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Andaz Napa

Andaz Napa Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Part of the hip and upscale Andaz chain, this hotel is a decidedly modern option amid Napa's often rustic-luxe inns and resorts. With a great downtown location, it offers 141 rooms and suites. Amenities such as balconies, deep soaking tubs, and seating areas are dependent on the room type, but all rooms include sleek decor and freebies like snacks and Wi-Fi; standard rooms are small. Overall, this hotel is a lovely option, complete with a farm-to-table restaurant and access to a nearby gym, but those seeking a small or spacious rooms may consider rates at a neighboring property.

Best Western Elm House Inn

Best Western Elm House Inn Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Most guests equate the 22-room Best Western to more of a cozy bed and breakfast than a mid-range chain. Perhaps it's due to the personal touches -- such as the freshly baked chocolate chip cookies, milk, and apple cider served in the lobby every afternoon. The hotel capitalizes on its homey feel -- some rooms offer fireplaces, terraces (though overlooking a parking lot or street), or Jacuzzis , and the furniture and decor is quaint, if not high-quality. The place does lack some facilities that other mid-range hotels have -- there is no pool (just a Jacuzzi), fitness center, or restaurant. It's a mile from downtown Napa, within a 20-minute walk of its restaurants and shops, but overall there isn't much to rave about -- the quality of experience is still that of a Best Western.

Embassy Suites Napa Valley

Embassy Suites Napa Valley Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Embassy Suites in Napa does not look like your typical chain hotel upon arrival. It strives to emulate the Napa Valley vibe with manicured, sprawling grounds, a palm tree-lined, villa-like facade, and warm decor in the 2012-renovated suites. The juxtaposition of patterned rugs and patterned walls in these suites may have missed the mark (they feel a bit busy to some), but the decor is fresh and all suites feature separate living rooms, wet bars, mini-fridges, and microwaves. Families will enjoy the two nice pools -- the indoor pool is large and the outdoor pool is in a quiet courtyard, surrounded by the hotel (similar chain hotels often feature roadside pools), but the fitness center is a drive away.

Napa Winery Inn

Napa Winery Inn Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Located right off Route 29, the main road that runs through Napa Valley, the 55-room Napa Winery Inn is a small, upper-middle-range contemporary property. With a friendly staff and reasonable rates, it can make a good base for exploring the larger Napa region. While rooms are unremarkable and a bit dated, and the inn itself is somewhat generic-looking, it's a comfortable spot and should suit couples and families. There's a small, well-maintained outdoor pool and hot tub that's regularly supplied with fresh towels. Unfortunately, the proximity to the highway means there's often traffic noise, especially in the pool area and in the rooms facing the road.

River Terrace Inn

River Terrace Inn Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The three-story River Terrace Inn is a 106-room property located along a tree-lined river path. It's an upper-middle-range hotel with a range of features and services. Rooms are tastefully furnished and comfortably designed to meet the needs of both business and leisure travelers. It's also romantic enough for couples, honeymooners, and those celebrating a special event. A path along the riverfront leads to the Oxbow Public Market in downtown Napa. The inn has an outdoorsy feel yet it's within a minute's walk to dozens of restaurants and tasting rooms. It would appeal to travelers of all ages and particularly those who'd like to experience the Napa area's shops, restaurants, casinos, and vineyards, while also feeling as if they're at a private getaway. Overall, the River Terrace is a terrific value for the price.

EuroSpa & Inn

EuroSpa & Inn Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This mid-range converted motel is a 5-minute walk from downtown Calistoga, and offers 13 big (if slightly plain) rooms, with microwaves, mini-fridges, wet bars, and gas fireplaces. It's hardly luxurious, but it does have a quaint, B&B feel, solid freebies (free breakfast, free Wi-Fi), a spa, and a small but lovely pool.

Best Western Plus Stevenson Manor Inn

Best Western Plus Stevenson Manor Inn Rating: 3.0 Pearls

While the Best Western Plus Stevenson Manor Inn is more about value than luxury, the 34 rooms are clean and spacious, with modern amenities such as iPod docks and flat-screen TVs, as well as contemporary decor -- mostly in tan, chocolate, gray, and cream hues. The main areas of the hotel, including the simple pool and tiny breakfast area are nothing to write home about. It's the convenient location of this hotel that's the real draw here -- walking to downtown Calistoga or driving to wineries in St. Helena and along the Silverado Trail is a breeze.

The Chablis Inn Napa Valley

The Chablis Inn Napa Valley Rating: 2.5 Pearls

The Chablis Inn is basically a simple two-level mid-range motor lodge with no frills. The rooms are big and comfortable enough, but you have to put up with old fixings like tube TVs and old-school alarm clocks. While it does have a (tiny) pool, perks such as free Wi-Fi, and a pet-friendly policy, this place is probably better suited as a one-night stopover for wine country visitors than a long-term stay. It's close by to some great wineries, but the hotel itself isn't the type of environment where you'd sit outside with a couple of glasses of wine and relax.

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Locations

  • Napa Valley
  • Calistoga
  • Napa
  • Rutherford
  • St. Helena
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Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
  • Business Center
  • Cabanas at Pool
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Brands

  • Best Western
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