There’s something inexplicably different about the way that Calistoga feels. Whether it’s the rawer and uncut nature of the town or the more open-faced feel of their side of the valley, there’s no doubt that Calistoga makes one amazing vacation destination in California’s western hemisphere. In Calistoga, there’s no shortage of incredible places to stay for every kind of traveler with any kind of budget. It doesn’t matter if you’re looking for a hotel that will bring you the ultimate spa getaway or the most ideal place to sample all that Calistoga wine has to offer, the ideal hotel for you is just waiting to be discovered.
1.Meadowlark Country House and Resort
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Located in a 20-acre private parklike estate is the Meadowlark Country House and Resort. This luxury boutique hotel exudes absolute comfort and elegance in the form of a European-style extravagant lodge. Home to 9 guest rooms, the Meadowlark Country House and Resort features modern and elegant rooms as well as beautifully designed suites and guest houses. Rooms here have private view decks or terraces, opulent marble tiled bathrooms, and whirlpool tubs for two. Some of the rooms are also fitted with fireplaces, providing guests with a cozy and heartwarming place to rest at any time of the day. Rest under sunny and shaded areas in the resort during the afternoons, or jump into a solar-heated mineral lap pool to invigorate your body and mind.
601 Petrified Forest Road, Calistoga, California 94515, Phone: 707-942-5651
2.Calistoga Spa Hot Springs
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Escape the hustle and bustle of everyday in the charming downtown area of Calistoga. Located in the heart of Upper Napa Valley, California’s wine country, the Calistoga Spa Hot Springs is a resort and spa that offers a tranquil refuge for those who seek it. The hotel offers boutique accommodations with rooms ranging from the King Guest Room, the Queen Guest Room and the Double Queen Guest Room. Additionally, rooms at the Calistoga Spa Hot Springs have been renovated with a contemporary interior design and wonderfully equipped kitchenettes. At this destination, guests can enjoy a wine tasting weekend with panache, head to the geothermal mineral pools for a relaxing dip, rejuvenating massages, and even mud baths with volcanic ash.
1006 Washing Street, Calistoga, California 94515, Phone: 707-942-6269
3.Roman Spa Hot Springs
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Situated at the beautiful foot hills of Mount St. Elena, the Roman Spa Hot Springs offers visitors the chance to stay at one of the most desirable regions in Napa Valley. This hotel, which is situated in a historic town, has been known to enjoy endless and gorgeous summer days, gentle fall temperatures and stupendously magical vistas. Guests who choose to call the Roman Spa Hot Springs home are welcome to relax at the spa’s baths, which are well known for their healing natural geothermal water. If that’s not your cup of tea, the spa also has a tradition for mud baths as well as deluxe spa treatments that promise absolute serenity. Villas at the Roman Spa Hot Springs are peaceful and private. They are enjoyably surrounded by lush flowering gardens and fountains, bringing together the perfect blend of impeccable California Wine Country charm and the best of Tuscan design.
1300 Washington Street, Calistoga, California 94515, Phone: 707-942-4441
4.UpValley Inn and Hot Springs
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When it comes to the UpValley in and Hot Springs, guests come for the wine, but they definitely stay for the water. The incredibly relaxing hot springs at UpValley will allow visitors to soak up all of the best that Calistoga has to offer without having to go too far away from home. Located just a 90-minute drive from San Francisco, the UpValley Inn and Hot Springs is a relatively new boutique hotel in the region. Apart from being a luxurious, comfortable and welcome place to stay in Napa Valley, it’s a great base of operation for those who just want to catch some R&R and maximize luxurious spa services.
1865 Lincoln Avenue, Calistoga, California 94515, Phone: 707-942-9400
5.A Calistoga Enchanted Cottage
With origins that trace back to the 1830s or 1840s, the Calistoga Enchanted Cottage is a bewitching and captivation place to stay thanks to its spending location at the foot of a rustic forested hillside. The cottage is absolutely romantic, with rooms that are perfect for two and yet large enough to accommodate a family or a group of friends traveling together. Accommodations at the Enchanted Cottage feature charming touches like claw foot tubs, candle lights and brick fireplaces, but still enjoy modern luxuries like flat screen TVs, high speed internet and more. In between wine tasting trips or outdoor excursions, you won’t regret spending some time exploring the cottage grounds, and browsing the photographs of local professional and innkeeper, Rebecca Sheppard.
