A mere 30 miles long and just a few miles wide, Napa Valley may be small but it is packed to the brim with delectable experiences. After long days of eating, sipping, and savoring every last drop, the place where you tuck in at night for rest and relaxation needs to check off all your must-haves. Whether you’re searching for the charming comforts of a bed & breakfast or an amenity-rich resort, we’ve got you covered.
Napa Valley Lodge
2230 Madison St
Yountville, CA 94599
: 4.5 stars; 1,246 reviews
Located in the quaint town of Yountville, Napa Valley Lodge has the quintessential rustic feel with luxury details that has defined Northern California hotels. With fine dining from first-class chefs down the street and surrounding wineries to tour and explore, there is no shortage of activities to activate your tastebuds. The hotel also features bocce ball, pool cabanas, spa treatments, and fire pits to ensure maximum, on-site relaxation and fun.
Wake up on time for their complimentary, champagne breakfast. Before you book your trip, make sure to check their package specials which can save you money on daily rates as well as offer adventure incentives for hot air ballooning, winery touring, and spa retreats.
1600 Atlas Peak Rd
Napa, CA 94558
: 4 stars; 3,400 reviews
Only a stone’s throw from a handful of amazing wineries, featuring two champion golf courses, and less than 5 miles from downtown Napa, this Napa Valley hotel is known for being a private getaway in the center of it all. An epic, heated, outdoor pool, tennis courts with Pro staff, and 360 views of the Napa Valley make this hotel an exceptional getaway from the everyday.
If golf is your sport and you’re planning to play a couple rounds, be sure to make a pit stop by the Snack Shacks located on either course and enjoy their “burger dog”. This fairway fare is based off the very same offering at the world-famous Olympic Club.
Wine Country Inn
1152 Lodi Ln
St Helena, CA 94574
: 4.5 stars; 1,006 reviews
Nestled among the hills of St. Helena, Wine Country Inn is a secluded bed and breakfast in Napa Valley with romantic grounds and picturesque views. This idyllic getaway is perfect for those looking for an intimate stay somewhere more remote, but still within a 10 minute car ride from all of the excitement of downtown.
Every night the B&B offers a wine and cheese happy hour (featuring local wines, of course) and a chance to mingle with fellow guests.
4066 Howard Ln
Napa, CA 94558
: 4.5 stars; 640 reviews
One of the more newly-renovated, Napa Valley hotels, SENZA has all of the personal touches of a cozy B&B with luxurious amenities and elegant style. A boutique hotel in Napa, you can enjoy a list of excellent spa options and a daily continental breakfast. Be sure to ask for additional recommendations in the area from the Hall family for local drinking and dining options.
Don’t worry about adding extra weight to your luggage after your tastings, SENZA’s helpful front desk staff can arrange shipping for any of your wine purchases.
Brannan Cottage Inn
109 Wappo Ave
Calistoga, CA 94515
: 5 stars; 133 reviews
If you’re looking for Calistoga accommodations that are entirely delightful and filled with historic charm, find yourself at this Napa Valley hotel. Brannan Cottage was built in 1860 and voted one of USA Today’s Top 10 Romantic Napa Valley Places to Stay. The beautiful Victorian home has an extensive back story and a visit takes you back in time, but with updated amenities, attractive interiors, and sweet details highlighting its colorful past.
For a personalized touch, be sure to ask the Inn’s manager, Eden, for added insight into where to eat, drink, and be merry in Calistoga.
1314 McKinstry St
Napa, CA 94559
: 4 stars; 1,333 reviews
One of the more centrally-located hotels in Napa Valley, the Westin Verasa offers hospitality expected of the international hotel chain. While it’s centrally located, the hotel boasts a fitness studio, bocce courts, and in-room spa for those looking to relax on site. The property is also just steps to the bustling riverbank area of downtown Napa, so there’s no shortage of dining options, wine bars, or shopping experiences to explore.
If you’re traveling with your family or a small group, book a one or two bedroom suite that includes a kitchen, dining area, and living room for added comforts of home.