Hotels in Napa

Besides wine, beautiful landscape, and locally sourced cuisine, a pleasure of any trip wine country are the hotels in Napa. From extravagant luxury properties to quaint inns, there are accommodation options throughout the valley for every type of traveler. The best Napa hotel is for you to decide, and choices include hotels that specialize in heavenly hot springs, award-winning cuisine, golf, destination weddings, or adventure activities such as hiking and biking. If you’re in the market for a splurge, luxury accommodations in Napa provide temptation after temptation. These hotels are luxury as it was intended: for relaxation, romance, and rejuvenation.

Hotels in Napa are often centered on the landscape. Large windows allow plenty of natural light, providing guests with views of the vineyards and orchards. Privacy is respected and deemed important, especially at luxury accommodations in Napa. Some of these properties are designed as individual, free-standing lodges rather than a traditional hotel. For example, the Auberge du Soleil (pictured) is spread over a 33-acre hillside. Individual maisons (cottages) provide all the intimacy couples could ask for. For many, the best Napa hotel is one that offers private outdoor space, and visitors desiring this feature are in luck, as many offer outdoor spaces for dining and relaxation.

Hotels in Napa also specialize in setting the mood. From warm lighting to stone fireplaces, there is always a spot to cozy up by the fire. Carneros Inn provides wood burning fireplaces and al fresco showers in the rooms. There are few better ways to reconnect with nature than through the luxury accommodations in Napa. From a soothing dip in the hot springs to a hike among ancient oaks, these hotels specialize in relaxation induced by nature and complemented by modern amenities. It is no surprise that many of these hotels are popular locations for destination weddings, and Napa Valley is of course a wonderful destination for a honeymoon as well.

The intimacy continues over food and wine. At Calistoga Ranch, guests enjoy locally produced, sustainable ingredients prepared across the menu with inventive dishes. Many luxury accommodations have attracted top chefs from across the country to showcase local ingredients, and pair them masterfully with local wines. While the best Napa hotel is sure boast excellent wine and cuisine, it is really the rooms themselves that make a stay memorable.

Napa Valley encompasses several towns, including the city of Napa, St Helena, Yountville, and Calistoga. Each town has its own set of accommodations, in addition to options found out in the country or near the wineries. Napa is the largest city in the valley, so if you're looking for accommodations in a more lively, urban environment, this is the place to be. Options for hotels in Napa are many and varied, including more high-end options such as the AVIA Napa and the Marriott, both downtown, and lower-priced options like America's Best Value Inn and the TraveLodge.

An easy elegance is found across the board at hotels in Napa. The hospitality of the valley is seen in plush robes, extra living space, and thoughtful touches. The rooms in many hotels are individually decorated, in soft tones and cozy fabrics. The relaxation and laid-back pace of Napa Valley can be found in all accommodation options, from privately owned inns to the most indulgent luxury hotel. Visitors are ensured a pleasant place to rest their heads before a day of wine tours, hot-air balloon rides, and culinary activities.

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