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Napa Valley has a wide range of accommodations, from bed & breakfasts to luxurious resorts. There's so much to taste and see there, it's best to stay the night! Find the place that fits your interests and relish the pleasures of wine country.
Best Area to Stay For Bed & Breakfasts
If you're looking for a quiet retreat where comfort and charm collide, a bed & breakfast is the perfect choice. Established in 1998, Chateau de Vie resembles a European country house surrounded by lush greenery and Cabernet Sauvignon vineyards. Get a massage in the garden or take a dip in the 40-foot-long heated pool. 1801 First Luxury Inn's casual elegance will make it feel like your home-away-from-home. Select your own meal times with table-side service and wine hour. No matter what you choose, you're in for a truly exquisite experience.
Best Area to Stay for Families
These resort-style hotels are a perfect fit for families. Enjoy your glass of wine while the kids go for a swim! Westin Verasa Napa is alongside the Napa River. There is a biking trail for those who enjoy outdoor activities. It is also pet-friendly, so you won't need to leave your furry pals at home. Embassy Suites Hotel Napa Valley is just a mile from downtown Napa, making it a perfect gateway to Napa wineries, shopping, and dining. Horseback riding, hot air ballooning, and the Napa Valley Wine Train are just a few of the nearby attractions if you stay at Napa Valley Marriott. For a limited time, Carneros Resort & Spa is offering "Carneros Kids Night," where parents can enjoy date night while their kids partake in an array of games and activities at the resort.
Best Area to Stay for Pets
You can enjoy the wine country with the company of your four-legged friends. While many hotels in Napa Valley are pet-friendly, only the Napa River Inn offers in-room amenities as part of their "Very Important Pet" program to make your pet's stay as relaxing as yours. Qualified pet sitters are also on site to keep your pet entertained while you are out wine tasting. Located just steps away from the Historic Napa Mill, you can also take your pet out for a scenic stroll along the Napa River.
Best Area to Stay for a Luxurious Getaway
Throw on your bathrobe, kick up your feet, and raise a glass! These luxurious resorts have the most upscale amenities and ambiance that visitors can imagine. Silverado Resort & Spa has accommodations ranging from mansion estates to cottage homes, all surrounded by lush greenery and championship golf courses. The Meritage Resort & Spa has a private nine-acre vineyard with walking trails, a lounge with six bowling lanes, and much more just footsteps away from your room. Vista Collina Resort offers unique culinary experiences, featuring in-suite cooking and nine on-site tasting rooms that make wine tasting all the more convenient during your stay.
Best Area to Stay for Fine Dining
While Napa Valley is the home to many casual dining options, it is also renowned for its six Michelin-starred restaurants. Make reservations at exquisite restaurants like The French Laundry, located in Yountville, or La Toque, located in the Westin Verasa Napa. No single ingredient is repeated throughout the meal, making each bite a new surprise. Discover the full list of Michelin-starred restaurants in Napa Valley here.
Best Area to Stay On a Budget
Yes, you can get a taste of Napa without burning your budget. Whether you're celebrating romance or adventure, there are packages that best suit your interests and will help you make the most out of your stay in Napa. Enjoy a one night stay, complete with a hot air balloon ride for two, through Napa Winery Inn's "Up, Up, and Away" package. Want to be rewarded for planning ahead? For a limited time, Calistoga Motor Lodge & Spa is offering savings of up to 25% off of regular rates for advanced reservations.
Best Area to Stay for Poolside Lounging
Take advantage of hotel amenities and bring your wine glass to the pool. Hotels like Las Alcobas and Carneros Resort & Spa are known for their adult-only pools, with panoramic views of surrounding vineyards, making poolside lounging an absolute must. The Auberge du Soleil has shaded terraces that make outdoor wine tasting and dining an effortless experience. For ultimate relaxation, The Archer Hotel has a rooftop deck with semi-private poolside cabanas and a 6-inch-deep water deck that's just enough to dip your toes while admiring the vineyard views.
Best Area to Stay for R&R
Located in Upper Napa Valley, Calistoga Spa Hot Springs is the go-to destination for all of your pampering needs. You can choose from four soothing mineral pools to rejuvenate your mind and body. Other spa offerings include a volcanic ash mud bath and steam room treatments. Indulge in the ultimate spa experience at SENZA Hotel with their "Rendezvous for 2" package that features a two-night stay, a one hour couples massage for two, and a bottle of Napa Valley Cabernet upon arrival.
Best Area to Stay for Outdoor Activities
Napa Valley's warm climate makes every day a great day for outdoor activities. Croquet, swimming, golf, and tennis await on Meadowood Napa Valley's exquisite 250-acre wine country property. You can have a luxurious experience at Hotel Villagio, while having outdoor activities right outside your door, like on-site hot air ballooning and a championship 18-hole golf course.