What are the best rooms to stay in at Meadowood Napa Valley?

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Rob Harrison

The best room to stay in at Meadowood Napa Valley is our Estate Suite, which is our most luxurious suite. Spacious, open floor plans, picture windows, French doors and sweeping views invite the resort’s natural beauty indoors. Elegant, cottage-style décor and furnishings, including sisal carpets covered by thick wool rugs, are beautiful yet relaxed. Luxurious bathrooms feature two-person soaking tubs and separate showers, dual sinks, dressing vanities, full-length mirrors and walk-in closets. The Estate Suite is settled into the eastern slope of Meadowood’s small, private valley with sweeping views of the fairways below and the forested hillsides to the west. Expansive terraces celebrate the region’s indoor-outdoor living tradition and face northwest to capture the full length of each day. Seating allows for casual gatherings, al fresco dining, reading or dozing.

Another choice is Meadowood’s Croquet Lodge, which was recently updated. We made sure to keep the Meadowood cottage feel, but add a freshness that’s comfortable and welcoming. We selected timeless pieces of furniture and fabrics, and gave each of the rooms its own special character by purchasing unique antique pieces and changing fabric and rug patterns from one room to the next. The brass hardware throughout the lodge was replaced with new hardware in a rustic, dark bronze finish. We also updated the Croquet Lodge’s outdoor spaces. We added wood decks on the lower level with new outdoor furniture including, either bistro tables and chairs or Adirondacks chairs. And, we raised the decks to floor level to create a more direct connection between indoor and outdoor space throughout the lodge. These new decks are the perfect settings for private meals, a leisurely afternoon of reading or simply a bit of quiet contemplation.

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