“You don’t need to go far to explore Napa if you stay at this eco-chic resort located in downtown Yountville. So many great wineries and restaurants are within walking distance (handy when you’re a bit tipsy), and we had fun borrowing the resort’s carbon fiber bikes to explore the area. Almost everything at the hotel, whether it is the rooms or the food, is organic or sustainable and sourced within a 100-mile radius. We live in California, and this matters to us, but I think it’s also a unique aspect to appreciate. The spacious guest rooms are designed in muted colors, and feature a fireplace and outdoor space. The staff provides flawless service; we were impressed and grateful. Before you hit the town in the evening, the hotel’s rooftop pool terrace (with a 75 foot lap pool overlooking two mountain ranges) makes for quite the setting – with that beautiful evening light, you can take it all in.”
- Trusted Friend: Trevor Quinn, Palo Alto
(Date Experienced: January 2015)
This is the perfect place for the wine and food connoisseur.
Best with a partner or group of wine and foodie friends.
The first night we had dinner at the on-site restaurant, Lucy Restaurant & Bar, where we loved the 5-course tasting menu with paired wines - definitely a highlight from our trip.
Best time to go
Napa Valley is gorgeous year-round. It was 70 degrees yesterday and there were hotels guests at the pool…. I would say ‘Napa Valley is one of those locations, that year-around there are world-class festivals and activities.
The spa is extremely small, however the hotel is known for its in-room massage areas for treatments in the privacy of your guest room. Spa butlers prepare the room for your treatment and after you can relax as long as you wish without ever leaving your room.
All weekends have a two or three-night minimum.
Rooms begin at $475 for one night mid-week in off-season up and start at $1,000 per night on weekends in peak season.