(11 Jan 2021)
The Four Seasons Resort and Residences Napa Valley has
confirmed that it will welcome its first arrivals in early-spring
Located in Calistoga in the heart of California’s
famed wine region, the property is Napa Valley’s only five-star
resort set within a working winery.
“Four Seasons Resort and Residences Napa Valley is
ushering in a new wine country,” said General Manager, Mehdi Eftekari. “It is an extraordinary destination set amid the
vineyards where wine, wellness, culinary and design all converge.
We are eager and excited to welcome guests to book and plan their
incredible wine country vacations next year.”
Resort is located at 400 Silverado Trail in the quaint town of
Calistoga, tucked into the base of Mount Saint Helena at the top
of Napa Valley and surrounded by hundreds of acres of vineyards.
Calistoga beckons a sense of discovery with its rich history,
natural hot springs, mud baths, and laid-back lifestyle, just 90
minutes yet a world away from San Francisco, the Bay Area and
The resort offers guests the choice of 85 guest
rooms, one-bedroom suites, and 315-sqm villa. Each room at Four
Seasons Resort and Residences Napa Valley, designed by Erin Martin
in conjunction with HBA, boasts breath-taking views, fireplaces
and private terraces.
property, couples and families will have access to a spa, two outdoor swimming pools,
a variety of event spaces and several unique dining experiences.
Calistoga resident and
world-class winemaker Thomas Rivers Brown operates the winemaking
program at Four Seasons Resort and Residences Napa Valley. A
native of South Carolina, Brown began his California winemaking
career in 1997, and has since made a name for himself as a
non-interventionist, creating wines that showcase the vineyard
foremost. Renowned wine critic Robert Parker Jr. awarded him 25
perfect 100-point scores on his cabernet sauvignon projects over
the past decade.
The resort had originally been scheduled to open
in late 2019.
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