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Top attractions to visit in Napa
- The Hess Collection Winery & Art Museum
- Jarvis Estate
- Pine Ridge Vineyards
- O’Brien Estate Winery
- Del Dotto Vineyards & Winery
Best Day Trips in Napa & Sonoma
- Napa Valley Wineries Tour Including Picnic Lunch
- 8-Hour Private Sonoma or Napa Wine Tour with Concierge Service
- 8-Hour Custom Private Napa and Sonoma Wine Tour
- Napa Valley Wine Tour Planning and Transportation
- Sonoma Valley Wine Trolley
1. Archer Hotel Napa 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Napa California
Set within 1,000 feet of Napa Valley Opera House in Napa, Archer Hotel Napa features a fitness centre and a bar. Featuring a 24-hour front desk, this property also provides guests with a rooftop bar and seating. The property is located in the Downtown Napa district.
All rooms in the hotel are equipped with a flat-screen TV and a mini bar. The private bathroom is fitted with free toiletries, slippers and a bathrobe. At Archer Hotel Napa, each room is equipped with a seating area. Select rooms include a private balcony.
An American breakfast is served every morning at the property. Guests can dine in the on-site restaurant, which specialises in American cuisine.
This upscale hotel with an urban vibe is a 10-minute walk from Oxbow Public Market and a 12-minute walk from the Napa Valley Wine Train.
Polished rooms come with flat-screen TVs, Nespresso machines and minibars, as well as free Wi-Fi, wine coolers and welcome sweets. Chic suites feature furnished balconies, fireplaces and/or 4-poster beds; upgraded suites add living areas and wet bars.
Amenities include a renowned steakhouse, a rooftop bar and a gym, plus indoor and outdoor meeting space.
We stayed in The Archer’s Den with a fireplace and balcony. The suite was beautiful! There was a large balcony with a fireplace overlooking downtown Napa, a living room with wet bar/mini kitchen, and a separate bedroom and bath. The suite was huge, and featured a wonderful modern wine country vibe. The bathroom had a large walk-in shower, double vanity and huge soaking tub.
As locals, we have frequented the Sky and Vine rooftop bar and Charlie Palmer Steak on numerous occasions. Now that we have experienced the beautiful rooms and exceptional hospitality, the Archer will definitely be at the top of our list of recommendations to our Napa visitors or locals looking for a “Staycation.
How much does a room costs at Archer Hotel Napa?
This suite features a balcony, minibar and seating area.
Where to book online – Archer Hotel Napa – Gay Friendly Hotels Napa California – you can find the best hotels deals in Napa during Festival Napa Valley which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Napa on Booking.comor Agoda.com or Hotelscombined.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
2. The Westin Verasa Napa 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Napa Valley
Ideally situated along the Napa River in the Napa wine region, the eco-friendly Westin Verasa boasts gourmet restaurants and an outdoor saltwater pool with panoramic mountain views. Spacious suites include a kitchenette.
The modern suites are decorated in warm colors with bright accents and dark wood furniture. Each offers a separate living room, 2 wall-mounted flat-screen TVs and a private balcony. Bathrooms feature a separate soaking tub and bathrobes.
Guests can relax on the large sundeck or by the firepit on the terrace. The Westin Verasa-Napa offers a modern gym as well as bocce courts. The concierge desk can arrange wine tours.
Located on the riverbank in downtown Napa, this upscale hotel is 3 minutes’ walk from the Napa Valley Wine Train and a 5-minute stroll from Oxbow Public Market.
Modern rooms have flat-screen TVs, desks and free Wi-Fi, as well as rainfall showers and pillow-top mattresses. Upgraded rooms offer kitchenettes. Suites add balconies, kitchens and living rooms with pull-out sofas. Dog beds and treats are available (fee).
Parking is free. There’s an acclaimed French restaurant, a bar and a lounge, plus a business center and 5 meeting rooms. Additional amenities include a fitness center, a spa, and an outdoor saltwater pool with a bar and a hot tub.
The hotel is large and is located in an excellent part of town. We walked to Oxbow Market, Model bakery (both are delicious) and some other bars in the downtown area. The check in staff was friendly and the wine tasting each day was nice. We had a two bedroom two bath suite and it was perfect for our group and less expensive than getting two rooms at some of the other local hotels.
It’s not a boutique or trendy hotel but it had everything we needed and we were very happy. Parking is free and we had no issues getting our car to go to the wineries. I would definitely stay here again.
Very good location close to the Oxbow Market, a trendy collection of small restaurant spaces within a large building. Walking distance to downtown Napa but there is plenty of free parking in that area if you don’t want to walk.
There is a $20/day resort fee that includes valet parking with in/out privileges. There is no self-parking even though you can park out on the street without charge, if you don’t want to wait for the valet. It also includes a daily wine tasting in the lobby. During our stay, moderately priced wines were featured (around $30/bottle) so it’s not cheap Gallo wine but it’s certainly not Duckhorn Vineyards either.