1407 Foothill Boulevard, Calistoga, California 94515, Phone: 707-942-9463
6.Bear Flag Inn
Nestled within 3.5 glorious acres of land in Napa Valley, the Bear Flag Inn offers visitors from near and far charming guest rooms to relax in. This historic inn welcomes guests at the parlor, and makes every morning special with a full continental breakfast featuring farm-fresh eggs sourced from the inn’s very own coops. Visitors who find themselves relaxing at Bear Flag Inn during the afternoons are encouraged to tuck into wine and appetizers right by the hearth. That’s not all there is to enjoy, however, as the Bear Flag Inn has a swimming pool, a spa, a hot tub and some hammocks to lounge at. Meanwhile, the nearby barn features a projection TV and other entertainment items in addition to a piano, pool table, poker table and more. Yogis can even head to the barn to practice their morning meditation in solitude.
2653 Foothill Boulevard; Calistoga, California 94515, Phone: 707-942-5534
7.Brannan Cottage Inn
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Marrying together the best of history, modern luxury, and warm hospitality, the Brannan Cottage Inn is home to 6 unique suites that have been renovated with the best of today’s comforts and amenities in mind. Built in 1862 by Calistoga’s founder, Samuel Brannan, the Brannan Cottage Inn was later restored in 2014 and was also added to the National Register of Historic Places. It also has the special distinction of being one of the town’s last remaining structures still standing in its original location. Take some time to unwind as you stroll around the inn’s beautiful and manicured gardens with a glass of wine, or take some rest in one of the inn’s most popular rooms, the Fireplace Loft King.
109 Wappo Avenue, Calistoga, California, Phone: 707-942-4200
Owned by Christopher Layton, a celebrated designer and architect in the area, the Calistoga Arbors is the combination of two buildings that were originally built 80 years ago. Today, this relaxing accommodation in the heart of wine country is representative of traditional English country inns and Georgian elegance. At the Calistoga Arbors, there are 4 luxurious cottages with one or two bedrooms. Rooms feature large living rooms, modern amenities and special touches that make every visit truly unique. Meanwhile, visitors can enjoy special spa packages with great rates, capitalize on complimentary wine tasting passes, and even get great discounts from nearby restaurants.
1013 Myrtle Street, Calistoga, California 94515, Phone: 707-942-1198
9.Calistoga Motor Lodge and Spa
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Experience Napa differently at the Calistoga Motor Lodge and Spa. Here, visitors are welcome to sip, savor, swim and smile all day long from within the perfect accommodations in Calistoga. The Calistoga Motor Lodge and Spa exudes the perfect vibe for young travelers as friends can chill by the fire pit, enjoy mineral pools, head to the spa, play lawn games and taste the best wines that the region has to offer. Your doorway to the foothills of Napa Valley, the Calistoga Motor Lodge and Spa is much like staying in a huge tricked out camper van with 3 luxurious room variations. Visitors are treated to organic pour over coffee or organic loose leaf tea, a great bath line with a signature grapefruit sage scent and walk-in rain fall showers.
1880 Lincoln Avenue, Calistoga, California 94515, Phone: 707-942-0991
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Part of Calistoga’s popular and rejuvenating spa culture is the casual and comfortable Calistoga Inn. Centrally positioned in the heart of Napa, Sonoma and Lake County, the Calistoga Inn gives guests the opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors of the region. Guests can explore vineyards, hike up to the Palisades, or discover Mount St. Helena. There are even opportunities for travelers to feast on oysters along the beach. Meanwhile, the inn has 17 rooms, all of which are outfitted with a queen-sized bed and a personal sink. You don’t have to go far to enjoy the best of Calistoga Inn, however, as the inn is home to one of the most popular outdoor dining venues in the valley, and an award winning micro-brewery known as the Napa Valley Brewing Company.
