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Study: Subsidies may be needed to make luxury Windsor hotel profitable

A downtown ’boutique’ hotel is something Windsor would welcome, but a new study casts doubt on its financial feasibility.

Florida group opts not to scale back Healdsburg hotel proposal

The upscale lodging chain that planned a large, controversial hotel in downtown Healdsburg has decided not to pursue an alternative, smaller project.

Meeting on new Healdsburg hotel set for Wednesday

Plans for a new 39-room hotel in downtown Healdsburg will be unveiled Wednesday evening in a public informational meeting.

Luxury hotel planned for high-profile downtown Petaluma lot

Downtown Petaluma may be home to Wine Country’s next luxury accommodations, and developers are hoping the plan will be embraced, unlike recent swanky hotel proposals in Sonoma and Healdsburg.

Another hotel project pitched for Healdsburg

Plans have surfaced for a second new hotel in downtown Healdsburg as debate grows over how much more visitor lodging should be built in the favored Wine Country destination.

Plans for new downtown Healdsburg hotel unveiled

At five stories, the 75-room luxury hotel proposed for downtown Healdsburg would be the tallest building in the city, with sweeping views from the roof-top restaurant and swimming pool.

Sonoma hotel measure focus of heated debate

About 150 people packed a Sonoma church Thursday night to hear about a controversial measure to limit hotels.

Healdsburg group wants hotel crackdown

Healdsburg residents are girding for another growth fight, this time over a potential hotel development that some say could spoil the small-town character of the popular wine tourism destination.

Backers of Sonoma hotel limits claim success in ballot-measure push

Proponents of an initiative to limit hotel development in Sonoma say they have gathered more than enough signatures needed to qualify the measure for a special election.

PAC formed to oppose Sonoma hotel initiative

A new Sonoma organization describing itself as a broad citizens group opposed to a voter initiative to cap hotel development is getting its seed money from the developer whose controversial project could be blocked by the proposed ballot measure.

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