Situated in Napa, this condominium resort is within a 10-minute walk of Napa Valley Wine Train, Scientopia Discovery Center, and Oxbow Public Market. Rockzilla ...
The rooms are as nice as any 5 star hotel I have stayed in. The only downfall is the coffee shop. The service is extremely slow.
Situated in American Canyon, this hotel is 2.8 mi (4.5 km) from Eagle Vines Golf Club and within 6 mi (10 km) of Chardonnay Golf Club and Six Flags Discovery ...
It was good experience and felt more than 2.5 star hotel. Staff was friendly, hotel was very clean and nice and breakfast was reasonably good. Bed was comfortable and room size was good. I would stay again.
Situated in Napa, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Alston Park, Andretti Winery, and Rockzilla. Scientopia Discovery Center is 3 mi (4.8 km) away.
Went to wineries in the Rutherford area (frogs leap, round pound, peju) which was about 14 miles from hotel ($25 uber ride). Staff was friendly and allowed for last minute early check in. Rooms were clean and spacious. Would recommend. Also, free parking and breakfast!
The environmentally-sustainable DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Spa Napa Valley American Canyon is 10 miles from downtown Napa, 7 miles from Copia, and 6 miles ...
Rooms are nice size, nothing extraordinary but for the price and location this is a great deal. Restaurant has good food.
The Tuscan-inspired Meritage Resort and Spa is a 10-minute drive from downtown Napa, where guests can hop on the Napa Valley Wine Train. Just north of town, ...
Nice hotel. Very friendly staff. Very clean. Nothing to complain about except it's abbot odd that it's located behind an office park area and not really a cool location. Next time I'd rather stay closer to dt napa and oxbow market.
Located amidst vineyards and nestled on 8 acres of landscaped grounds, this secluded hotel is 1 mile from downtown Saint Helena in upper Napa Valley.
Wonderful place with friendly staff. Very nice rooms and great bathrooms.
Overlooking the Napa River in downtown Napa, this Napa Valley hotel is only 2 blocks from the Napa Valley Wine Train, and 0.5 miles from COPIA, the American ...
Hotel was very nice, walking distance to Wine train, Oxbow Market and River Walk. Room was clean and very comfortable. Staff very friendly and helpful. I would return.
Situated in Napa, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Napa Valley College, Napa County Fairgrounds, and Riverbend Plaza. Oxbow Public Market and Napa Opera House ...
Very nice comfortable accommodations and friendly helpful staff. Loved it!
This hotel is 4 miles from historic downtown Napa, and the Napa Valley Wine Train, and within a 20-mile radius of scores of wineries.
Only stayed one night but will return. Easy to find and easy access to vineyards and downtown ares
This 1,200-acre full-service resort, the largest in Napa Valley, is 4 miles from downtown Napa, and 11 miles from the Artesa Winery and Domaine Carneros.
We enjoyed the hotel, the beautiful grounds and the lovely market with wonderful bakery goods.
When looking for a place to take yourself and your taste buds on vacation, Napa should be on the top of your list. This small, beautiful town is one of the country's most prestigious wine-producing areas. The City of Napa offers a growing list of highly-rated restaurants, museums, hotels, art galleries, Art Deco theaters, boutiques and, most importantly, a plethora of wine bars and tasting rooms that are known worldwide. At nearly every winery guests encounter, they are also guaranteed a fantastic meal, because Napa knows that great wine and great food go hand in hand. The area is ideal for that romantic getaway, or even perfect as a solo trip. For the lover of the finer things in life, Napa, California is an ideal vacation destination.
Established by Donald Hess, this is one of the top-rated wineries to visit in the area. The building is located on a historical site, and was built by the masons in 1903. It is worth seeing for the architectural design alone. The winery is joined by the Hess art collection, consisting mostly of world contemporary art, which is a great way for people to combine their love of art and wine. On-site wine tasting comes with a delectable pairing of cheeses and chocolates as well.
The Uptown Theater is Napa's hotspot for live entertainment. Physically, this is one of the most majestic theaters in California, transporting visitors to the Hollywood’s “Golden Era.” Visitors can practically see all the movie premieres this theater once hosted, and a guest can spend hours just looking at the detailed ceiling. The Uptown went under remodeling in 2002 into a live performance theater, but it still has that old magic feel to it. Catering to all different sorts of acts, one can see plays, comedians, musical performances and more. Hosting famous musicians such as Chris Isaak and Dwight Yoakam, notable comedians like Dana Carvey, and even notable writers such as David Sedaris, this exquisite theater is a definite must-go location when in Napa.
One of the most popular activities is the three-hour train ride that starts in Napa and journeys through some of Northern California’s most prominent wine valleys. You can choose either a freshly prepared lunch or dinner meal while you board this fully-restored 1917 Pullman car.
The area is home to many beautiful lodges and hotels. Stay in luxury resorts for as much as $400 a night—which feature all the accommodations one could hope for—or quaint inns for $110 a night. The average rate for most hotels in Napa is around $130 a night. Most of the hotels, including the high-end ones, tend to offer deals for those booking in advance online.
Napa has a Mediterranean climate, meaning typically mild and wet winters with dry, warm summers. The warm months tend to be from the beginning of June until the beginning of October, and summer highs average about 80 degrees Fahrenheit, while night temperatures drop drastically to the high 50s or low 60s. During the winter, the highs average between 50 and 60 degrees with lows averaging out at 37 degrees. The cold front usually ranges from the end of November until the beginning of March. It is most likely to rain during the month of February, but after that, chances of precipitation drop drastically.
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