The Flamingo Resort and Spa is a listed Santa Rosa Historic Landmark. With the classic charm of the resort hotels of the 1950s and all the contemporary amenities important to modern guests, it’s the perfect location for exploring Northern California’s premier Wine Country in Sonoma and Napa. The hotel is centrally located to the towns of Healdsburg, Sonoma, Calistoga and St. Helena. The Pacific Ocean, the Russian River and Armstrong Redwood Grove are all just a short drive away. Set among the artfully-maintained gardens is the resort’s world-class health club and spa. As romantic a destination today as when it was built, the Flamingo has always had a strong connection to the glamour of Hollywood and Las Vegas. The Los Angeles modernist architect George Vernon Russell built the resort to mirror the original Vegas Flamingo design, and when the hotel opened with a gala bash in 1957, it quickly became a society hot spot. In 1959, the Flamingo became renowned by Hollywood as the place to stay north of the Bay. Movie stars like Jayne Mansﬁeld were often found sunning themselves by the pool!