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Wellness Factors

  • Fitness Center

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  • Non-Smoking Hotel

    Non-Smoking Hotel

  • Massage Services

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Green Features

  • Eco-Friendly Cleaning Products

  • Water Efficient Fixtures

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Community Impact

  • Local Artisan Products

  • Local Artist Program

    Artist in residence�

  • Locally Sourced Furnishings

  • New Jobs Created

A historic Sonoma property is reimagined with scores of farmhouse charm & natural luxury.

The Setting

What began well over a century ago as a family estate, vineyard and working ranch with prized trotters, is now MacArthur Place, Sonoma’s foremost luxury resort and spa. More than six acres of lush manicured grounds, historic buildings, winding flagstone paths, firepits, archways and secret nooks make up this magical retreat nestled near historic Sonoma Plaza’s shopping and socializing. Another notch on the belt is sustainability that is compliant with California’s stringent Green Building Standards Codes, featuring sustainably sourced new and recycled materials, energy efficient mechanical and electrical systems, and bioswales that collect and store rainwater runoff for biofiltration, to name a few. And, it wouldn’t be Sonoma without world-class dining and an artist-in-residence program tossed in for good measure.

Sleep and Sanctuary

The 64 rooms at MacArthur Place are broken down into three categories; standard, deluxe and premium. Mind you, they all feel like grand suites in the luxury and Kind amenity department. Most feature balconies, fireplaces, curated provisions bars (kombucha anyone?) and outdoor showers. Each guest room has been outfitted with Evolve Controls to reduce energy consumption with wireless, cloud-based room control and management. Bathrooms feature one-of-a-kind millwork vanities in neutral tones and organic Grown Alchemist bath products, developed specifically for the property. Lastly, all rooms have some creative visual element — more than 100 photographs, paintings, sculptures, mixed-media works, and tapestries grace the spaces in surprising and delightful ways, giving one the feeling of being in an art gallery.

Eat. Pray. Eat.

With acclaimed executive chef Cole Dickinson at the helm, MacArthur Place introduces a fully reimagined food and beverage program: Layla, a vibrant contemporary and elevated Mediterranean restaurant is the crown jewel of the hotel; The Bar at MacArthur, a warm and inviting bar-lounge that serves a curated selection of cocktails, beers and an easy all-day menu; and The Porch, a communal coffee shop, stock house, and marketplace.

  • Layla- This sophisticated “Mediterranean kitchen” is an experience to behold with a diverse, ingredient-driven menu featuring healthy, organic options as well as more indulgent fare for breakfast, lunch & dinner. Dig into garden fresh items like a vegetable bolognese (VG) with fresh pasta and almond “ricotta.”
  • The Bar at MacArthur Place - This classic American Tavern is the perfect place to tuck in for a late afternoon hand crafted cocktail, premium craft beer or high quality bites like a burrata salad or a babaganoush. Open ‘til late. 
  • The Porch - This effortless, all-day “stock house” style coffee bar & marketplace, is inspired by the pastoral charm of Sonoma and the estate pedigree of MacArthur Place. The Porch features sandwiches, fresh fruit, and a variety of easy grab-and-go options in a relaxed, Sonoma farmhouse inspired setting that includes original screen-printed ceramic tiles from Artist Marianne Smink of Smink Thing Studio.
The Art of De-stressing

The Spa at MacArthur transcends to “Farm to Massage Table” philosophy offering an array of botanically-based treatments featuring fruits, flowers, and herbs grown in the property’s onsite gardens and nearby farms. One of the signature treatments, Wildflower Field of Dreams, utilizes a mustard flower essence created exclusively for the property from flowers hand-harvested from neighboring vineyards by floral alchemist, Lotus Wei. Be sure to get in a good sweat at the updated adjacent fitness room, too.

Grab your boots (and a curated basket of provisions from the Porch) and set out for an adventure on any of Sonoma’s 150 miles of hiking trails leading to mountains, forests, lakes, and meadows. The Sonoma Overlook Trail, for starters, is walking distance from Sonoma Plaza and boasts valley views rolling all the way out to iconic Mount Tam. Afterwards, you can take a dip in the stylish mid-century pool or cruise around town on a complimentary electric bike.

