In Wine Country, your hotel room is so much more than just a place to rest your head at night. These new Napa Valley and Sonoma spots are destinations in and of themselves, bringing culture, history, luxury, and of course, stunning vineyard views to your vacation.


A guest room at Napa’s Bann hotel.

Bann at Oak Knoll, Napa

Tucked away off Napa’s bucolic Oak Knoll Avenue, Bann whisks its guests away on a whirlwind trip across the world. The inn’s three vineyard-facing rooms are uniquely designed as tributes to different regions of Thailand, complete with floor-to-ceiling drapes, opulent wallpaper, hand-painted sinks, and antique furnishings. Enjoy teatime on arrival in a cozy pagoda, plus a traditional Asian breakfast each morning. Bann even has a pool and jacuzzi, perfect for a relaxing soak after a long day of wine tasting.


The George, a restored 1891 mansion in Napa.

The George, Napa

Located in the heart of downtown Napa, The George is a stunningly restored 1891 mansion that was in total disrepair until the Theodorides family rescued it in 2016. Taking care to preserve as much of the original details as possible, The George blends Victorian architecture with clean and contemporary design throughout its nine rooms. There’s also a living room, show kitchen, garden, and speakeasy, but the dining room is the true showstopper, featuring a beautiful, 360-degree tropical mural that’ll make you crave a mai tai over your morning coffee.


Four Seasons Napa Valley, in Calistoga

Four Seasons Napa Valley, Calistoga

The much-anticipated Four Seasons Napa Valley finally opens its doors this summer, boasting sophisticated and classic farmhouse-inspired accommodations that look out at the surrounding vineyards and the Palisades Mountains. Set just outside downtown Calistoga, the Four Seasons is within walking or biking distance of many restaurants, wine tasting rooms, hot springs, and shops—but you may feel inclined to stay put between the two pools, on-site winery, spa, bocce court, and many culinary offerings.


A scenic view at Montage Healdsburg.

Montage, Healdsburg

This secluded escape sits just a few minutes outside of downtown Healdsburg. Modern bungalows that feel like luxury treehouses—some even have outdoor showers—seamlessly blend into Montage’s 258-acre landscape complete with vineyard, forest, or mountain views; two pools; vineyard yoga and archery; a spa; and multiple eateries that cover every need from poolside to fine dining. (See our story “The Getaway” for more information and photos.) The property also features a portfolio of luxurious residential offerings.