Hampton Inn & Suites Rohnert Park - Sonoma County

Address: 6248 Redwood Dr, Rohnert Park, California, 94928-2019, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 6248 Redwood Dr, Rohnert Park, is near Getaway Adventures, Matanzas Creek Winery, Helen Putnam Park, and Matos Cheese Factory.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Fitness/Health center


          • Reduced mobility rooms
          • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
          • High-speed internet in room
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wireless internet connection in public areas
          • Air-Conditioning
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Conference facilities

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          Travel Blogs from Rohnert Park

          Weekly Mash #4 - The Ball Game

          A travel blog entry by ashcol64 on May 28, 2014

          4 photos

          ... can be likened to the Medallion Club at Ethiad with comfortable seating and a better but more expensive quality of food and drink. One tip we had was to try the garlic fries as they are a popular choice amongst the locals. Sheeesshhhh...after eating these these bad boys you could remove someone's eyebrows with a single breath from 20 paces! Neither of us wanted the breath-monster tag so we opted for the old ball game staples of hot dogs ...

          Day 104 - San Francisco - California (USA)

          A travel blog entry by thekemptons on Jul 11, 2013

          20 photos

          ... marvel at how unremarkable the Golden Gate Bridge is, neither totally convinced, both sure it should be red not grey. Quick map check, it's ok it's a different bridge!

          We walk the Embarcadero along the sea wall past all the docks. We have a quick stop at a playground for some slide action for Taya, and a touch of shop keeping for Dylan. We finally reach Pier 39 for a wander around lots of shops and restaurants. Nice area. There is a carousel here so the boys hop on board. ...

          Day 103 - Yosemite to San Francisco - California

          A travel blog entry by thekemptons on Jul 10, 2013

          ... Brie and red wine, yummy.

          Jobs for tonight - laundry by the absolute bucket load, since we haven't been able to do it for over a week. Then planning our itinerary for San Francisco for the next couple of days. Emma has Friday night sorted out with friends, and Saturday morning we are off to Alcatraz. It feels like a long time since we have been to a big city, so looking forward to the ...

          Muir Woods, Stinson Beach and Point Reyes

          A travel blog entry by sebsingh on Aug 10, 2012

          11 photos

          ... One minute the sky was blue and the AC was up to 12, the next everything was sombre, and clouds had descended so we could barely see 10 ft down the road. Upon arrival, we could hear the sea, 30 feet below us, but we couldn't see it. It was fairly surreal. The plunging temperature meant that we ran the 1.5 miles to the lighthouse from the car park, took a quick stroll around it, since it was closed, and then ran back.

          Driving through trees

          A travel blog entry by sanjose222 on Jul 16, 2012

          37 photos

          More riding...I'm glad this is the last travel day for now.
          We spent more time in the Redwood Forest. I've found that things are never the
          way you picture them, and this is no exception. I had a vision of a forest
          consisting of widely spaced trees and a road meandering through it.
          Occasionally the road would cut through the trunk of the tree because it was
          easier than other options. The truth is that the forest is densly packed with
          trees, and there are only ...