Settle into 122 Suites with Full Kitchens, a Resort Pool, Outdoor Patios and Bocce Ball,
Complimentary Breakfast, and a modern wine country experience featuring Rosé the Robot
Healdsburg's Newest (& Biggest!)
Whether composed of grape varietals, picturesque landscapes, or artisanal small-town vibes, there's something about a great blend. Healdsburg, the headlining gem of Sonoma County, puts all these elements together just one hour north of the Golden Gate Bridge. This is where the three famed wine producing regions of Alexander, Dry Creek & Russian River valleys meet, a geographical merger that lends itself to the namesake of the city's newest and largest hotel. Introducing Hotel Trio, a stylish 122-all suite hotel located near Healdsburg's charming central plaza. Now open with suites featuring full kitchens and outdoor spaces perfect for sharing a bottle, Hotel Trio is the spot for extended Sonoma wine country discovery.
122 Suite Stays
At Hotel Trio, the feel of settling into the relaxed elegance of Sonoma wine country has been refreshingly modernized. Each spacious King, Two Queen, and One Bedroom Suite features a living area with a comfortable sofa, flat-screen TV, and large desk. Clean accents and modern lines travel freely throughout the suite and bathroom, highlighted by a 48-inch counter and lighted mirrors. Guests can channel their inner countryside chef with a full modern kitchen that plays host to a stainless steel refrigerator, cooktop, microwave, and wood cabinets housing pots, pans, and serving ware. Inspired by an exploration of Healdsburg architecture, designers Design Force Corp worked to incorporate a sleek residential style that leans on the city’s color palate and an understated simplicity in furniture, fabrics and finishes. The large accommodations take a supersized turn with the Four-Queen Bunk Bed Suite – a nice option for classy bachelorette weekends, bridal party preparations and celebrations. All first floor-suites of the four-story property are pet-friendly.
Wide Open Spaces
The property comes ready to host. A sunbathed two-story lobby with floor to ceiling windows lounges under a 6'x'6' custom chandelier and alongside a vast living green wall. Sips and tastings from local wineries complement a menu of tapas plates at the hotel's wine bar that includes Baked Brie, Trio of Hummus, and Black & Blue Kettle Chips. Guests might want to take their glasses to the outdoor patio where barbeque areas and fireside seats beckon. Feel free to recreate leisurely at the bocce ball court or rent a bicycle for Healdsburg exploration before sunbathing at Hotel Trio's heated pool.
Rosé the Robot
Concerning amenities, the property's biggest star is Rosé the Robot. Rosé can be encountered in elevators and seen gliding through hallways on the way to her next delivery. Guests in need of an item can summon Rosé, who appears in good time with the cargo in request. Refreshments, shampoo, fresh towels, snacks, backup wine opener – it's all on the menu. Hotel Trio also invites all guests to rise to a complimentary hot breakfast.
Wine Country Crafted
For groups, couples, or wine aficionados, Hotel Trio serves as a basecamp for Sonoma County destinations, from seaside villages to redwood forests, interconnected by a renowned cycling culture. Routinely recognized as one of the top small towns in America with a legendary dining scene to its name, Healdsburg is the type of vacation destination that makes its visitors contemplate a permanent move. Boutiques, tasting rooms and restaurants surround its plaza – a venue for the annual Passport to Dry Creek Valley and Barrel Tasting festivals. On other days, jazz festivals, art fairs and food experiences pop up regularly. Captained by star chefs and French Laundry alums, establishments such as Charlie Palmer’s Dry Creek Kitchen, Barndiva, and Valettechampion Healdsburg’s famed farm-to-table movement. Those looking to bring farm-fresh produce and products back to their in-suite kitchens can source from the Healdsburg Farmers Market, which springs up each Saturday. Beyond this main street hub and throughout the rolling hills await an endless collective of wineries where the nature of Sonoma County becomes more beautiful by the glass. Surprisingly accessible, Healdsburg is a 15-minute drive from Sonoma County Airport.
110 Dry Creek Road
Healdsburg, CA 95448