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Had driven past the hotel many times on our way somewhere else and always said we need to stay there someday. For my birthday I was told to pack a bag for a surprise overnight stay at an unknown destination. I was so happy when...More
The food here is always good . This hotel dates back to the Gold Rush days of Amador County and has a fun vibe. Try their butternut squash soup - absolutely delicious ! Tables in the dining room are set with linen cloths and the...More
Then you'll get a kick out of this historic hotel in a tiny but charming town. It's very old west and we had a great time with other couples in the hotel, entertaining ourselves in the darkened dining room the night the restaurant was closed....More
A great two night stay at the Imperial. This is a very small town, but great food at the hotel and a couple other places within a block or two. Retains its charm from the late 1800s; with downstairs bar, upstairs rooms, and some with...More
This gold country hotel is great. It is on the historic registry,amazing restaurant, even its own ghost.
Definitely will be back. Amador city is very very small but quant. The town was decorated with corn stalks and
pumpkins giving it a festive fall welcome.
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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"