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Southbridge 21 rooms from $230St Helena (California)
This downtown boutique has a picturesque creeper facade, manicured gardens and relaxing water fountain. Large rooms house plush linens, fireplaces and private balconies. Pizzeria Tra Vigne serves up fresh pasta dishes and wood-oven pizzas in a classically Italian setting. So much to explore on foot!Local markets - Gourmet markets are regualr occurances in St Helena - be sure to ask when they are on.OpulentFull of characterSwimming Pool - Indoor/outdoor
Auberge du Soleil 50 rooms from $333St Helena (California)
The breathtaking views, olive groves and outstanding restaurant are reason enough to stay but add a pool, spa and prime location and you have the perfect A luxury boutique hotel. Rooms are luxurious from the linens to the bath soaps. 15,000 strong wine cellar, a renowned restaurant across the valleySights nearby - Napa Museum is small but worth a visit - exhibits local artists.Local markets - V Market has it all - food, wine, shops & entertainment.Designer - Uniquely designed interiors.Full of characterRecommended by - Tablet
Meadowood 85 rooms from $500St Helena (California)
A warm welcome awaits, wine tasting and Napa Valley views. The large, contemporary rooms with modern bathrooms and private balconies. The restaurant offers gourmet Californian dishes accompanied by regional wine. Relax at the spa, read by the pool or explore the vineyards by foot, horse or bike.Great walks - The Meadowood Loop is 4 miles of Napa Valley countrside.Romantic - Good for couples.Full of characterBirdwatching - Good birding near the hotel.Recommended by - Relais & Chateaux
About St Helena
There’s no way of escaping the Rodeo Drive comparison. It’s a cliche, but St Helena has the high end boutiques and fancy restaurants to warrant the comparison. Parking is also a nightmare. But St Helena is so historically pretty and so close to so many of Napa’s most popular wineries, and the farmer’s market is just so good, that it’s difficult not to want to overlook the extra people on the streets and the need to book a table in advance. The best places to stay in St Helena also have some of the best restaurants in town, so choosing from our Guru’s recommendations for the best places to stay in St Helena could at least help solve the dinner reservations issue.
The Best Places to Stay in St Helena
For a romantic break
- Southbridge is a boutique hotel in central St Helena with 21 large and charming rooms with fireplaces and private balconies. Outside there’s a creeper facade and manicured garden and inside a pizzeria.
For a luxury resort just out of town
- Meadowood is a large, contemporary hotel with 85 rooms and a gourmet restaurant receiving Californian dishes. There’s a spa, pool and an excellent wine list.
- The Auberge du Soleil is a luxurious boutique hotel with breathtaking views over olive groves and grape vines and an outstanding restaurant.