Nestled within the rolling hills of Napa Valley, Auberge Du Soleil plays into the luxurious setting that this vineyard laden destination is known for. The bar is set high for establishments gracing this romantic landscape and Auberge Du Soleil not only meets this standard but surpasses it with its tranquil and opulent demeanor.
Why The Auberge Du Soleil?
The Auberge Du Soleil was created to be a vision of perfect balance between well-being and extravagance. Every inch of the resort is designed to nurture your body from the inside out through its spa treatments, outdoor activities, fitness opportunities and healthy, local cuisine. From a private yoga pavilion to chilled, eucalyptus infused towels at the pool, the Auberge Du Soleil leaves no detail unattended. Resort guests will also enjoy:
- Two Michelin Star rated restaurants
- Spa featuring deep tissue treatments, Reiki, Shiatsu and Thai massages, mud baths and anti-aging facials
- Optional classes in yoga, Pilates, meditation and Qi Gong
- Bar featuring expertly made cocktails
- Sculpture Garden
- Fitness center with optional personal trainers
- Over 1500 wines on selection
- In-house shop with apparel, culinary treats and spa products
- Steam room, whirlpool and soaking pools
- Tennis courts
- Pool with outdoor living room and draped canopies
Décor and design have received focused attention when creating the Auberge Du Soleil. Abstract paintings, wooden furnishings, contemporary art and Mediterranean inspired décor can be found throughout the property. All rooms come equipped with Italian linens, down duvets and bedding as well as private terraces for taking in the views. There are quite a few rooms and suites on offer, each differing slightly, but all similar in their exquisite design. Room options include:
- Maison Rooms: Maison rooms come with either a valley, hillside or garden view. Each room features a private terrace, fireplace, double vanities, soaking tubs, separate showers and a romantic gesture of candles and bath oils.
- Maison Suites: Looking out over either the valley or hillside, these rooms have a private terrace, fireplaces and a king bedroom. Additionally, there is a living room with a seating area, dining table, work desk, refrigerator and butler’s pantry. The spacious bathrooms feature separate showers, sculpted bathtubs and candles.
- Deluxe Maison Rooms: Choose between the valley, hillside, garden or private garden views when booking one of these deluxe rooms. Guests will receive a fully furnished private terrace, king sized bed, work table, sky-lit bathrooms, limestone floors, freestanding bathtub with 22 inch plasma T.V in perfect viewing, a separate shower and a fireplace.
- Deluxe Maison Suites: These rooms face either the valley or hillside and are equipped with a terrace, king sized bed, living room and heated bathroom floors. There is a separate walk-in rain shower and a free standing tub in view of a plasma T.V. There is an additional separate half bathroom as well as a cozy fireplace.
- Private Maisons: The largest and most romantic of them all, these private, stand-alone suites feature a terrace equipped with a sculptural tub and separate shower. The master bedroom has a sitting area and fireplace while the bathroom has a tub, steam shower for two people, walk-in closet and dressing vanity. The living room has a dining space, sitting area, fireplace and bar. Guests who opt for the Loire Maison will also receive an additional half bathroom and a fitness studio.
Make it Extra Special
Between the lavish suites and spa, it may seem that the Auberge Du Soleil couldn’t get any better. However, the resort itself is where the journey merely begins. To make your stay extra memorable, try adding one of these activities to your bucket list:
- Take an exclusive wine tasting excursion in Napa and Sanoma Valley
- Have dinner at a world renowned restaurant in Headleburg or the French Laundry Restaurant (book as early as possible)
- Spend a weekend exploring San Francisco
- Take a hot air balloon ride over the valley
- Take a road trip down the infamous Highway One for some of the best views of the Pacific
Napa Valley is all about the experience and to truly understand its significance and beauty, you must go there and explore it yourself-in style, of course.