Welcome to Amador City … Imperial Hotel, Saloon & Restaurant
We are open for in-house dining, take-out meals, and overnight lodging.
Please call us for reservations: 1-209-267-9172.
Step back in time to 1879 when the Gold Rush was in full swing, Amador City was a bustling mining town, and the Imperial Hotel opened its doors to prosperous Victorian hotel guests. Today the miners are gone, but Amador City retains its historic character, and the beautifully restored Imperial Hotel, Saloon & Restaurant still offers a warm and gracious welcome to visitors to the Gold Country.
SAVOR THE EXPERIENCE
Described as “both elegant and whimsical”, with a “rich, seductive opulence”, the Imperial Hotel & Restaurant in Amador City is a place where time does not stand still, but it does slow down. Local residents and visitors mingle over cocktails in the Oasis Bar. Hotel guests sip a glass of wine or cup of tea on the balcony overlooking the town or on one of two native stone patios. A book or magazine selected from the hotel library leads to an afternoon of lazy inactivity. Here for the weekend? Plan to join us for brunch – relaxing, delicious, historic and memorable!
Brunch – Saturday and Sunday 11am – 2pm
TIME WELL SPENT
Spend an afternoon visiting the many award-winning, family-owned small wineries in nearby Shenandoah Valley and Fair Play. Browse the antique and specialty shops in Amador City and Sutter Creek. Return to our regionally acclaimed restaurant for a relaxing meal featuring locally grown produce, fresh meats and sustainable harvested seafood. Then simply retire to one of our nine handsome air-conditioned rooms with private baths and look forward to a full gourmet breakfast in the morning.
Dinner – Tuesday through Sunday, starting at 5 pm
Elegant Dining Room
Breakfast for Hotel Guests
Weddings & Events
IN THE PRESS!
“There is a rich, almost seductive opulence to this brick 1879 hostelry that comes at you in whispers and peeks.” –Sunset Magazine.
Featured in Wine Spectator Magazine as a recommended place to stay and dine in the Sierra Foothills and Gold Country wine regions.