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Going the full eco-monty in green obsessed NorCal is common enough, but the LEED Gold certified H2H (sibling to Charlie Palmer's Healdsburg Hotel) delivers the goods -- from its smoking "living" ro... read more
Designed by a former Seattle city planner, Bardessono was built with the environment in mind, quite literally from the ground up. The underground geothermal reserve takes advantage of a shallow wat... read more
As far as the Napa Valley goes, Solage resort, scattered across 22-acres of valley floor, feels pretty remote. Located in the northern pinch of the valley, near the former outpost town of Calistoga... read more
For those who want absolutely nothing to do with wine country kitsch whatsoever, not one tiny bit, the Healdsburg Modern Cottages are here for you. Each of the four cottages are named for mid-20th ... read more
Offering the chic modern sheen of urban boutiques, but nested centrally in the Spanish square-style Healdsburg Plaza, walking distance to the town's charming restaurants and shops. Clean and simple... read more
Built in 1999, but designed to look 100-years-older (when the Ledson family first established itself in Sonoma), the six uniquely decorated guest rooms (antique furniture, glass chandeliers, and ma... read more
Mad dogs, Englishmen, Ashley Judd and notable variety of upper-crusts make 1903 Drisco their home-away-from-mansion. Right in heart of Pacific Heights (aka Millionaire’s Row), atop breezy hill with... read more
Victorian to the hilt. Beautifully preserved 1872 Italianate mansion, once a farm breeding champion racehorses and now the oldest existing hotel in town. Candlelit drawing rooms with fresh flowers,... read more
Former 1907 private residence converted to quaint and cheery inn with wicker love seats, Chippendale chairs, claw-foot tubs and perennial crystal decanter of sherry at tea time. Lobby cleaved by au... read more
Voted Best Place to Drop Acid by me. Owner Sami Sunchild keeps the flower in power at this living museum honoring the Haight at its ‘60s height. Each weird and wonderful guestroom has its own flash... read more
Bordering Golden Gate Park, built by slick saloon owner in 1905 in spurt of Queen-Anne-meets-Beaux-Arts Classicism. Airy rooms in pink and sage that cosset cultivated clientele. Cupola rooms with f... read more
As the gaudy sign outside describes, this is a combination of Persi...
Surreal cocktailing in SoMa. Heady mix of gothic and steampunk deco...
With just 18 seats (plus 12 bar seats), exposed brick, unglaze...
Hakkasan takes its Cantonese cuisine west with signature swanky sty...
The storied New Orleans venue named after the legendary band has ma...