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NORTHERN CALIFORNIA

The Flamingo Resort is a mid-century marvel in The Valley of the Moon. The buildings, rendered with natural materials and iconic angular silhouettes, are the work of master architect Homer A. Rissman. Set on a 10-acre campus, it is an incomparable property for both its city access and sense of complete retreat.

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Vintage Space is a retro-futuristic music lounge hosting a cosmic array of live music, dancing, DJ’s, and special events.

Originally built in 1957 when the public’s imagination was captivated by the dawn of the space race, atomic power and American ingenuity – Vintage Space melds the past with a bright tomorrow. A bastion of good vibes, far-out sounds and stellar cocktails that’s been sending it since Sputnik.

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Each of our homes provide a private and secluded refuge with a country-like atmosphere located just minutes from some of the best views, wineries and restaurants Sonoma Country has to offer.

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Inspiration for Lazeaway Club stems from the humble master of balance – a flamingo named Fernando – the social bird and guru of good vibes always living life on vacation. Fernando reminds us that life is better when we flock together, no matter which way the current flows.

 

From the Pacific shores of Mexico to the palms of Thailand, the Lazeaway Club’s Cal-Pacific cuisine taps the spices, heat, sweet and savory of far-flung travel destinations, and combines them with fresh, local ingredients prepared by our culinary team.

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Nick’s Cove, a coastal sanctuary nestled on the shores of Tomales Bay, is a favorite spot for day trippers and world travelers alike. An abundance of fresh and local tastes delight guests at our casual eatery and bar. The uniquely designed bayside cottages renew body and uplift spirit.

Unwind with us – for a few hours or a few days.

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