Yountville Hotels

Visitors are drawn to the culinary capital of Napa Valley to experience its range of cuisine. Yountville has been attracting wine-lovers and foodies alike for its combination of quality restaurants and luxury inns. With close proximity to the Old Faithful geyser and home to a hot-air balloon company, Yountville is a popular place for a home base while exploring the Napa Valley, and Yountville hotels are part of the pleasure of visiting this section of Northern California.

One of the most anticipated hotel openings in Northern California history took place in February 2009. A newcomer to Yountville lodging, Bardessono Hotel (pictured) has raised the stakes. Besides its claim to being the greenest hotel in America, Bardessono also provides guests with a streamlined luxury experience. This begins in one of the elegant 62 rooms and continues in the spa and restaurant. Hotels in Yountville are popular locations for destination weddings, and Bardessono is no exception. It also makes a wonderful place to start your honeymoon once the wedding is over.

Another popular Yountville lodging option is the Villagio Inn. A Mediterranean-style spa sets the atmosphere for relaxation, while private patios and balconies set the mood for romance. Like any of the best Yountville hotels, the Villagio Inn is focused on providing a blend of outdoor and indoor space to ensure relaxation and intimacy. The hospitality of Yountville extends beyond its luxury properties and is found in cozy inns as well. These hotels in Yountville may lack a sunken-jacuzzi tub or plush robes, but they make up for it in personality and comfort.

Charismatic inns and fine food have come to define this town in Napa Valley. With a range of restaurants from French to classic California cuisine to Italian, there is an option for every palate. Yountville hotels are also known for their breakfasts. The most important meal of the day is even more essential on days that are spent tasting wines and touring local wineries such as Trefethen, Castello di Amorosa, or Robert Mondavi. The Vintage Inn in Yountville is known for its breakfast spread and helpful staff. With all the options for restaurants, locals become the best source of information on where to eat and how to get a table; this insider information is one bonus of choosing Yountville lodging.

The lovely bed and breakfasts in the area are excellent places to stay during a Napa vacation, offering comfortable, homey accommodations, excellent food, and plenty of helpful advice from the owners on the best area attractions. Yountville has its own set of B&Bs to please almost any traveler, so whether you choose to stay at Lavender, Oleander House, or one of the other fine options, you're sure to be pleased with the intimate atmosphere.

The John Muir Inn is a favorite for affordable hotels in Yountville, and it grants access to Napa for those on a budget. Guests praise traditional touches at this hotel, such as real keys versus keycards and a welcome packet of information on the neighboring areas and things to do in Napa Valley. For people looking for a place to rest their head after a long day of wine tasting, there are options for comfortable, clean inns in Yountville to suit almost any budget. If you’re looking for a splurge, there are plenty of hotel options for an indulgent visit to the Napa Valley.

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