The 283 rooms aren’t particularly revolutionary, landing on the safe side of business neutral, with a mix of whites, blues, and dark wood. WiFi is free throughout the hotel.
Barbianca Local Kitchen has a retractable wall to open the space up to the outdoors (visible towards the back in the above picture) and serves “an ingredient-focused menu consisting of traditional Italian favorites with a unique twist and utilizes sustainable and organic practices to serve up northern Italian favorites with a dash of Napa Valley sensibilities”. That’s a mouthful, but now we are kind of hungry.
A King Room at the MdR goes for $289 on the last Saturday of August. For $20 more, you get a view of the pool.
[Photos: Hotel MdR]