An independently owned, 1920s charmer along Old Town’s main street.
At this European-style hotel (dating back to the 1920s), guests will find themselves in the heart of Temecula’s Old Town. However, such convenience comes with a drawback. Only two of the ten rooms have private bathrooms (as well as kitchenettes); for everyone else, the bathroom and shower are down the hall. All accommodations include cable television and either a queen and twin bed, a single queen bed or two full beds. On the plus side, the hotel is home to Temecula House of Wine, a shop offering a lengthy selection of wines from the Temecula Valley wine region. Located near a variety of shops, galleries, restaurants, performing arts theaters, museums and, most importantly, wineries, the Palomar Inn Hotel is a historically charming property that's perfect for those who don't mind cozy quarters.