The 8 Best Hotels in Calistoga

 
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While Napa Valley is famous for its vineyards, the charming city of Calistoga adds another sparkling reason to visit — its mineral water. Naturally heated and guaranteed to relax, many hotels and spas provide pools full of this beloved Northern California resource. Beyond the geysers, Calistoga also contains a quaint downtown, boutique shopping, and plenty of hiking trails. No matter how you define relaxation, these Calistoga hotels will give you what you need.

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Lodging / Calistoga

Solage, an Auberge Resort

Nestled among groves of oak trees, Solage Calistoga is an Up Valley gem. Featuring large windows paired with sophisticated furnishings, the hotel’s rooms are spacious, modern, and private. The landmark swimming pool at Solage Calistoga is massive, spanning 130 feet, but there are several other pools and hot tubs on the property. The hotel’s spa features a bathhouse with co-ed geothermal pools that improve circulation and promote peace of mind. As if that wasn’t enough, Solage Calistoga’s Michelin-rated restaurant, Solbar, serves up Wine Country-centric cuisine with farm-to-table ingredients.

Insider Tip

Bike rental comes complimentary with each stay, so guests can enjoy riding along nearby bike trails, visiting local wineries, and downtown Calistoga.

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Calistoga Spa Hot Springs

Calistoga Spa Hot Springs is situated in the middle of downtown Calistoga, but the rooms and amenities are as tranquil as any far-flung Wine Country retreat. The spa features a Jacuzzi hot tub filled with mineral water that could tempt you away from traveling anywhere beyond the resort. Each room includes a kitchenette, so Calistoga Spa Hot Springs could easily turn into a Napa Valley “home away from home.” Beyond the rooms and pools, the surrounding downtown area provides a charming array of restaurants, boutiques, and art galleries.

Insider Tip

Just a few blocks away, guests can book hot air balloon rides over Napa Valley.

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Lodging / Calistoga

Mount View Hotel & Spa Napa Valley

Mount View Hotel, located right in downtown Calistoga, has been in operation for over a century, but the accommodations are starkly modern. Elegantly decorated with Art Deco furniture and eye-catching wallpaper, their rooms and suites harken back to a more dapper age. In fact, many Hollywood stars of the 1930s and 1940s enjoyed the Mount View Hotel and its poolside cabanas. Continental breakfast is served the best way — in bed — and there is exclusive wine tasting on Friday nights.

Insider Tip

Feeling artistic? Book one of the hotel’s artist cottages. With their design inspired by local wineries, each cottage includes a bottle of curated wine and an easel and paints to find your inner creative.

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The Bergson

While smaller than many hotels in Calistoga, The Bergson makes up for its size in elegance. Rooms feature fireplaces, feather beds, jetted tubs, and private balconies. Take breakfast outside on the intimate, garden patio, or eat in your room while donning a complimentary plush bathrobe. Minutes away from downtown Calistoga, The Bergson offers many specials for local restaurants, spas, wineries, and activities that are exclusive to their guests, and the free Calistoga shuttle can escort you to the many attractions of Calistoga.

Insider Tip

If you’re planning just a quick weekend getaway, The Bergson doesn’t require a two-night minimum stay like many of the surrounding Calistoga hotels.

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Lodging / Calistoga

EuroSpa & Inn

EuroSpa & Inn is surrounded by vineyards but is still only a short walking distance away from Calistoga’s enchanting downtown. Each of the inn’s 13 guestrooms are quaintly decorated and comes complete with a large plush bed. In a serene setting, the on-site spa offers a large variety of treatments that are often hard to find in one place. Outdoors, a pool and hot tub overlook Napa Valley. Many rooms also include a jetted tub, as well as a gas fireplace, a perfect location for late night sips of local wine.

Insider Tip

Their spa features a Far Infrared Sauna, which harnesses heat energy to relax muscles, reduce stress, and relieve joint pain.

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Calistoga Ranch, An Auberge Resort

Luxury meets nature at Calistoga Ranch, which is located within an expansive canyon at the northern tip of Napa Valley. Outside, enjoy burbling streams and oak-lined hillsides; inside, relax at the spa or by the roaring fire at Calistoga Ranch’s Lakehouse restaurant. Calistoga Ranch’s management is very discreet (the hotel is a favorite of many celebrities), so your stay will feel elegant but private. Rooms are fitted with fireplaces, kitchenettes, and private hot tubs.

Insider Tip

Want a more thrilling Napa Valley experience? Calistoga Ranch offers guests free access to a Mercedes Benz SLR if they want some extra horsepower as they tour the region.

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Calistoga Motor Lodge & Spa

Celebrating the great American road trip, the Calistoga Motor Lodge and Spa is a modern day interpretation of mid-century travel. The remodeled hotel offers classic charm alongside all the amenities of a boutique hotel. Each room is outfitted with stylish details, from their colorful, 300-thread count linens to the thoughtful design accents. Their hip lobby is considered the hotel’s social hub and offers vintage board games, a small shop to find local wares, and a relaxing communal spa. Be sure to leave time to enjoy their outdoor area. It’s packed with two mineral pools, an outdoor mineral spa, poolside games, and a firepit to end the day on a cozy note.

Insider Tip

Book a Calistoga-centric spa service at the hotel’s onsite MoonAcre Spa. Mud baths are synonymous with the region, and this spa has a crafted a more modern and less immersive experience to this historic spa service.

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Spas / Calistoga

Dr. Wilkinson's Hot Springs Resort

Operated by the same family since its opening in 1952, Dr. Wilkinson’s Hot Springs Resort has welcomed guests with the same iconic neon sign for six decades. Accommodations are very modern and comfortable. For a group, guests can even reserve a recently restored Victorian house. Over a million clients have experienced the spa, which boasts three pools brimming with natural mineral water, and many guests enjoy the indoor mineral pool as well, which is kept at a balmy 103 degrees Fahrenheit.

Insider Tip

The free wireless internet can be hard to connect to in every room due to the hotel’s age and concrete construction. If WiFi is a must for your stay, mention it when making your booking to ensure you receive a room where the connections are best.

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