by Michael J. Shapiro | October 07, 2016

Napa Valley's Carneros Inn has rebranded as Carneros Resort and Spa. The luxury, 28-acre property in Northern California's wine country is in the midst of a $9 million renovation, the first phase of which it debuted earlier this year. The $6 million phase I included a new wedding and events venue called the Arbor, upgrades to the family pool, a new guest reception area, and updates to the on-site fine-dining restaurant, Farm. 

A $3 million renovation to the resort's 86 cottages and 10 suites is more than halfway complete, and includes more modern furnishings with lighter color palettes to match the farm-style architecture of the hotel. The owners expect the cottage renovations to be completed by the fourth quarter of 2017.

"We are pleased to announce the rebranding of Carneros Resort and Spa, as it is a continuation of our ongoing efforts to revitalize the upscale property." noted Greg Flynn, chairman and CEO of the resort's owner, Flynn Properties. "The new name was created to reinforce and complement the property's distinct personality and destination-resort appeal in the highly regarded Carneros region."