Alila Napa Valley | California

The Vibe: Natural materials and a neutral palette creates a soothing setting, enhanced by vineyard views, indoor-outdoor arrangements and uniquely local offerings such as ‘mindful wine tastings’.

The Area: Surrounded by the pristine home vineyards of the Beringer Estate in quaint St Helena, California.

The DNA: Previously known as Las Alcobas, Alila Napa Valley is built around a stately, Georgian-style guesthouse that was originally constructed in 1907 which is now used to house the restaurant, bar and seven guest rooms. Other guestrooms are housed in a series of new gray and brick outbuildings connected by pathways. Understated and inviting, linen upholstered headboards contrast dark with oak paneling and floors. A local, sustainable menu reflects the bounty of Napa Valley while the extensive spa celebrates the Alila brand’s Asian roots.

You feel your soul being replenished. There’s a sense of serenity with the vineyard and colors of nature beside you.

Yabu Pushelberg, designer

Suite-Me-Up: The spacious Vineyard View suites come with a generous corner balcony, fully furnished as a separate outdoor living room for serene relaxation, with soft seating and a fire pit.

✅ free Wi-Fi • size matters: 68 rooms & suites (41-139m2) (450-1,500 sq ft) • hotel opened: 2018 (previously Las Alcobas) • architecture: HRG Architects • interior design: Yabu Pushelberg • parking possible on-site (charged) • no pets allowed • 24-hour front desk • wheelchair accessible

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