No detail has been overlooked at this beautifully restored 1886 hotel, a gold-rush-era landmark that has hosted such VIPs as Theodore Roosevelt and Oprah Winfrey. Big-screen TVs, deep soaking tubs, and a small in-house spa are among the thoroughly modern features that make this such a relaxing place to stay. Other luxurious touches include stained-glass chandeliers, papered ceilings, and lovely antiques. Suites come with kitchenettes and separate sitting areas. In-hotel
dining includes drinks and dinner at the Beaumont Grill or alfresco meals in the Courtyard Restaurant.