What We Love
- A deluxe continental breakfast featuring homemade breads and jams is included in the Jetsetter rate
- Its unique design featuring local artwork and furniture found within 500 miles of the hotel
- The rigorous eco ethos (it’s LEED certified Gold)
- The cool loft-like lobby, with its comfy sitting area, unisex bathroom and bar that serves artisanal cocktails
- The hotel’s excellent Healdsburg location
- Free WiFi
- Free cruiser bikes designed by Design Within Reach founder Rob Forbes
What To Know
- All beds are king-size but can be split into two Twins for a fee
- Six rooms on the second floor come with giant outdoor patios
- Yoga classes are available
- No room service, spa or fitness center in-house
- Eco friendly
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
With a stay at h2hotel, you’ll be centrally located in Healdsburg, steps from Healdsburg Plaza and minutes from Healdsburg Center for the Arts. This hotel is within close proximity of Raven Performing Arts Theater and Healdsburg Museum.
Make yourself at home in one of the 36 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and iPod docking stations. Rooms have private balconies or patios. Flat-screen televisions with cable programming provide entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Private bathrooms with bathtubs or showers feature designer toiletries and hair dryers.
Be sure to enjoy recreational amenities including an outdoor pool and bicycles to rent. This hotel also features complimentary wireless Internet access, babysitting/childcare (surcharge), and gift shops/newsstands.
You can enjoy a meal at a restaurant serving the guests of h2hotel, or find a snack in a coffee shop/café. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Featured amenities include a business center, express check-out, and a 24-hour front desk. Event facilities at this hotel consist of conference space and a meeting room.
How to Get There
I was wondering why we got such a good nightly rate until we went to check in. The entire facility is under construction, with dust and unfinished walls and floors all over the place. Wish that they had made that disclosure!
Great hotel for wine tasting trip. Excellent service. Great staff. Excellent breakfast. Free parking and access to gym at nearby Hotel Healdsburg. Convenient to all the shops and restaurants. Complimentary valet parking.
h2hotel is perfectly located less than a block from the town square. The vibe is "urban, cool" with a warm staff and good service.
Valet parking is complimentary, a nice change from the $20-$40/night valet parking fees at other hotels.
There are so many amenities at this hotel - and so many things to like.
First of all, this is a green hotel. Everything from the hangers to the solar panels takes the environment into consideration.
There are water bars on every floor which offer both still and sparkling water free of charge. There are computer stations on every floor, so there is no need to run down to the lobby to print your boarding pass or check the internet.
The rooms have espresso machines in them. Snacks are complimentary and restocked daily (who does that?)
There is turn down service with yummy Farm chocolates delivered to your room.
Our Eco King room was spotlessly clean and well appointed. The mattress was perfectly firm. The bathroom was fine.
Breakfast comes with the room and is offered in the Spoon Bar. The waitstaff was excellent. There are cold items on the bar (fruit, pastries, homemade granola) and hot items are ordered at the table.
Did I mention that there is yoga on Sundays?
Would I stay at this hotel again? You bet I would - and I will.
Staff: Wonderful, helpful and professional
Amenities: Thoughtful and generous
We come to this area a lot, but this was our first time trying this hotel. It’s conveniently located for those who plan to enjoy the square. There are so many places to eat, shop, drink, etc., and this hotel is walking distance from all of it. Of course, parking in the square is a bit of a nightmare. This hotel will valet your car, and you must valet it if you want to use their car charging for electric vehicles. The entrance of this place is interesting. There is a giant gap around the door frame on both sides, which is curious—it appears intentional, but it makes the whole front interior quite cold, so I’m not sure what the point of that might be. The restaurant, Spoonbar, and its full bar are to the left of the hotel reception, and it’s wonderful—seriously you can’t have a bad meal there. To the right is a small lounge area which was comfortable for cocktails—we chose not to sit in the actual bar because the noise level is quite high. But it was COLD! No mystery here, seal your freaking front door already. The rooms themselves are quite modern—the bed is very low to the ground, rather than a bed frame, a piece of fabric is nailed to the wall, you must leave your key in the slot in the wall to operate the electricity, and there is a bottle of water in the fridge that guests can replenish at the water bars in the hotel with sparkling or flat water. There was also a balcony, which was too rainy to use on this trip, but which would be perfect on a spring or summer day with a bottle of wine.
The bathroom was my least favorite part of this hotel. Rather than using regular doors, they’ve chosen sliding barn doors—one to get into the bathroom itself, and another to get into the toilet area. Again, a very curious choice because as anyone who has used these can tell you, they are LOUD, and they don’t properly seal anything. So there is no option to discreetly and quietly use the bathroom. The sliding doors also prohibit the use of any hooks on the door—they’ve ultimately just eliminated valuable real estate in an already tiny bathroom. I desperately tried to make it work with my bag, but there wasn’t sufficient room for anything anywhere. The only storage in the bathroom is a tiny wall structure that has one drawer the hotel uses for its hair dryer, a few nooks where they store towels, and a very small surface area on the top, where they stack their own toiletries on top of a tissue box, not the classiest. No hooks nearby to hang a toiletry bag, and about 4 more feet of totally unused wall/tile space where they could have easily added another shelf. See photos below. The shower is a walk-in with a half door so water gets all over the floors, and two of the only 4 hooks in this bathroom are IN the wet part of the shower. Why?! The other two hooks are in the toilet area of the bathroom. Incredulous, strange choices—it’s like whoever designed it never traveled with another person or with a female who has a makeup bag AND a toiletry bag. The bathroom did have a nice deep sink and a fogless mirror, the latter of which was a really nice detail.
Most of the staff were pleasant and friendly. The valet the morning we left was great—both other times we needed the car, they seemed very put out and inconvenienced by having to do it. We enjoyed our stay well enough, but we would not stay there again; the other hotels in the square are much nicer, and when I travel I care more about my comfort and convenience than I do about the sparkling or flat water.
Great Boutique hotel in the heart of Healdsburg, Sonoma. Wander the old mission square and enjoy wine shops, restaurants, antique shops, local designer clothing, all within a short drive of some of the best wineries in California!
A L.E.E.D Hotel, reclaimed wood, artistic metal balconies & sculptures adorned this space, add a panache of luxe interior design and you have a winning combination. Guest rooms are done in a minimalist style with reclaimed wood beam, stark white walls, eclectic wardrobe and bamboo floors. The bathroom is generous with a open shower, powder area and sliding door for privacy in the biffy!