A glimpse of the undulating “green roof” of h2hotel and you know you’ve arrived. To the charming historic town of Healdsburg, where h2hotel is rooted. To the heart of Northern Sonoma Wine Country, which unfolds just outside its doors. To one of our 36 eco-chic rooms – all with private balconies or patios; a simple, organic aesthetic; and creative amenities – that’s just waiting for you.


Playful starters, handmade pastas, and market-driven mains are as artful as the restaurant’s airy interior. And with a critically acclaimed cocktail program, the atmosphere is as fresh and vibrant as the food. From plate to place, everything about Spoonbar is a rich alchemy of art and craft.


We’re not just a pretty roof. h2hotel holds the gold standard in sustainability (literally ... we’re LEED NC 2.2 Gold Certified Green), which means we’ve designed everything at h2hotel to use less energy, water and natural resources while creating less waste. Because we want your conscious to be comfy too.


thoughtful attention to detail – both aesthetic and environmentally conscious – doesn’t end with h2hotel’s architecture. All of the art throughout the building, from bar to bathrooms, is more like a curated exhibit than traditional hotel art.


Healdsburg is surrounded by miles of hiking trails in virtually every direction. Or you can just go with the flow. Whether it’s wine tasting or boutique shopping or gallery hopping or taking in the great outdoors, we’re here to help you do what you want to.

Coming 2018

harmon guest house

Set to open Summer 2018, Harmon Guest House will join h2hotel and Hotel Healdsburg to complete a trio of boutique hotels adjacent to the historic town plaza in Healdsburg, California. Connected via a private walkway to h2hotel, the Harmon brings a modern spin to creative amenities shared between the two properties, where guests can relax, recharge and play.

The Harmon’s creekside park is a calm oasis to read and rejuvenate, and its rooftop deck—with lounge seating and fire pit—is the perfect spot to enjoy a sunset view.

The Harmon is named after Healdsburg’s visionary founder, Harmon Heald, who designed the downtown plan and donated land for the plaza in 1853. Drawing on this pioneering heritage, David Baker Architects of San Francisco conceptualized Harmon Guest House with these thoughtful spaces to encourage friends and families to gather, which benefit not only the Harmon guests, but those of h2hotel too.

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