Auberge Du Soleil, Rutherford, California.
Waiting nestled within a terraced, sun-kissed hillside and amongst 33-acres of heritage olive and oak trees, the hotel’s fifty contemporary guest rooms and suites effortlessly blend relaxed sophistication with understated elegance – easily earning the long-standing reputation as wine country’s most iconic luxury property. Enduring relationships with vintners and restaurateurs throughout the valley allow for exclusive access to some of the most sought-after - and little known - tours, tastings and dining experiences in wine country.
Hunter S. Thompson understood the Auberge Resorts Collection way; places that fulfill the urge to broaden horizons, enjoy the journey and bring home memories of a true experience. Guests choose Auberge because, rather than just unplugging and having a rest, they want more. And this certainly is traveling with more. At Auberge resorts, guests are united in a deep-rooted sense of adventure and the innate desire to fully engage with a destination.
Auberge’s nineteen glorious properties have all been designed to highlight location first. The property, locale, individual features and available adventures are the stars, and the logistics all flow from there. What they do so well is to design hotels and residences that mirror their locations; that feel intimate and capture a gracious, open sense of refinement - more like guesthouses than hotels. This creates a warm environment, a style of approachable luxury that allows guests to be themselves and to go home with a stronger connection to the people and the stories of the place.
Their mission permeates every aspect of the offering - creating locally relevant and distinct restaurants and bars beyond the norm; in design-led, energetic spaces set against calming views, in local cuisine mixed with worldly diners or perhaps experiencing modern architecture paired with vintage wines. And the resort spas continue the journey of discovery in all-natural, innovative treatments - inspired by local traditions - that nourish and soothe body and mind while igniting the senses.
These are luxuriously intimate, one-of-kind hotels, residences and experiences offering soulful, deeply personalized journeys witnessed through authentic connections and gracious, yet unobtrusive service.
There must be something in the romantic, South of France-meets-California air at Auberge Du Soleil… They have a 100% success rate on marriage proposals!
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Escape from the everyday. Your perfect Napa Valley vacation. Plan your future stay at Auberge du soleil and receive a $200 resort credit when reserving a Deluxe King Room, or $300 resort credit on Deluxe Suite, when booking any dates through March 31, 2021.
Full prepayment including tax is required at time of booking. All fees waived for cancellations outside 14 days of arrival. Cancellations within 14 days, the full deposit will be applied towards a future stay.
Highlighting individual properties:
Hotel Jerome, Auberge Resorts Collection has been a modern Aspen Landmark since 1889. These days, a sympathetic, Western-chic revamp has restored the lovely cobalt and gold lobby tiles and installed pressed-tin roofing to beautifully replicate the Victorian originals. Meanwhile, leather sofas, crackling fires, Navajo rugs and softly glowing antique lamps create a vibe of lived-in luxury, which attracts both locals and a cool, après-ski crowd. World-class powder, backcountry adventures, culture, shopping and nightlife come together at Hotel Jerome for the best ski and mountain scene in the Rockies. From adrenaline-packed excursions to definitive cultural festivals, there’s something here for everyone.
The utterly charming Mayflower Inn & Spa, Auberge Resorts Collection in the beautiful, sunny town of Washington, Connecticut is a peaceful retreat in 58 acres of lovingly tended gardens and woodlands.
The Mayflower offers a fresh and modern take on the sophisticated New England style, set against the backdrop of a lavish English country house complete with three standalone cottages. Four-poster beds, oriental rugs and stunning views onto nature embody the essence of this intimate, country retreat. Hike through meadows and wetlands, cycle along the banks of Lake Waramaug or take a cheese-making class at a family-run farm - the unrivalled pleasures of the Litchfield Hills await.
Auberge Du Soleil, Rutherford, California
Waiting nestled within a terraced, sun-kissed hillside and amongst 33-acres of heritage olive and oak trees, the hotel’s fifty contemporary guestrooms and suites effortlessly blend relaxed sophistication with understated elegance – easily earning the long-standing reputation as wine country’s most iconic luxury property. Enduring relationships with vintners and restaurateurs throughout the valley allow for exclusive access to some of the most sought-after - and little known - tours, tastings and dining experiences in wine