Napa is the biggest centre in the Napa Valley, and has good range of accommodation options. It may not be quite as pretty as some of the smaller towns, but Napa does have a great produce market and a number of excellent restaurants in its favour. The best places to stay in Napa if you’re here for the restaurants are those closer to the centre of town - that way you can stroll home - but some of the properties on our Guru’s list of the best places to stay in Napa have excellent restaurants, so that might solve your dinner reservations issues!
Don't forget that Napa is an extremely busy year-round destination. So if you want to secure a bed in one fo the best places to stay in Napa, you'll need to be organised and book well ahead.
This intimate adults-only inn is on the grassy banks of Napa River and the scenic Silverado Trail. The beautiful rooms boast stylish furnishings in chocolate and cream, creating a sense of warmth and luxury. Fantastic spa treatments and a manicured riverside garden add to the idyllic setting.
Modern take on traditional local farm buildings in the beautiful Napa Valley with an 'agri-chic' aesthetic. The cottages and suites feature private, furnished patios and immaculately stylish rooms. Eat in delicious restaurants, and relax in an award-winning spa, outdoor pools, and grand gardens.
A trendy hotel in the famed Napa Valley Region. Each stylish room features original artworks and a private balcony over looking the local vineyards. Pamper yourself with in room massages, oversized tubs and Molton Brown bath products. Elegant, opulent and fun.
A waterfront location in the heart of downtown Napa, granting walkabout access to the bustling neighbourhood. The inn provides live entertainment, spa treatments, fine dining, and wine tasting. Old-fashioned decor and charm, and a variety of rooms featuring stunning river views. Michelin rated.
Boutique B&B in the heart of Napa Valley's wine region offers delicious breakfast and early evening wine hour. Cosy rooms with fireplace, balcony and antique beds. Napa Valley is known for restaurants, so be sure to explore the local selection. Don't miss the stunning countryside and balloon rides.
Eight cottages rest around a central garden in the delightful wine region of the Napa Valley. A hideaway fit for a movie star. Each cottage has a fully equipped kitchen, sitting room and dining area. Relax in comfort and privacy or explore the wine and food region by foot, bike, balloon or on horse.