SANTA ROSA, CALIFORNIA PROPERTY EST. 1907 • NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES In 1907, Italian stonemasons, using locally quarried stone, built the four-story Hotel La Rose. Each guestroom is individually decorated in turn-of-the-20th-century style; the corridors are lined with the original wainscoting, and the staircase from the San Francisco Cable Car Barn enhances the lobby. The original building has elevator access to all four stories, which house 29 non-smoking guestrooms. The Carriage House, constructed in 1984, has 19 additional guestrooms built around a rose garden courtyard, each with a private patio or balcony. Hotel La Rose is located in historic Railroad Square, an area that bustled with train activity in the late 19th century but is now a colorful shopping and dining district. A prominent local citizen was nearly tarred and feathered for attempting to shut down the hotel’s bar during Prohibition. ORIGINAL HOTEL CHARMING SERVICE TRADITIONAL DÉCOR COLONIAL REVIVAL AMENITIES 48 guestrooms and suites. Each with complimentary wireless Internet access and newspaper, iron and board, in-room coffee, and complimentary parking. DINING Bistro 1907 is open for breakfast and lunch Friday, Saturday, and Sunday and daily for dinner. Room service is also available. LOCATION In Santa Rosa’s historic Railroad Square, across from the California Welcome Center and Depot Park; central to all Sonoma County wineries, the rugged Sonoma Coast, and Armstrong Woods State Redwood Reserve. Santa Rosa Airport: 7 miles, 10 minutes. 308 Wilson Street Santa Rosa, CA 95401 T 707.579.3200
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