Napa Valley Living...
More than 400 wineries spread across the fertile soils of Napa Valley, one of the world’s premier viticultural regions. But wine, as visitors quickly discover, is but on part of what makes Napa Valley great. Stay in lavish resorts, alluring bed & breakfasts or exquisite hotels. Find top-rated chefs at a variety of restaurants who work alongside the farmers who tend this land. Soar above the valley on a hot air balloon ride or taste the vintages of the valley on a wine tour. Whatever your pleasure, the result is something understated and exceptional.
Napa is the largest of Napa Valley’s five towns, and is conveniently located just an hour north of San Francisco and an hour south of Sacramento. This town offers an impressive diversity of food and activities. Check out the unexpected blend of urban activity – interactive street art, food trucks, and vibrant night life – combined with quaint Napa Valley character – a quiet river walk, hidden tasting rooms, and a lively farmers’ market.
Where you sleep in Napa goes above and beyond finding a place to rest your head. Stay at SENZA Hotel, a contemporary hotel with scenic vineyards views that offers fabulous perks with each stay. Discover Downtown Napa and all the restaurants, boutiques, and wine tasting rooms within walking distances of Andaz Napa.
Considered the culinary heart of Napa Valley, Yountville is the ultimate luxury get-away. With its world-class restaurants and accommodations, and many of the Valley’s most celebrated wineries, Yountville marries a breathtaking setting and small-town ambiance with a sophisticated Wine Country lifestyle.
The small town of Yountville was the site of Napa Valley’s first planted grapevines. The walkable village amid the vines with gorgeous mountain views offers luxe lodging from cozy to indulgent, the only hot air ballooning launch in Napa Valley, five sites on the National Register of Historic Places, unique shopping, golf, art galleries and performing arts, plus a constellation of Michelin stars and renowned restaurants.
St. Helena seamlessly blends Napa Valley history with its modern day reputation as home to world-class wineries, Michelin-starred restaurants, contemporary art galleries, and chic boutiques. This picturesque town embodies the soul of Napa Valley.
Let St. Helena inspire your next Napa Valley experience. HALL Wines features top notch wines, unique art collections, and inventive wine tours. You can’t miss it – their famous bunny sculpture in the vineyards can be seen from the highway. Stop by Freemark Abbey for classic Napa Valley Cabernets and culinary delights from the on-site restaurant. Visit every Saturday and Sunday in the historic Redwood Cellar Tasting Room. Sinegal Estate blends luxury with casual elegance at their restored historic estate where you’ll taste gorgeously, rich wines. It’s quickly becoming known as the next cult wine! For the ultimate foodie experience, make reservations at the 3-star Michelin rated restaurant, Meadowood Napa Valley . Their dynamic chef and inventive dishes have made their mark on the culinary world.
Famous for their hot springs and mud baths, Calistoga has been drawing visitors from all over the world to its spas for over 100 years. This charming town is also home to world-class wineries (the iconic castle winery) is a popular visitor favorite), restaurants, boutique clothing and gift shops, and art galleries all within easy walking distance.
Calistoga is known as spa heaven with mud baths, massage therapy, & body treatments available at any spa or resort in a one-mile radius. Plan a wine tasting experience at any of the wineries that surround the town, including Fairwinds Estate Winery where you can taste limited production and elegant wines, visit their 22,000 ft wine cave, or picnic on their beautiful grounds.