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27 North St Healdsburg, CA 95448
27 North StUSCAHealdsburg95448
Hotel Les Mars evokes the charm of a French maison. A member of Relais & Chateaux, the 16-room hotel is ideal for a getaway to wine country!
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Rooms in this French-inspired boutique hotel feature 17th- & 18th-century antiques & fireplaces.- Google
People talk about wine and cheese, four poster beds, chalk hill estate, continental breakfast and chalk hill winery
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Mitchell Liss
reviewed a year ago
I travel quite a bit and stay in hotels ranging from the Embassy Suites to The Ritz Carlton. The Hotel Les Mars is NO Ritz Carlton or Four Seasons. In summary, it is exceptionally overpriced for what it is and the people who work there do not make any attempt to personally cater to you or even get to know your name. My rating is "harsh" and is based on the room rate of about $1000 per night (with Taxes, etc). If this room had been $200-$300, it would have received ratings of Very Good to Excellent On this trip, we visited the Ritz Carlton at Half Moon Bay and the Hotel Les Mars. When we arrived at the Ritz Carlton, the valet promptly met us took our car and luggage. By the time I reached the front door, the doorman already greeted me "Welcome Mr. Liss". Walking toward the front desk, one more person met me by name and when I got to the front desk, they once again greeted me "Checking in Mr. Liss?". The Hotel Les Mars on the other hand was DOUBLE the price of the Ritz. The Hotel Les Mars has 13 rooms (or so). No valet. No doorman. You walk in and there is either no one in the lobby or a single person in the lobby. They ask you your name. They look you up on the computer.... seriously... they have 13 guests...that's it. They print some stuff on the computer (the Ritz had the room key and package ready before I got there). During our 2 day stay there, we interacted with the front desk and other staff a dozen times. Each time, they greeted us with "what room number are you in"? Once again - are you kidding.. there are 13 rooms. We were told how the room was decorated with a "blank check book" by a decorator who went to Europe. I wonder if they put money in that checking account. The fixture at the entry of the room is availble at Home Depot for less than $20. Some of the other fixtures feature very cheezy light bulbs that are supposed to look like candles - but just seem cheap and strange. There is no mini-bar. No-fridge. The TV and TV reception is terrible. They give you Comcast cable but for $1000 per night, 90% of the channels indicate that they are "not part of the subscription"... wow. No on demand movies. The shower is very average - at or below that of comparable Four Seasons or Ritz Carlton. The workout room: Ha Ha. Why even bother. Seriously it is not as nice as a Courtyard by Marriott workout room. Room service: We had it twice for breakfast. Day 1: We filled out their WRITTEN FORM. I guess they can't read since they left 1 of 3 items off our request. I called the desk. They did not even apologize. They said that the chef would deliver the item (oatmeal). Shortly the chef did deliver the item and did not apologize either. When we checked out, I was surprised that they charged me for the item... wow. Day 2: Ordered continental breakfast by phone. It took 30 minutes to deliver "cold items". I did call the desk to check the status after about 20 minutes. Even when I went to check out. They asked me "what room are you in"? Overall, I really don't want to sound like a hotel snob, but at a $1000 per night, I would suggest that prospective guests consider staying at other places.
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A Zagat User
reviewed a year ago
you pay for what you get. worth every penny. service impeccable. the sheets are by themselves, an aphrodisiac. go ahead, treat yourself.
A Zagat User
reviewed 8 years ago
if i could move in i would. everything about our room made me think i was in a beautiful 200 year-old chateau! not only did the staff meet every request with a smile, they anticipated many needs and called to remind us of special events we might like to participate in while staying. our dinner at cyrus was the highlight of our california wine trip. menu was unique, offered abundant options, and the flexible courses meant we could try as many items as possible. wine pairings were superb, and not only well balanced but the food and wine enhanced one another. the only thing that some might
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John Marcom
reviewed 5 years ago
pretentious. but being on a side street off the square just doesn't justify the act here.
A Zagat User
reviewed a year ago
this beautiful hotel is in the historic town of healdsburg. with in walking distance of everything. many wine tasting rooms within walking distance.
A Zagat User
reviewed 6 years ago
cool vibe for wine country chic hotel. fabulous restaurant with great food but a bit on the formal side for sleepy sonoma.


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