who assisted us with a smooth check-in and showed us to our Villa. We were pleasantly surprised with our very spacious room. It was well appointed and clean. Furnishings were attractive and newer, bedding was comfortable, and the bathroom was quite nice with a jetted tub and large shower. We had an opportunity to look around the remainder of the resort a bit more the next day and found the pool area to be small, but clean and inviting, and the grounds to be beautifully maintained...lots of flowering plants. We had the opportunity to eat at the hotel's restaurant, and it was good. The chef checked in with us after our meal and was genuinely interested in ensuring that our meal was good. He clearly took pride in his work. The hotel offered a complimentary breakfast each morning at 9. This was a bit late for us, as we were planning to spend as much time as possible sightseeing. However, on our last morning, we did eat breakfast at the hotel and it was excellent...not a typical complimentary hotel breakfast. Overall, the quiet atmosphere of the resort was relaxing, and we enjoyed our stay. Though we don't wish to be negative about our stay, or to discourage others from staying at SCVS, we do want to note a few things that made our stay less than 100 percent enjoyable. First, hotel and restaurant staff were not professionally dressed and they wore nothing to identify themselves as resort employees. Therefore, it was impossible to distinguish them from registered guests, restaurant patrons, or just folks that were hanging around the facility. This was unsettling since our villa had an outside entrance and was located far at the back of the property. Second, this is a very small establishment, and the front desk staff were not always present when we came and went, but when they were, they did not acknowledge us in any way to determine if we were guests, prospective restaurant patrons, etc. One evening, we returned to the hotel and a young lady followed us, without speaking or making eye contact, back toward our villa. She was turning on lights around the pool area, but again...nothing to identify her as hotel staff, so we really had no idea. Third, it seemed that many staff members were in the midst of training. They were unsure of products, prices, and procedures, and they seemed a bit stressed...almost inconvenienced by guests (with the exception of the young man who facilitated wine tasting, and the chef, who were personable and did an excellent job). SCVS deserves an A for effort. They appear to be really trying hard to bring an aging facility back to life. However, they still seem to be trying to figure out what they want to be and how to create a memorable experience for their guests. Hopefully with time, they will settle in and present a relaxing atmosphere without the awkwardness that seems to permeate the resort now.
Stayed here one night on our way north. Its a really nice hotel. Very clean and spacious rooms. There is a pool and restaurant as well as a spa if you want a massage. The staff were really helpful and very friendly. Wifi very hit and miss. Pillows didn't suit me as I have a neck injury and too fat and lumpy. I dont know why hotels dont just have two thin pillows then if a guest likes a fat pillow they can use both, simple. The bed was very comfy. Our mistake was to drive there from San Fran on Labour Day weekend. There was so much traffic that we couldnt park anywhere along the way and by the time we were able to pull off the road we were exhausted. There are only a few restaurants nearby for dinner and they were all booked out so we had no choice but to eat in the hotel restaurant. This was a little up market and all we were after was a lightish dinner like a pizza etc. Their room service menu was the same as restaurant. Imho they should put some light meals like pizza, toasted sandwiches, fries etc on their in room menu. At first we thought the waiter needed to lighten up as he seemed a bit snobbish but he came good when it was time for us to pay the bill ;). The food and wine was lovely but you pay the price for your wine and some of the mains. Having said that I had my best ever merlot which came from the Sonoma region. Breakfast starts at 9am which we feel is a little late as a lot travelers like to get on the road early. 8am would be a better start time. Area is a bit isolated but would definitely come back if visiting the region again.