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Napa Valley Reservations
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posted 03-21-2011 11:46 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Napa Valley Reservations   Click Here to Email Napa Valley Reservations     Edit/Delete Message
Napa Valley Reservations can help you find the lodging you are looking for. We are a local company in Napa. Our reservation professionals live in the area and have actually seen the properties we represent, which means no more generic, inaccurate descriptions. NVR works hard to offer the best rates in Napa Valley, but we’re also here to find you accommodations you’ll love.call 707-252-1985

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yesilovewine
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posted 03-09-2011 03:56 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for yesilovewine     Edit/Delete Message
Oh! he's in the mini-mini category, then. Lovely! Gosh I miss those days- they are so portable then.
I wondered because there are some fun things for young children to do in Sonoma, but your sprout is still a mite young for those yet.
By the way, I did post to you on the Sonoma board with ideas, but it seems you may have decided on Napa afterall. That's great, too.
Just have fun!

[This message has been edited by yesilovewine (edited 03-09-2011).]

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jensmith
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posted 03-09-2011 11:57 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for jensmith   Click Here to Email jensmith     Edit/Delete Message
He's 7 months in a week, Yesilovewine.

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yesilovewine
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posted 03-09-2011 10:26 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for yesilovewine     Edit/Delete Message
Jen, how old is your 'little one'?

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jensmith
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posted 03-09-2011 09:44 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for jensmith   Click Here to Email jensmith     Edit/Delete Message
THANK YOU SO MUCH Cabgirl! We're totally going to stay where you suggested!

Now, which activities/vineyards would you reccomend we visit? We'll have my little one (so we're hoping to just do a lot of walking and maybe wine tastings (one of us will always be 100% sober of course) and do some other fun wine related activities. I want to give my family a very 'Napa/Sonoma' experience that won't break the bank, so any free activities you think of are always welcome, too!
Jen

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cabgirl
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posted 03-08-2011 04:14 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for cabgirl     Edit/Delete Message
Hello Jen,
I would recommend staying at Vino Bello Resort. They have incredibly affordable rates and have restaurant, pool, and spa onsite. It's maybe 5 to 7 minutes away from downtown Napa which has a host of restaurants and wine tasting rooms. They have a special running for April (25% off lowest rates - which start at $135). Go to this url - http://www.shellhospitality.com/hotels/vino_bello_resort/winecountry.html?chebs

I like the rooms, the huge bathroom and tub. I think it's great and especially at their typically low price points.

Also, if you stay at Vino Bello or anywhere in downtown Napa, you'll be able to go between Napa and Sonoma more easily if you plan on visiting both regions which I would totally recommend! No need to limit yourself to just one region!

Though it might be helpful for the board to know what your price range is per night for accommodations too!

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yesilovewine
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posted 03-08-2011 03:46 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for yesilovewine     Edit/Delete Message
Hi Jen. I'm sure there will be lots of replies to you here. I browse over here frequently, but am really more familiar with Sonoma. Since I don't want to appear to be trying to poach on Napa's board, I'll run some suggestions up for you on the Sonoma side. ok?

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jensmith
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posted 03-08-2011 12:24 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for jensmith   Click Here to Email jensmith     Edit/Delete Message
My mom, sister, mother-in-law and I are coming to Napa or Sonoma in late April for a few days (Thursday - Sunday). Can anyone reccomend a cost effective place to stay? We don't care if it's a B&B or a hotel, we just want somewhere clean and reasonably close to the vineyards, dining and things to do. WE're trying to decide if we should do Napa or Sonoma. I've heard you get more for your money in Sonoma. Any thoughts and/or suggestions?

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Napa Valley Reservations
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posted 11-17-2010 01:08 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Napa Valley Reservations   Click Here to Email Napa Valley Reservations     Edit/Delete Message
Napa Valley Reservations can help you find the lodging you are looking for. We are a local company in Napa. Our reservation professionals live in the area and have actually seen the properties we represent, which means no more generic, inaccurate descriptions. There is no charge for this service! Call (800) 251-6272.

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foodiste
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posted 11-16-2010 12:02 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for foodiste     Edit/Delete Message
Carrie,
Sounds like an exciting trip worthy of some sexy digs. If you want to stay somewhere walking distance to restaurants (highly recommended, makes dinner much more fun), definitely check out the AVIA Hotel in downtown Napa, the rooms are beautiful and amenities are unbeatable in that location. Yountville also has several great places right on the main restaurant row--Yountville Inn as someone already suggested, or for a truly fabulous experience, the Bardessono resort. Not sure of your price range though. Hope this helps.

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Petite Syrah
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posted 09-08-2010 02:42 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Petite Syrah     Edit/Delete Message
Hi Carrie,

Check out the new AVIA Hotel in Napa. Perfect for celebrating your aniversary!!!

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jallen
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posted 09-04-2010 05:30 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for jallen   Click Here to Email jallen     Edit/Delete Message
The Bel Abri is not a B AND B..It is not an Inn of French..it is a Holiday Inn with big furniture and crown molding..the view is the industrial automotive repair shop next door..the food is delivered from somewhere in white cardboard boxes..if you can call Honey Bunches of O'S food..yes that was one of the choices you had to "check off",,like in a hospital..wine was from local grocery store..cheese cubed from Costco..man at the desk sooo rude..false advertising..dont go there

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Hawkeye
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posted 08-24-2010 10:46 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Hawkeye   Click Here to Email Hawkeye     Edit/Delete Message
Hi Carrie,
You didn't indicate how long you would be staying or what nights. Sunday through Thursday nights are "bargain" nights in the Napa area, if there are such things.

Two places we stay consistently are the Stevenson Manor Best Western Inn in Calistoga. From here you can go down Hwy 29, down the Silverado Trail, West to Somoma, or N. W. to Healdsburg. This is not the typical BW but above scale. Get an upstairs fireplace room and you will have a very nice room.

The other highly recommended hotel is the Yountville Inn in Yountville. It is definitely above scale in both decor and price. We usually reserve this place when they have bargains listed on their website. April may be one of those times. Lots of good restaurants in Yountville as well as wineries.

However, no matter what I say, listen to Cabgirl, she knows the area well. Have a great time celebrating your anniversary.

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CarrieFisher73
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posted 08-24-2010 10:23 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for CarrieFisher73   Click Here to Email CarrieFisher73     Edit/Delete Message
I just need input on what location to start with. What area do you like, and why?

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cabgirl
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posted 08-24-2010 10:08 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for cabgirl     Edit/Delete Message
Hi Carrie,
There are so many places in Napa Valley that would fall in the category of "nice resort, or small upscale hotel". Do you have a budget in mind? And are you only looking at Calistoga or Napa for places to stay?

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CarrieFisher73
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posted 08-24-2010 09:24 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for CarrieFisher73   Click Here to Email CarrieFisher73     Edit/Delete Message
We are coming out to Napa Valley in April - our first time. Celebrating 10 yrs of marriage...leaving kids home!! Don't know where to begin in terms of location. We plan to select a nice resort, or small upscale hotel. Napa, Calistoga? Advice??

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