Best Calistoga Lodging


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Joe Becerra

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Where to lodge in Calistoga

Best Calistoga Lodging

Calistoga is the northern-most town in the Napa Valley. It is a lovely and historic spot, famous for its hot springs, mud baths, and spa treatments. Calistoga life runs at a much slower pace than the rest of the valley. The best Calistoga lodging varies from the very plush Solage Calistoga to the reasonably-priced Best Western Stevenson Manor. Although there aren’t as many restaurants in Calistoga as there are in the towns of St. Helena, Yountville, or Napa, you are sure to find many good choices that will meet your needs. See the best restaurants in Calistoga. Calistoga has plenty of shopping, sightseeing, and many nearby wineries and tasting rooms. Find out about the Calistoga shuttle service that can take you to and from your Calistoga lodging. If you cannot find accommodation in Calistoga, try the town of NapaYountville, or St. Helena. Below is our guide to the best lodging in Calistoga.

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Calistoga Lodging Guide

Bergson Inn
1010 Foothill Blvd.
(707) 942-5755

Calistoga Motor Lodge and Spa
1880 Lincoln Avenue
(707) 942-0991

Calistoga Ranch
Luxury lodging
580 Lommel Road
(707) 254-2800‎

Calistoga Spa Hot Springs
Spa and hot spring features
1006 Washington St.
(707) 942-6269 or (866) 822-5772

Dr. Wilkinson’s Hot Springs Resort 
1507 Lincoln Avenue
(707) 942-4102

EuroSpa & Inn
Casual and comfortable
1202 Pine Street
(707) 942-6829

Mount View Hotel & Spa
1467 Lincoln Ave.
(800) 816-6877

Roman Spa Hot Springs Resort
Spa and hot springs features
1300 Washington St.
(707) 942-4441

Solage Calistoga
Luxury lodging – expensive
755 Silverado Trail
(707) 226-0800

Stevenson Manor Inn
Newly remodeled
1830 Lincoln

The Francis House
1403 Myrtle Street

UpValley Inn & Hot Springs
1865 Lincoln Avenue
(707) 942-9400

A closer look at Calistoga

If you visited Calistoga 50 years ago it would very much look the same today. Calistoga just might be Napa Valley’s most interesting town. This video will show you why.

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  • Joe Becerra

    Joe Becerra has been traveling to wine country and enjoying wine since 1965. He is a retired educator, and now have the time the opportunity to share his wine travel experiences through this Website.

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