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Kenwood Inn and Spa in Kenwood, California
Rising from the vines of Sonoma's lush vineyards is the intoxicating Kenwood Inn and Spa, a luxurious California wine country retreat fashioned after a Mediterranean villa. Kenwood is a relaxing 29-room sanctuary where guests are pampered beyond belief. Guest room comforts are never-ending with romantic fireplaces, plush featherbeds cloaked in Italian linens, full baths, ambient lighting and twice-daily housekeeping service. The grounds are equally splendid with lush courtyards, a pair of outdoor swimming pools, sunning terraces, and a steam room and hot tub. It is no wonder why Hollywood A-listers consider Kenwood Inn and Spa their own personal pied-à-terre.
Kenwood's restaurant features an à la carte menu of classic Italian dishes, served by a rustic fireplace and wood-burning oven during winter, and doors that open up onto the verdant courtyard during the warmer seasons. Each morning you will awake to a complimentary breakfast made with an array of fresh ingredients acquired from the fields of local farmers. Discover endless daytime adventures, such as a stroll through historic Sonoma Plaza flanked with tiny shops and bistros. After a day of wine tasting, retreat to the Spa at Kenwood, where "vinotherapy" is administered using products infused with red wine extracts as well as chardonnay and Riesling oils that are both soothing and beneficial to the body. Celebrate the end of another delightful day inside the inn's intimate wine bar where you can toast your good fortune with fellow guests.
Location of Kenwood Inn and Spa
Nearest Airport: SFO
Amenities for Kenwood Inn and Spa
- General Information
- 29 Guest Rooms
- Adults Only
- Room Service
- Wine Bar
- On-Site Amenities
- Outdoor Pool
- Outdoor Whirlpools
- 2 Outdoor Pools
- In-Room Amenities
- Turndown Service
- CD Players
- Direct Dial Telephones
- Luxury Linens
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Wine Tours
- Meeting Rooms
- Art Galleries
- Antique Shopping
- Food & Wine
- Spa & Wellness
- Spring Getaways
- Summer Getaways
Reviews for Kenwood Inn and Spa
Iâ€™m in love w the ambiance of this beautiful inn. Love the grounds, the landscaping and the the quaint little areas to sit and just enjoy. Nice pool. Hot tub a bit cloudy for our entire stay. Room is a great size w beautiful shower and fireplace. However, we were very disappointed with the spa being closed due to renovation. Had we known, we would have booked somewhere else. We wanted the couples rooftop massage. After sending two emails and calling, I was told two different things. Finally found out they have a room converted and could still do it but it would be w a different ambiance. Not happy but agreed. Sent two emails trying to schedule a day and time and the lady, I was corresponding w just stopped answering after I asked about a certain day and time. So we checked in and the desk clerk said she could schedule. I said ok, we want two facials and the couples massage. She then informed me facials were not available at all due to renovation. Soooo disappointing. We were looking forward to an entire spa day relaxing before my husbands surgery. Staff were not responsive nor apologetic. Their loss. They lost about $1200-1300 in spa treatments from us. I would love to come back in the future but with lack of customer service, Iâ€™m not sure we will return. Iâ€™m told the Fairmont has a wonderful spa.
Tmr2 - Cincinnati
This is a magnificent property in a beautiful location. Regretfully they had to close after the horrible fires that devastated the area in October 2017, primarily from "smoke damage". My thoughts are that they took advantage of any insurance money that might have been available to try and remodel the place. The rooms are spacious and comfortable, and the staff are more than happy to assist with any request. Nevetheless, there was a nagging feeling that this was a bit like "Fawlty Towers" - trying too hard to be five star when the facility was not up to scratch. Example - pool is gorgeous and heated, but jacuzzi wasn't working. Breakfast room (alongside an open kitchen) was full of smoke from the cooking). The place is not cheap - depending on weekday or weekend it ranges from $270 to over $400 for one night. They need to get their act together before we return, because we would love to return.
JulianSolo - Huntington Beach
My wife and I stayed here in late September. The staff where excellent... Scarlett was AWESOME!! The resort is secluded and quiet. But next to some really nice wineries. A good place to relax after a day of wine tasting. Will be coming back
This place is absolutely wonderful - huge luxurious rooms with fireplaces, they greet you at the front desk with glasses of champagne, lovely breakfast, all five star! Feels like a tuscan villa. This is our favorite hotel in the area and we are relieved to hear they were OK after the horrific fires. Only downside is they no longer serve food after breakfast -- which they used to do. It was super convenient after a day of winery visits to stay in for dinner!
TravellingFiveOs - Lebanon, New Jersey
My husband and I came here for our last quiet vacation before our baby is born, and it was lovely. We were warmly greeted at check-in with sparkling wine (very sad that only my husband could partake in that part) and given a tour of the hotel. Our room was spectacular and very clean. We stayed in room 17 on the 2nd floor and had a private front patio, a large room with a fireplace, and a bathroom with a ginormous bath tub and walk in shower. The hotel property was gorgeous. I spent a lot of my time out by the pool. There is no restaurant in the hotel, but you can have someone drop off snacks and drinks while you lounge. They also provide breakfast every morning from 8-10. I'm vegan and was able to find a couple of items to eat. My only gripe about the room is that it didn't have a small fridge to chill the wine we had purchased earlier in the day/store any left overs from dinner. But other than that, everything was absolutely perfect. Our time there was cut short due to the wildfires that began on our last night there. I want to say how great the woman who came and woke us up was. She was very calm and made sure that everyone on the property knew what was going on. There was no power or wifi and most everyone was asleep (this was around 2 a.m), so I want to commend her publicly on her excellent job of waking up everyone and getting us out of harms way! I hope to visit this wonderful property again someday.
Erin D - San Francisco, California