Four Seasons Napa Valley Opening November 2021

Four Seasons Napa Valley Opening November 2021

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The much anticipated Four Seasons Napa Valley has just started accepting reservations, and it will no doubt quickly become one of the region’s best luxury hotels.

Basics of the new Four Seasons Napa Valley

The Four Seasons Napa Valley Resort & Residences is now accepting reservations for stays as of November 1, 2021. The Four Seasons will be located at 400 Silverado Trail in Calistoga, in the base of Mount Saint Helena. The hotel is surrounded by hundreds of acres of vineyards, and will be Napa Valley’s first resort set within a working winery.

Four Seasons Napa Valley pool rendering

The resort will feature just 85 guest rooms and suites, ranging from the entry level 480 square foot resort room, to the 3,400 square foot free-standing villa. As far as the Four Seasons’ amenities go, guests can expect:

  • Spa Talisa, a stone-clad spa sanctuary with signature outdoor treatments featuring local mud
  • Several dining options, including TRUSS (a signature farm-to-table restaurant), Campo Poolside (a California-Mexican poolside open-air restaurant), and a wine tasting room, with consulting from winemaker Thomas Rivers Brown
  • Two outdoor swimming pools — one for adults and one for families
  • A fitness center
  • A kids program
Four Seasons Napa Valley spa rendering

Four Seasons Napa Valley rates & how to book

As you might expect, the Four Seasons Napa Valley isn’t cheap, which kind of reflects the overall state of the United States leisure hotel industry, especially in the luxury sector:

  • Napa Valley is only 90 minutes from San Francisco, so it’s very close to one of the largest concentrations of wealth in the country
  • Many Americans who would usually vacation abroad are instead choosing to travel domestically, given constantly changing travel restrictions, as well as concerns about having to test in order to return to the United States (what happens if you test positive, etc.)
  • As a result, hotel rates in Hawaii, Puerto Rico, etc., have been setting new records

With that in mind, rates at the Four Seasons Napa Valley seem to start at around $1,800 per night. Personally I wouldn’t expect rates to get much cheaper anytime soon, given that it’s quite a boutique hotel, and that people are very much going to be willing to pay these prices. This pricing is in line with what Auberge du Soleil charges, which is otherwise regarded as one of Napa Valley’s best hotels.

If you’re going to book the Four Seasons Napa Valley (or any Four Seasons), you absolutely should book through a travel advisor who is affiliated with Four Seasons Preferred Partner. With this program, eligible travel advisors can add value to your stay without it costing you extra. They can add perks like complimentary breakfast (including via in-room dining), a hotel credit, an upgrade subject to availability, and more.

Best of all, Four Seasons Preferred Partner can generally be combined with any rates you’ll find directly on Four Seasons’ website. For what it’s worth, the upgrades through this program are also prioritized over upgrades through other programs, so you’ll want to use Preferred Partner over a program like Virtuoso or Amex Fine Hotels & Resorts. Ford is always happy to help with Preferred Partner bookings, and can be reached at [email protected]

Four Seasons Napa Valley guest room rendering

This property looks really great

While pricey, the Four Seasons Napa Valley looks like a gorgeous property, and I imagine it will do very well:

  • Staying in an active winery is really cool, and something you don’t often get to experience
  • Four Seasons is known for its consistent and exceptional service, and that should be reflected at this property
  • Napa Valley is a luxury destination, but ultimately doesn’t have that many luxury hotels, especially when you consider the increase in demand for domestic travel

If the Four Seasons is out of your price range (as it is for a vast majority of us), consider the Alila Napa Valley, which can be booked with World of Hyatt points. This is a phenomenal property as well, and a great use of points. For what it’s worth, paid rates at that hotel aren’t much cheaper either — they start at well over $1,000 most nights, and often even much more than that.

