Places to Stay

Lodi is no stranger to visitors. In fact, the scenic city has become quite an experienced host. Out-of-towners – often lured here by local wineries – have their pick of hotels, motels, vacation homes and bed and breakfasts in which to stay. Here’s a rundown of lodging options.

bed & breakfasts

Bella Vino: This 1912 home oozes charm and is just two blocks from downtown. It offers cozy spaces to relax, both indoor and outdoor. The innkeepers also host a wine and appetizer social hour every day.

Bordeaux Inn Lodi: Our boutique Bed and Breakfast is the perfect spot to rest, relax and refresh during your wine country stay. We are located minutes from bustling downtown Lodi and 85 award winning wineries.

Cabo Wabo: This home provides contemporary yet comfy furnishings – think La-Z-Boy recliners and high thread-count sheets. Take a dip in the heated pool, rest on chaise lounges, and then toast some s’mores over the fire pit.

Cottages on Armstrong: Located close to downtown, this larger lodge features landscaped lighting, outdoor sitting areas, and views of vineyards. The property boasts three cottages – each with two bedrooms and fully-equipped kitchens, laundry, a reading room, a dining room and a living room with a fireplace. Outdoor respites include a front porch or hammocks in the rear.

Inn at Locke House: One thing that makes this Neo-Georgian farmhouse particularly neat is that it’s on the National Register and California Landmark list. With 22 rooms, it offers four airy guest quarters in the main house plus a secluded three-level suite in the Water Tower.

Spa Hotel

Wine & Roses: This property features 66 unique rooms and suites, an award-winning spa, the Towne House Restaurant, and extraordinary event venues set in distinctive surroundings. Amenities include botanical gardens, a fitness center, a pool and a hot tub. The Lodi Wine & Visitor Center is located on site, so maps and advice are easily accessible. Towne House Restaurant features innovative dishes made from regionally sourced ingredients, as well as a wine list that includes 70 wines from the Lodi Appellation. The spa offers services and packages for women, men and couples, as well as plunge pools, a steam room and a tranquility room.

Vacation Homes

Brick Bungalow: This 1,400-square-foot vintage home was built in 1949 and still has many of its original features, including a classic 1940s bathroom and original hardwood floors. The bungalow is conveniently located near downtown. Amenities include internet, cable, washer/dryer, outdoor dining area and a garage.

Carriage House: Built in 1927, this house is located two blocks from downtown. It sits above the garage of the owner’s main home. This two-bedroom house sleeps four comfortably. Amenities include hardwood floors, internet, cable and washer/dryer.

Garden Cottage: This relaxing cottage is located on the city’s west side in Kristmont Acres. It’s detached from the main house, which allows for complete privacy. It is within walking distance of Lodi Lake, which offers kayak rentals.

Hutchins House: This colonial-style home is nearly 100 years old and located in the middle of town, with easy access to many sites. Features include a trellised courtyard covered in Wisteria, hardwood floors, an antique crystal chandelier, and a marble fireplace. Washer and dryer are provided.

Locust Street House: This recently remodeled home (2013-14) is sleek and conveniently situated near shopping, restaurants and wine-tasting. The house offers a fully stocked kitchen, an office, one bedroom, one bathroom and a laundry room. In addition, guests are encouraged to enjoy the backyard.

Merlot Bungalow: This unique 1922 craftsman-style house has been restored and features antiques throughout. At more than 2,600-square-feet, it boasts hardwood floors, wood paneling, a game room, atrium and a reading nook. It is across the street from a park and two blocks away from downtown.

Pleasant House: “I think of my home as my little piece of country in the city,” according to the owner. Here you’ll find trees – a number of which bear fruit. The quaint home is a two-block walk from downtown.

Retreat Verdot: The owners describe it as “your own private resort and wine-country getaway.” The property features an original farmhouse and additional guest house – both of which have been renovated. Main house amenities include a chef’s kitchen; backyard fire pit; tennis and bocce courts; pool and spa. The guest house is a separate one-bedroom, one-bath abode.

Sandpiper House: This completely updated home is located in the suburbs. It features a gourmet kitchen, pool, outdoor living area, basketball court, solar panels and more.

  • Best Western I-5 Inn |
  • Best Western – Royal Host Inn |
  • Econo Lodge Inn & Suites |
  • Hampton Inn & Suites Lodi |
  • Holiday Inn Express Lodi |
  • Microtel Inn & Suites |
  • Budget Inn of Lodi | (209)369-1091
  • Del Rancho Motel | (209)368-5348
  • Economy Inn | (209)368-3778
  • El Rancho Motel | (209)368-0651
  • Motel 6 | (209) 334-6422
  • Rancho Grande Motel | (209) 334-3303
  • Viking Motel | (209) 369-6229
  • Wine Country Inn | (209) 368-2707