Hotels in Napa Valley
Sophisticated cottages with outdoor showers and decks amid one of the area's most pastoral landscapes: the rural Carneros wine region.
The 1940's roadside-style El Bonita Motel in St. Helena has simple amenities, but at budget-friendly prices and close proximity to nearby wineries. The two-story property includes a small stone patio used for breakfast, as well as a heated pool, Jacuzzi, and an adjoining sauna.
In downtown Yountville, a series of 100-year old train cars that have been converted into overnight rooms that make up the Napa Valley Railway Inn. Bright red in color, there are nine suites within the property and a small shop called the Coffee Caboose that sells morning beverages and pastries.
Northern California has its share of upscale hotels, but this exclusive property—well situated among 157 acres of oak trees and burbling springs—is the epitome of luxury for West Coast nature lovers.
The Leed Gold-certified hotel boasts Solatube tubular skylights.
Within this 23-acre estate (13,000 feet of which houses the Spa Villagio), flowing water pathways, fountains, and Mediterranean-style gardens surround a two-level Tuscan-style villa that holds 112-guestrooms and 26-mini suites.
A Tuscan-style villa in Napa with two guest cottages, a boccie court, indoor and outdoor pizza ovens, walking trails, a small chapel, and a sweeping view of southern Napa Valley, including San Pablo Bay and Mount Diablo.
The 148-year-old, 41-room property offers a geyser-heated pool, old-fashioned mud baths, and retro-chic rooms.
Hip, modern, and family-friendly, Solage (opened in 2007 by Auberge Resorts—the same group behind Auberge du Soleil and Calistoga Ranch) has a laid-back ease that appeals to a wide spectrum of guests.
Located in downtown Calistoga, this hotel has been family-owned and operated since opening in 1969. Renovations were completed in 2011 on the large pool area and included new tiling and an outdoor fireplace.
With just three rooms, the Poetry Inn is one of the most tranquil spaces in the buzzing Napa Valley. Owned by the eponymous founder of the Cliff Lede Vineyards, this intimate inn gets everything right.
This 62-room Napa Valley newcomer is raising the bar on green design. Built almost exclusively from salvaged stone and reclaimed wood, it’s one of four LEED Platinum–certified hotels in the U.S.
This property is now a retreat center.