|Most expensive month:||November|
|Average price in Calistoga:||$589/night|
|Cheapest price found:||$146/night|
|Most expensive day:||Saturday|
Calistoga Spa Hot Springs
1006 Washington Street, Calistoga, CA, United States
Best Western Plus Stevenson Manor
1830 Lincoln Avenue, Calistoga, CA, United States
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Known for its mineral hot springs and prime location in the heart of California’s Wine Country, Calistoga is an indulgent getaway destination. Activities range from family-friendly bike trips to hot springs and wine tasting in rustic barns to quaint cottages and Italian-style castles.
Hot spring spas in Calistoga have drawn travellers to the region since the 1960s. Mineral baths often utilise volcanic ash mud and accompany services, such as shiatsu and Thai massages, yoga classes and reflexology sessions. You can find both public and hotel-based spas throughout downtown.
As part of California’s vast wine country, Calistoga wineries offer wine tasting in unique structures, such as barns, simulated castles and country cottages. Visit Frank Family Vineyards, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, to experience a progressive three-room wine tasting with sparkling, red and white wine. Don’t miss the underground cellars, escape tunnels and Italian frescoes at the medieval-inspired Castello di Amorosa.
Rent an electric bike to take a self-guided wine-tasting tour in the small communities. You can also drive along the Silverado Trail, which was once used by the silver rush of the 1850s and now hosts over 40 wineries straddling five towns, including Calistoga.
Dining in Calistoga centres around the downtown area, with many eateries and pubs scattered along Lincoln Avenue and Washington Street. For brunch, join locals at the sophisticated Solbar for black sesame crepes and yellowfin tuna sliders. In the evening, relax in a red leather booth while enjoying prix-fixe Italian dinner at Barolo.
Downtown Calistoga is pedestrian-friendly and cycling is a popular way to visit the wineries. Shuttles and limos offer wine tours, while rental cars are available at Sacramento International Airport, about a one-hour drive from Calistoga.
One of the most popular hotels in Calistoga is Solage, Auberge Resorts Collection, which has been reviewed by 87 users and currently has a rating of 9.4/10. Other top-rated locations include Calistoga Wine Way Inn and Cottage Grove Inn, which have received 8.5/10 and 9.4/10 ratings from our users, respectively.
Solage, Auberge Resorts Collection is a popular hotel near Calistoga Hot Springs that is highly recommended, with a score of 9.4 across 87 reviews.
When compiling your Napa Valley travel itinerary, be sure to allocate plenty of time for shopping as there is no shortage of locally owned boutiques, market outlets, malls, restaurants, and more, particularly along Calistoga’s main through-road, Lincoln Avenue. To ensure that you are never too far from the action, we recommend staying at a cheap Calistoga hotel like the UpValley Inn and Hot Springs, Ascend Hotel Collection in the heart of Calistoga, and near the Oat Hill Mine Trail, Pioneer Park, and Calistoga Speedway. You can also book hotels in Calistoga, such as the Calistoga Motor Lodge and Spa, to be close to Pioneer Park and Napa River. For a touch of luxury, we recommend staying at the Solage, Auberge Resorts Collection located within walking distance to the Robert Louis Stevenson State Park, Sharpsteen Museum, Robert Louis Stevenson State Park, Calistoga Visitors Center, the Spit N’ Cycle, Ca’toga Art Gallery, and Calistoga Hot Springs.
Prepare to have a full-on California trip with the kids because there are just as many cheap hotels in Calistoga as there are family-oriented activities, adventures, and excursions waiting. Noteworthy area attractions to visit include but are not limited to Petrified Forest, The Old Faithful Geyser of California, hike amongst the oak trees in Bothe-Napa Valley State Park, visit Castello De Amoros for all things medieval knights, and much more. The Calistoga area offers just about everything to leave kids hungry for more. If you want to be in proximity to the abovementioned activities, including National and State Parks, History Museums, and more, we recommend you book family-friendly hotels in Calistoga, such as the Best Western Plus Stevenson Manor located in the heart of the city and within walkable distance to Calistoga Hot Springs, Oat Hill Mine Trail, Napa River, Napa County Fairgrounds, Ca’toga Art Gallery, the Sharpsteen Museum, Calistoga Spit N’ Cycle, and much more.
Calistoga is serenely located in California’s wine country, Napa Valley surrounded by vineyards, Palisade Cliffs, a redwood forest-Tanoak forest, tranquil rolling hills, hot springs such as the Old Faithful geyser, and the Petrified Forest. There’s also much to do in downtown Calistoga. When you’re not taking a peaceful stroll of Bothe-Napa State Park, or the 13th-century inspired Castello di Amorosa Tuscan castle and winery, you can bike around Napa Valley, and take in the views from a hot air balloon. We recommend staying at the peaceful and quiet hotel in Calistoga called Calistoga Spa Hot Springs to enjoy all this and more. Consider staying at Dr. Wilkinson’s Backyard Resort and Mineral Springs hotel, especially if you want to take a detox bath either in the Calistoga Indian Springs Mud Baths or the Golden Haven Mud Baths. You will also be in proximity to Vincent Arroyo Winery and the Sterling Vineyards.
You know it’s going to be a treat eating out in any of Calistoga’s restaurants because your meals will be accompanied by a locally-made bottle of wine. Of all the Calistoga neighborhoods, Lincoln Avenue has a collection of different restaurants offering various dining experiences. For example, you can listen to live music while enjoying a glass of wine and alfresco dining at the Calistoga Inn, which offers classic American-style meals cooked over wood-fired grills. For some Thai food, consider the Calistoga Thai Kitchen, pizza at the La Prima Pizza, Soo Yuan for some Chinese, Pacifico for a bit of Mexican food, and the Palisade for those with a craving for salads, sandwiches, and wraps. We recommend staying at cheap hotels in Calistoga such as the Mount View Hotel and Spa or The Bergson hotel to be in proximity to these restaurants, including the Sterling and the Vincent Arroyo vineyards.