In Gold Country, An Oldie but Goodie
The American Exchange Hotel • Sutter Creek, CA
- A Two-Night Stay for Two in a Third-Floor Room with Shared Bath ($150)
- Or, a Two-Night Stay for Two in a Second-Floor Room with Private Bath ($175)
- $60 Credit for Bellotti's Restaurant
- Welcome Bottle of Wine
- Combine Unlimited Vouchers for an Extended Stay
For a place that's commonly marked by a slower pace than its neighboring Northern California cities of San Francisco and Sacramento, Gold Country has found itself in the midst of the action. Earlier this year, the historic enclave of quiet towns was named one of Lonely Planet's Top 10 US Travel Destinations for 2012.
But don't expect this distinction to suddenly line the area's sun-streaked streets or candy-striped buildings with an inclusive velvet rope. When you Escape for two nights to The American Exchange Hotel in Sutter Creek, you'll find a down-home atmosphere that's far from being too done up.
Stay for two nights in a a third-floor room with a shared bathroom ($150) or a second-floor room with a private bathroom ($175). Although you'll have to share the attention with a hotel that's rooted in the allure of the Gold Rush, a complimentary bottle of wine, a flat-screen TV, and wireless Internet access are all yours.
At dinnertime, pull up a chair at the hotel's Bellotti's Restaurant with your $60 credit. Start with spicy mussels in a tomato garlic broth and then cut into pan-seared chicken Marsala served with sautéed mushrooms and smoked bacon or the spinach rigatoni stuffed with artichoke and feta cheese.
In the morning, step out the door and stroll along Main Street, where the 19th-century buildings and cozy storefronts will keep you satisfied until you try breakfast at Thomi's Cafe. Later, do a few stretches before beginning the labyrinth tour through century-old rock formations at Black Chasm Cavern, and then reward yourself with a wine tasting at Sierra Ridge Winery.
Gold Country's stature is on the rise, and this Escape puts you in the inner circle.
"Mosey along sidewalks shaded by filigreed balconies or bicycle through blissfully empty Amador County countryside. Belly up to the bar in an 1880s saloon or sip Sierra Foothills vintages at the source."-- The New York Times
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the fine print
- Entire value must be used in a single visit
- Credit card information required for holding reservation
- Vouchers maybe combined to extend stay
- Reservations required and subject to availability
- Cancellation/re-scheduling policy of 7 days applies; voucher subject to forfeiture
- Not valid on existing reservations
- Based on double occupancy; third guests in select rooms for $15/night
- Children welcome
- No pets allowed
- Blackout dates: 12/24-12/25, 12/31-1/1/13.
- 10% taxes/resort fees not included; payable directly to the property
- Tax and gratuity not included in restaurant voucher; Bellotti's Restaurant is closed on Mondays
- Other conditions apply • PAID AND PROMOTIONAL VALUES EXPIRES ON March 31, 2013 • PAID VALUE DOES NOT EXPIRE • PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON March 31, 2018 • PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON March 31, 2013 • Enjoy By March 31, 2013
Other conditions apply
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