El primero fue construido en 1851 durante los primeros días de la fiebre del oro de California por el inmigrante alemán George Leger, este histórico hotel fue destruido por el fuego y reconstruido tres veces, la última en 1874. Situado en la localidad de Mokelumne Hill, la huelga más rico de la veta de la madre, que sigue funcionando como uno de los hoteles más antiguos de California. "Moke Hill", como llaman los lugareños, es el hogar de muchas "primeras veces", incluida la Iglesia Católica más antigua de California, y el edificio de 3 pisos más antiguo, el Oddfellows Hotel rústico. Una vez que el asiento de condado del condado de Calaveras, el palacio de justicia del condado de originales y la cárcel fueron comprados por George Leger en 1864 y ahora son parte del hotel. Con habitaciones históricas llenas de muebles antiguos, paredes de roca riolita gruesa de 26 pulgadas, el salón original, y un hermoso patio trasero con una piscina y tres naranjos de 150 años de edad, el Hotel Leger es un lugar maravilloso para disfrutar de la historia de la día California Gold Rush.
4,0 en julio 02, 2015
For the past five or six years I have always tried to stop at this old historic hotel in California's "Gold Country". A bit off-the-beaten-track this 1850's hotel retains a lot of class and charm. A great bar and restaurant add to the hotel's character. Live music on weekends and now serving breakfast on weekends this is a fun place to stay. Mokelumne Hill has a long and violent history and at one time city's jail was housed in this building. Although the violence ceased years ago many of the less-savory guests seem to return to the hotel to take up where they left off a hundred years ago. Yes, they say the hotel is extremely haunted, although I have never had a bad experience here. If you're looking a place that is a bit differnet this is a place I could highly recommend. The Rooms are nice and staff is terrific and they even have a pool in the back if you're in for that sort of thing.
4,8 en abril 12, 2015
A great little getaway in a nice little historic hotel in the middle of the Gold Country. Great food in the restaurant, and a fun little bar onsite with wonderful authentic and unpretentious air about it. Can't wait to go back.
3,4 en enero 01, 2015
The bed was hard, but that was really the only complaint. We were told in advance that a band would be playing, so we knew it would be loud. Wish I had the energy to join in, but we were pooped!! Fun place.
5 en diciembre 31, 2014
Dog friendly and we loved seeing the dogs wander in and out of the rooms downstairs. The food was absolutely incredible and a great bargain - you may not think so by the prices on the menu but once you take a bite, you realize their menu items are probably underpriced. Floors in the rooms creak (love it!) and the fireplaces have a log ready to burn. I highly recommend the place and look forward to staying again.
4,2 en noviembre 26, 2014
This is a quaint gold rush era hotel. The rooms are old and the walls are thin but thats why you pick a hotel like this. The staff was friendly and helpful and the breakfast in the morning is enough. The attached saloon/restaurant has excellent food and you can tell that in the tiny town of Mokelumne Hill, its the place where people go to hang out. If you're looking for a quiet getaway to relax in the foothills and don't mind driving to the nearby towns (Sutter Creek, Murphys, etc.) for something to do then we highly recommend this place.
5 en noviembre 26, 2014
This is the 3 td time we ahve stayed here, Doralee took the place over, nice tocuhes to update it, and the food was outstanding, great bar too, the two guys were entertaining, a must stay if you are in Amador or Calaveras County
3,6 en octubre 26, 2014
We are certainly spoiled in the 21st century; what must have been an elegant night away from home 150 years ago is somewhat uncomfortable for those of us who haven't slept in a double bed in decades. On the plus side, our evening meal was excellent, from the interesting menu (try the portobello mushroom/pecan pasta!) to the attentive service. Hotel Leger is an interesting spot for an overnight, but I wouldn't recommend it for much longer.
4,0 en octubre 06, 2014
I stayed here to attend my best friends wedding. Room was small but very clean and cozy. Bed was a bit hard. You could hear through the walls and someone banged on the wall one night. However, I wasn't surprised by any of this as I knew I was staying in an old historic building so I was fine with it all. The Hotel has a great charm, staff is awesome and the bartender even made me a vegetarian sandwich that wasn't on the menu when I told him I don't eat meet. Very homey and comfortable, I would come back!
3,8 en septiembre 03, 2014
We have stayed at many Gold Country hotels that are from the 1800's and Hotel Leger was another jewel in the heart of a small town. The staff and owners were pleasant and fun. The basement, (old courthouse and jail) was spooky and a great place to ghost hunt... The rooms were spacious and airy, the bed was a little hard and hurt my boyfriends back but not mine. We stayed from friday thru sunday... friday night was quiet for the most part, a little raucous noise from the bar below us, saturday night had a band and wow, unless you're down there whooping it up with them it's a bit overwhelming. All in all a nice place with beautiful grounds and good food.
