- Reviews: 653
Fairfield Inn and Suites: Quick Ride to Napa
Fortunately with the amount of business travel I had been doing in 2010 and staying the bulk of my nights at various Marriott properties, afforded us some FREE NIGHTS at local Marriott's on our trip to California. In choosing this particular property for a 2 night stay, I wanted something fairly local to the Napa Valley area, but I also didn't want to blow too many points.
At 15,000 points per night this Fairfield fit the bill. Although we could have stayed at some other Marriott properties closer to Napa they were both at 20K and 25K points per night and as it turned out this facility was only about 10 to 12 minutes farther up the road and actually made for a quicker getaway when we left the area going toward Yosemite.
This had to be the best Fairfield Inn and Suites I have stayed at. The room was extremely comfortable and very roomy. 2 HDTV's (I don't think we turned them on), a small refrigerator (we did use), a microwave and very clean. When I commented to one of the ladies at the front desk about how this was a very nice property she explained that they had won the Best of the Fairfield award for several years from the Marriott Corporate Office.
Located as it is in Fairfield, California I would have expected nothing but. I also found out that the name Fairfield had come from a place that Bill Marriott enjoyed (I believe it was a ranch somewhere) and he decided to name one of his brands after it.
The best thing about the Fairfield was the breakfast. This was by far the best serve yourself breakfast bar, I've been to for an inexpensive chain. The juice was fresh, coffee was great, oatmeal was fresh and included all the things I like including nuts, brown sugar and raisins.
It was an easy on and off the Interstate, yet far enough away that you didn't hear the highway noise. If you are thinking of staying in the Napa area and like us only use a hotel room to sleep and not hang out in, this should strongly be considered for your stay.
- Reviews: 696
Sand T Cellars: Brookside Vineyard Bed & Breakfast
Proprietors Susan and Tom Ridley make sure that their guests will really enjoy the staying.
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The Americana Room $145
A cheerful blue and white room with the same colors used in the attached bath. The queen bed has a decorator duvet covering the down quilt and piles of inviting soft pillows. An old steamer trunk has been converted to a chest of drawers. Early American collectibles and Currier and Ives prints give this room the authentic feel of a warm Americana. A sliding glass door exits to a deck with table and chairs for relaxing and viewing the orchard and a large stand of Douglas Fir trees.
The Françoise Room $145
A room filled with sunlight to show off the French antiques and collectibles. The peach, mocha and ecru color theme in the delicate wallpaper is picked up again in the decorator duvet covering the down quilt on the queen bed. The large attach bath has the feel of Provence complete with an antique sideboard converted to a sink. A sliding glass door exits to a deck with table and chairs for relaxing and viewing the orchard and a large stand of Douglas Fir trees.
The Britannia Room $190
This room is decorated in the country English tradition with lots of warm wood, brass and English prints. The down quilt on the king bed is covered with a duvet that picks up the colors in the wall covering and wood paneling. The bay window has an inviting window seat and a view of the foothills of Mt. Veeder. The fireplace is flanked by two comfortable Morris chairs for reading and relaxing, The spacious dressing area leads to the bath with an oversized tub and a separate redwood paneled shower/dry sauna room. A sliding glass door exits to a private patio with views of the vineyard and orchard.
- Reviews: 41
Vintage Inn: The Vintage Inn
It's a great location in Yountville , right off of 29.
The breakfast is outstanding but it can get crowded. It's worth the wait. They also serve tea in the afternoon.They have reasonable rates Nov through the spring but it gets a bit pricey afterwards.The hot tubs and fireplace make it pretty neat
- Reviews: 434
Gaia Napa Valley Hotel: An Environmentally Sustainable Hotel
I loved this place and I'm so happy I found it on hotelreservations.com. The first of its kind that I know of anywhere, the Gaia Hotel is Napa Valley's first fully environmentally sustainable hotel offering its guests not only eco-friendly accomodations, but a very comfortable one too. The price being also reasonable only added to the hotel's appeal.
The girls and I booked a room with double queen sized beds for four to share. At $99 a night for three nights that came out to a little more than $75 per person for the entire roadtrip. Very cool! The room itself offered a TV, microwave, fridge, iron & board, etc. Available in the business center is free internet and printing access. Every morning you can also find coffee, tea, and pastries in the lobby. Some other cool features of the hotel include a swan and frog filled lagoon, a waterfall, a heated pool, a Zen-like spa salon, a fitness center, prime parking for fuel efficiency cars, and monitors in the front lobby tracking energy consumption. The hotel restaurant is not yet open, but is scheduled to do so in May 2007.
The hotel is located in American Canyon, the gateway city to the Napa Valley wineries. Please patronize this deserving business. It's still fairly new and just barely acquiring a clientele base.
- Use of recycled materials where ever possible in hotel and construction.
- Chemical-free landscaping.
- Energy efficient heating, ventilating, and AC system uses 15% less energy.
- Water conservation features.
- Solar panels for energy generation, alternative fuel guest van, cooling system uses no cholorfluorocarbons.
- All wood used in construction certified as new growth wood.
- Specialty zero energy lighting throughout the hotel and public areas.
- Air quality maximized through low emission paints and adhesives.
- And many other features endorsed by Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design.
- Reviews: 503
Rancho Caymus Inn: Cozy comfort in Rutherford
The Rancho Caymus Inn was a comfortable and cozy place to call home during our recent visit to Napa Valley. It is located just off of Hwy 29 in Rutherford, which made it convenient to everywhere we wanted to go.
