Where to Stay in Healdsburg
Coming to Healdsburg for the Jazz Festival, or some other time? You’ll find a welcome, attractive town of about 12,000 that’s bursting with great restaurants, unusual places to shop and plenty of local wineries. Here’s a short list of places to stay:
Visiting a place as colorful and interesting as Healdsburg invites accommodations just as colorful and interesting. Fortunately there’s no shortage of such places, from homey B&Bs to world-class hotels. Here are some of our favorites:
Hotel Healdsburg – With three stories of beautifully appointed guest rooms, a landscape of country gardens, pool, and the luxurious spa, plus Sonoma County’s bounty of extraordinary wines and fresh seasonal ingredients at acclaimed chef Charlie Palmer’s Dry Creek Kitchen, the Hotel Healdsburg is the first choice for in-town accommodation. Visit this page to make your reservations.
The latest addition to historic Healdsburg is the h2hotel. The heart of Northern Sonoma Wine Country unfolds just outside its doors. Inside you can stay in one of our 36 eco-chic rooms—all with private balconies or patios; a simple, organic aesthetic; and creative amenities—that’s waiting just for you. The downstairs spoonbar! offers dining, creative cocktails and a social atmosphere that makes very moment a vacation. 2017 Festival special: Let us know you’ll be booking your room to attend the Healdsburg Jazz Festival, and you can get 15% off purblished price, subject to availability. Call (707) 431-2800 to reserve.
The Geyserville Inn is just a few short miles north of Healdsburg, tucked amidst the picturesque vineyards and mountains of Sonoma County’s Alexander Valley. It’s the quintessential Northern California Wine Country getaway, and the only area hotel located in a vineyard! 2017 Festival special: Mention that you’re attending the Healdsburg Jazz Festival, and you can get a weekend rate as low as $149, or $109 during weekdays. Phone (707) 857-4343 or (877) 857-4343 for reservations.
Special hotel offer: If you plan to stay overnight in Healdsburg on Saturday, June 3, but can’t find a room for just one night (minimum high-season stay is usually two), we may be able to help you out. We have lodging at the Dry Creek Inn for that night only, at the normal price, send us an email. Let us know if you’re interested, other rooms may become available on a similar, last-minute basis.
Finally there’s the Healdsburg Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau. As their web site says, they invite you to “explore beyond the town square and you’ll find incredible hiking, biking, canoeing, camping, redwoods, rowboats and hot air balloons for aerial views of it all.” Plus, they have listings for hotels, inns, vacation rentals and camping/RV parks. For more information, call 707 433-6935 or visit www.healdsburg.com.