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.
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
White wicker queen bed in sunny room with wicker accents and garden printed fabrics. Private bath with shower! Free internet access, luxury linens.
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.
4.6 on September 08, 2014
Could only stay one night. Enjoyed a terrific dinner and a fine breakfast.
4.4 on September 05, 2014
My 3 girl friends and I had a wonderful stay. The staff were all very helpful and friendly, the rooms were quite pleasant, with an appropriate antique-style decor. Dinner at the hotel was lovely and the included breakfasts were great. We would definitely return.
4.0 on August 31, 2014
Running an inn in the Gold Country can be a challenge. Just look at all the other establishments that have come and gone over the years. But the owners of the Imperial have learned how to strike the right balance that delivers superior value to their clientele. There may be nicer places to stay with better food (The Hanford House in Sutter Creek has just been remodeled with a new restaurant) but there's a certain charm to staying in an old, historic building that's been allowed to age gracefully. The staff at the Imperial are friendly but not gushing, the breakfasts are tasty without being pretentious, and there's even a couple of friendly inn cats to greet you in the lovely back patio space. All in all there's a reason the Imperial has hung on while others have not. They're definitely worth a try if you're out that way.
3.6 on August 24, 2014
This is a beautiful town brimming with history. The service staff are all local residents who know the area well and are eager to share that knowledge with you. The food is excellent. The setup is a little quirky but that's all part of the charm. I would stay again.
3.8 on August 23, 2014
My daughter and had a lovely 2 night stay at the Imperial Hotel and found it to be a magical, comfortable and historical place to stay. Our room was comfortable and tastefully decorated and the bed linens were soft and inviting. We felt pampered! We will return!
5 on August 17, 2014
Very nice place
4.6 on August 14, 2014
My wife and I generally like to get away for two nights when needing to relax and rejuvenate; one night at the Imperial, however, does the trick. This special place is set in a small, Gold Rush era town that hosts an intimacy and comfort that immediately drops your blood pressure. Skip the cable and enjoy three quiet sitting areas: taking our tea on the new front patio we watched the occasional motorist slow to a crawl as he relished Amador City's charm. After visiting the Feist Winery tasting room on Main Street we sipped a glass of Viognier on the hotel’s balcony. Our gourmet breakfast, included in the room rate, was served in a quiet terraced garden patio. The rooms have comfortable beds, clean bathrooms and unique period furniture. Like the people of Imperial City, the hotel staff is warm, welcoming and generous with their hospitality.
4.8 on August 10, 2014
This place felt like home, From the front Desk (Peter) to the Bartenters to the Morning Cooks, all made you feel like you were important to them and part of the Family. The rooms are old but very clean. While there, I got to enjoy some local talent (music) on the new front patio. Seemed like the whole town turned out for the occasion. Nobody seems to be a stranger. Met alot of great people from the town. The only negative comment I would have, is some maintenance needs to be done on the wiring in the room I stayed in. And the alarm clocks need to be easier to operate. If that were done, as i'm sure it will be, I would give an excellant in all areas of ratings. I do plan to revisit this great friendly place in the future. Thanks to the Staff for the enjoyable experience! B. Hoyt Bakersfield, CA
5 on August 07, 2014
Only a few minutes from Amador's 30+ tasting rooms and wineries your going to love this place. We stayed in room 2 with a balcony, it was hot outside but out our room was cool. Dinner is a must! This chef prepared a gourmet 5 star meal for us. The rack of lamb was tender, succulent, and roasted to perfection with a wine reduction sauce. Prices were more than fair to down right cheap, especially having just toured San Francisco with their over-priced and over-rated everything. You positively won't go wrong here. The staff catered to your every need. Your also a short drive to all the kool little gold towns that are scattered throughout the area. You should know that there is no TV but they do have Wi-Fi which is free so if you have Net Flix you can always catch a movie. But my partner and I just went out on the balcony and enjoyed a glass of wine and the quiet solitude of this outstanding B&B.
4.0 on July 09, 2014
We enjoyed our Sat. night stay on a vacation through the Motherlode. For our 1st night on our July trip, it supplied the historical milieu we were after. Clean, spacious room, comfy bed, modern amenities (but no TV, & we didn't want it) along with friendly service & vintage charm (exposed brick walls, old wood floors) made it a really nice stay. We were in #1 with front balcony overlooking Main St. A summer Dancing in the Street event took place that night, was great fun, and broke up by 9:15 so didn't interfere with sleep. The breakfast included (we ate on the cool, shady patio) was tasty. There are antiques & reminders of the area's history all around but wifi and good parking as well. The old squeaky wood floors in this 130+ yr. old building might bother some people, but we liked them. Would stay there again.
Countryside, Small town, Wine country
Sacramento, CA (SMF-Metropolitan) 55 miles
I5 south toward Sacramento; Hwy50E to Hwy16E; south on Hwy49 3 miles to turn off into 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