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Hilton Sonoma Wine Country
One-Stay for Two in a Standard King or Double Queen Room, Sundays through Thursdays, Plus Two Wine Tasting Vouchers Per Guest for Local Wineries, and a $25 Lunch or Dinner Credit to Nectar Restaurant
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Go big or go home, right? Ask the neighbors to pick up your mail and go big with this week's Escape to the 13-acre, resort-style Hilton Sonoma Wine Country in Santa Rosa.
Enjoy a one-night stay for two in a standard king or double queen room, Sundays through Thursdays ($129). High-roll with a $25 lunch or dinner credit to Nectar, the Hilton's on-site restaurant, and two wine tasting vouchers per guest valid at Kendall Jackson and Sonoma-Cutrer Vineyards.
Spread your wings at every turn on the Hilton's massive property. It starts with your oversize room, complete with an HD flat-screen TV, in-room movies, and video games. From there, you'll have a view of the junior Olympic-size heated outdoor pool and whirlpool, or the seven-mile jogging track. Yes, seven miles.
Once your metabolism has kicked in, head to Nectar, and take in gorgeous, unrestricted views of the Santa Rosa Valley as you dine on a panoply of local and international fare, like seared sea scallops, chicken-apple sausage pappardelle, or pan-seared Kobe beef meatloaf.
Of course, you'll want to get out and enjoy the wide-open space of the other Valley, too. Luckily, Sonoma is a quick jaunt from your palatial pad at the Hilton, so within minutes you can use your wine-tasting vouchers to sample world-class labels at various local wineries.
You can also opt to indulge in a massage, enjoy a round of golf among the redwoods, or just relax as you take in the expansive Valley views.
Go big and leave home behind with this week's Escape. You'll be glad you did.
PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON September 29, 2021
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON August 30, 2012