Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn
100 Boyes Blvd.
Sonoma, California 95476
Local Phone: (707) 938-9000
The Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn, one of the top hotels in Sonoma wine country, rose from the ashes of Boyes Hot Springs, a commercial hot springs and hotel developed in the late 19th century on the site of a mineral spring and healing ground sacred to native Americans. Well-to-do San Franciscans began arriving to "take the waters" in 1895, but in 1923 the hotel and hot-spring facilities were destroyed by fire. The current hotel, built in California mission style, rose from the ashes in 1927 and immediately was acclaimed as one of the finest lodging establishments in Northern California. It went into receivership during the Great Depression and remained dark until Grass Valley hotelier Emily Long purchased and restored it in 1933. During World War II it became an "R&R" site for sailors and marines. Later it was used as a sports-team training headquarters. The Big 3, today a deli and gift shop, was established during that period.
The latest round of renovations, completed in 2000, included the addition of 60 suites, function space, landscaping and a parking garage.
Size: All sizes
Maximum number allowed: 2
Cost per dog: $50 Per Night
Percentage of rooms that are dog-friendly: Less than 50%
Breed restrictions: None
Property amenities: Cozy Dog Beds, Dining/water bowls, Special treats