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When you're in town for a wedding, there really isn't any time to do anything but whatever is related to that wedding. While I was excited for my friend on his big day, I was a bit disappointed that I would not have the time needed to Marin County, California, as I had only heard overwhelmingly positive things about it for years now. Therefore, I was actually a bit excited when I got the text on my phone early Monday morning that my flight was canceled and that I would not be flying home until 24 hours later. I had to check out of the resort where the wedding was, but other than that I was all set on arrangements as I already had a rental car and would just extend that contract by another day.

I needed a Marin County hotel, and I needed it immediately. There are a lot of places where I can search for hotels in the area, but this was a process that could take hours. At least that's what I thought until I used HotelTonight. Almost immediately, I was looking at a plethora of choices for Marin County hotels on the app. I took a quick look at the options, chose one and booked it – just like that. I jumped into my car, said goodbye to my friends and headed to my new Marin County hotel. When I arrived, the staff gave me all kinds of information regarding what I should do that day to see the area. I was off on my one-day adventure in a beautiful place.

Mill Valley

Like most places in Marin County, Mill Valley is a small community of about 14,000 people. As soon as you pull into town, you realize you're in a funky, unique place where people are welcoming and not afraid to make their own statements to the world. I parked and walked around, and then I strolled through a square where it seemed that artwork had come to live together. There were galleries and the like but there were also artists. The town almost seemed like a forgotten European enclave where people did what they wanted in harmony and happiness. What a neat place.

Tomales Bay

Tomales Bay was my next stop, and for a short time it seemed as though my stop would occur in water. Tomales Bay is really an inlet that stems off of the Pacific Ocean. This is a place where people come and stay because they want some peace and quiet, although they're also going to get up close and personal with nature. I got out and hiked a bit on a nearby path, I took a look at some ships that were dotting the water and I grabbed a quick coffee. This was a place to come to recharge your batteries, and I felt completely recharged.

Corte Madera

Marin County is basically a group of small towns. Corte Madera, my next stop on my journey, is home to fewer than 10,000 permanent residents. There was a touch of modernity here, though, as there was a mall that housed all of the same types of shops that you'd see anywhere else. However, there were also a lot of local shops around for those who want to patronize this type of business instead. What Corte Madera had, which was important to me at the time, was a lot of restaurants. I picked one based on the recommendation of a local person I asked, and she steered me in the right direction. Everything was fresh, tasty and filling. I was happy.


Tiburon is another community with fewer than 10,000 residents. One of the first things I noticed, yet again today, was how friendly everyone was. Whoever I encountered and whatever I asked, I got a friendly, honest answer. I also took some time to just stand and enjoy the incredible views of the bay from almost wherever I was standing. I walked around some more to work on that lunch a bit, talked to a few more folks and decided to keep rolling to my last stop for the day.


Sausalito was my last stop, and it provides a different look at the surrounding landscape as its elevation, based on what I read, is 13 feet above sea level. This is another small town but it's also big on beauty, and I was told it attracted a lot of tourists on the weekends. I walked through downtown and realized I was hungry again after all that walking and fresh air. I found a local place and had some of the most amazing seafood I had ever tasted. It was great to be there, but it was also time to head back to my hotel.

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As I drove back to my hotel, I thought about the day. Marin County is a place that a lot of people have not heard of, and I thought that perhaps this was a good thing. These are pure, small and happy communities that present a warm welcome to those who do come there. I was also thankful that I was going back to such a comfortable hotel room. It seemed like a long time ago that I was wondering just how I was going to find a Marin County hotel, but HotelTonight took care of that in short order. I was happy I found them. I was happy I saw Marin County. I was happy to drift off into a deep and satisfied sleep.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many hotels are in Marin County?

There are 18 hotels in Marin County available from Hotel Tonight.

What are most popular hotels in Marin County?

Among our most booked hotels in Marin County are:
The Lodge at Tiburon
93% of HT bookers liked it
Inn Marin
90% of HT bookers liked it
Casa Madrona
100% of HT bookers liked it

What are the best hotels in Marin County?

Some of the top rated HotelTonight hotels in Marin County are:
Casa Madrona
100% of HT bookers liked it
San Anselmo Inn
95% of HT bookers liked it
The Lodge at Tiburon
93% of HT bookers liked it

How much is a hotel room in Marin County?

In the last 30 days, HotelTonight prices in Marin County have been as low as $79.16, though the average room costs closer to $224.42 per night.

What is the cheapest time to go to Marin County?

Our hotels prices have varied throughout the year from $174.04 to $250.7 On average, we've seen the cheapest room prices in December

Which hotels in Marin County have a pool?

There are 7 hotels with pools in Marin County. Some of them are:
The Lodge at Tiburon
93% of HT bookers liked it
Inn Marin
90% of HT bookers liked it