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Acqua Hotel - Mill Valley (Sausalito)
555 Redwood Hwy
Mill Valley, CA 94941
Nightly Rates (149.00 - 209.00)   3 Star

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Property Description
Inspired by the elements of sky and water, Acqua Hotel showcases an elegant simplicity punctuated by exotic touches and lavish comforts. Situated at the edge of San Francisco Bay, it subtly fuses the style of the East with the comforts and services of the West to create an inviting Pacific Rim atmosphere. Spacious guestrooms feature luxurious design perfectly suited to business and pleasure, private balconies and views of Richardson Bay and Mt. Tamalpais. All of the 50 guestrooms, including 25 Junior Suites, feature two-line phones with dataport, voicemail, cable TVs, VCRs, CD players, electronic locks, air conditioning, spa robes, honor bars, full tubs and showers and includes a complimentary deluxe continental breakfast. Acqua Hotel is a non-smoking property.

Acqua Hotel - Mill Valley (Sausalito)



Amenities

  • 220 DC

  • Air Conditioned

  • AM/FM Alarm Clock

  • Audio Visual Equipment

  • Babysitting/Child Services

  • Balcony

  • Bath Tub

  • On The Bay

  • Bay View

  • Porters

  • Brailled Elevators

  • Conference Facilities

  • Continental Breakfast

  • Cribs Available

  • 24 Hour Front Desk

  • Handicapped Rooms/Facilities

  • Elevators

  • FAX

  • Fire Alarm with Light

  • Fire Place

  • Florist

  • Free Parking

  • Hairdryers Available

  • Heated Guest Rooms

  • Ice Machine

  • Iron

  • Ironing Board

  • King Bed

  • Laundry Service

  • Maid Service

  • Maid Service

  • Mini Bar

  • Modem Lines in Room

  • In Room Movies

  • Meeting/Banquet Facilities

  • No Smoking Rooms/Facilities

  • Free Newspaper

  • Overhead Projector

  • Projector

  • Parking

  • Queen Bed

  • Radio

  • Safe Deposit Box

  • Shower

  • Sitting Area

  • Smoke Detectors

  • Sprinklers In Rooms

  • Suite

  • TDD Telephone Machine

  • Telephone

  • Temperature Control

  • Toilet

  • TV

  • Television with Cable

  • TV Remote Control

  • Laundry/Valet Services

  • VCR

  • Video Tapes

  • Wheel Chair Access

  • Wet Bar


  • Room Information

    Acqua Hotel - Mill Valley (Sausalito)

  • King Jr Suite-Fire


  • King Jr Suite with fireplace, bay, mtn views Complimentary parking & continental breakfast Acqua Hotel is a non-smoking property. Mornings begin on the Sun Terrace with a complimentary espresso drink and newspaper. All rooms feature a soothing Pacific Rim ambience, state-of-the-art two-line phone system with dataport and voicemail, color TV with VCR and cable access, CD player, air conditioning, honor bar, full tub and shower, spa robes, and electronic locks.
    Acqua Hotel - Mill Valley (Sausalito)

  • King Junior Suite


  • junior suite with bay and mountain views complimentary parking & continental breakfast Acqua Hotel is a non-smoking property. Mornings begin on the Sun Terrace with a complimentary espresso drink and newspaper. All rooms feature a soothing Pacific Rim ambience, state-of-the-art two-line phone system with dataport and voicemail, color TV with VCR and cable access, CD player, air conditioning, honor bar, full tub and shower, spa robes, and electronic locks.

  • Acqua Guestroom


  • A King or Queen guestroom and includes Complimentary parking & continental breakfast Acqua Hotel is a non-smoking property. Mornings begin on the Sun Terrace with a complimentary espresso drink and newspaper. All rooms feature a soothing Pacific Rim ambience, state-of-the-art two-line phone system with dataport and voicemail, color TV with VCR and cable access, CD player, air conditioning, honor bar, full tub and shower, spa robes, and electronic locks.