The Inn has a spanish hacienda feel to it, with two floors of rooms that surround a courtyard. The rooms were clean and comfortable and had everything we needed - refrigerator, fireplace, balcony and a sitting area. The bed was very comfortable with plenty of pillows.
The service was excellent and the staff very friendly.
We would definitely stay here again.
The room had an adobe style wood-burning fireplace. We would light a fire in the evening and recall the day while watching it with a glass of wine.
The Inn is also the home of La Toque, which is a very nice gourmet restaurant. We would definitely recommend that you try the restaurant. And if you have a little too much wine with dinner, you just have to manuevre a few stairs to get back to your room.
- Reviews: 223
Calistoga Spa Hot Springs Resort: Motel in Calistoga
This is where we stayed during our couple of days in the Wine Country. As far as motels go, this one's not bad. The rooms are a decent size with all the expected facilities - tv, tea/coffee making facilities, small kitchenette, en-suite - and cleanliness was good.
The real seller here is the grounds. There's a large 50m swimming pool as well as a selection of spas for relaxing in. There's a poolside area with sunloungers and a shady patio. They also offer a selection of spa treatments, prices of which are comparable with those of other spas in the town.
Unfortunately, I don't know the address or phone number, just that as you drive into town turn right down one of the side streets and it's on the left hand side. If my memory serves me right there was a restaurant called Brannins on the corner of the high street and it was opposite the Post Office.
- Reviews: 39
Villagio Inn and Spa: Villagio Inn and Spa
I stayed the night here recently with a very intimate friend of mine. I signed on for the midweek special that included a huge room with a fireplace and a jacuzzi tub for two. If it were warmer outside we would have taken advantage of the pool and outdoor jacuzzi. There is also a high end spa on the grounds affiliated with the Inn.
This place ooozzes romance. Fireplaces and jacuzzi tubs help fuel this passion for relaxing romance.
- Reviews: 503
Vineyard Country Inn: A hidden treasure
The Vineyard Country Inn does not often appear in articles, guidebooks or advertisements about places to stay in Napa Valley. We found out about it through a tip from an online friend and have gone back three times. It is a cozy little inn, consisting of about 20 rooms. the rooms are all like small suites with a large bedroom, modern bathroom and a separate sitting room with a wood burning fireplace.
It is located in St Helena, right on Hwy 29. While some folks have groused about the noise from the highway, it has never been a problem for us. After a day of wine tasting and good food, I have always enjoyed a good night's sleep.
I would definitely recommend this to anyone looking for a nice place to stay when visiting Napa Valley.
- Reviews: 611
Victorian Garden Inn: Bed & Breakfast in the Valley
The Victorian Garden Inn is a sweet B&B where we stayed for 2 nights while visiting Napa and Sonoma. It's named for the lovingly cultivated gardens that surround the historical home.
It was (is) both rustic and charming...like a little English oasis under the California sun.
I found the owner to be a bit odd but I can't recall exactly why. I think it was the fact that she ran such a tight ship and had all these annoying, odd little rules. We constantly felt like we were on the verge of breaking them.
And I recall that although there was the ubiquitous California hot tub in the back, we weren't allowed to use it after a certain hour - and it seems that it was a fairly early hour at that.
I also recall reading some of the comments left by previous guests. She had the guestbooks on the table in the room where we'd stayed. The comments written in there were hysterical, and validated my feeling that the owner was definitely a little bit off...
Still, the place was lovely, and the experience overall was quite pleasant.
Can't beat the location.
- Reviews: 1294
Hotel St. Helena: Small hotel in St. Helena
I didn't stay, but I did stop I did stop in and check out the hotel and lobby. The rate sheet sheet showed that a basic room was $189 during high season. Not bad for Napa Valley. The obvious advantage is that you are right in the middle of ST. Helena.
- Reviews: 657
NAPA VALLEY RAILWAY INN: ALL ABOARD TO BED
This Inn is a little off beat for being called your average hotel. The nine, turn-of-the-century, restored railcars and caboose, that actually sit on original tracks from the Napa Valley Railroad, are ready to let you sleep without the click-clack of the railroad track. Each suite has sitting areas and queensize beds with full baths and even windows. A truly different overnight room.
Location is great, just across the street from the Vintage 1870 shopping complex and the fine restaurants in the Yountville area of Napa Valley.
- Reviews: 256
Meadowood Napa Valley: Meadowood Napa Valley
Meadowood Napa Valley features 85 cottages, suites and lodges nestled in the forest. Top notch amenities and service. Expensive.
Dining, health spa, croquet, golf, tennis, hiking, bicycle riding, running and swimming are all on the grounds.
- Reviews: 28
Oleander House: Best B & B in Napa
We had a terrific time! Rooms are great & the breakfast was yummy.
Great B & B experience.
Private rooms with bath. Most have fireplaces. Hot tub on site.
- Reviews: 88
Kenwood Inn & Spa: My FAVORITE place to stay in the wine country
I LOVE this place!
Kenwood Inn & Spa had just opened when I learned of them. Since that time, the word has out. I've been told that famous people (actors, musicians etc.) frequent this hideaway.
Unfortunately, due to their increase in prices over the years, my visits to this place are limited.
The service is wonderful, the atmosphere so peaceful, and the spa...DON'T get me started!
The two words that came into my head when I walked through the entrance was "Tuscan Villa". If you've read my VT pages, you'll see that I've never been to Italy, yet I think I'm correct on my description of Kenwood Inn & Spa!
The rooms are individually unique.
A great place for a romantic getaway as a couple OR with the girlfriends.
Remember girls (and guys!), there's a GREAT day spa there. If you choose visit the spa and not stay overnight, feel free to lounge around their swimming pool or take a swim.
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