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Old-Fashioned Hospitality
By Nirmala Nataraj (Sep 18, 2009)
In the cozy Mendocino seaside hamlet of Little River, you’re likely to feel that you’re far from the vagaries and cares of city life. Rested, even. This diminutive village is home to a medley of inns and bed n’ breakfasts that take full advantage of the exquisitely windswept landscape and craggy bluffs that plummet into the ocean and find themselves replicated on many a postcard. There may be a dozen Victorian-style B&Bs where you can cozy up fireside while drinking in the view, but the Inn at Schoolhouse Creek definitely takes the cake as one that holds fast to old-fashioned hospitality and homey accents without playing up the chintz. More
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A Prime Location
By Nirmala Nataraj (Aug 21, 2009)
The Radisson Hotel Fisherman’s Wharf has a few points in its favor: it boasts a spectacular waterfront spot, it’s in the heart of one of San Francisco’s most beloved destinations, and it’s the prime location to ensure you’re around when the catch of the day gets dragged in. More
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Great Service and Maximum Convenience
By Nirmala Nataraj (Aug 21, 2009)
With more guest rooms than any other hotel chain in the world, Holiday Inn’s offerings are wide-ranging enough to accommodate everyone from the persnickety business traveler to the big, bustling family on vacay. And its location in Fisherman’s Wharf is no exception. More
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A Taste of Vintage San Francisco
By Nirmala Nataraj (Aug 21, 2009)
If you prefer cozy and intimate to ostentatious and cold, consider a stay at the Fitzgerald Hotel. This Victorian boutique mainstay gives visitors a taste of vintage San Francisco; it was built in 1910 and underwent a massive makeover in 2003, but it still retains the same classic touches that probably made it a tourist go-to back in its heyday (including an old-fashioned elevator). More
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An Intimate English-style Inn
By Nirmala Nataraj (Aug 21, 2009)
Take a foray into European luxury by staying at Nob Hill’s chic White Swan Inn (part of the Joie de Vivre boutique hotel chain), which offers guests a taste of one of San Francisco’s most beloved and beautiful neighborhoods. More
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Perfect for Out-of-Towners
By Nirmala Nataraj (Aug 21, 2009)
This Union Square mainstay cuts an impressive figure; smack-dab in the midst of one of the city’s largest shopping/theatre/entertainment precincts, Kensington Park Hotel (part of the luxury boutique Personality Hotels on Union Square) is perfect for out-of-towners eager to be in the midst of the hustle and bustle of city life. More
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The Lap of Luxury in Carmel Valley
By Nirmala Nataraj (Jul 10, 2009)
Looking for gracious hospitality, a laid-back vibe, and a historic destination that’s well outside the bounds of a dreaded marine layer? For close to five decades, Carmel Valley’s Quail Lodge, a haven well known to seasoned golfers and frazzled urbanites alike, has been hosting everyone from country club-coddled types to young couples intent on a coastal getaway sans all the fog and tourists. More
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A Slice of the Good Life for the Next Generation
By Nirmala Nataraj (May 29, 2009)
The days of weekend getaways to staid, matronly bed n’ breakfasts sporting out-of-date Victoriana and soignée, hoity-toity guests is officially over. Exorbitant trips to chichi hillside hamlets have been replaced by excursions to eco-chic, casual-meets-upscale places like Solage Calistoga, where you’re more likely to sip a martini in your bikini than sup with the Joneses in a cavernous dining room. More
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Browsing Shops, Hiking Bluffs, and Cozying up by the Fire
By Tracie Broom (Mar 28, 2008)
The Bay Area is full of good days. One of the mellowest and most rewarding is to be found 1.5 hours north, in the small towns that ring Tomales Bay, the shallow, cigar-shaped body of water that peacefully straddles the San Andreas Fault just east of Point Reyes National Seashore. More
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The Perfect Out-of-Town Recharge
By Nirmala Nataraj (Jul 19, 2007)
Mendocino County has become one of the most vaunted areas in California for romantic weekend expeditions, and for good reason. Take Heritage House Inn -- a beautiful cliffside hamlet in the diminutive borough of Little River, California, that offers 37 acres of majestic solitude from the riff-raff of city life. More
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