Ready to unwind in an oasis of sumptuous style and gracious hospitality? Napa Valley resorts cater to those who want a truly carefree getaway.
Whether you want to treat yourself to luxurious spa treatments or get in a new fitness groove, you'll find the ideal accommodations and amenities right here. The resorts in Napa Valley are extremely popular, so it's a good idea to book reservations well in advance of your stay.
Explore Napa Valley resorts right here before you go.
580 Lommel Road, Calistoga, California * Phone 1-800-942-4220
Calistoga Ranch features 48 luxury lodges nestled amidst 157 acres of picturesque woods. If you're looking for a quiet, get-away-from-it-all oasis, you'll love it here.
Prestigious Auberge is behind this gem, which artfully blends elegance with the natural beauty that's just beyond the expansive cedar decks. In the true spirit of Calistoga, the resort's spa centers around the rejuvenating waters: soothing pools, soaking tubs, private outdoor garden showers and relaxing spa treatments.
875 Bordeaux Way, Napa, California * Phone 707-251-1900
Surround yourself in luxury at the Tuscan-style Meritage Resort. Stroll the walking trails among the estate's vineyards, slip off to the patio for a latté, rev up in the new fitness studio, then unwind in the hot tub.
Wine tasting is a treat in the Estate Cave, which shares the 22,000-sq-ft cave with Spa Terra. This unique, underground spa offers pampering treatments amid tranquil waterfalls, whirlpools and steam grottos. When the sun goes down, head to Siena for Tuscan cuisine.
755 Silverado Trail, Calistoga, California * Phone 866-942-7442
"Spa heaven" describes Solage Calistoga. On premises is the Spa Solage, a must-do destination in itself. Postcard views of the Mayacamas and the Palisades mountains surround this 22-acre eco-friendly resort. Choose from one-room studios to luxury suites.
Grab a bite at Solbar (shown at right), the sleek-and-chic restaurant featuring healthy and hearty dishes.
900 Meadowood Lane, St. Helena, California * Phone 877-963-3646
Meadowood Resort looks like a grand country estate. New England-style lodges, suites and cottages are sprawled across 250 wooded acres, surrounding its guests with privacy.
Want a retreat from the rest of the world? This is it. Tennis courts, a nine-hole golf course, two swimming pools, a full-service spa and fitness facility are just the beginning of the activities. The three-Michelin-star Restaurant at Meadowood is newly reopened after an extensive renovation.
1600 Atlas Peak Road, Napa, California * Phone 707-257-0200
Love a place bustling with activity? This is your spot.
Silverado Resort boasts two championship golf courses that are home to hundreds of club members. Spread across the rolling countryside are 10 swimming pools, 13 tennis courts, jogging trails and bocce ball courts. Step up your game with weight-training and cardio at the spa, or pick from 30 exercise classes including Cardio, Body Sculpting, Stretching, Yoga, Aqua and Step.
When you're ready to wind down, relax in the steam and sauna rooms, outdoor whirlpool -- or choose from a number of therapeutic massages.
1712 Lincoln Avenue, Calistoga, California * Phone 707-942-4913
Twenty-four guest rooms and 18 cottages are sprawled across the 16-acre Indian Springs property, and this beautiful, historic resort is expanding. More accommodations will be added this summer 2014, along with a new restaurant, garden, walking path and yoga studio. Although this resort maintains its get-away-from-it-all serenity, you'll enjoy a big-hotel range of amenities -- big-screen TVs, Wi-Fi, business center and more.
Surrounded by gorgeous mountain views, Indian Springs is blessed with four thermal geysers, producing an ample supply of rich mineral water. Take a dip in the Olympic-sized mineral pool, relax with a massage, get a rejuvenating facial, a volcanic ash mud bath or simply retreat to the poolside Fireplace Lounge.
6462 Washington Street, Yountville, California * Phone 707-967-7900
Luxurious guest rooms and suites are tastefully decorated without being overdone. Four-poster beds, oversized spa tubs, fieldstone fireplaces and fine linens, plus countless little details will make you feel right at home here.
Formerly the Yountville Inn, this completely renovated hotel is already getting a lot of raves...Condé Nast Traveler put Hotel Yountville on its "2011 Hotel Hot List." Perhaps its the hearty farm-to-table breakfasts from the Hopper Creek Kitchen...the outdoor pool where you can relax on your double chaise lounge and enjoy a light lunch and specialty drinks...or Spa Acqua, offering a full menu of pampering treatments that make this resort the ideal place to unwind after a busy day.