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On a recent trip to the wine country of the Sierra foothills we decided to spend a night instead of making it a day trip. The Imperial Hotel is a treat for a one night stay. It's a late 1800s site so you are not...More
We loved this hotel. It is a beautifully restored historic piece of history. A lovely little town nestled in the hills of wine and gold country. the staff is very friendly and they were more than happy to share the hotels rich history. Ask for...More
My husband and I stayed here while visiting wineries in gold country. It actually was a hotel I used to stay at with my parents as a child. It is a cute, historic-feeling hotel with cozy rooms and dining/bar downstairs. The rooms are all unique...More
Had a delightful over night stay on a Sunday night at this 1800's gold rush historic hotel/bed and breakfast on our way from Sacramento airport to Yosemite. Typical Califoria somewhat laid back, but very friendy and accomodating staff welcomed us. We stayed in the #6...More
After a day of wine tasting at the family owned wineries in Northern California’s Shenandoah Valley, step back in time to the Gold Rush era with an overnight stay at the Imperial Hotel in Amador City.
Originally built in 1879, the hotel has six spacious...More
US$99 - US$142 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Have not stayed in that room, but I hear it is a good room. The staff very friendly and helpful. Amador City is quite nice, historic. If you go wine tasting stop in Fiddletown there's a candy shop, Distant Cellars and Il... More
Have not stayed in that room, but I hear it is a good room. The staff very friendly and helpful. Amador City is quite nice, historic. If you go wine tasting stop in Fiddletown there's a candy shop, Distant Cellars and Il Gioiello wineries. Then take the back road to the other wineries in Shenandoah Valley
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"Rooms 1 and 2 have a balcony and overlook main street and the tiny downtown - very picturesque."