  • Pool

  • Complimentary WiFi

  • Complimentary Parking

  • Pet Friendly

  • Air Conditioning

  • Spa

  • Gym

  • Restaurant

  • Bar Lounge

  • Business Center

  • Laundry Facility

  • Fire Pits on Property

  • Concierge

  • Hot Tub

  • Valet

  • Complimentary Newspaper

  • Bath Robes

  • Conference Halls

  • Minibar

  • Sundries

  • Ipod Dock

  • Room Service

  • Flat Screen TV

  • Room Remote Control

  • Hotel Mobile App

  • Conference Rooms

  • Baby Crib Service

  • Handicap Accessible

    Hearing impaired, Vision impaired, Physical disabilities, Accessible travel paths

  • Entertainment

  • Complimentary Bikes

  • EV Station

Standard Guest Rooms

The Standard Guest Room features one king bed as is situated within a shared cottage. European walk-in showers along with plush robes and curated snacks and beverages from local purveyors await your arrival.

The Manor Guestroom resides within a shared cottage and boasts a king bed with a sleeper sofa. Enjoy freshly ground steeped coffee in your robe and take advantage of your in-room iPad with on-demand concierge.

Named for the home’s original miner and rancher, the Burris Guestrooms provide the comfort and nostalgia of the historic Victorian family residence. Each features one king-size bed and MacArthur luxury amenities. This room type also offers an ADA accessible option. Bells & whistles in this guest room include a shared garden with natural foliage, outdoor fire pits and a balcony or private patio for al fresco retreats.

Deluxe Guest Rooms

The Estate Guest Room is a deluxe room within a shared cottage and features a king bed and a sitting lounge. The highlights of this room is the private outdoor shower with natural light and a private patio surrounded by lush foliage.

The spacious Deluxe Manor Guest Room lies within the shared cottage and boasts a king-sized bed, sleeper sofa with the added luxury of an in-room fireplace and private balcony.

Step into the luxury of your Deluxe Guest Room and be greeted by an in-room wood-burning fireplace, a private balcony encircling the cottage and a luxurious soaker tub to relax after an active day (full glass of wine here is encouraged).

Premium Guest Rooms

The Chef’s Cottage is a luxury private cottage featuring a king bed, fireplace, outdoor shower and sleeper sofa. Your majestic private patio awaits with a stunning outdoor fireplace and living area all under the Sonoma stars.

The Julia Suite is a studio style suite in the Victorian residence boasting a soaking tub, living area, fireplace and a large private balcony overlooking the grounds.

The private Jasmine Cottage will entice you with an outdoor shower, wood-burning fireplace and stunning private outdoor garden patio.

The Estate Spa Guestroom is a luxury hotel room within the shared cottage. Here you’ll be warmed by a wood-burning fireplace and cooled by the outdoor shower. An outdoor sitting area is also in this room for sunset sips overlooking the grounds.

The Estate Spa Cottage is a spacious guest cottage within the cottage. Delight in the outdoor shower, a garden patio surrounded by lush foliage and a warm fireplace perfect for sharing stories of adventure and intrigue.

The handsome Carriage Guestroom is a luxurious room in the Carriage House. Upper rooms will enjoy an enhanced shared balcony encircling the stately 10-room guesthouse while lower rooms have a lovely patio to ponder about. Either provides the perfect al fresco retreat to enjoy the beautiful grounds.

