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We checked in to a beautiful room. Alisha was very helpful and attentive. Please check this place out when visiting Columbia, CA. This place is like stepping back in time. It has been a great experience.
We were in Sonora for a wedding recently and had a delightful stay at the City Hotel. As many times as we have visited Columbia, we have never stayed there. Mostly camped near by. We were the only guests in the hotel, which was lovely....More
I recently stayed at the City Hotel in Columbia. I had been there before and was really looking forward to my getaway. Unfortunately, it wasn't a positive experience.
We stayed in room #1. My stay began on Tuesday. Both the restaurant and saloon were closed....More
We stayed in their 1 bedroom cottage. Full kitchen, living room, bedroom, attached bath.
Cute little house with yard and front porch a block from the hotel and attractions/restaurants/etc. Very comfortable bed, nostalgic décor. No cable t.v. but there is a flat screen to watch...More
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Response from Columbia_Hotels, Public Relations Manager at City HotelResponded 7 December 2016
Thank you for your review of the cottages! We do offer 1, 2, and 3 bedroom cottages depending on your travel situation. They are all within walking distance of the historic downtown. Although some businesses close one or two days a week in the off-season,...More
If you want to stay in the center of the restored California Gold Rush town of Columbia, now a State Historic Park, the City Hotel is certainly the place to choose. (The Fallon Hotel, owned by the same concession, is similar, but it’s a couple...More
Response from Columbia_Hotels | Property representative |
The City Hotel was built in the early 1870s. It went through a large fire in 1911 so some of the hotel dates to after that when the building was repaired. Our period furnishings reflect 1870-1879 decor.