Traveling to Yountville, CA
Orbitz.com can help you find the best deals on Yountville hotels, but accommodation hunting is only one of the important tasks you’ll need to take care of when traveling to this little Napa Valley foodie paradise. You’ll also need to figure out where to eat first in this picturesque town, which is home to some of the finest restaurants and wineries on the west coast.
The Town of Yountville
In spite of its significance as a major culinary destination, Yountville is a very small town with a population of just under 3,000 people. Roughly one-third of those people are veterans who live at the Veteran’s Home of California. Though many people visit Yountville to get a taste of the fabulous meals and wines that are produced here, there are other things to see and do. If you want to get the perfect view of the valley, take a bike tour with Napa Valley Bike Tours. You can take a day tour or arrange a multi-day package tour that includes accommodations. You can also pack a picnic lunch and spend a day in Yountville Park. There’s a play area for kids. There are tons of wineries to visit as well. One of the most popular is Jessup Cellars, famous for its friendly staff and delicious, well-stocked tastings.
Washington Street is home to many of Yountville’s hotels and restaurants. After you’ve spent a day biking or touring, you may want to check out one of the many eateries that line the strip. One of the most famous is the French Laundry, a French restaurant with a three-star Michelin rating. Founded by famed chef Thomas Keller in 1994, the restaurant is a bit pricey, with meal prices rounding out to about $270 per person, including wine. When you need to lie down after your meal, you could check into the Villagio Inn and Spa. Dubbed “a pleasure seeker’s paradise” by Town & Country magazine, the hotel has gorgeous guest rooms outfitted with top-of-the-line amenities, including sumptuous luxury linens, huge sunken bathtubs and wood-burning fireplaces. The hotel even has its own wine cellar where the staff holds regular wine tastings. Rates start at $340 for a premier courtyard room. You can contact the hotel at 800-351-1133.
Yount Street is another Yountville street that’s home to top restaurants and hotels. Lucy Restaurant and Bar at Bardessono is an extremely popular restaurant that serves delicious fare made from local ingredients. Located in the Bardessono hotel, the restaurant is famous for its seafood offerings, including sautéed wild king salmon and Maine lobster risotto. When you’re ready to turn in, you merely need to head upstairs to the Bardessono hotel. This luxury hotel is one of the most popular hotels in town, with sumptuous suites that put an emphasis on luxury and pampering. Rooms come with amenities like champagne bathtubs and fireplaces. The hotel also provides bicycles for those who wish to tour the town on their own. Rooms start at $450 per night for a spa suite. The hotel offers specially themed packages for those looking to book a trip for a special occasion.
Traveling to Yountville
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