Hotels in Town
IF YOU CAN AFFORD IT, STAY IN TOWN!
Hotel inventory is limited...so prices are set by supply and demand.
This means that in high season (late spring to early fall), prices can get steep.
Many hotels may even require a two-night minimum (yikes!).
It is exponetially worth it to stay in town, if you can muscle the cost.
We stayed here for our wedding weekend, since we were hosting our wedding at our home.
It's our favorite hotel in town...with the best spa and pool!
25 Matheson St,, Healdsburg, CA
Hotel Healdsburg's sister property on the south end of town. Love it!
219 Healdsburg Ave, Healdsburg, CA
Harmon Guest House
The newest addition to town, also a sister to Hotel Healdsburg.
An architectural masterpiece!
Their rooftop bar & lounge is a *must*... especially at sunset.
227 Healdsburg Ave, Healdsburg, CA
This swanky yet comfortable hotel of all luxury suites is located in the center of it all.
Single, private suites and a gorgeous pool area to lounge in...
421 Foss Street, Healdsburg, CA
Hotel Les Mars
HLM is a Relais & Chateau property. It's a more formal, sophisticated setting.
The location is amazing.
Healdsburg Inn on the Plaza
Super quaint hotel in the center of the plaza.
112 Matheson St, Healdsburg, CA
SingleThread Farm Restaurant & Inn
Feeling fancy? For $800-$1350/night (depending on season & room),
you can stay at the world renowned SingleThread Inn.
Located above their prestigious restaurant,
and below their glamorous rooftop deck, there are just five guest rooms available for rent.
You must have a dinner reservation to stay. And I hear the breakfast rivals dinner.
Now a Relais & Chateau property, known for their top quality amenities and fine dining.
JUST A MILE OUTSIDE OF TOWN (walk/bike/hotel shuttle):
Hotel Trio Healdsburg
You could walk to the plaza...but they provide a free shuttle!
This place is great. It's a Starwood/Marriott property, so if you've got points: YAY.
Their breakfast and happy hour are great. They've got a pool and are super family-friendly.
And they've got a robot-maid named, Rosie ('natch)!
Wake up and stumble across the street to one of the best coffee houses in town.
110 Dry Creek Rd, Healdsburg, CA
Best Western Dry Creek Inn
This is a far, but doable, walk from the plaza...
And don't let "Best Western" in the name fool you. It's really nice.
198 Dry Creek Rd, Healdsburg, CA
The Madrona (Opening April 2022)
This Victorian mansion on Westside Rd has been completely revamped and brought back to her glory--with an edgy twist.
Super romantic. A perfect escape. You'll hardly want to leave.
But you'll have to...Because there's so much you need to explore.
They have an incredible restaurant, beautiful bar, a wrap-around porch overlooking the valley and a pool for lounging.
Their thoughtfully unique approach to guest service will make your stay incredibly memorable. This place is an absolute MUST.
1001 Westside Rd, Healdsburg, CA
You want a next level scene?
Super high end service. People watching galore. A spa like no other in Nor Cal.
Think: Private decks with fireplaces overlooking the valley.
A lively bar with beautiful cocktails and nibbles. A pool scene. A fancy restaurant.
100 Montage Way., Healdsburg, CA