Our Renovations Have BegunWe’ve just kicked off the ultimate makeover: a multi-million dollar renovation of Calistoga’s original wellness resort. We are now closed to the public, and will reopen this Fall.
Then, Now, Tomorrow...As we look to the future, we reflect on where we began. We’ve come a long way since 1952. We’re kicking off the new decade with the ultimate makeover—a multimillion dollar renovation of our property. We are now closed and will be re-opening this fall.
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We know why you are coming to Calistoga. Not to worry, all of our guestrooms come with complimentary access to our natural spring-fed geothermal mineral pools. "Doc" wouldn't have it any other way! Featuring vintage décor and mid-century architecture, our guestrooms and bungalow lodgings offer spacious, charming abodes to accommodate your Napa Valley stay.
Baths & Treatments
Baths & Treatments
Leave behind city life by embracing total body relaxation at our wellness spa. Revel in the resort’s famous mud baths, followed by a full-body massage or soaking in our geothermal mineral pools. Our treatments are sourced from organic ingredients collected from the plentiful nature of Calistoga.
Stay Downtown and Explore Calistoga
Explore the Area
We admit it, as tempting as Calistoga's mineral springs are, one cannot (should not) bathe all day. Fortunately, our resort is located right on Lincoln Avenue in the heart of downtown Calistoga. There is no more convenient place to explore California's original resort town. (Go ahead and stroll around town in your bathrobe - it wouldn't be the first time!) Situated in beautiful of Napa Valley, our resort is bordered by vineyards, mountains, and natural icons like the Petrified Forest, Safari West, and Calistoga's "Old Faithful" geyser. After your morning dip in our spring-fed pools, take time to tour Victorian-era wineries, hike through our rolling hills, and dine on local, farm-to-table fare.