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"I was thrilled to pull into the parking lot for the Imperial Hotel. Tucked away in the corner of Hwy 49, it had the perfect "get away from everything" feeling I was hoping for. The Hostess, Mary Ann was incredibly welcoming and certainly made it feel just like home very quickly. I was most impressed with breakfast the next morning- it was so filling and tasty and the coffee was delicious. Sitting outside under the trees, I felt fully rested when I went out to explore Amador and Jackson that afternoon. I will definitely consider returning." Guest Review
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The Imperial makes you feel like you are at home! It is cozy and the beds are very comfortable. This place is great for a quiet weekend away. It has a great restaurant downstairs. We enjoyed the morning coffee outside of our room and the breakfast. The staff was friendly and we enjoyed our stay.

We spent 2 nights in Amador City in room 9 of the garden cottage, an annex of the Imperial Hotel B & B. The suite was clean and comfortable with a small refrigerator. It was pleasant having the privacy of our own little porch. There was no wifi in the cottage, so we took our computers down to the hotel and found a comfortable place on the patio. -- The following morning it was a welcome surprise to have the makings for coffee and tea delivered to our door. A delicious hot breakfast was served in the hotel from 8:00-10:00. Everyone may choose the time for their breakfast the day before. You can have your breakfast in the dining room with white tablecloth and napkins, or in one of the lovely nooks on the patio. -- We were lucky to be there on a Wednesday night when there was live music on the front patio. They have happy hour at the bar, and a very good selection of local wines by the glass (for $5-$9) or by the bottle. We enjoyed a lovely dinner one night, and a delicious dessert the next evening. The chocolate they serve with your check is some of the best, and made locally by the dessert maker. We were told that on Saturday nights during the summer, there is dancing in the streets.

Amador City (population 150) first appears to be just a bend in the road (originally on Hwy 49, but now a bypass away from the traffic). There’s an old cemetery up the hill behind the hotel. READ MORE

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IMPERIAL HOTEL: 14202 Old Hwy 49 • PO Box 212, Amador City, CA 95601-0212
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