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Solage Calistoga

755 Silverado Trail, Calistoga
| +1 707-266-7531
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Solage Calistoga California United States
Solage Calistoga California United States
Solage Calistoga California United States
Solage Calistoga California United States
Solage Calistoga California United States
Solage Calistoga California United States
Solage Calistoga California United States
Solage Calistoga California United States
Solage Calistoga California United States
Solage Calistoga California United States
Solage Calistoga California United States
Solage Calistoga California United States
Solage Calistoga California United States
Solage Calistoga California United States
Solage Calistoga California United States
Solage Calistoga California United States
Solage Calistoga California United States
Solage Calistoga California United States
Solage Calistoga California United States
Solage Calistoga California United States
Solage Calistoga California United States
Solage Calistoga California United States
Solage Calistoga California United States
Solage Calistoga California United States
Solage Calistoga California United States
Solage Calistoga California United States
Solage Calistoga California United States
Solage Calistoga California United States
Solage Calistoga California United States
Solage Calistoga California United States

Solage

Part of the Auberge Resorts Collection, Solage is one of Calistoga’s top lodging options; the trio of overnight accommodations, spa, and Michelin-starred restaurant practically force guests to unwind and relax. The experience starts in the 89 studios and suites, which are built like stand-alone cabins and are furnished comfortably. Most have private patios; larger rooms and suites have private backyards (some even have sunken hot tubs); all have in-room showers lined with rocks that feel great on bare feet. With three geothermal pools, the on-site spa is second to none in the Napa Valley. The property’s signature treatment, dubbed the Mudslide, revolves around mineral-enriched mud that guests are encouraged to slather all over themselves and later incorporates a session in a soaking tub and time in a sound chair. Elsewhere on the property, at the Solbar restaurant, chef Massimo Falsini gives farm-fresh cooking a Mediterranean twist. The Monterey black cod in coconut-turmeric brodo is a crowd pleaser. Another must-order: the Macallan 18 butterscotch pudding, made with aged scotch.