Ratings based on 345 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.7 Service & staff
4.5 Room comfort
4.4 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified ReviewsThey paid and stayed. We double-checked.
by A verified traveler from Los Angeles, CA
Romantic hotel right in the middle of everything.Posted Aug 28, 2016
Pros: Breakfast was my favorite part. Lots of fresh options to choose from.
Cons: Bellhop or a tour of the room would have been great, I was pretty claustrophobic until I figured out how to get the windows open, thermo not working.
Location: Right in the middle of things; the ferry, the marina, restaurants and adorable shops all within easy walking distance.
Staff was welcoming and friendly, room was quite stuffy and cavelike due to it's cling-to-the-hill-sort-of-underground location but was decorated nicely and very clean, I never could figure out how to make the air work and ended up forcing open the windows which was much better. Breakfast was outstanding. Romantic but not overly frilly, I think I'll bring the husband along next time. The $20 parking fee was rather offensive.
by A verified traveler from San Jose, Ca
Quaint inn, but noise is serious issue.Posted Aug 22, 2016
Pros: Charming, close to shops and restaurants.
Cons: Parking, NOISE!
Location: Near Marin Headlands.
This is a cute, quaint looking inn. Lobby and room are nice looking. My wife loved the fireplace in the room. Very close to shops and restaurants. Front desk staff is pleasant. But the inn needs some maintenance. Carpets are stained throughout and our shower faucet was not working properly and needed repair. Had to figure out how to get the water to turn off. Not what I expect from a $300 per night "inn". The inn doesn't have enough parking for their guests so we had to park in someone else's garage down the block that the inn directed us to. They also charge $20 per night for parking. This is ridiculous when you are parking on their property. Breakfast is just continental but they have good nightly wine and cheese. But the big problem we had is the noise in the room. During the night it was quite loud from the room above us. It sounded like a herd of elephants every time someone walked in the room above us. Even worse is from about 7am until 8:30am the staff is extremely loud setting up the breakfast. It sounded like they were dropping plates all over and making A LOT of noise constantly during that time. I can't imagine what could make that much noise. It was impossible to sleep during that time. I found this extremely disrespectful of their guests. I'd like to give this place a positive review but with that kind of noise I just can't. Maybe other rooms are better? I won't stay here again.
by A verified traveler from Grass Valley
What a great place!Posted Aug 11, 2016
Pros: Friendly staff, first class breakfast and wine and cheese.
Location: The hotel is located about 100 feet from the shops of Sausalito and the waterfront. Very shot walk to the ferry to SF.
Spent 2 nights there for my wife's birthday. Lady who checked us in was so nice, got in around 9pm, tired from traffic, and since we missed wine and cheese hour, she poured us 2 glasses of wine so we could unwind. Then I discovered I had forgot my phone charger, so she lent us her own charger for the 2 days. She, being born and raised in Sausalito, gave us great tips on what to see and where to eat. And did I mention the great breakfast spread, all first class. The wine and cheese was also first class with many other things to munch on. If you want a great experience in a first class hotel, this is the place.
by A verified traveler
Beautiful little hotel, just off the beaten path.Posted Aug 7, 2016
Comfortable and spacious rooms. The staff was incredibly friendly and helpful.
by A verified traveler from NY
Great boutique inn near the ferryPosted Aug 6, 2016
Pros: Helpful staff, great location, great room.
Cons: The carpet in the room was badly stained in places.
Location: A five minute walk to the ferry to San Francisco, good restaurants (Poggio, for example) quite close, a few steps to Starbucks.
Everything was really good. The only negative is parking, which is quite limited, and costs $20. My parking spot was not on location, but a block away. Other than that, no complaints at all.
by A verified traveler from Manteca, Ca
Great location in SausalitoPosted Aug 3, 2016
Pros: Right in the middle of Sausalito.
Location: The Muir Woods bus was close by and free with a park receipt...and the discounts keep coming if you are a senior over 62.
The room was great, the staff was helpful and the view was nice.
by A verified traveler
Posted Aug 1, 2016
A truly wonderful hotel. Great ambience, great accommodation, great location and great staff. We loved it.
by A verified traveler from chicago
lovely b&bPosted Aug 1, 2016
thoroughly enjoyed our stay for the second time; clean; comfortable; cozy
by A verified traveler from Sydney
Nice small hotel with a lovely view from upstairsPosted Jul 27, 2016
Pros: Nice room, good breakfast
Cons: Carpet in bedroom looked worn
Location: Lovely setting with easy ferry access to San Francisco and M
Enjoyed our stay, particularly the complimentary wine and cheese each afternoon providing an opportunity to meet other guests.
by A verified traveler from Norcal
Very quaint and very nice staff - excellent loPosted Jul 9, 2016
I loved this quaint hotel. If they had hardwood floors, I would have given them a higher rating. Loved the wine, cheese, etc t that they served in the lobby. The location is the best out of all Sausalito hotels because it is in the middle of it all. Only complaint were the stained carpets in our room. I loved the style of carpet but the stains really grossed us out . Everything else was perfect. Hopefully they will change the carpets soon.