Beautifully restored historic hotel in the heart of California's Gold Country with a regionally acclaimed restaurant and full bar. Amador City retains the authentic feel of the late 19th century, but is just minutes from more than 30 wineries, golf, fishing, antique stores and much more.
4.8 on June 15, 2016
We stayed (again) at the Imperial Hotel in Amador City during a Foothills wine tasting trip. It is a great base to explore the region and boasts an excellent restaurant as well. Mary Ann will make sure you are well cared for.
5 on June 14, 2016
We've stopped in Amador city to check out this cute little town, and fell in love with it!!! And we found some really cool stores their as well. So we decided to go back, and we stayed at the Imperial Hotel. It was great! Knowing I was going to be arriving late. I sent the hotel a email, asking how late their kitchen stays open? Maryanne texted me, asking my estimated arrival time might be? And I just had her pick us something to eat for when we got in. It was perfect! Loved the girls she had working that evening. They shared many stories of the hotels history with us and the other guests. It was a wonderfully ending of a long drive! Thanks Maryanne and Ladies
5 on June 13, 2016
Outstanding property in a great little gold rush foothill town.
3.2 on June 06, 2016
If you want first class accomidations, forget it. The town is funky, the rooms are funky, the service is funky, the bar is funky it's a great place! As long as you know what you're getting, you'll love it.
5 on May 22, 2016
Great host, bar and room. Breakfast was simple, but delicious
5 on May 16, 2016
I've stayed at Imperial Hotel twice now. This time my husband and I booked one of the rooms with direct access to the balcony. It was the perfect get away from our busy lives. Quite and private, we enjoyed napping in the afternoons, reading in the mornings, dining on DELICIOUS treats from the restaurant. We'll be staying there, again!, in the future!
3.4 on April 22, 2016
Both the tiny town and this historic hotel recall late 1800's California gold rush days. Both are charming and welcoming. The hotel floors are original and they squeak. But the hospitality is genuine and the rooms delightful. The attractive dining room provides a pleasant space for breakfast and dinner. And yes, the food is good.
4.0 on April 20, 2016
Wonderful experience staying at the Imperial Hotel - great dining experience and wonderful service. Peter the bar tender is always a good host and has lots of unique perspectives and shares the local history too. The surroundings are quaint and the neighborhood is something to come home too. We will be back!
5 on April 06, 2016
This hotel is very charming, but doesn't feel outdated at all. The rooms were clean, and the breakfast was delicious. We would definitely come back!
4.4 on March 25, 2016
We have stayed at this historic hotel before and really enjoy going there. The ambiance of older historic buildings is wonderful. We stayed in room 1 which is the only one with a separate day bed for sleeping as well as direct access to the 2nd floor balcony. The young man at the bar and restaurant is very courteous and personable and truly cares about the customers. We didn't find the iwner to be very friendly or accomodating though. The rest of the staff were wonderful. Would stay there again.
Queen canopy bed, sitting area and gingerbread in a sunny room with wood floor and french doors opening onto balcony overlooking Main Street. Shower in bathroom. Internet access, luxury linens, fine antique furnishings. Twin daybed can accommodate small adult or child. Rate is quoted for double occupancy, third guest is $25.00 per night to be paid at property!
Nightly Rate: $125 - $155
Nightly Rate: $125 - $155
Queen antique pine bed with morning sun on the front balcony accessed through large french doors. Private bath with tub/shower. Free internet access, luxury linens, fine antique furnishings.
Nightly Rate: $120 - $150
Nightly Rate: $120 - $150
White wicker queen bed in sunny room with wicker accents and garden printed fabrics. Private bath with shower! Free internet access, luxury linens.
$105 - $135
White wood queen bed, period furniture. The peach-colored walls are highlighted by morning sun. Private bath with shower.
King or twin beds in a room with hand-painted furnishings by local artist John Johannsen, whimsical and sunny. Private bath with tub/shower.
California King bed and art deco appointments in a light, airy room with sitting area and morning sun. Private bath with shower.
Countryside, Small town, Wine country
Sacramento, CA (SMF-Metropolitan) 55 miles
From Sacramento: Hwy16E to Hwy49S through Drytown, then 2 miles to left turn-off into Amador City. From Stockton: Hwy88E to Hwy 49N, then right into Sutter Creek, continuing 2 more miles to Amador City.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Golf, Fishing, Gold Mining, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Ruins, Ski area, Vineyard, Winery
Board games, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Library, Telephone, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities , Luxury Linens, Heated Towel Bars
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, CD player, Ceiling fans, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Private entrance, Radio, Wi-Fi
Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Snow shoe trails, Swimming
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Diet