Olea Hotel Reopens After October 2017 Wildfires

(Olea Hotel) Olea Hotel

The Olea Hotel reopened following renovations due to the northern California wildfires of October 2017. Located in the heart of Sonoma wine country, the boutique hotel offers a place for oenophiles to stay as they explore the region's vineyards and wineries.

Changes to Olea Hotel include a new pool, hot tub and fire pit area; fresh landscaping; and interior updates throughout the property. Leading the redesign was Inspired Spaces from Santa Rosa, CA. Guestrooms now offer an "organic mid-century" style with a cool, neutral color palette, as well as original artwork by Natasha Stocker, the owner of Inspired Spaces. The property offers 13 guestrooms and two guest cottages, which will begin welcoming guests starting spring 2019.

Guests at Olea Hotel receive a complimentary signature two-course breakfast. Designed by the hotel’s executive chef Khambay Porterkhamsy, the meal starts off with a course of sweet and savory foods, followed by a large breakfast buffet. Other complimentary benefits of a stay at Olea Hotel include complimentary wine in the lobby, weekly wine hour at a nearby winery, massage services and more.

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The Olea Hotel rests in the hillside of the Sonoma Valley in northern California. Located in the town of Glen Ellen, between Kenwood and Sonoma, the property offers easy access to numerous wineries, local restaurants, wine tours, hot air ballooning and hiking trails.

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