Where to Stay in Napa Valley
Famed for its eponymous wineries, viticulture and wine-making have been practiced in this region since the Spanish missionaries from Mission San Francisco Solano established the first vineyards in 1812. Up here it’s about more than just wine. Napa Valley today offers Michelin star restaurants, historic architecture, low-key elegance, and distinctive lodgings.
Check out our constantly evolving lists of the best ways to experience Wine Country’s natural and cultural wonders, including scenic hikes and monthly things to do. Of course, you’ll need a place to stay. We’ve sifted through the many options to find the best lodgings, including top choices for a group gathering, as well as the best luxury and good-value hotels in both Napa and Sonoma.
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