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Casa Madrona

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • elegant furniture
  • spacious rooms
  • central location

    Cons

  • rooms in older section don't have air-conditioning or full elevator access
  • breakfast is not included

Casa Madrona Review

What began as a small inn in a 19th-century landmark mansion has expanded over the decades to include a contemporary section and hillside cottages, along with a full-service spa, all tiered down a hill in the center of town. The contemporary section contains newer rooms with wet bars, sunken tubs, and bay windows; some have balconies overlooking Richardson Bay. The hillside cottages are the ultimate in indulgence. Bay-view rooms are pricey, but the vistas are spectacular.

    Hotel Details

  • 60 rooms, 6 suites.
  • Rate includes no meals.
Updated: 05-06-2013

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