Each of Solage Calistoga's 89 rooms is in its own little cottage with a private outdoor patio. You can see all the room details in our gallery, but let's not forget our favorite amenity--free WiFi.
Rooms also come with a pair of cruiser bicycles for heading off to nearby wineries that include some of Napa’s biggest names like Chateau Montelena and Sterling, as well as a few interesting boutique producers like Fisher Vineyards, Dutch Henry and Kelly Fleming Wines. You could also just amble around the grounds or cycle into the town of Calistoga.
The resort’s restaurant, Solbar, gets much of its produce from local, organic farms, and has a Michelin-star, though it also serves up casual fare for breakfast and lunch.
For general unwinding, the resort has a ginormous pool and there is another private pool, along with separate men's and women's mineral plunge pools at Spa Solage.
Then there are the sunken bocce courts just outside the reception area for when you want to impersonate old Italian men sipping rosé and tossing the ball around on a Sunday afternoon.
It’s the simple things…
Full disclosure: Eric Rosen spent two nights as a guest of Solage Calistoga while on assignment for another publication but all opinions expressed are his own.