Hotels in Napa

Whether you prefer a quiet B&B or a large plush hotel—or even a clean but kitschy motel—you can find them all around Napa. If you want the more luxurious accommodations, look at places located in the Napa Valley towns of Rutherford, Yountville, St. Helena, and Calistoga. Find your wine bliss at some of the best hotels in Napa.

The Milliken Creek Inn is an adults-only Napa hotel that started as a 19th-century stagecoach stop on the east bank of the Napa River. The 12 suites combine the aesthetics of British colonial India—Buddhist sculptures and sheer white bed canopies—with black-and-white vineyard photos. Every evening, the inn hosts a complimentary wine tasting, while the turndown service personnel light votive candles and distribute rose petals throughout each guestroom. The Westin Verasa Napa is a more mainstream Napa hotel, located near the Napa River and the Oxbow Public Market, offering beautiful views, and is known for being a great value while also offering an excellent restaurant, La Toque. The Andaz Napa is a sleek boutique Napa hotel with 141 clean-lined rooms, marble tubs, and a buzzy terrace with fire pits and porch swings. The luxe Auberge du Soleil is a Relais & Châteaux hotel in Rutherford, set on a 33-acre olive grove. The bungalow-style rooms have wood floors, separate living rooms, private decks and wood-burning fireplaces; the resort is also known for its fabulous spa.

Sophisticated cottages with outdoor showers and decks amid one of the area's most pastoral landscapes: the rural Carneros wine region.

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.

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.

Ideal for couples, this adults-only inn originated as a 19th-century stagecoach stop on the east bank of the Napa River.