New Four Seasons Hotel Opens in California's Napa Valley

The new luxury hotel features an on-site winery and 15,000 square feet of meeting space.

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The Cork Room is one of the many meeting spaces available for groups. Photo Credit:Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

Four Seasons has expanded its California presence with a new luxury hotel in Calistoga, a historic town in the Wine Country. The 83-room property is the first and only resort in Napa Valley to be set within a working winery. 

Planners have access to more than 15,000 square feet of meetings space, including a vineyard barn and a lakeside terrace. In addition, the 4.7-acre Elusa Winery offers hands-on winemaking experiences and tasting sessions that are perfect for groups.

Also available on-site is the Talisa Spa, with eight treatment rooms, a mud bath and an expansive spa menu. The property also features two pools. The signature Truss Restaurant and Bar is expected to open soon, with a locally focused farm-to-table menu.

“At Four Seasons, we continuously strive to introduce guests to new places and experiences, while also adding our own unique perspective to well-established destinations," said Christian Clerc, president of global operations for Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts. "Napa Valley is one of the world’s most coveted wine destinations, so we knew we had to enter this market with a truly unparalleled offering — one that sets a new standard for modern luxury in the region."