Welcome to the Flamingo Conference Resort and Spa
About the Flamingo: A Sonoma hotel, conference venue and spa
About the Flamingo
A Sonoma Hotel, Conference Venue and Spa with a glamorous story
As romantic a destination resort today as when it was built, the Flamingo Conference Resort and Spa has always been the area’s favorite resort with a strong connection to the glamour of Hollywood and Las Vegas. The resort offers a wide variety of modern amenities with the glamorous ambiance of a 1950s summer resort.
The Los Angeles modernist architect George Vernon Russell built the resort to mirror the original Vegas Flamingo design. The original Flamingos clean horizontal lines curving glass curtain walls and planes of rugged, staggered stone and the tower with the name “Flamingo” written vertically all were repeated in the Santa Rosa version.
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“This is a really nice place to stay. The rooms were clean, spacious, and nicely furnished. The staff was very pleasant and helpful. It was an excellent value and the location is convenient to Sonoma wineries.”
– NJ Thomas, New Jersey
Directions to Flamingo
Wine Country’s 4 Star Conference Venue, Sonoma Hotel, Wine Country Dining and Entertainment.
The Flamingo Resort Hotel is conveniently located just one hour north of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge.
From San Francisco
Take Highway 101 north and exit to Highway 12 toward Sonoma, turn left at Farmers Lane and follow it straight to the Flamingo at the corner of Fourth and Farmer’s Lane. From Eureka and points north drive Highway 101 south to Santa Rosa and exit to Highway 12 toward Sonoma, turn left at Farmers Lane and follow it straight to the Flamingo at the corner of Fourth and Farmer’s Lane.
Take Highway 80 west to Highway 12 to Sonoma. Stay on Highway 12 through Sonoma to Santa Rosa, where you will find the Flamingo at the intersection of Farmer’s Lane and Highway 12.
Going green at the Flamingo
The Flamingo Conference Resort and Spa’s owner and management have embraced ecologically-sound green practices throughout the resort. We believe that it is our responsibility as members of the business community, the tourism community and as individuals, to choose the environmentally wise choice whenever possible, even if it costs a little more or takes a little more time. We know that this business decision will save the resort money long term and help us do our part to save the planet. With that in mind, the Flamingo management has asked each employee to think of ways they can be more environmentally productive.
As a resort, we have made a financial commitment to this philosophy through new Low E windows that have helped to increase our energy efficiency and to lower the Flamingo’s carbon footprint. We use energy efficient lighting and appliances throughout the resort.
In the laundry we have an ozone device that allows a reduction in cleaning supplies and water usage. It shortens drying times to also save on natural gas usage. We have reduced our natural gas, electrical and water usage throughout the resort.
We have reduced our energy consumption and dependency on non-renewable resources. We use insulation and weather stripping. We replace old wasteful fixtures including light bulbs, toilets, shower heads, faucets and appliances (like refrigerator and freezers, ice machines, washing machines and dryers, air conditioners, furnaces/heaters, and computers) as they break or wear out, with new efficient fixtures and appliances.
The Flamingo uses durable dishes, cups, glasses, mugs, tableware, and serving pieces. When customers request containers to take food out of the dining areas, we use only sugar cane and corn biodegradable products. We recycle everything that can be recycled, religiously.
We are working on growing the number of local suppliers for the food that is served at the Flamingo. Buying local reduces energy cost in transporting and provides fresher better products to our guests. We are committed to making changes throughout the resort that are ecologically sound.