  • King Jr Suite-Fire


  • King Jr Suite with fireplace, bay, mtn views Complimentary parking & continental breakfast Acqua Hotel is a non-smoking property. Mornings begin on the Sun Terrace with a complimentary espresso drink and newspaper. All rooms feature a soothing Pacific Rim ambience, state-of-the-art two-line phone system with dataport and voicemail, color TV with VCR and cable access, CD player, air conditioning, honor bar, full tub and shower, spa robes, and electronic locks.

  • King Junior Suite


  • junior suite with bay and mountain views complimentary parking & continental breakfast Acqua Hotel is a non-smoking property. Mornings begin on the Sun Terrace with a complimentary espresso drink and newspaper. All rooms feature a soothing Pacific Rim ambience, state-of-the-art two-line phone system with dataport and voicemail, color TV with VCR and cable access, CD player, air conditioning, honor bar, full tub and shower, spa robes, and electronic locks.

  • Acqua Guestroom


  • A King or Queen guestroom and includes Complimentary parking & continental breakfast Acqua Hotel is a non-smoking property. Mornings begin on the Sun Terrace with a complimentary espresso drink and newspaper. All rooms feature a soothing Pacific Rim ambience, state-of-the-art two-line phone system with dataport and voicemail, color TV with VCR and cable access, CD player, air conditioning, honor bar, full tub and shower, spa robes, and electronic locks.

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    Miscellaneous Information

  • American Dollars is the native currency. 

  • Check in time is 1500 

  • Check out time is 1200 

  • Time Zone is  -8 

  • 50  rooms. 

  • 0  suites. 

  • 3  floors. 


  • Directions
    From San Francisco International Airport Take highway 280 which turns into 19th Avenue Take 19th Avenue through the city to the Golden Gate Bridge Cross the bridge going north on 101 Exit at Seminary Drive Take a right at the stop light and loop under the freeway Acqua Hotel is located on the left The address is 555 Redwood Highway

    Guarantee Policy
    Guarantee to valid form of payment is required at booking.

    Cancellation Policy
    Cancel 2 days prior to arrival date to avoid penalty of 1 Nights Room Charge.

    Restaurant Information
    Restaurant / Dining Information  Nearby offsite restaurants Robata Grill - Japanese Grill and Sushi Bar 11:30am-2:00pm and 5:30pm-9:00pm Piatti - Italian 11:30am-10:00pm Strawberry Gourmet Deli 7am - 6pm Buckeye Roadhouse - American 11:30am-10:30pm Outback Steakhouse -American 4:00pm-10:00pm Piazza D'Angelos - Italian 11:30am-10:00pm Round Table - Pizzeria 11:00am-12:00am

    Meeting Facility
    Acqua Hotel - Mill Valley (Sausalito)
  • Meeting / Conference Information
  •   Our spectacular event spaces at Acqua Hotel total 1,682 square feet and are ideal for every occasion. Natural lighting, water views and a grand second floor terrace create an inspiring setting. Full catering services are available. The Bay View Room can accommodate up to 40 people and the Richardson Room can accommodate up to 120 people. For more information please email us.

    Recreation Information
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    Acqua Hotel - Mill Valley (Sausalito)
  • Area Attractions