  • Check In
    4:00 p.m.
  • Check Out
    12:00 p.m.
Kind Eats and Drinks
  • LaSalette Restaurant showcases “new Portuguese” cuisine featuring the freshest produce
  • The Girl & the Fig whips up Provencal cuisine in a charming space
  • El Molino Central brings their fresh tortillas and fillings weekly TO the SF Ferry Building farmer’s market and is a must-stop in Sonoma.
Conscious Culture
Mindful Adventures
  • Let Bohemian Highway be your wine tour guide and celebrate the land and local ecosystems with them
  • Take your pick of Sonoma’s multitude of picturesque hikes
  • Grab a picnic basket and shop locally at the array of charming shops in Sonoma Plaza
Do Good for the Day
  • Join and support Chefs Cycle where award winning chefs ride to fight childhood hunger
  • Attend one of Sonoma Land Trust’s myriad of outings, from mountain treks to botany crawls to bird watching and kayaking
  • Drop off food or clothing to F.I.S.H. (Friends in Sonoma Helping)
Be Kind to Yourself

29 E MacArthur St, Sonoma, CA 95476

By Plane
  • 37 mi from Charles M. Schulz Sonoma County Airport (STS) with direct services from four major carriers (Taxi approx: $90)
  • 57 mi from San Francisco International Airport (SFO) (Taxi approx: $180)
  • 62 mi from Oakland International Airport (OAK) (Taxi approx: $170)
By Train
  • From STS, take purple SMART line southbound to Petaluma ($7-$9). Change at Petaluma transit mall to 40 53 bus ($1-$3) to E Broadway & MacArthur, walk 2 min to hotel.
  • From SFO, take yellow BART $6-$9 to Civic Center/UN Plaza. At Mcallister & Hyde St take 101 bus to San Rafael transit center. The 38 bus operates 5 times a week $1-$3 to E Broadway & MacArthur.
  • Sonoma County Transit has routes, schedules, and information. The SMART or Sonoma Marin Area Rail Transit carries passengers in energy efficient trains with stops at STS and connecting service via 53 to Sonoma Plaza
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By Bus/Metro
  • From STS, take 62 bus $1-$2 to Santa Rosa Transit Mall. Take 30 30x 34 to E Broadway & MacArthur. Walk remaining 2 min.
  • From SFO, at lower G-level take 292 ($2-$3) top Mission/7th St, transfer on 7th/Market to 101 70 30 ($5-$8) to San Rafael Transit Center. The 38 bus operates 5 times a week $1-$3 to E Broadway & MacArthur.
  • From OAK, take Airport Express to San Rafael Transit Center. The 38 bus operates 5 times a week $1-$3 to E Broadway & MacArthur.
  • Airport Express offers service to Sonoma and surrounding areas from SFO and OAK airports
By Automobile
  • From SFO exit airport onto Highway 101 North to Highway 380 West to Highway 280 North. Follow Highway 280 (stay to your left) and take the 19th Avenue Exit lane. Follow 19th Avenue, which will flow into Park Presidio Blvd. Cross the Golden Gate Bridge following 101 North. Turn right on Highway 37 (East) towards Vallejo/Napa/Sonoma for eight miles to the second signal light. Turn left on Highway 121 and follow eight and one-half miles to Highway 12. Continue right at “Y” junction of highway 116/121. Turn left on Highway 12 towards Sonoma. As you enter the town of Sonoma, turn right at the third stop-light (MacArthur Street) just past Sonoma High School. The entrance to MacArthur Place is the second driveway on the right hand side of the street.
  • From the Oakland Airport, take Heggenberger Road to I-880 North. Exit to Highway 580 west and cross over the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge. Exit to Highway 101 north. Turn right on Highway 37 (East) towards Vallejo/Napa/Sonoma for eight miles to the second signal light. Turn left on Highway 121 and follow eight and one-half miles to Highway 12. Continue right at “Y” junction of highway 116/121. Turn left on Highway 12 towards Sonoma. As you enter the town of Sonoma, turn right at the third stop-light (MacArthur Street) just past Sonoma High School. The entrance to MacArthur Place is the second driveway on the right hand side of the street
  • From STS take Highway 12 towards Sonoma, as you pass the Maxwell Village Shopping center on the right, continue on Highway 12 which curves to the left and becomes West Napa Street. After entering the Sonoma Plaza Area, turn right at the stop sign at Broadway. Continue down Broadway for a few short blocks and turn left at the first stop-light, which is MacArthur Street.
  • STS is serviced by six on-site rental car agencies as well as all rideshare platforms. SFO and OAK are serviced by most major carriers. Complimentary valet parking at the hotel.
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