The Most Luxurious Hotels in One of the Best Places to Indulge: Napa Valley



With the country's best wine and the most delicious locally-sourced, Michelin-starred food, and breathtaking scenery, indulgence is essentially Napa's guiding philosophy--one that extends to hotels as well. With a number of gasp-worthy options, there's no better place to check into a highly decadent inn. In the valley, they run the spectrum from bigger and village-style, like the Carneros Inn (which has over-the-top villas) and the Solage Calistoga, to smaller and more intimate spots like the North Block Hotel (formerly the Hotel Luca). They all have expanses of white linens on king-sized beds, high end (and sometimes local) suds in the bathrooms and friendly, attentive staff who want your stay to be as relaxing and stress-free as possible. Many of the hotels have full-service spas with treatments inspired by wine country, glamourous pools (the Solage's is the best) with shady cabanas spread around them. Many have excellent restaurants with well-known chefs and gardens that produce the food on your fork. The best part of all? They all exude such luxury in a calm serene way. They're way too cool to be flashy or overtly over the top; they just get all of the small, important details exactly right. The hardest part may be choosing which one to check in to. 


Set in downtown Yountville, the Villagio Inn and Spa evokes the feel of a Tuscan villa, with gorgeous grounds, manicured lawns, picturesque walkways and murmuring fountains. The staff is especially gracious, making sure that every welcome is...  Read More


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The Hotel Yountville (formerly the Yountville Inn) has just emerged from a multi-year overhaul bright, shiny and luxuriously new. Its rooms are airy and spacious, the service is friendly and while its a relatively small hotel, the layout makes...  Read More


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Hotel Luca

This downtown Yountville hotel, formerly called Hotel Luca, got a fresh new name and new look in in early 2012. Now the North Block Hotel, this boutique establishment is modern and comfortable, with kind of an industrial-chic vibe. The rooms are...  Read More


Calistoga Ranch
Photo courtesy of Calistoga Ranch


Nature is pure and evident in nearly every detail at the Calistoga Ranch, however a stay there is far from roughing it. Views are incorporated as seamlessly as the natural textiles used in each room and the carefully selected artwork. One- and...  Read More


With only twelve rooms, Milliken Creek Inn and Spa is a cozy, luxurious retreat perched next to the Napa River just east of downtown. The staff manages to hit exactly the right note between gracious and relaxed, providing suggestions for guests...  Read More


Meadowood is likely more well-known for its restaurant (it has three Michelin Stars, just like the French Laundry) than its beautifully appointed rooms, however they shouldn't be overlooked. Attention to detail is paramount and pervasive at this...  Read More


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Bardessono is one of only three LEED Platinum certified hotels in the United States, and their commitment to sustainability (built from salvaged wood and non-toxic materials, organic linen, cleaning and spa products) is implicit, and organically...  Read More


Nearly everything about this boutique hotel is transportive. With "Pleasure is Healing" as their philosophy, they take the quality of your stay very seriously. Set into more than thirty acres of olive groves, Auberge du Soleil feels very much...  Read More


The Carneros Inn is nestled within twenty-seven acres of its own vineyards and apple orchards. Accommodations come in the form of eighty-six cottages, each with its own private patio and outdoor space. This 'village style' set-up allows guests...  Read More


Solage Calistoga


At the Solage Calistoga, so many things are simply perfect. They have 83 rooms and six suites, all luxurious and newly updated in warm woods with pebble floor showers and locally-made toiletries. The spa, which CondeNast Traveler named #1 in the...  Read More


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Meet Brooke Lewy

Brooke moved to California for the food. After spending the last two years getting her masters in international affairs, she realized that there’s nothing she loves better than bringing people...  More About Brooke

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