  • The Acqua Hotel is located in Marin County between the famous Napa Valley wine region and San Francisco. There are many things to do and see in Marin and the following is a partial list of nearby attractions. For directions to them visit www.marinij.com. Local Attractions Stinson Beach Sausalito Pt. Reyes Station Muir Woods National Park Mount Tamalpais State Park Golden Gate Bridge Mill Valley Tiburon Angel Island Marin Headlands Stinson Beach Travel to this small coastal village and you'll understand why the locals are so grateful to call Stinson Beach their home. Located just 20 miles north of San Francisco, Stinson Beach is part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area and rests between the shores of the Pacific Ocean and the foot of Mt. Tamalpais. There are hundreds of miles of trails in the area, 3 miles of sand and more than 100 picnic benches in a 51 acre park adjacent to the beach. For more information visit www.stinsonbeachonline.com. Sausalito Named by a Spanish explorer, Sausalito has always been a vibrant area. In the 1800s the area was known as Whaler's Harbor, and sailors and whalers flocked to the port for its safe harbor, saloons, bordellos and gaming houses. Today Sausalito is a favorite tourist destination, for its art galleries, restaurants, and boutiques lining Bridgeway, and for the beautiful and in some cases, funky homes that line the hills facing the bay as well as the harbor. Pt. Reyes Station Spanish explorer Sebastian Vizcaino named the area Punta de los Reyes, or Point of the Kings while sailing past the peninsula on Jan. 6, 1603, today a youthful, rural spirit sweeps rustic Point Reyes. The unincorporated town is at the south end of Tomales Bay. Families who have lived here for generations have resisted development and the community retains a romantic, small-town atmosphere. Muir Woods National Park This lush park, featuring old growth redwood trees, is a 560-acre site where one can experience the grandeur and natural cycles of a redwood forest. The Park offers six miles of trails including leisurely walks and strenuous hikes. Unpaved trails lead hikers out of the canyon and connect with trails in Mount Tamalpais State Park. For more information visit their website at www.nps.gov/muwo/. Mount Tamalpais State Park Mount Tamalpais is one of the most beautiful sights in Marin, attracting 1.3 million visitors annually. Mount Tamalpais stretches 2,571 feet above sea level, giving visitors on the mountain spectacular views of the ocean, San Francisco and the bay. Hiking and biking are the two most popular activities for visitors. Additionally, there are ample picnic grounds, a hillside amphitheater and campsites through out the 6,400-acre park. For more information on all California state parks visit their website at www.parks.ca.gov. Golden Gate Bridge Painted a cheery International orange, the Golden Gate Bridge spans one of the most famous harbor entrances in the world. A tourist hot-spot, this is considered to be the most photographed sites in San Francisco. The bridge connects Marin County with San Francisco. Mill Valley The quaint town of Mill Valley stands in the shadow of Mount Tamalpais, and has a charm all its own. Besides the cozy downtown, home to antique stores, bookstores, a theater, nightclub, art gallery, coffee shops, and the Depot Bookstore cafe, Mill Valley offers hiking and biking trails, a dog run, a nine-hole public golf course. Tiburon Just a short ferry ride from downtown San Francisco, this charming and historic nautical town is a tourists delight and home to some of the best views of the city. Angel Island, a historic landmark, is accessible only by ferry from Tiburon. Unique shops and al fresco dining invite you to spend the afternoon exploring the quaint downtown. For more information visit www.tiburon.org Angel Island Angel Island, a national park, is hilly, grassy and a heavily forested haven in the middle of the San Francisco Bay. With more than 740 acres, this state park provides spectacular views of Marin County, San Francisco and the greater Bay Area. The island is approximately one mile off the shores of the Tiburon waterfront and ferries dock directly off Angel Island in Ayala Cove. For more than six thousand years, Miwok Indians used the land as a fishing and hunting site. Afterwards, for almost 100 years - stretching from the Civil War to the Cold War - the island housed a variety of military installations. It also played a major role in the settlement of the West, serving both as a Public Health Service Quarantine Station, and an Immigration Station. Transportation is easy via ferry from the Tiburon waterfront. For more information and hours visit www.angelisland.org. Marin Headlands The Marin Headlands was a former military reservation that is now an urban national park. Some of the most dramatic views of San Francisco can be seen from its hillsides. This 12,000-acre protected area situated north of the Golden Gate Bridge is a great spot for hiking, biking and camping enthusiasts. At the turn of the century, American Armed Forces built 33 coastal defense batteries to defend the San Francisco Bay Area. Today visitors can take docent-led tours of Point Bonita Lighthouse in addition to self-guided tours on the trails to campsites, Rodeo Beach and several look-out points. With so many historical, recreational and nature activities, there's truly something for everyone. For complete park information visit www.nps.gov/gov
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