1250 Lincoln Avenue, Calistoga, California 94515, Phone: 707-942-401
© Calistoga Ranch
The Calistoga Ranch masterfully presents a superior balance of nature and modern luxury. Featuring 50 freestanding guest lodges, the Calistoga Ranch is known for rustic luxury that gives guests the chance to embrace their natural surroundings. The peaceful canyon that the ranch is located in gives travelers a ton of recreational opportunities to experience. One of the best things about Calistoga Ranch is their food. Not only do they serve locally sourced small batch fruits, they also offer raw honey straight from their hives, and fresh eggs taken directly from their own chicken coops. Guests can enjoy all of these amazing food offerings at Lakehouse, the resort’s private restaurant, which is perched on the shores of Lake Lommel.
580 Lommel Road, Calistoga, California 94515, Phone: 707-254-2800
12.Calistoga Wayside Inn
Get to know the premier wine region and spa country of Calistoga at the Calistoga Wayside Inn. This versatile property enjoys a central location just a couple of blocks away from the historic area of downtown Calistoga. Charming and elegant, the inn boasts of modern lavishness while still retaining its authentic 1928 Mediterranean and Spanish colonial revival style architecture. Visitors will feel at home in the accommodation’s King bedrooms, which have beautifully designed private baths. They’re also more than welcome to join other guests at the inn by the wood-burning fireplace to catch a movie or play a few games. Feel like cooking a meal and sharing it with other guests, all visitors are welcome to make use of the fully equipped kitchen or the BBQ to whip up an incredible meal.
1443 Second Street, Calistoga, California 94515, Phone: 925-376-3770
13.Calistoga Wine Way Inn
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Comfort, charm and cuisine are all on the agenda when it comes to Calistoga Wine Way Inn. Nestled in the very heart of Napa Valley, this inn is known for being one of the area’s oldest bed and breakfasts. It still retains its romantic Craftsman architecture, while having renovated and updated facilities to meet the demands of the modern day travelers. Mornings at the Calistoga Wine Way Inn are certainly something to look forward to, as they serve mouthwatering gourmet breakfasts daily that will have your palate and eyes singing with joy. The inn also happens to be conveniently located as it’s just a short walk away from great shops, restaurants, and Calistoga’s iconic mud baths.
1213 Foothill Boulevard, Calistoga, California 94515, Phone: 707-341-3035
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Get ready for a spa vacation unlike any other at the Craftsman Inn. This family owned inn has been operated exclusively by one family for 2 generations and continues to welcome guests to warm and welcoming inn regularly. In fact, the Craftsman Inn regularly makes special packages available to their guests which are designed to help travelers maximize the time that they’ll be spending at the cottage. Lose yourself in the comfort and relaxation that their private cottages provide or spend a day soaking in a hot springs Jacuzzi tub right within the privacy of your own Bungalow. If you’re on the hunt for great eats or want to experience some of the other world-famous hot spring spas in town, many of them are just a short walk away.
1623 Lake Street, Calistoga, California, Phone: 707-942-9102
15.Chateau de Vie
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Opened in 1998, the Chateau de Vie gives travelers the chance to enter a world of understated elegance, stunning views, and serene relaxation in Napa Valley. Staying at Chateau de Vie is much like walking into the pages of a story book with the chateau’s perfectly manicured formal gardens with thriving lavender flowers, roses and deep evergreens. Quiet and personal attention is afforded to each guest, all of whom are welcome to enjoy a massage in the middle of the garden, take a soak in the vineyard spa, or hop into the pool for a dip. There’s even a great spot to take a refreshing nap right under the property’s old walnut tree. Rooms at the Chateau de Vie feature comfortable beds, fine Egyptian cotton linens with high thread counts, and L’Occitane bath products that will send your sense of smell over the moon.
3250 Highway 128, Calistoga, California 94515, Phone: 707-942-6446
16.Chelsea Garden Inn
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Get ready to discover the unique charm of a small town when you book a stay at the Chelsea Garden Inn. This incredible and wonderfully lush oasis, which is nestled in the downtown area of Calistoga, offers five roomy and welcoming guest rooms. There are huge open living spaces, a wonderful dining room, as well as a fully-equipped kitchen that visitors are encouraged to fully utilize. Complimentary Wi-Fi and parking are also afforded to guests, while the grounds itself are great to spend a lot of time in. Seasonal pool areas are open for guest use, while stone paths weave whimsically through the fantastic gardens of the Chelsea Garden Inn.
