Just one hour north of San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge, nestled in the heart of the beautiful Sonoma Wine Country, you will find the Flamingo ... More
Flamingo Resort Hotel
Just one hour north of San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge, nestled in the heart of the beautiful Sonoma Wine Country, you will find the Flamingo Resort Hotel and Spa, the Wine Country's fun, unique resort destination. Their mission is to provide a friendly, relaxing, complete resort experience for business and pleasure at an outstanding value. Among the hotel s special features are its extensive conference facilities, a secluded garden area with a 25-meter heated swimming pool and the world-class Montecito Heights Health and Racquet Club and The Spa.
This place is a poorly maintained dive. I pulled into a parking space at night to discover that the curb had been pushed up, by a tree, almost a foot higher than the rest of the curb that I could see. The curb did significant damage to the front of my car. I showed it to the manager the next morning and he couldn’t have cared less. He told me that it is driver beware in his hotel parking lot. We didn’t have hot water for our morning shower either. We reported that to the manager and he made a joke of it. Stay away from this trashy hotel. It may cost you more than a top rated hotel in the long run, it did me.
Following ratings are misleading. This resort is built in the middle of an upper middle class neighborhood that is very safe. The fitness center is one of the best in the area. If you want to stay at a place that is NOT run of the mill and has some wonderful private garden scapes around a swimming pool, this is a great deal.
First, I have to say, the Flamingo is very charming in appearance. The architecture is circa 1940's and you can just imagine Marilyn Monroe sitting by the pool sipping a martini. Sadly, this is where the charm stops. The room was not very clean and the walls are paper thin, we could hear WAY to much of the upstairs goings on. And did I mention the blow dryer in the bathroom? Well lets just say you could find it in the store if you could travel back to the 40's.
All in all I would not completely bag the place just a few tips if you plan to stay: don't stay on the bottom floor (or near the stair-wells) bring your own blow dryer and a fedora. Cheers.
Why is everyone giving this Flamingo Resort hotel & spa in Santa Rosa such a bad rap? It's a 4 - star hotel right and as far as I know one achieves this decorum of 4 stars by doing something and providing something right. I think the reviews I have read about this hotel are bogus. My wife and I are going to stay in this hotel soon and I am hoping for a good nice stay. I will get back to you all with a one on one review after our stay. Fair? Yes of course.
HORRIBLE experience! Do not stay here!! We stayed at the Flamingo on our wedding night and didn't sleep a wink because of the noise. Horrible management, horrible bar(charges $7 a person and won't give discounts to large parties) Under construction and was not informed. Extremely overpriced. Just an overall terrible experience for a time of our life that should have been peaceful.
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