Bottom line

The Four Seasons Napa Valley has finally started accepting reservations, and will open as of November 2021. The property looks spectacular — it will feature just 85 rooms, and will be the only resort located within an active winery.

If you’re going to book a stay at the Four Seasons Napa Valley, I’d recommend maximizing value by going through a Four Seasons Preferred Partner agent.

To Four Seasons fans, what do you make of the new Napa Valley property?

Want to receive extra benefits for your stay at the Four Seasons, including a space available room upgrade, complimentary breakfast, a hotel credit, and more? Contact [email protected] for more details. He may even be able to help if you already have a stay booked.

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  1. John

    A little surprised no one has mentioned Bardessono in Yountville, although as it's not bookable with points or miles maybe that excludes it? It's also LEED Platinum sustainable and very pet friendly. No affiliation here - just a huge fan of the property.

  2. Dee

    We miss Calistoga Ranch! Have stayed at Auberge- but last Dec so too many restrictions. Have done Solage( they have a new restaurant) too minimalistic! Recently did Alila as a Hyatt- still with many restrictions as it’s in calif!!Hope to try the new Four Seasons for our next anniversary !

  3. Rob p

    We are here at solage since calasotga ranch bured. Love fs and have stayed at many but this one does not look great. Looks too much like an apartment complex. My view at solage sucks compared to auburge but fs might be equally bad since both on valley with no elevation for a great view

  4. AJ

    Can’t believe how expensive hotel rates are at Solage, etc. Thought it was expensive at $1k a night; $2k to $2.5k is unbelievable.

  5. East Duluth

    The Four Seasons will have some stiff competition from Solage, which is literally across the street and is fantastic. I don't think either can replace Calistoga Ranch, though, which was so unique and special.

  6. DCAFrank

    Might splurge here for my 40th next year. And Lucky, I’ve been looking at Alila, but I’ve not seen award space on any day I’ve checked over the next 12 months. Sigh.

    1. Steve

      I found space for harvest season next month but i also booked the first week bookings were open, not expecting any upgrades given how packed the hotel will be. Even at the points rate i feel like im wasting points here considering when im in Napa i want to spend time at the wineries themselves, at tasting rooms and in world class restaurants and dont view Napa as a resort destination where i want to...

      I found space for harvest season next month but i also booked the first week bookings were open, not expecting any upgrades given how packed the hotel will be. Even at the points rate i feel like im wasting points here considering when im in Napa i want to spend time at the wineries themselves, at tasting rooms and in world class restaurants and dont view Napa as a resort destination where i want to spend time in my room or at the pool. To each their own but i think Napa is done best at a small B&B in one of the towns and save the money to join wine clubs or to ship a couple of cases back home.

  7. mike

    Alila Napa is located within an active winery as well. It is technically on the side ranch of Beringers.

  8. JoePro

    Concur with pstm1. Andaz was never anything special. Alila was nice enough. Once I have a little more control over our budget, might splurge at the Montage over in Healdsburg. Four Seasons might be a 5-year anniversary type splurge.

  9. pstm91

    There are now some truly great options in the Napa/Sonoma/etc. area, between this, the new Montage, Meadowood (I believe they've rebuilt from the fire last year), Farmhouse, and more.

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John

A little surprised no one has mentioned Bardessono in Yountville, although as it's not bookable with points or miles maybe that excludes it? It's also LEED Platinum sustainable and very pet friendly. No affiliation here - just a huge fan of the property.

Dee

We miss Calistoga Ranch! Have stayed at Auberge- but last Dec so too many restrictions. Have done Solage( they have a new restaurant) too minimalistic! Recently did Alila as a Hyatt- still with many restrictions as it’s in calif!!Hope to try the new Four Seasons for our next anniversary !

Rob p

We are here at solage since calasotga ranch bured. Love fs and have stayed at many but this one does not look great. Looks too much like an apartment complex. My view at solage sucks compared to auburge but fs might be equally bad since both on valley with no elevation for a great view

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