Inn at Sonoma adds eight rooms

The Inn at Sonoma has expanded into an adjoining building, adding eight rooms for visitors who like to be near the action on The Plaza.
The new rooms are located in an annex along Broadway, giving the boutique hotel, which is set back off the road, a visible curbside presence it lacked.
All the rooms have their own fireplace, an iPod dock and flat panel TV. Most also feature private balconies or patios. And if you’re out for a romantic getaway, the king rooms sport jetted spa tubs.
Called “The Vintner’s Cottage Rooms,” the new accommodations are in a newer building that looks like it’s been around for a century. Designed by Sonoma architect Vic Conforti, it neatly melds with the vintage architecture along Broadway.
Designer Shirley Jensen of Forget Me Nots in Carmel, designed the rooms to have a contemporary look in soothing earth tones.
The Inn at Sonoma is managed by Four Sisters Inns, which also manage The Gaige House in Glen Ellen, The Sonoma Creek Inn near the Sonoma Mission Inn and the Healdsburg Inn on the Plaza.
The Inn at Sonoma is a smart value in an expensive town, offering full breakfast buffets, afternoon wine and hors d’oeuvres, a daily newspaper, freshly baked cookies, wireless Internet connection, an outdoor hot tub and bicycles.
The inn is only a couple of blocks from The Plaza, nice if you want to enjoy the tasting rooms and dine out without worrying about parking or driving. The address is 630 Broadway..
Rooms rent for $220 to $315 a night for two depending on the room and date.

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