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Kinda felt a bit ripped off leaving here...Paid nearly $170 for a dark hole up the hill on the other side of town with no internet or tv...Stayed at the main building many times and never even knew they had a separate building...Amador City is...More
The room, staff, food and service was great. I loved my room #2 on front balcony.I felt like there could be ghosts in a place like that but alas no sightings ... Breakfast included and was superb. They put coffee upstairs early for the rooms,...More
My husband and I were looking last minute for a place to stay. We picked this hotel which we so enjoyed! We were in room 3 which even though was at the top of the steps was quiet and comfortable. It was a small room...More
We spent three night here. The late afternoon started with locals night. A quirky little band played songs from back in the day.. Talking with the locals was fun. Each had their take on the history of the town. Which is the smallest town in...More
I was delightfully surprised. It's a taste of the gold rush era. The property is kept up and very nice. We stayed in the Honeymoon Suite which has a two person Jacuzzi tub. We loved it! The staff was well chosen, concerned about our stay...More
Thank Mike B
Response from SuttersEnd, Owner at Imperial HotelResponded 1 June 2017
What lovely compliments! Thank you, Mike! We're so glad that you enjoyed your stay and hope you'll make a return visit sometime soon.
Response from BrownsEnglishToffee | Reviewed this property |
Have not stayed in that room, but I hear it is a good room. The staff very friendly and helpful. Amador City is quite nice, historic. If you go wine tasting stop in Fiddletown there's a candy shop, Distant Cellars and Il... More
Have not stayed in that room, but I hear it is a good room. The staff very friendly and helpful. Amador City is quite nice, historic. If you go wine tasting stop in Fiddletown there's a candy shop, Distant Cellars and Il Gioiello wineries. Then take the back road to the other wineries in Shenandoah Valley
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"one of the rooms at the front with your own porch"