Luxury suites, world renowned spa, delicious dining and more.
Solage, Auberge Resorts Collection offers a quintessential Napa Valley experience that draws on the comfortable hometown spirit of Calistoga, while offering luxurious accommodations, incredible culinary choices, a landmark pool with mesmerizing views and an innovative spa.
Relax in a Studio or Suite
Solage’s studios and suites have been recently renovated and offer many amenities.
Each cottage-style suite features a modern fireplace, private outdoor patio, and soaking tub or hot tub to take in the natural surroundings.
“Striking the perfect balance between upscale and approachable, all accommodations are balanced by natural forms and a color and material palate that echoes Napa Valley’s dense forests and local vineyards,” said Pete Alles, General Manager at Solage Calistoga.
The Spa at Solage
No trip to Solage is complete without a day at their impressive spa, a 20,000 square foot wellness center that draws on Calistoga’s historic mud and mineral water therapies.
“Our Bathhouse and geothermal pools absolutely set us apart,” said Alles. “Inspired by the Calistoga hot springs, guests love our many soaking treatments and mud and mineral water therapies. We also offer multiple hydrotherapy circuits among the geothermal pools and have an after-hours bathhouse treatment, delivering a truly unique wellness experience.”
If you’re having a romantic getaway, try the Starlight in the bathhouse experience. You and your plus-one will get the bathhouse all to yourselves, including a mudslide for two, candles, rose petals, sparkling wine and chef-curated bites.
Or book a massage, facial and body polish to rejuvenate your mind, body and spirit during your wine country getaway. The resort and spa also offer a fitness center and daily complimentary fitness classes.
Dine at Solage
Solbar restaurant features farm-to-table selections in beautiful outdoor and indoor settings.
We love starting with the chips and dip: onion crème fraîche, regiis ova royal caviar, house potato chips. Mains include The Tomahawk, mushroom risotto, forty-eight hour beef short-rib.
For dessert, how about their caramelized apple tart, Marin French petite camembert cheese-cake, or crispy meringue with roasted banana pudding, chocolate crunch, and cinnamon whipped cream?
You can also grab bites and refreshing cocktails at their vibrant, full-service restaurant Picobar, which offers stunning views, a casual atmosphere and unforgettable, contemporary Mexican cuisine.
More things to do
Solage Resort is community-driven and social. Guests can hop a bike to Calistoga, which is just a few minutes away, or have their talented bartending staff guide you on the perfect bourbon or whiskey, fireside, at Solbar.
Guests can also take time to enjoy the outdoors, whether taking in a Green Flash Margarita at Picobar, learning to play pickleball at the new courts, or soaking by the geothermal pools – all with incredible mountain views.
Solage holds numerous public events, including the annual Calistoga Food & Wine Grand Tasting each fall, and have some exciting programming it plans to unveil later this year.
“I love that Solage offers a playful take on personalized luxury in Napa Valley,” said Alles. “Everything we do evokes a feeling of a home away from home from the moment you step foot on property and throughout your stay. We have something to offer everyone.”