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Though you really won’t want to miss out on a stay at Auberge du Soleil, we know that even the best laid plans go often askew. With a strict two-week cancellation policy, this Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel doesn’t give you much leeway for those last-minute cancellations. And with just 50 coveted rooms at the hotel, the policy isn’t a surprise. If you find that you must cancel your stay at the Napa Valley hotel, be sure to give at least two weeks’ notice. Assuming you notify Auberge du Soleil by 5 p.m. local time, you’ll not have to pay an outrageous fee. Cancelling fewer than 14 days before your expected arrival will result in a fee equal to the full scheduled stay, plus tax. That’s a double-whammy; you miss out on the Provence-inspired Auberge du Soleil, and you put a hole in your pocket.