Meadowood Napa Valley

Meadowood Napa Valley

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Luxury Napa Valley retreat with Three Michelin Star Restaurant

Meadowood Napa Valley is one of the region’s finest luxury hotels, owned by vintners and dedicated to showcasing the best the area has to offer. Experience rural charm at this picturesque estate, surrounded by the beautiful Napa Valley countryside and moments from the very best local attractions. On-site you’ll find numerous treats including one of the USA’s only three Michelin star restaurants and an invigorating new-for-2015 spa centre, helping to create a memorable escape to this slice of Californian bliss.

  • Three Michelin star dining at ‘The Restaurant’
  • Play the nine hole course
  • Scenic location in Napa Valley area
  • Spa centre opening late 2015
  • Exquisite wine tasting events held daily

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  • Minimum age: 18

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Meadowood Napa Valley

1973 Reviews 90% of travellers recommended this hotel

Traveller ratings

  • Excellent 1641
  • Very Good 193
  • Average 86
  • Poor 33
  • Terrible 20

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May 16, 2018

very special property

Chicago, Illinois

We stayed at Meadowood on our first visit to Napa Valley. It was a magical place! The grounds were so beautiful, and the cottages were gorgeous! The staff treated us like royalty. The food, fabulous. Our croquet lesson and games were so much fun! And most important, the entire experience was warm and inviting. The only disappointing aspect of our stay is that we didn't have enough time to enjoy this special resort as we were busy enjoying beautiful Napa. Next time we will build that into our schedule. Meadowood is a place to savor and enjoy!
May 16, 2018

Good but not great


My husband and I enjoyed our experience at Meadowood, but there were some downsides... Meadowood is a beautiful hotel with expansive, well kept grounds. It is currently undergoing a major renovation, so the gym and pool are out of commission. There's a temporary gym facility set up in an air conditioned tent in the interim. While you can't hear the noise of the renovations from the rooms, room prices are still steep despite having no pool and a makeshift gym. The Restaurant is amazing, and The Grill is also excellent. Both are worth visiting, even if you don't stay at the hotel. The tasting menu at the Restaurant was outstanding... Clearly deserving of its Michelin 3 stars. The waitstaff was also exceptionally warm and inviting, as was the chef, who invited us to visit the kitchen after our meal. The new spa is beautiful, but it wasn't functioning as expected... Repetitive clicking noises came from the outdoor heaters- even when they weren't on, and the staff couldn't figure out how to make it stop. So, time outside of treatments wasn't relaxing. Also, the women's sauna wasn't working properly, and the aromatherapy pump in the women's steam room was broken... All problems you don't expect from a 5 star spa. The standard rooms are very nice, but they're not as well appointed as comparable properties like Calistoga Ranch, Bardessono, etc. which offer larger suites, steam showers and/or hot tubs, free drinks/snacks, etc. Also, the bed was a little lumpy/not super comfortable. Overall, we had a nice time, but my mind wasn't blown, like I'd expected, given the hype around the hotel and the price point. We've stayed in some beautiful hotels that offered a better experience and left us wanting to go back to spend more money. I was also disappointed when the day after we checked out, the hotel sent a nice thank you note to my email ([email protected]) but addressed it to my husband,
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