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Hotel Sausalito

The Perfect Place for a Weekend Escape

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This gorgeous little gem in Sausalito is a favorite for tourists and visitors who want to experience Sausalito from a historical and cultural perspective.  The Hotel Sausalito has been around since 1915 and is fully equipped with gorgeous furnishings, handcrafted by local artists.

The French Riviera is inspiration for the beautiful interior design.  They have a fantastic concierge to take care of your needs and desires as well as iPod docks, satellite television and DVD players.  Stylish and accommodating, it’s no wonder why so many are in love with this California hotel.

“A mix of gregarious Scottish warmth, Cote d’Azur cool, and California chic have settled at the tres charming Hotel Sausalito.”

- Preview Travel

They feature 16 beautiful rooms and are conveniently located near numerous fine restaurants, great opportunities to shop and several recreational activities.  Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway with your sweetheart or are planning a family vacation, you will love staying here.  Serving as the setting for several films, including Debbie Reynolds’ Mother (Albert Brooks, 1996), this cozy hotel is the perfect spot to stay while you experience the Bay Area.

For a Sausalito hotel, visit http://www.hotelsausalito.com/ today.

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