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There isn’t really an “average”-priced room at Meadowood Napa Valley. Rates range from $575 per night for a single Studio room to $8,000 or more for the resort’s multi-bedroom suites and family lodges. Basic rooms, called Studios, start at $575, and each have their own wood-burning fireplace, a private, covered deck, queen bed, sitting area, and bar. They also face the hotel’s wooded hillside, so there’s plenty of quiet. For a single person or a couple, they’re great. The only catch, if you consider it one: These rooms have showers instead of tubs.
If you really need a romantic soaking tub with room for two, move up to a Tree Top Room. These rooms start at $950 per night and have a big, romantic pedestal bathtub, a California king bed and a wood-burning fireplace. These rooms are also located in a more secluded part of the hotel, so you’ll have plenty of privacy. The only downside: These rooms don’t have terraces or decks.
The final, highest tier of rooms at Meadowood Napa Valley are the suites. The smaller, one bedroom version of the luxurious Estate Suite starts at $3,000 per night, and prices rise as you add bedrooms. Estate Suites include amenities like sisal carpets covered by thick wool rugs, multiple indoor and outdoor dining areas, bathrooms with two-person soaking tubs and separate showers, an additional outdoor shower hidden in a trellised private garden, heated floors, a wet bar, king beds, and a private terrace. It’s the last word in luxury Napa hideaways.
Rates at Meadowood vary in price. Our published rates range from $475 for the studio to 2,250 for the Estate Suite.