Napa Valley, California
An Auberge Resort
What it is
A boutique ranch that blends the best of nature and luxury.
What it isn't
A good choice for someone who doesn’t want to spend a majority of their time outside.
What we think
One of the most unique features about this hotel is how much it integrates the 157 acres of natural landscape that surround it. For your private lodge (one of 50), this means a stylish outdoor living room and a bath garden with a private outdoor rain shower. For the rest of this hotel, it means stone and wood buildings that blend seamlessly with the surroundings and floor-to-ceiling windows that will fool you into thinking that you’re outside regardless of where you are on the property. These features make it a great choice for people who want to be immersed in nature without ever forgetting that they’re staying at an exclusive five-star hotel. When you’ve had your fill of spa-ing, hiking and wine-blending (among other activities), you can borrow a Mercedez-Benz from the hotel’s fleet and explore the rest of what Napa Valley has to offer.
You're here because
You want to escape to a gorgeous natural setting without giving up any of the luxury amenities you’re accustomed to.
Taking in a fresh forest scent and lush green views as you hop into an outdoor shower in your private bath garden.
Restaurants & Bars
The Lakehouse - Napa Valley Style under the direction of chef Bryan Moscatello
The Lakehouse Lounge
The hotel offers a number of family-friendly activities including children's crafts, wildlife exploration, and trails for hiking and biking. Also, try the Safari West tour where you can explore animals in their natural habitat up-close and personal.
Because it’s set on over 150 acres of land in Calistoga, it’s not too close to anything and is likely where you’ll be spending most of your stay.