Sonoma County Tourism Bureau3637 Westwind Blvd, Santa Rosa, California, 95403-1039
3637 Westwind Blvd
Santa Rosa, California, 95403-1039
Phone: 800-576-6662Visit Website
- Beach/ Coastal
- Mountain Meetings
- Summer Mountain
- Winter Mountain
- Eco/ Green
- Family Friendly
- Pet Friendly
- Team Building
- Wine Country
- Executive Retreats
Make your meeting a Sonomalicious pairing; book it in Sonoma County, Calif.
Earn your CMP – Certified Morale Pleaser – the official designation for meeting professionals who bring their groups to Sonoma County, America’s premier wine, spa and coastal destination.
Your group can become Sonomads (people prone to wandering around Sonoma County in search of new adventures) during pre- and post-tours. The place settings at your final banquet may include forkscrews, a multi-purpose utensil facilitating wine and food pairings.
Book your meeting and begin to “Speak Sonoma,” because Sonoma County is so unique, we have our own language and we want you to learn it.
Located just 30 miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge, Sonoma County offers the perfect blend of sophistication and laid-back relaxation.
A professional staff of sales managers, most of whom have Certified Meeting Professional designations, offer complimentary services. Leads are distributed to lodging according to the meeting planners’ requests and preferences. One-on-one, personalized assistance includes discussion of event space and coordination of site inspections.
SonomaCentive – $4,000 Reasons to Book in Sonoma County
The Sonoma County Incentive Program offers meeting planners a cash incentive to book business in Sonoma County. The cash incentive is a cash payment paid to the hotel master account in the followed tiered amounts:
- $1,000 for 50-100 actualized rooms
- $2,000 for 101-200 actualized rooms
- $3,000 for 201-300 actualized rooms
- $4,000 for 301-plus actualized rooms
Eligibility is based upon new proposals, originated by the Sonoma County Tourism Bureau for distribution to multiple properties booked for one or more nights Sunday through Thursday. Cash incentives are paid to the master account within 10 days of the group arrival. The cash incentive is offered to groups that actualize before Dec. 31, 2013.
Everything you need to plan your Sonoma County adventure is just a click away at www.sonomacounty.com/meeting. There, you'll be able to submit your request for proposal (RFP), check the area section for special concerts or events, and more.
Once your lodging needs are contracted at a Sonoma County resort or hotel, allow the Sonoma County Tourism Bureau to assist in planning the perfect offsite activities for your group.
For more information, contact Sonoma County Tourism Bureau sales team at email@example.com, or call 800-576-6662.
Sonomacentric Hospitality [adj.]At or near the center of all things Sonoma County
With its Mediterranean-like climate, Sonoma County is the ideal year-round destination for conferences and meetings.
The area boasts 6,600 full- and limited-service hotel rooms with meeting space, world-renowned bistros and restaurants, and more than 300 of the world’s most award-winning wineries. Unique meeting and event venues include wine caves and elegant estates.
Arrive in Sonoma County via easy access from the San Francisco, Oakland, and Sacramento international airports. The Charles M. Schulz Airport in Santa Rosa (STS) has direct daily flights via Horizon Air to and from Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Portland, and Seattle.
Sonoma County at a Glance
6,600 full- and limited-service hotel rooms with flexible meeting space
Convenient and direct air service from several west coast cities
Unique venues: wineries, wine caves, historic estates, world-class car race course and wildlife preserve
More than 300 award-winning wineries, most open for tours and tastings without calling for an appointment.
40-plus unique spas are available.
18 challenging golf courses are open to the public.
500-plus restaurants ranging from Michelin- and Zagat-rated to casual wine country cuisine use freshly harvested, locally-grown produce.
The great outdoors: Hike in a 1,000-year-old redwood grove; kayak down one of three rivers; ride a horse along the Pacific coast.
Drive the more than 55 miles of spectacular coastline and discover a hidden cove to toast the sunset.