We absolutely adored our stay at the Westin Verasa Napa. The location was wonderful; we were able to walk to Oxbow Public Market, Gott’s, and many other nearby spots. The hotel also offered shuttle service in the evenings on the weekend, so we were easily able to explore the adorable downtown area!
The hotel also offered nightly wine tastings from different local vineyards, which was a nice way to unwind at the end of the day. The lounge/restaurant in the lobby was also lovely and had many great menu selections.
Oh, and to top it off, they had a Peloton in the fitness center, which was awesome! The rest of the fitness center was lovely too – a good number of machines and other equipment, plus chilled towels, water, and earbuds.
We loved our stay here and can’t wait to come back.
The hotel is in an ideal location in downtown Napa to base your wine country activities. Walking distance to Oxbow Public Market, the Culinary Institute of America and the rest of downtown Napa, this Westin can’t be beat for location. As has been mentioned many numerous times in the reviews, the suites are spacious – you’re swimming in space with multiple bathrooms, a dining area/kitchen and a sitting area. The suites are appointed nicely and housekeeping keeps the whole thing very clean. It’s valet parking and the valet is very helpful. The fitness center is adequate but can get crowded at peak times due to lack of equipment/space.
This property is close to Oxbow Market. A little walk from downtown Napa. Quiet and spacious rooms. We had a King suite with a large living room, dining area, full kitchen, patio, 1 bedroom and 2 bathrooms. Very friendly and professional staff. Wine tastings and free massage in the lobby the day we arrived. Pool area is small but pleasant and cabanas are on a first come first to get it basis. They are free which is a nice perk! Drinks are not cheap but bartender was friendly. Beautiful walking path behind hotel. Would recommend and would stay again.
Nice relaxing resort in the Oxbow district within walking distance of the public market, wine tasting rooms and several restaurants. We enjoyed a suite that had a full kitchen. Room was large and well appointed. We tried the Bank cafe for a late dinner and also for breakfast. Good service and food was very good. There is a complimentary wine tasting in the late afternoon. Large lobby bar and also a Michelin rated restaurant on the property, La Toque. Nice walking paths and quite scenic.
How much does a room costs at The Westin Verasa Napa?
Prices start 285$/night for Guest Room, 1 King. The Premium Suite, 1 King, Sofa bed is 389$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.
This premium suite includes a sofa bed and a kitchen with an oven, stove top and coffee-making facilities. A dining area, flat-screen TV and a seating area with a sofa bed are provided.
Where to book online – The Westin Verasa Napa – Gay Friendly Hotels Napa California – you can find the best hotels deals in Napa during Festival Napa Valley which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Napa on Booking.com or Agoda.com or Hotelscombined.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
3. Farmhouse Inn 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Sonoma California
Located in the heart of the Russian River Valley, central to Napa and Sonoma wine country and over 500 wineries, this family owned boutique inn features a Michelin-starred restaurant and renowned spa on site. Free WiFi is included
All rooms at the Farmhouse Inn include fireplaces, flat-screen TVs, luxurious premium bedding, refrigerators, seating areas. A luxurious en suite bathrooms offers a spa bath or steam shower.
Complimentary concierge services at Farmhouse Inn are provided. An outdoor pool and hot tub are available for guest use.
Set in the Russian River Valley, this chic farmhouse-style hotel is set on a property dating from 1872. It’s 2 miles from Sonoma wineries, and 21.7 miles from the Pacific Ocean.
The refined, woodsy rooms feature feather beds, flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. Some rooms add fireplaces and vaulted ceilings, as well as saunas and private decks.
Full breakfast is available, and there’s an acclaimed farm-to-table restaurant. Other amenities include a heated outdoor pool, and a spa. Parking is free
The property is beautiful and unique with the layout (lots of smaller buildings on the property). They have many special “extras” such as nightly s’mores, take-away homemade sugar scrubs and soaps, nightly turndown service with the best cookies you’ll ever eat, nightly wine tastings from local wineries…I could go on!
We stayed in one of the small cottages and were immediately impressed with the cleanliness and consideration put into the room. Our cottage had a personal sauna, a very nice perk!
The restaurant is next-level good. We both decided it was our favorite dinner ever, without a question.
We also had spa services here and the spa was magnificent.
It was such a relaxing and luxurious time, I highly recommend staying here if you’re booking a trip to Sonoma county.
How much does a room costs at Farmhouse Inn?
Heated marble floors and a steam shower are featured in the en suite bathroom of this spacious room. A private outdoor patio with an indoor/outdoor fireplace is also included. This room is located in the back of the property for privacy and quiet.
Where to book online – Farmhouse Inn – Gay Friendly Hotels Sonoma California – you can find the best hotels deals in Napa during Festival Napa Valley which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Napa on Booking.com or Agoda.com or Hotelscombined.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.