This place is not worth 300 dollars a night. Although my husband and I love Mendocino, we were extremely disappointed with the rooms at the Stanford Inn. It looks like an antiquated holiday inn. The white tiled bathrooms and cheap bathtubs are definitely not on par with the marble bathrooms one would expect from any respectable high-end establishment. A person can stay at some very trendy and posh hotels in any major city for this price or a little bit more (i.e. the W; Ritz Carleton; the Clift Hotel---we live in San Francisco) . It is not a terrible place, but it is definitely very very overpriced for what one gets. I would expect that a room here would cost $100-150/night. Although they welcome pets, pets cannot be left unattended in the rooms. Luckily our dog loves the car and could sleep for several hours while we had dinner or shopped in Mendocino Village.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nestled on a hillside, the exquisite Stanford Inn sits atop a meadow overlooking Mendocino Bay. Embodying the best of the rugged Mendocino Coast, the Inn is a haven. The rambling lobby, guest rooms, and suites are paneled in pine and redwood. Every detail is attended to, from wood-burning fireplaces set and ready to light to the sumptuous organic breakfasts. Inspired by the Stanford's Certified Organic gardens, The Ravens' restaurant is outstanding and nationally acclaimed for its vegetarian cuisine. Guests are indulged at the Inn's Massage in the Forest and private yoga sessions. Canoeing and kayaking on Big River, California's new State Park. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Stanford Inn By The Sea Hotel Mendocino