You know how it feels when you’re in a space where everything has its place? Where serenity rules over clutter with a pared-down aesthetic that’s welcoming before becoming too sparse?

Striped bamboo floors, funky Peace Industry rugs and local art give the rooms character without excess fuss. Lush 100% Egyptian Cotton linens and robes have such come-hither appeal they could keep you in bed all day.

All rooms have built in desks with ergonomic chairs and extra storage, plus seating areas both outside and in. The understated aesthetic is carried through to the bathrooms with simple lines, Heath ceramic tile and signature bath products crafted from natural ingredients. Feeling parched? Grab your glass carafe and head for the water bar on your floor for your choice of icy cold still or sparkling.



Our Eco-King rooms are anything but standard. Each has a private patio or balcony overlooking lush courtyards, Foss Creek or Healdsburg’s Fitch Mountain.


If you like to stretch out, or if baths are your thing, check out our Eco-Studios.


For small families traveling together, or if you’d like a bit more space to entertain or settle in, our one bedrooms Suite is the way to go.

Summer 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.