Hampton Inn Petaluma set to open soon at old silk mill site

Construction for Hampton Inn Petaluma at the historic silk mill site (Press Democrat)

The Hampton Inn Petaluma set to open at the end of May at the site of Petaluma’s historic brick silk mill.

Guest rooms feature 14-foot ceilings, high-definition televisions, modern furnishings, exposed brick walls and design touches done with Petaluma in mind. Photographs taken around town line the walls, while window shades feature a map of the city.

The historic building was built in 1892 as the home of the Carlson-Currier Silk Mill. It survived the 1906 earthquake with just one crack. The building was designated a national historic landmark in 1986.

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