100 Boyes Boulevard
Sonoma, CA 95476
Built on a sacred healing ground for Native Americans, the Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa has been attracting visitors since the early 1920s. This idyllic country retreat, built over the Boyes Hot Springs, is nestled on 13 acres in the wine country’s renowned Sonoma Valley.
For more than a century, this romantic wine country resort has attracted travelers with its beautiful Mission-style buildings, attentive service and European-style spa.
Set on 8 beautifully-landscaped acres an hour north of San Francisco, The Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa is designed to reflect the relaxed beauty of California’s Wine Country.
Guests are offered indulgent options to unwind, including access to an 18-hole championship golf course, and a 40,000-square-foot spa built on natural mineral water springs. With its Egyptian, Greek and Roman influences, the 40,000-square-foot spa is the centerpiece of the resort. Insider tip: Arrive extra early for the Bathing Ritual, which includes an exfoliating shower, warm bath, hot bath, herbal steam, sauna, re-hydrating drinks and more.
The region’s famous vineyards lie just outside, although many guests are convinced to remain within this all-encompassing resort. The guest rooms blend country inn style with sophistication. Many rooms offer French doors that open to a private patio or balcony. The suites are especially romantic, with fireplaces and four-poster beds. Guests can relax by the pool or play a round of golf on the historic 1925 course. Inspired by the thermal mineral springs that flow underneath the inn, the spa is a fantastic destination unto itself, wowing city slickers with its comprehensive treatment menu.
This sanctuary of health and well-being anchors a property devoted to pampering both body and spirit, from the moment you tee off at the Sonoma Golf Club to the palate-pleasing hour you spend sipping in front of a fire at the daily afternoon wine tasting in the lobby.