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posted 06-22-2011 12:18 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for cabgirl     Edit/Delete Message
Have no idea what your budget is...

As mentioned by other posters, you can't go wrong if you pick a resort/hotel in the town of Yountville. And many of them have spas on site. But if not, you could also day spa at Spa Villagio - they also have Girl Getaway packages (http://villagio.com/specials/)

A medley of superb restaurants are all around and in walking distance, a few boutique shops, and of course wine tasting. Also, a few places actually stay open late - some tasting rooms open til 8 or 9pm. And the restaurant Bouchon stays open til 12 midnight or 1 am.

Though some other good options would be - Carneros Inn. And Silverado Resort in Napa which also boasts Girl Getaway packages (http://napavalley.com/cgi-bin/umbrella_specials.cgi?primary_key=1018987083-7394:0)

Hope this helps!


posted 05-13-2011 01:24 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Hawkeye   Click Here to Email Hawkeye     Edit/Delete Message
Hi Marlin,

Us husbands do get it right once in a while, don't we? Damombo's suggestion of Yountville is a good one. I think in Yountville there are 8-10 amazing tasting rooms all within walking distance, not to mention more Michelin rated restaurants per square foot than almost anywhere on this planet.

We have stayed at the Yountville Hotel (before construction when it was the Yountville Inn). I would guess that the construction was done in style. Also, I understand that the Villagio Inn and Villagio Inn & Spa would be very nice.

Many of the spa treatments are headquartered in Calistoga at the top of the valley. You will not find the fancy hotels up there but the Stevenson Manor Best Western is very comfortable and a cut above the normal BW. There are some "spa hotels" up there, but be wary, some of them are not very nice.

Hope your wife and friends have a very special time . . . just make sure that she throws a couple extra bottles in the luggage to bring home to you.

You can check out the lodging in Yountville at http://napavalley.com/lodging/yountville.html to check out Calistoga, just substitute calistoga for Yountville. Neither of these town has much of a nightlife, for that you would need to house them in Napa.

[This message has been edited by Hawkeye (edited 05-13-2011).]


posted 05-12-2011 02:57 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for damombo   Click Here to Email damombo     Edit/Delete Message
Look at the hotels in Yountville. The ladies would have plenty to do in Yountville without having to go very far. The hotel spa, the great restaurants in walking distance, great tasting rooms and even shopping, all in walking distance. Go to wincountry.com and check out the listings for Yountville. And you are a very wonderful husband


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posted 05-12-2011 11:30 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Madmarlin   Click Here to Email Madmarlin     Edit/Delete Message
Hello all. I am thinking of putting together a getaway weekend for my wife and a couple of her friends for her 40th next January. Where to start? Well, I am looking for some suggestions on where to stay, or at least where to start digging and looking and researching. Any info would be greatly appreciated. I do know it would be more of a spa-type weekend with some wine tasting and such, too. Low on the physical activities and more about relaxation.


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