My cousin who lives in Petaluma recommended this hotel. The lobby was nice, front desk person who checked me in did not know much about the area. The hotel appeared to be going over some renovating. Elevator was like the Tower of Terror in Disneyland, that was ok. The floor area looked like a rundown shelter. The room was quaint, the bed comfortable. Cold not figure out their stupid TV, could not get past the channel it was on. The shower really sucked, hardly any water pressure and could not get it to a comfortable temperature, it was just hot or cold. Not worth what I paid for one night.
Located in the heart of Petaluma, this hotel is steps from Phoenix Theater and Petaluma Seed Bank. The Petaluma Library …More
We had a good experience at this hotel. The first room we were put in didn't have a working TV. Staff was able to put us in another room that had a TV that worked. Room was clean but the comforter had cigarette burn holes in it (non-smoking room). There were only 2 pillows per bed, no extras. Glad we brought our own to supplement. Great location close to Lagunitas Brewery and the outlet mall. We were at Doran Beach in Bodega Bay earlier that day and the hotel was only 30 minutes away from it.
Traveller from Stockton, CA
Situated in Petaluma, this motel is 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from The 101 Casino and within 3 mi (5 km) of University of Northern …More
I always stay here when I go to Petaluma for business. Cheap, clean and the location is right near the freeway on and off ramp. There is a very nice bar/restaurant 10 yards away. Works perfectly for me.
Situated in the business district, this motel is 0 mi (0.1 km) from The 101 Casino and within 3 mi (5 km) of University of …More
The Petaluma River, vital to the region’s economy in the 1900s, is still active with ships and pleasure craft. The harbor fronts the Victorian downtown district, whose structures survived San Francisco’s 1906 earthquake. These sturdy buildings now house antique stores and specialty shops. Visitors to other sections of town might recognize the high school from American Graffiti, filmed here in 1973.