Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa
The Luxurious Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa
Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa is one of the few hotels in the United States that feature natural mineral hot springs flowing into their pools and spa. The Bathing Ritual is a must, as are the signature KUR treatments in the Willow Stream Spa. Many guest rooms offer fireplaces, balconies, or patios. Play the private 18-hole championship golf course, available to hotel guests and members only; join a water yoga class or daily guided morning hike; or follow one of the concierge-designed tours of Sonoma. Enjoy daily complimentary winetasting in the cozy lobby before your dinner of signature California cuisine at Santé Restaurant.
Hotel TipFor a romantic getaway, book Mission Spa Suite. It features an open floor plan with a two-person oversize Jacuzzi, wood-burning fireplace, patio or balcony.
Virtuoso Preferred Supplier Since 19 Dec 2000
- Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
- Daily breakfast for up to two guests per bedroom
- $100 USD equivalent Resort or Hotel credit utilized during stay (not combinable, not valid on room rate, no cash value if not redeemed in full)
- Early Check-In / Late Check-Out, subject to availability
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
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Reviewed on: 22 Jun 2015
The room was what we hoped for, clean, quiet and very comfortable. The staff were very helpful with restaurant and winery reservations/tastings.
Travel Advisor: Craig Mungary
Reviewed on: 04 Mar 2016
Service and grounds are extraordinary
Nice hotel - a little pricey
Reviewed on: 25 Apr 2017
It was nice. The room but I wish it was a little bigger. We got the king with fireplace. I think in the future I would just get a regular king. I don't think the fireplace was worth the extra $30/night. This is an older hotel but it's still very nice and the location was great. I was glad that breakfast was part of our package because I found it very expensive. We even went over the $70 allotment one day for what I considered a normal breakfast of eggs, bacon toast and coffee! They charge extra for things like toast or adding cheese to your eggs, which I found to be a little ridiculous. All in all I would still say it was a nice stay.
Travel Advisor: Sigrid Braeckeveldt
Reviewed on: 05 Sep 2017
Travel Advisor: Sharon Organista
Reviewed on: 25 Aug 2017
Wonderful enchanting hotel......cheezy to ask for cork fee for wine that hotel gave us though.....andrea at front desk was outstanding! The escorted hiking tour was great as was the bike tour.... The reebock gym clothes that were comped was a nice touch
Travel Advisor: Karen Upchurch
Reviewed on: 05 Oct 2017
Spa was amazing. Massages, pools, anti gravity chairs, areas in the sun etc. Food was good. Rooms were big. However hopefully we didn't pay for the balcony. No view and one chair fit on the balcony. The fireplace required real wood which they provided. However gas would have been nicer.
Reviewed on: 02 Oct 2017
The Fairmont Sonoma is a very nice hotel. We needed more time at the hotel to explore everything it had to offer. The rooms were spacious and the beds were wonderful! Breakfast at Sante was delightful with a varied menu. The trip included a $70 room credit for breakfast. Unfortunately, we didn't discover until check-out that the credit didn't include our morning mimosa's. We weren't told that the hotel only provides one-way shuttle service to downtown Sonoma. We had to get an Uber to return us to the hotel.
Reviewed on: 07 Oct 2017
Our stay was lovely. The concierge, Debra, was exceptional. She helped us before and during our trip. She was very pleasant and accommodating. We also had a great experience at the spa on the property.
Travel Advisor: Olivia Kirlin
Lovely spot for the weekend
Reviewed on: 26 May 2019
Great service and very comfortable rooms. The only thing I would suggest is to not stay in the harvest building as it is very noisy. It is best to splurge and get one of the suites.
Travel Advisor: Amber Ringler
Reviewed on: 18 Jul 2019
Older hotel. Food choices fair. Bathroom fair. Shower heads impossible both in room and spa. Did not receive an upgrade. Did not have a balcony in Vineyard suite. Second floor room no elevator. Not good for older people. Spa locker room for women was awful. Old and certainly not luxury. Charge for parking, another for resort and another to use spa pool and facilities. Plus high chg for room without a balcony. No we would not go back.