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Meadowood Napa Valley offers a variety of vacation packages to fit your idea of a relaxing and enjoyable time. If you want a few days to reconnect with the one you love, there’s the Memorable Meadowood Napa Valley Immersion, a three- or four-night getaway that includes one complimentary lunch or dinner at the resort’s semi-formal restaurant, The Grill. If you stay four nights instead of three, you also get two 90-minute treatments at the resort’s spa — not a bad way to sweeten the deal. There’s also the Art of Romance package, with two nights at the resort, a Couple’s Pure Relaxation Massage, breakfast in your room or at The Grill, and a bottle of wine and box of chocolates when you check in.
Some amorous pairs may not be able to take a full three or four days off, so there’s the shorter Bed & Breakfast Getaway package, which includes one night in a room, breakfast either in The Grill or as room service, and a bottle of Napa Valley Cabernet at check-in.
For those who live life in the luxurious lane, the resort offers a Town & Country Getaway, a four-night vacation that splits its time between Meadowood Napa Valley and the Mandarin Oriental in downtown San Francisco. For $4,600, you get car service to and from the airport, two nights at the Mandarin Oriental, dinner with cheese and wine pairings at Silks in the San Francisco hotel, and breakfast in bed.
When you’re ready to leave the city, you can pick up a luxury car rental (for an additional fee) and head to Meadowood Napa Valley, where you’ll have two nights in a guestroom or suite with a private deck and cozy fireplace, room service breakfast every morning, a one-on-one wine tasting with Meadowood Napa Valley’s master sommelier Gilles de Chambure, two 90-minute spa treatments, and a four-course dinner for two in The Restaurant at Meadowood Napa Valley paired with wines handpicked by (your new friend) the master sommelier.