The Brookdale Lodge is closed.  Their website says it will open again, but gives no date.

In 2013, Sanjiv Kakka,  the owner of Brookdale Lodge, was sentenced to one year in jail for felony insurance fraud, failure to disclose a worker's injury and other charges.

In the Fall of 2007, the Brookdale Lodge was sold and the new owner, Sanjiv Kakka, changed the name of the hotel to the Brookdale Inn & Spa.

Location
11570 Highway 9, Brookdale, Ca, 95007
Website
http://www.brookdaleinnandspa.com/
Established
1890

Overview

The Brookdale Lodge is a historic, world famous hotel and dining facility, available for travellers as well as those seeking to hold large events. The lodge is located in the woods surrounding Highway 9, away from any city action. The lodge itself provides different types of lodging— standard hotel rooms, honeymoon cottages, suites and two theme rooms. There is also a small cocktail lounge, a pool table, and a larger, seperate stage/live music area. The Lodge has seen its fair share of famous guests, and is also known for ghost sightings. The hotel entrance The cocktail lounge

Dining

The lodge features two separate restaurants, The Brookroom, and the Pancake House and Grill, which is more currently known as the Brookdale Cafe & Grill, or simply as the Brookdale Grill. The pancake house is open for breakfast and lunch, as well as weekend dinners during the high season. The Brookroom, who's giant dining room has Clear Creek running through it, features fine California-style dining with a resident chef. It is only open for nightly dinners and Sunday brunch. The Brookdale Cafe & Grill and other businesses are in this wing The Brookroom James Dean is on one side of the hotel wing

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