Vintage House Is Your New Home Away From Home In Yountville

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A suite at the hotel
A suite at the hotel

Photo Credit: Will Pryce

1987: Napa Valley wine connoisseurs know the vintage as being one of the best in the decade, and those with bottles are currently enjoying the ripe 31-year old elixir. The year also marked the birth of Vintage House, an 80-room hotel in the heart of downtown Yountville, which recently received a modern makeover. Vintage House, like the fine wines of its birth year, is a superior hotel of prestige, luxury, and excellent quality.

The exterior
The exterior

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The house is part of The Estate Yountville, a 22-acre property that takes up most of the Western half of downtown Yountville. The Estate consists of V Marketplace, Michael Chiarello’s restaurants, Bottega and Ottimo, the Hotel Villagio, a spa, and Vintage House. It’s a hop, skip, and a jump away from Yountville’s major attractions including The French Laundry, JCB Tasting Salon, Bouchon Bakery, and Stewart Cellars. The prime location makes Vintage House our new favorite place to stay in the valley.

The pool
The pool

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A trio of design firms—Hirsch Bedner Associates, Illuminate, and Canvas—worked together on the house’s upscale interiors. The look is contemporary and cool, but warm and welcoming. The lobby feels more like the home of a wealthy, stylish, child-less couple than it does a typical stuffy hotel entryway. It’s two inviting rooms, decorated in a blue and grey color palette, separated by a glass elevator and a sleek staircase. Colorful artwork and pops of bright purple grab your attention. While the concierge offers you a glass of wine, the front desk presents you with your room key. Outside a rectangular pool glistens and lounge chairs beg for sunbathing.

The lobby
The lobby

Photo Credit: Will Pryce

With soothing fountains and blooming roses, the grounds are spectacular. Outfitted in Restoration Hardware furniture, the guest rooms are charming and luxurious. Think masculine dark wood walls, roaring fireplaces, bright marble-filled bathrooms, and sumptuous bedding.

The wine cart in the lobby
The wine cart in the lobby

Photo Credit: Will Pryce

Vintage House has 40 local winery partners, and the well-informed staff can tailor a wine country experience to suit any guest’s needs. Other amenities include complimentary breakfast and bikes, a fitness center, quiet meeting space, ample event space, and a seven-treatment-room spa. The next time you’re in Yountville, stay at the sophisticated and lovely resort—you’ll leave feeling relaxed, refreshed, and rejuvenated.

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