Hotel Rooms & Cottage Suites

The Imperial Hotel has nine handsome air-conditioned guest rooms, six located on the second floor of the original 1879 hotel building with high ceilings, original brick walls and large operable windows overlooking the town. Three large suites are located a short walk from the hotel in a separate building in a garden setting on “God’s Hill” with views overlooking the town. Each room has a hair dryer, luxury amenities and fine quality all-cotton linens; plush terrycloth robes are included in the suites. The hotel has no TVs. Free wifi is available in the main hotel building.

  • There are no phones or TVs in the rooms, but there is a hotel library with a broad selection of books and magazines which guests may borrow and return at their convenience (or trade for something of their own!)
  • There are two sets of adjoining rooms: Rooms 3 and 5, and Rooms 2 and 4. In addition to a standard Queen bed, Room 1 has a twin-size daybed and Room 9 has a pull-out couch that can accommodate a child or small adult. Room 7 can accommodate an additional roll-away bed.
  • A full gourmet breakfast with hot entrée is included, served in the dining room of the hotel between 8 and 9:30 am. (We get a lot of compliments on our breakfasts — here’s what our guests say: “fantastic breakfast:, “the best French toast I have ever had”, “delicious”, “an amazing omelet, cooked upon arrival (not heating in a chafing dish), fresh fruit, croissant, with butter and jam and choice of 4 juices and coffee with actual cream not packaged creamer.”
  • Parking is available adjacent to the main hotel building. Wireless internet access is available in the main hotel building.

HISTORIC HOTEL ROOMS

amador wine country hotel & restaurant - guestroom with bed and outside deck

ROOM ONE – $130-160
Queen Bed | Max Occupancy 3
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amador wine country hotel & restaurant - guestroom with bed and outside deck

ROOM TWO – $130-165
Queen Bed | Max Occupancy 2
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amador wine country hotel & restaurant - guestroom with bed and in room sink

ROOM THREE – $110-145
Queen Bed | Max Occupancy 2
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amador wine country hotel & restaurant - guestroom with bed and writing desk

ROOM FOUR – $110-145
Queen Bed | Max Occupancy 2
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amador wine country hotel & restaurant - guestroom with bed and brick walls

ROOM FIVE – $120-155
King or Twins Bed | Max Occupancy 2
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amador wine country hotel & restaurant - guestroom with bed and brick walls

ROOM SIX – $120-155
Cal King Bed | Max Occupancy 2
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COTTAGE SUITES

The Imperial Hotel has three larger suites in a nearby 1930’s garden cottage, the former home of the Keystone Mine superintendent, that sits high upon a hill overlooking the town. The three suites in the garden cottage have private entrances, gas or electric fireplaces and in-room refrigerators. Rooms 7 and 8 also have large jacuzzi tubs. Each room has a hair dryer, luxury amenities plush terrycloth robes, towel warmers and fine quality all-cotton linens. There are no phones or TVs in the rooms. Parking is available in front of the cottage. Wireless internet access is available in the hotel building.

amador wine country hotel & restaurant - guestroom with bed and couch

ROOM SEVEN – $165-195
King Bed | Max Occupancy 3
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amador wine country hotel & restaurant - guestroom with bed and chair

ROOM EIGHT – $155-185
Queen Bed | Max Occupancy 2
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amador wine country hotel & restaurant - guestroom with bed and mirror

ROOM NINE – $125-155
Queen Bed | Max Occupancy 2
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“Throwback to 19th century California with elegance and feel of the past, A great two night stay at the Imperial. This is a very small town, but great food at the hotel and a couple other places within a block or two. Retains its charm from the late 1800s; with downstairs bar, upstairs rooms, and some with balcony overlooking the front street (our room). Clean, comfortable, with seating, internet (there might have been a tv), and coffee in the morning. Quiet even with revelers downstairs, and the charm that comes only from a one-of-a-kind place. If you are coming to this part of California from overseas, do yourself a favor and stay here out of the chain hotels … after the areas great Zins and food, we slept quite well.” – Joel from Chico, tripadvisor.com