Where are the best places to stay in Napa?

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Napa and Sonoma has no shortage of incredible hotels that are ideal for getting away and enjoying the wine country. Four-Star Calistoga Ranch offers a quiet place to retreat after a day exploring local vineyards. Rooms are housed in a free-standing lodge and decorated using natural materials. The onsite restaurant features a hearty American menu created by chef Erik Villar, and the Four-Star Spa at Calistoga Ranch features soaking pools and a full menu of treatments, including wine body scrubs. Four-Star Meadowood Napa Valley is larger, but its staff is attentive — from the esteemed resident wine tutor to the guest services manager assigned to each arriving visitor. The suites, cottages and lodges blend classic country style and California sensibilities with stone fireplaces, skylights, vaulted ceilings, private decks and luxurious bathrooms. Five-Star Auberge du Soleil is perched on a quiet, 33-acre hillside olive grove in Rutherford. Rooms here feature luxurious touches including Italian linens, plasma TVs, wet bars with stocked refrigerators (full-sized in suites), espresso machines, large soaking tubs, CD players with a choice of CDs, wine, daily fresh fruit and a personal welcome note. Be sure to visit the exclusive Four-Star Auberge Spa to try one of the signature treatments, including Meyer lemon olive oil massage. Finally, Four-Star Bardessono Hotel and Spa is sleek and modern, and is one of just a few hotels in the country that is LEED Platinum certified. The hotel's 62 rooms are spacious and actually designed to accommodate in-room spa services.

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