4,0 en agosto 18, 2014
The Leger in "Moke Hill" is an experience, not a sterile, impersonal 4-star place. The building is a century-and-a-quarter old! The floors are warped and creaky, there are no TVs, no 3-pronged outlets, and no refrigerators. But I'd rather stay here thank a 4-star Doubletree, precisely because the place is not climate-controlled, and because you get to meet people in the hallway while you're shaving in your bathroom (BATH room, not shower room) because it's not connected to your sleeping room! There are even chamber pots in each room (I assume they're chamber pots, but we didn't use them.) The town is a gem, and the local-Mokels in the saloon are most gregarious and friendly. I can't wait to come back here again. I wish I were an orangutan, so I could also use my feet to give the Leger FOUR enthusiastic thumbs way-way up!
One of our mid-sized rooms with access to the Main St. balcony where you can relax with morning coffee or watch the afternoon sunset paint the clouds while enjoying a glass of wine. A beutiful antique double bed, dresser, armoire and chair furnish the room. Full en suite bathroom.
Our largest room which is located inside the gated backyard. Enjoy the courtyard setting with our three 150-year old orange trees, direct access to the pool, deck and lawn.. The 3-room suite includes a livingroom, full bath and a small kitchenette for extended stays. The seperate bedroom has a high-rise queen 4 poster bed, armoire and a small table with chairs.
A beautiful spacious room facing Main St, with two full beds with feather and a dresser. Original hardwood floors. Full private en suite bath. Can be combined with connecting room to make a two-room suite with three beds. Balcony access to enjoy watching the downtown atmosphere.
Our largest upstairs, this victorian style corner room has an antique queen size bed, private bath with shower and tub. The balcony is accressable and provides a view of historic Main St. and the afternoon sunset. Also includes a large sitting area and marbled fireplace. "Staff's #1 Favorite".
A beautiful large room with full size antique bed. Features a sitting area, including an antique sofa, table and chairs beside a wonderfully romantic fireplace. This room is the perfect spot for some nice conversation, a great book, or to just relax together in front of a fire. Shared bathroom across the hallway with room 5 has a shower, no tub.
Charming cozy room with ample space located in the rear of the building overlooking the courtyard. Antique full size bed, dresser and rocking chair, it is the only room with a clawfoot tub (no shower), located in the spacious private bathroom right next door to room. (hallway access). "Another staff favorite!"
One of our quietest rooms, located in the rear of the building facing the courtyard, it is furthest from the bar. A peaceful getaway, it features an antique double bed with luxurious dressings and a large private in suite bathroom, with tub, shower just the right size for deep relaxation.
Montañas, Ciudad pequeña, Pueblo, Región vinícola
Sacramento, CA (SMF-Metropolitan) 66 miles
Situado cerca de la intersección de la carretera histórica 49 y CA-26, entre Jackson y San Andreas. Aproximadamente una hora en coche de Sacramento, Stockton y Modesto, y más de 2 horas desde el área de la bahía. Haga clic aquí para ver el mapa - goo.gl/maps/j8rKV
Parque de Atracciones, Compra de Antigüedades, Galerías de Arte , Casino, Sala de conciertos, Cenas Elegantes/Gourmet, De Interés Histórico, Lago, Música en vivo, Cine, Museo, Parques Nacionales, Área natural, Lagos (Canotaje, Pesca, Esquí, Natación), Área de picnic, Servicios Religiosos, Río, Rodeo, Ruinas, Area de esquí , Viñedo, Bodega
Despertador, Barbacoas , Juegos de mesa, Salas de Conferencia, Fotocopiadora, Reproductor de DVD, Biblioteca, Piano, Entrada privada<br /> , TV por Satélite/Cable, TV, Teléfono, VCR, Vídeos, Lavadora/secadora, Instalaciones para Bodas , Servicio de conserjería
Aire acondicionado, Productos de Cortesía, Ventiladores de techo, Chimenea, Servicio de Internet, Servicio de Descubierta, Wi-Fi
Observación de aves, Pasear en barca, Pasear en canoa, Pistas para esquí de fondo, Esquí Alpino, Pescar, Jugar al golf, Pistas para senderismo, Montar a caballo, Cazar, Pasear en kayak, Fines de semana de música en directo en el salón histórico, Comprar, Visitar lugares de interés, Pistas para andar con raquetas de nieve, Nadar, Piscina, Pistas de tenis, Alquiler de raquetas de tenis, Deportes acuáticos, Rafting en los rápidos