Sonoma Valley boutique puts rooms on sale through February
The Olea Hotel, framed by 200-year-old olive trees and native oaks in Sonoma Valley, closed for 10 months after the 2017 Nuns fire swept through the area. Now the hotel has reopened with discounts to lure travelers to the renovated 13 rooms and two cottages and a new pool.
The deal: The Winter Escape takes 20% off room prices and gives guests a $25 spa credit. Prices start at $199 for a stay that includes gourmet breakfast and an evening wine gathering. Pool, hot tub and outdoor fire pit are on-site amenities.
When: The discount is good for stays through the end of February.
Tested: I checked availability online and found $199 rooms for midweek stays, including Jan. 29-31. Weekend stays cost more.
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