What We Love
- Daily continental breakfast and evening wine and cheese pairings are included in the Jetsetter rate
- The small spa offers vinotherapy treatments along with facials and massages
- The striking contemporary art collection
- Some rooms have bucolic views over rows of grapevines
- Cozy-luxe guestrooms have fireplaces, organic bath products and private balconies
What To Know
- Free WiFi
- While there's no restaurant, the area has great dining options
- The Vineyard Suites and Cellar Kings offer the most privacy
- There's a pool, hot tub and fitness center
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- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
Set in the heart of the wine country between Yountville and Napa, this gem was recently transformed from a rustic B&B to world class luxury digs. The accommodations range from contemporary vineyard suites to antique-filled guestrooms in the 1870 Parker Mansion. Every one of the 41 rooms has cozy-luxe features galore, including fireplaces, organic bath products and private balconies; suites also have heated floors. Dotted throughout the property is a formidable trove of art. Days at the hotel begin with a hearty continental breakfast, and evenings are ushered in with wine and cheese pairings. The SENZA Spa, meanwhile, offers a comprehensive menu of treatments that range from botanical facials to a spa flight, which entails three kinds of pampering. This being wine country, there are also vinotherapy experiences on the menu, like the Gifts From the Vine treatment, which incorporates the heavenly scent of rose petal body butter fortified with grapeseed extract, as well as a facial using lavender, rose and honey-enriched grapeseed.
In the Area
When you’re in Napa Valley, it only makes sense to indulge in the sybaritic pleasures of the region, namely wining and dining. Start at Hall Wines, the gorgeous fairy-tale winery owned by the inn’s hosts; it fuses Old World charm with sleek modern design. Here you can sample flights of the family’s vintages in the atmospheric tasting room, attend a fun and informative wine workshop, or simply stroll the grounds and admire the idyllic views of the Mayacamas Mountains. Book well ahead to snag a seat at one of the area’s paradigm-changing restaurants, like Thomas Keller’s French Laundry, his more casual but no less delicious Bouchon Bistro, or the excellent Greystone Restaurant at the CIA, with its Tuscanyesque views of hills and vines. If you’re keen to keep that Thomas Keller high going, check out Ad Hoc, originally conceived as a pop-up but now a permanent Yountville fixture; it showcases the chef’s American comfort food roots.
How to Get There
This is a great location, i was initially thinking it might not be quiet enough but its tucked off the main road with great trees and foliage, and the vineyard. great location, very convenient, nice atmosphere. Comfy beds, fireplace, nice room.
Josh who checked us in and showed us the room gave great recommendations and was so helpful.
We stayed here during the week for a short getaway and it was amazing! The room was spectacular with great views, clean and modern. The wine night was a pleasant surprise and the heated pool topped off the night. Alana was incredible. We highly recommend this hotel.
This is a very cozy and nice Boutique style hotel.
It is in a small vineyard (some rooms have that view), close to the highway.
I found the breakfast very good and the landscape very pretty. Also, you are walking distance to Don Giovani Bistro, a very good choice for lunch or dinner. Highway noise was not noticed during our stay.
On the downside, service is very limited. We had first floor rooms and had to climb up the stairs with our baggage and no help.
Rooms are small and water pressure could be better.
With sky rise prices during September, this should be a good value for money.
Visiting from Vancouver for a short relaxing get away and a first time visit to Napa, my wife book a few nights at Senza. The staff are very pleasant and super helpful. A boutique property, the setting is great, the garden room by the pool offered up a perfect location. There is an impressive continental breakfast with excellent gluten free options to fill you up before taking in a day of local wine tasting. If you didn't get enough, or it's your first night there you can participate in the 6pm wine and cheese tasting on the patio before calling an Uber to take you to dinner.
Sadly we were only booked to stay at SENZA for one night, as soon as we saw the place we were upset that we'd have to leave so quickly!
The whole place is gorgeous; the grounds are wonderful with a hot tub, fire pit, swimming pool etc.. the rooms are beautifully presented and clean, and the staff are warm, friendly and very welcoming.
We were enjoyed the tasting reception, the staff made a real effort to chat to us and there were some great wines and food laid out for us.
We would happily go back and stay here again, don't miss it!