Top 10 Napa Valley Luxury Spa Hotels: Silverado Resort
Are you feeling overwhelmed by all the activities in the Valley? Do you want your trip to have a little more focus? The Silverado Resort and Spa offers three packages that each cater to a different whim: the Golfer’s Dream Package, the Wine Taster’s Package, and the Spa Getaway make it easy for you to get the most out of your trip. Of course, you can still do it all with a standard stay at the Silverado Resort and Spa.
Golfers will be in heaven on the Silverado Resort’s 18-hole golf courses. Spend the morning perfecting your shot over 360 acres of carefully maintained greens and wrap up your expedition with a satisfying lunch at the Grill, which overlooks the majestic grounds. Ladies, accompany your man on the course or spend the morning pampering yourself at the Spa, a sizable affair at 16,000 square feet, the largest private spa in Napa Valley. Caress your entire body with manicures, pedicures, and shampoo treatments.
Afterwards, you and your partner can meet up for an afternoon of wine tasting! Visit one of the nearby wineries to enjoy intense and pleasurable local flavors. In the sleepy aftermath of your indulgence, you might want to go back to the hotel for a siesta in your plush bed lined with 300 thread-count sheets. Get in some activity at the Resort’s fitness center or splash around in one of the intimate swimming pools. If you’re looking for some competition, partake in a few rounds of tennis at one of the 13 courts. Play into the evening as the courts are lighted!
Silverado Resort and Spa offers a full schedule of special events every day of the week. Interact with fellow guests in free classes and clinics or take advantage of discounts off house wines during happy hour. For your meals, you can choose among three fine restaurants on the grounds or wander out in town. The concierge desk is ready to help with recommendations.
Things to Know
All aboard the Napa Valley Wine Train!, a three hour excursion through the wine country complete with fresh cuisine, tasty wines, and vintage railroad cars.
Rent a pair of 15-speed mountain bikes and pack a picnic lunch-- the Silverado Resort and Spa staff will give you the information you need to complete a half- or full-day tour of the Valley.
From the Bay Area, take Highway 80 East across the Oakland Bay Bridge, proceeding on the highway for approximately 25 miles. Take exit 37 toward Napa/Vallejo, traveling down Highway 29 for 14 miles. You’ll turn right on Trancas Street and drive another 3 miles before turning left on Atlas Peak Road. Turn right at the traffic light and discover the Silverado Resort and Spa.