This Hotel Lets You Live out Your Houseplant Dreams
Create a foliage-friendly home away from home inside your suite in California wine country.
Can’t imagine leaving your houseplants for a weekend getaway? Hate the thought of sleeping in a whitewashed hotel room devoid of the bromeliads you currently call roommates?
A California wine country hotel is coming to your rescue.
Located in the heart of Sonoma County, Healdsburg’s h2hotel is bringing back a styling service that lets you decorate your suite with custom foliage from a local flower farm. You can even take home one potted plant—and purchase any additional ones that you fall in love with. The service starts at $150.
“We are excited to give guests the opportunity to create a lush home away from home,” Circe Sher, co-founder of Piazza Hospitality, owners of h2hotel, said in a press release.
Take your pick of plants from Healdsburg-based florist Dragonfly Floral, which supplies a range of ficus, ferns, peperomia, and more. The organic farm “has a wonderful selection of plants that will add a refreshing layer of fun to a stay,” Sher said.
The plants complement other eco-friendly aspects of h2hotel‘s suites, from bamboo flooring and glass water glasses to paper hangers and refillable bath products. The 36-room hotel, designed by architect David Baker, also boasts electric vehicle charging stations, a solar-heated pool, and a rainwater filtering system.
If you just can’t get enough plants, grab a complimentary beach cruiser and take a trip to Dragonfly Floral, where you can smell more than 1,500 roses amid the forested property.