1443 Second Street, Calistoga, California 94515, Phone: 925-376-3770
17.Cottage Grove Inn
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A romantic vacation awaits at the Cottage Grove Inn. Arguably one of the best bed and breakfasts in Calistoga, the Cottage Grove Inn is a comfortable boutique accommodation that allows guests to experience the laid back luxury that Napa Valley is so well known for. There are 16 private cottages available at the Cottage Grove Inn with rooms set up studio style. Each cottage is filled with unique character and cozy design choices from reclaimed wood floors, to vaulted ceilings with skylights. Breakfast at Cottage Grove Inn is a special affair with delectable offerings like frittatas, fried egg bagel sandwiches, homemade waffles and local granola just waiting to be tucked into.
1711 Lincoln Avenue, Calistoga, California 94515, Phone: 707-942-8400
© Craftsmann Inn
Savor the incredible romance of wine country with a stay at the Craftsmann Inn. Not only does this inn have all of the amenities of a chic boutique hotel, it’s also home to one of the best breakfasts you could possibly have in Napa Valley. Truly, guests can indulge through a mouthwatering and delectable gourmet breakfast while enjoying interesting conversations with the friendly and knowledgeable innkeepers and workers. The Craftsmann Inn also enjoys a great location in Calistoga. It’s just a stone’s throw away from some of the town’s greatest spas and restaurants, and it’s also a short drive away from the Russian River, Sonoma and Alexander Valleys. You don’t have to venture far to have a great time, however, as guests can enjoy a private candlelit Jacuzzi bath or have a massage on their own private curtained porch.
1213 Foothill Boulevard, Calistoga, California 94515, Phone: 707-341-3035
19.Indian Springs Resort and Spa
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Take a weekend to refresh and inspire your mind at the beloved and historic Indian Springs Resort and Spa. Situated at the gorgeous north end of Napa Valley, the Indian Springs Resort and Spa is your gateway to 17 incredible acres of undulating hills, serene ponds, vibrant and lush olive trees, as well as thriving lavender and rose bushes. The team at Indian Springs Resort and Spa makes do with sustainable natural resources to run the resort like mineral water that comes straight from the underground thermal geysers or the volcanic ash that they use to create their special mud. Guests can choose from a thoughtful collection of accommodations. For example, historic cottages are crowd favorite, while bungalows are airy and enjoyable. The rest of the grounds feature Mission Revival-style buildings, each of which has a unique feel.
1712 Lincoln Avenue, Calistoga, California 94515, Phone: 707-709-8139
20.Mayastoga Property Group
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If you’re on the hunt for luxury vacation rental and residential estates, then there’s no need to look further than the Mayastoga Property Group. Nestled in the gorgeous Mayacamas Mountains, the Mayastoga Property Group is known for its altitude of over 2,500 feet, it’s charming community vibe, as well as its proximity to popular spas, mud baths, and wineries. Just minutes away from Calistoga and St. Helena, Mayastoga offers packages to its guests which includes trips to boutique and hard-to-reach wineries. Local restaurants are also on the tasting itineraries, which are seamless and absolutely stress free. Whether you’re looking for guided tasting hours, the service of private chefs and caterers or personal services like massages or salon appointments, then Mayastoga has you covered.
5850 Sharp Road, Calistoga, California 94515, Phone: 415-515-7776
21.Mount View Hotel and Spa
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Savor the experience of staying at private and charming accommodations that have been individually styled and designed at the Mount View Hotel and Spa. Guest rooms at the Mount View Hotel and Spa are undeniably cozy and offer variations with king, queen or double twin beds depending on guest preferences. Each room is filled with signature amenities like 7 Collection mattresses with feather beds and duvets, Illy coffee espresso machines, and eco-friendly aromatherapy bath products. Relax in a plush terry robe while enjoying your morning cup of coffee, or sample a glass of wine upon arriving at the hotel. Whatever your first stop is, it’ll definitely be an enjoyable experience.
