Auberge du Soleil offers cozy luxury along with a view overlooking the Napa
Valley. Inspired by the Mediterranean, the Auberge Resort Napa features
warm tones, original contemporary art, and private outdoor spaces. Guests may
be initially attracted to this hotel for its view, spa packages, or restaurant,
but they return for the fine details. At the Auberge du Soleil, fresh fruit
is replenished daily in rooms, espresso machines make guests feel right at home,
and a mini-bar is stocked with complimentary snacks and drinks. Plush robes
and slippers make it easy to enjoy a movie on the plasma TV, or quiet night
on the private terrace.
The rooms, or maisons, as they're called, are scattered across a 33-acre hillside in the Napa Valley. This olive grove provides privacy to the rooms. More than twenty years ago, the Auberge du Soleil restaurant opened its doors to great acclaim. Soon to be a Northern California favorite, this restaurant has now begun a new chapter. The Inn of the Sun has undergone a complete renovation, including a new chef and new amenities. The blend of sophistication and elegance of Auberge du Soleil has now been modernized. Since 1985, the Auberge Resort Napa has delivered an informal elegance to visitors of Napa.
The Auberge du Soleil restaurant opened its doors in 1981 to fulfill the dream of San Francisco restaurateur Claude Rouas. He wanted to create a tribute to his beloved Provence, France, in the heart of Napa. His locally sourced cuisine had a distinct French influence and was an instant hit with both locals and tourists. The resort followed after the success of the restaurant, opening in 1985. When the Auberge resort Napa opened, a European influence was immediately felt as well. Critics compared the secluded location, elegance of design, and focus on cuisine to great European hotels.
Today this legend continues at the modern Auberge du Soleil restaurant. For more than twenty years this restaurant has provided a fine culinary destination to people exploring the Napa Valley. Seasonal ingredients of the valley will be seen across innovative menus. Wine pairings are the center of any Napa dining experience, and the Auberge du Soleil restaurant will not disappoint in this department. If you’re looking for a special intimate dining experience, reserve La Pagode. This private dining experience provides a romantic setting for dinner for two, among the olive grove and vineyard. This package is available only to guests of the resort, though the restaurant itself is open to all.
After an intimate dinner, continue the indulgence over the course of your stay with the spa. A 7,000-square-foot stucco building is home to the spa of the Auberge resort, overlooking the Napa Valley. The philosophy’ of the resort features natural ingredients in all facial and body treatments. After your spa experience, relax by the fireplace in your suite or take in the view of the valley as the sun sets. Guests can sleep soundly knowing that the hotel practices ecological awareness and is continually taking steps to become even more green.