Calistoga, Napa Valley, California
Located in the heart of wine country, Solage sits on 22-acres of Napa countryside. Boasting a modern farm aesthetic, it's recommended for families and couples looking for a chic retreat, where award-winning food, and health & wellness are high priority.
At a Glance
Ideally located in the heart of Napa Valley for tastings and restaurant bookings
Just as good in winter for a cosy spa and food retreat than during summer months
Each room comes with two cruiser bikes to ride around the grounds or pop into town
Pared-back but luxurious rooms dotted through the property give a village feel
All rooms have semi-private or private patios made for California indoor/outdoor living
Health and Wellness are a top priority; sublime spa with geo-thermal pools and fitness schedule
Michelin Star-rated restaurant with a laid-back state of mind
The chocolate donuts in the morning are a must, don't question it, just order them and you will be converted!Maudie Tomlinson
Don't miss the signature mud slide; cover yourself in mineral rich mud from the Mud Bar, soak in a mineral bath (with a glass of champers!) and get cocooned in a duvet in a SO sound-vibration chair for the ultimate power nap - wake refreshed and glowing!Camilla Swift
For foodies, we'd recommend a visit to Long Meadow Ranch with the team from Solage for a wine tasting experience and multi-course meal prepared for you in the estates private kitchen where you join in with the cooking process or simply admire the master chef at work!Maudie Tomlinson
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to Solage Calistoga or take a look at our itineraries to California
Nothing is too much trouble at Solage Calistoga; warm and friendly staff are standout here. Single level studio style suites are dotted through this 22-acre property, with high ceilings, recycled walnut furniture, muted natural fabrics and every little comfort considered. Their style is pared-down as the resort is for sociable sorts who will enjoy hanging by the pool, playing a game of bocce ball or out in the valley enjoying a concierge-led wine tasting experience, or at a local ranch cooking with ingredients farm to table.
Solage boasts a Michelin Star-rated restaurant, with an informal state of mind. A locally sourced, ingredient driven menu serving breakfast, lunch and dinner with indoor and outdoor dining areas complete with fire-places, Solbar is a favorite of locals and guests a like. True to Napa Valley form, the food menu is complemented by an extensive wine list, and each dish can be perfectly paired with a glass to enhance the flavors and nicely round off a delicious meal.
If it’s relaxation you’re after then Solage is the Napa hotel for you. The spa has a true wow-factor from the moment you arrive. The spa utilizes the hotel's natural geo-thermal pools, guests can enjoy a pre-treatment soak in the rejuvenating waters, before indulging in a massage from the extensive spa menu, or experimenting with a detoxifying treatment at the hotel’s signature Mud Bar.
Aside from the three geo-thermal spa pools there are two main pools; one exclusively for adults and one for families, each with a hot tub and relaxation area, and complimentary fitness classes are offered at the Yoga & Movement studio daily to help you unwind.
Each studio comes equipped with bicycles, and a range of trails can be found within easy reach of the hotel for hiking, biking and jogging. Tours can be arranged to the surrounding valleys and vineyards, helping you to unleash your inner sommelier and familiarise yourself with some of Napa’s finest wines. Nearby Calistoga provides a number of shops, galleries and alternative dining options making it a pleasant place to while away the hours.
Each of the Solage’s 83 studios and 6 suites is furnished in natural hues with soft Italian linens and original artwork to create a relaxing and comfortable environment. Plush robes and slippers are provided, along with all-natural bath and body products, and Capella Suites come equipped with an outdoor hot tub for ultimate relaxation in a perfectly private setting. Products are all-natural and locally sourced. Extras are included such as wifi, complimentary coffee, tea and mint infused-water.
Solage has several suites located near the pool that have connecting doors ideal for families and secluded suites with hot tubs nearer to the Oak Grove recommended for couples.
Children are very welcome at Solage Calistoga, and the Atlas studio is ideal for families, offering two queen beds. There is also a dedicated family pool where children are welcome.
The Michelin Star-rated Solbar restaurant is headed up by Chef Brandon Sharp who honed his craft at some of the country's most highly regarded restaurants including French Laundry in Napa Valley and Gary Danko in San Francisco. The food is inspired by the most fresh and ripe ingredients available locally, and the menu includes modern and innovative plates that feature true Californian style food.
Some of the varied dishes include tempura-fried white shrimp with snow peas and Asian pear, grilled duck with pomegranate, and Loch Duart salmon with spaetzle and cauliflower Napa cabbage.
A pair of cruiser bicycles are parked outside every studio room for spontaneous cycle rides around the surrounding wineries and nearby downtown Calistoga. Pilates and fitness classes are offered daily in the Yoga & Movement Studio and with 20,000 square feet of dedicated health and wellness space, the award-winning Spa Solage is sure to cater to all your restful and indulgent treatment desires.
The concierge at Solage can also organize private tasting and dining experiences, kayaking on the Russian River and you can borrow one of their dedicated Mercedez-Benz for a spin around the valley.
Location & Directions
Calistoga, Napa Valley, California
Set within the sweeping vineyards of California’s Napa Valley, just a short walk from downtown Calistoga, the Solage offers up the perfect opportunity for guests to relax or explore to their heart's content, making the most of the region’s natural highlights.
When to go
Like most California destinations, you can’t go wrong when picking a time of year to visit. Being inland, Napa Valley benefits from much higher summer temperatures than the cool coast, and is a year-round destination but best from April to October. At the vineyards, September is typically the harvest month, although some varieties may be picked through October and November. Vineyards will be bare from December through February, with new buds returning in March and coming into full bloom by June.
Summer temperatures reach up to around 80 degrees Fahrenheit during the day, and cool off to about 50 in the evenings, so you’ll want to bring a variety of clothes and dress in layers. Winter highs are around 60 degrees with lows occasionally just below freezing. The region averages around 200 days of sunshine per year, so you should have plenty of good weather to enjoy the outdoors.