1457 Lincoln Avenue, Calistoga, California 94515, Phone: 707-942-1500
22.Golden Haven Hot Springs Spa and Resort
© Golden Haven Hot Springs Spa and Resort
Visitors have often raved about the magical way that some hot springs in Calistoga rejuvenate and restored their health and well-being. At the Golden Haven Hot Springs Spa and Resort, those who haven’t been able to experience the healing nature of natural mineral water hot springs can sample it first-hand. The Gold Haven frequently welcomes weary travelers in search of the ultimate spa getaway to their comfortable and affordable accommodations. At this resort, there are 28 rooms available to guests, each with their own private hot spring Jacuzzi. Head to the spa for a massage, mud bath, or herbal facial. For guests who are eager to enjoy the outdoors at Calistoga, a bike ride is perfect before heading to the fire pit to wind down.
1713 Lake Street, Calistoga, Napa Valley, California 94515, Phone: 707-942-8000
Escape to the fresh air and glorious vibrancy of Napa Valley and book a luxurious stay at The Solage. At the Solage, guests are encouraged to experience the good life in Calistoga, a bucket-list destination for lovers of fine wine, incredible food, and holistic wellness. Reflecting a hometown spirit, the Solage features homey villas that allow guests to truly relax and rest. Hot mineral springs are also located within the hotel’s grounds, and are filled with waters sourced directly from the heart of Calistoga’s curst. Water used in the mineral springs are known to have restorative properties beneficial for guests who want to purify and detoxify their bodies. Meanwhile, guests who are eager for an outdoor experience can cycle down miles of winding roads and lose themselves in dense redwood forests.
755 Silverado Trail, Calistoga, California 94515, Phone: 707-226-0800
© The Bergson
Why not give yourself ample time to just slow down and enjoy all of life’s beautiful little moments at The Bergsonn. With a great location in downtown Calistoga, The Bergson features 21 elegant rooms and suites that are outfitted with relaxing feather beds, beautiful fireplaces, great balconies and jetted tubs. When you’re not lounging around in your room, head to the garden courtyard to delectable meals, or spend a long afternoon indulging at the spas. Guests are also welcome to take a quick walk downtown to visit the best tasting rooms and wineries that Calistoga has to offer. Other nearby attractions include the Calistoga Speedway, the Old Faithful Geyser, the Cliasotga Depot and the Sharpsteen Museum.
1010 Foothill Boulevard, Calistoga, California 94515, Phone: 707-942-5755
24 Best Calistoga Hotels
- Meadowlark Country House and Resort, Photo: Meadowlark Country House and Resort
- Calistoga Spa Hot Springs, Photo: Calistoga Spa Hot Springs
- Roman Spa Hot Springs, Photo: Roman Spa Hot Springs
- UpValley Inn and Hot Springs, Photo: UpValley Inn and Hot Springs
- A Calistoga Enchanted Cottage, Photo: Kristina/stock.adobe.com
- Bear Flag Inn, Photo: whyframeshot/stock.adobe.com
- Brannan Cottage Inn, Photo: Brannan Cottage Inn
- Calistoga Arbors, Photo: vladimirnenezic/stock.adobe.com
- Calistoga Motor Lodge and Spa, Photo: Calistoga Motor Lodge and Spa
- Calistoga Inn, Photo: Calistoga Inn
- Calistoga Ranch, Photo: Calistoga Ranch
- Calistoga Wayside Inn, Photo: Pony11/stock.adobe.com
- Calistoga Wine Way Inn, Photo: Calistoga Wine Way Inn
- Craftsman Inn, Photo: Craftsman Inn
- Chateau de Vie, Photo: Chateau de Vie
- Chelsea Garden Inn, Photo: Chelsea Garden Inn
- Cottage Grove Inn, Photo: Cottage Grove Inn
- Craftsmann Inn, Photo: Craftsmann Inn
- Indian Springs Resort and Spa, Photo: Indian Springs Resort and Spa
- Mayastoga Property Group, Photo: Mayastoga Property Group
- Mount View Hotel and Spa, Photo: Mount View Hotel and Spa
- Golden Haven Hot Springs Spa and Resort, Photo: Golden Haven Hot Springs Spa and Resort
- Solage, Photo: Solage
- The Bergson, Photo: The Bergson
- Cover Photo: jerome berquez/stock.adobe.com