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The Murphys Historic Hotel features 29 rooms, 9 of which are in the original historic building, which was built in 1856 and is recognized by the California Senate as the "Oldest Continuously Operated Hotel in The State, celebrating its 157th Anniversary on August 20, 2013." and is a registered National Landmark. The remaining 20 rooms are our modern lodge rooms, located directly adjacent to the Historic Hotel. Check out time is 11:00 AM and check in is at 3:00 PM. The hotel's terms and conditions may be found here.

*SPECIAL EVENT RATES please call or email for pricing.

Modern Lodge Rooms and Mini-Suites          

These charming rooms are directly adjacent to the original building. They are split up between our single story building built in the 1950's and the two-story wing building built in the 1970's.  They are reffered to as modern rooms because all rooms have modern amenities including televisions, Wi-Fi, telephones, alarm clocks as well as a private restroom in each room. Coffee service is available in the lobby at 7:00 AM.  The historic theme is apparent in our decor. Our modern mini-suites are extra large for guest comfort, located with views of Main Street

Rooms 301-308 Single Story Building

NEW  Deluxe Single Queen Room (Rooms 307 and 308)
These newly renovated rooms featured in the TV show "Hotel Hell" include a single queen sized bed and are equipped with modern amenities.  The building is closest to the original building perpendicular to the lawn/garden/patio area of the propertyy.
Rates:
Please call or email for pricing.
Single Queen Room (Rooms 301-306)
Room includes a single queen sized bed and is equipped with modern amenities.  The building is closest to the original building perpendicular to the lawn/garden/patio area of the property.
Rates:
$90.00 Midweek $129.00 Weekend

Rooms 101-206 Two Story Building

Main Street Mini-Suite
Room includes a single king bed and a single queen bed.  There are also two seating areas with a larger television and is equipped with modern amenities including a love seat, mini refrigerator and microwave.  The building is furthest from the original building and this room is located on the first level.
Rates:
$109.00 Midweek $149.00 Weekend  
 
Gold Country Mini-Suite
Room includes a two queen size beds with two sitting areas and a large flat screen television and is equipped with modern amenities including private balcony access, a mini refrigerator and microwave.  The building is furthest from the original building and this room is located on the second level.
Rates:
$109.00 Midweek $149.00 Weekend  
 
Single King Room
Room includes a single king sized bed and is equipped with modern amenities.  The building is furthest from the original building and is available on both levels of the building.
Rates:
$99.00 Midweek $139.00 Weekend  

 

Dual Double Room
Room includes two double size beds and is equipped with modern amenities.  The building is furthest from the original building and is available on both levels of the building..
Rates:
$90.00 Midweek $129.00 Weekend  

Historic Rooms and Suitess

Our historic hotel rooms are furnished with authentic period antiques and have been occupied by such notables as Mark Twain, Black Bart, Susan B. Anthony, John Wayne, Sunny Ficus, and President Ulysses S. Grant. Each room features one or two double bed(s) and vanity. To maintain the historic ambience of the hotel, the historic rooms do not include televisions, telephones, alarm clocks  and the shared bathrooms and showers are down the hallway. Coffee sercie is available in the lobby daily at 7:00 AM.

Rooms 9-19: The Historic Rooms

 

Room 12: The Ullysses S Grant Presidential Room
Ulysses S Grant was the 18th President of the United States from 1868-1876.  He stayed at the Murphys Hotel in 1880.  His visit was during his venture out west to find new investments after a world tour and a failed bid for a third term.  The room features a 19th century coal stove, the original bedframe, the barber chair used when he visited, and California's second oldest piano.  Most recently, it was given a makeover on the TV show "Hotel Hell".
Rates:
Please call or email for pricing.
 
Room 9: The Thomas Lipton Room
Thomas Lipton was the founder of Lipton Tea.  He stayed here in 1880.  He was born in Glasgow but had come to the United States to make his fortune by expanding his company with the slogan "Directly from the tea gardens to the teapot."   This room is reputed to be the most paranormally active room in the hotel.
Rates:
$90.00 Midweek $119.00 Weekend  

 

Room 10: The JJ Astor Roomm
John Jacob Astor IV was the great grandson of fur trader and real estate mogul John Jacob Astor I. He helped build the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York. He died in the RMS Titanic sinking in 1912.  He stayed here in 1878.  This room features a single double bed and front balcony access.
Rates:
$90.00 Midweek $119.00 Weekend  

 

Room 11: The Samuel Pillsbury Roomm
Samuel Pillsbury was the founder of Pillsbury, Inc.  He stayed here in 1867.  This room features a single double bed and balcony access.
Rates:
$90.00 Midweek $119.00 Weekend  
 
Room 14:  The William Randolph Hearst Roomm
William Hearst was a newspaper publisher for the San Francisco examiner and later the New York Journal.  He was elected three times for the House of representatives. His media empire still exists to present day and is known as the Hearst Corporation.  He visited in1878.  This room features a single double bed.
Rates:
$90.00 Midweek $119.00 Weekend  
Room 15: The Daniel Webster Roomm
Daniel Webster ran for the Presidency three times.  He did succeed in becoming the 14th and 19th Secretary of State. He visited in 1878.  This room features two double beds and side balcony access.
Rates:
$90.00 Midweek $119.00 Weekend  
 
Room 16: The J. Piermoint Morgan Roomm
JP Morgan was a high society financier and banker.  His company of the same name later merged to become General Electric.  He also financed the White Star Line when it built it's Olympic Class passenger liners, most notably the RMS Titanic, on which fellow guest John Jacob Astor perished.  He visited in 1869.  This room features a single double bed.
Rates:
$90.00 Midweek $119.00 Weekend  
 
Room 18: The John Crocker Roomm
John Crocker was a British veteran of both world wars and other battles.  During D-Day he was charged with the task of holding two beaches in Normandy, and to get to nazi-occupied Caen, France.  He visited in 1973, having been retired for some time from the post of Chief of the Imperial General Staff.  This room featured high cielings and a single double bed.
Rates:
$90.00 Midweek $119.00 Weekend  
Room 19:  The Mark Twain Roomm
Samuel Clemens - known primarily as author Mark Twain - wrote many short stories and novels which have remained famous to this day.  Besides being an author and adventurer, Samuel Clemens was also an inventor.  He stayed here in 1877.  This room features high ceilings and two double beds.
Rates:
$90.00 Midweek $119.00 Weekend  


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