Hotel D Amici - Calistoga38.5792760063873, -122.578578492625
Hotel D Amici is situated in the busy area just outside Sharpsteen Museum. The hotel was built in 1920 and features historical-style facade. You can make use of ironing service and tour assistance on the premises of the hotel.
Napa Valley Museum is a 60-minute drive away and Sterling Vineyards is 25 minutes' walk from the venue. The accommodation is a 10-minute walk from the center of Calistoga.
This tranquil hotel is in the proximity of Calistoga Bikeshop, in the area where wineries, restaurants and bars have elected their residence.
Hotel D Amici offers a quick access to Sonoma County airport, which is about 30 minutes' drive away.
Each beautiful room has flat screen TV with cable channels, an iron and ironing board and a work desk. Each room enjoys a view of the street. A tub and a shower are in the bathroom.
Eat & Drink
A complimentary breakfast is served daily. Guests can eat at Checkers and Calistoga Roastery, situated within a 5-minute walk of the venue.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Public parking is possible on site for free.
- Continental breakfast
- Air conditioning
- Ironing facilities
- Bath/ Shower
- Hair dryer
- City landmarks
Staff friendly and helpful. Nice "basket of goodies" in the morning. Very comfortable and reasonably quiet street front room.
Didn't care for long and steep staircase (but noted on description), no coffee in room until delivered w/morning basket, and the "shared A/C unit".
The quality of the room, and the willingness to help in case of a problem from the person in charge.
We liked the downtown location; cleanliness of the rooms; breakfast baskets. The town of Calistoga was fun, friendly and we enjoyed several excellent meals there. The room had a great shower and wonderful hardwood floors.
There was almost no space for clothes so we had to leave everything in suitcases, hard since we were there for 5 nights. Only other disturbance were the delivery and garbage trucks that came between 5:00-6:00 in the morning.
The ambiance of the room and location to downtown was ideal.
Great location in the very centre of Calistoga. Lovely room, well equipped including a fantastically large romantic bath for two (in the bathroom) and a very comfortable bed plus a sofa in the lounge area. The complimentary bottle of Rutherford Glen Sauvignon Blanc in the fridge, was a real treat.
This isn't really a hotel - it's more a lodging aimed (I think) at couples looking for an incognito romantic retreat. On arrival, I had to telephone an 'answering service' to get the access code to the main door. Couldn't work the TV until I was shown how to use the complicated remote the following morning. Breakfast is delivered in a wooden bucket sometime during the night (left outside the door): both mornings it consisted of a stale croissant, two weary muffins, a bottle of juice, two pieces of fruit and two packets of ground coffee - hardly an inspiring mixture. The wi-fi never worked despite being given two different access codes. However, wi-fi is fast and free at the next door Calistaga Roastery where the bargain price of $2.25 gets you unlimited free refills that you don't have to make yourself - unlike at the D' Amici 'hotel'!
Great location No front desk Connection to Rutherford Grove No advance deposit required Clean good size
Bed was a little too hard Price around $50/nt too high
Loved it, stayed in the suite with a balcony. Will stay again with friends to share the room next door and balcony!! Neighbors were pleasant but would rather it be a close firend (they probably would have preferred that too...) I'm sure we'll stay many more times, location is excellent! Morning coffee was delicious too.
There is no reception at the hotel. You need to know to call ahead so that you can be told how to get access to the hotel.
Location. Room set up was well. Bed was comfortable. Breakfast, bottled water, coffee, and wine were appreciated.
What's not to like?
We were interested in touring wine country...Calistoga was the only area we thought was condusive to a self-directed bike/wine tour. Hotel was low key, comfortable, quiet...we loved everything about it.
It was fine with us, but folks need to know that they need to be able to walk up a steep flight of steps when entering facility.
Good location for Callistoga Ballons and Solage Resaurant. Clean and comfortable room with a good buffet breakfast served in room.
Hotel D'Amici is not permanently staffed and on arrival we did not have the key code for the door - was this sent to Booked.net and not forwarded as it isn't the first time this has happened? A quick phone call and all is resolved, but worth checking before you arrive. Never the less a good place to stay in Calistoga.
This is an apartment building. No staff on site. No service. No way to get in without phoning for help.
The room was really spacious, and very nicely furnished. Loved having the extra space to move around with the couch and the veranda to sit out on in the morning, lovely. The morning delivery of continental breakfast goodies were a nice touch. I would definitely come back and stay here, and recommend this place to my friends. Perfect central location for the town with everything in walking distance.
This is just a personal preference but the bed was pretty hard. And not that the hotel had any control over this but the numb nut next door at Ace hardware (?) decided to use his blower at 7:30 am Saturday morning for 1 hour....not cool.
Self check-in was easy, complimentary bottle of wine appreciated and enjoyed. We also took advantage of the complimentary wine tastings at Rutherford Grove Winery and met the owners. We had a very good time there. Calistoga is a pretty town with lots of restaurants/shops etc and the hotel is on the main street. Breakfast was included and arrived in a basket left outside our door. Fresh fruit, bakery, coffee and juice, all were delicious. Our room was more of a two room suite. Very nicely furnished. Definitely recommend.
The long flight of stairs up to the rooms is hard if you have heavy luggage.
The brochure states that the door code will be provided to a person--by mail--before the stay date. This did not happen and when I called, twice, I was given a bit of a hard time. On the day of my arrival, it felt that I had to convince the person to give me the code over the phone as I was not near e-mail access. Maybe the brochure should be up-dated so my expectations wouldn't be as they were.