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Wine Country Spas

  1. Indian Springs

    Indian Springs’ tradition of purification and healing began over 8,000 years ago, when Native Americans built sweat lodges here over escaping steam. The ancient tradition continues in the historic 1913 bathhouse, restored to pristine condition. Inside, thermal geysers warm volcanic ash in mud baths, and soothing music is played in the treatment rooms.

  2. Calistoga Spa Hot Springs

    The motel-like Hot Springs provides a setting in which you can make your visit as restful or as active as you like. Facilities include four outdoor mineral water pools, and exercise and aerobics rooms.

    Calistoga Spa Hot Springs
  3. Mount View Hotel & Spa

    A stay in this historic 1917 resort offers various relaxation and rejuvenation possibilities – mud, milk, or herbal baths, aromatherapy steam showers, body-wraps, massages, or facials – geared to individuals or couples.

    Massage treatment
  4. Health Spa Napa Valley

    In a serene, open-air setting, guests can yield aches and anxiety to a plethora of pampering and invigorating rituals. For some, that may mean a stimulating fitness workout, or a relaxing grapeseed mud-wrap and massage overlooking the tranquil Spa Garden.

  5. Dr. Wilkinson’s Hot Springs

    Over half a century of mud and magic are celebrated here. A mud bath consists of volcanic ash, imported peat, and naturally boiling hot-spring water from the source. Designed for maximum heat penetration and buoyancy, this formula is one of Calistoga’s most efficacious. The experience lasts from 10 to 12 minutes and is followed by a warm, mineral water shower. Next comes an aromatic bath, then a steam room. A blanket-wrap follows, then a nap and slow cool down.

  6. Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa

    This famous inn provides an oasis of ultimate indulgence in luxury and refinement. Blessed by natural mineral hot springs, the legendary spa, with inspired architecture and plants, is all about understated opulence and serenity.

  7. The Kenwood Inn and Spa

    Nationally acclaimed as one of the Wine Country’s most elegant and intimate country inns, the Kenwood consists of 12 guest suites and a full service spa facility. The inn has the ambiance of an Italian country villa in the heart of the Sonoma Valley, situated on a secluded hillside facing over 1,000 acres of vineyards. The spa offers a variety of massage styles, including aromatherapy and Ayurvedic.

  8. Harbin Hot Springs

    Harbin Hot Springs is a non-profit retreat and workshop center located to the north of Calistoga. Its alternative clientele travel from around the world to soak in the natural spring pools, bask on sun decks, receive watsu and other massages from certified therapists, attend workshops, and hike throughout the 1,700 acres of land. Or, of course, you can simply lie back and relax.

    • 18424 Harbin Springs Rd, north of Middletown

    • 707 987 2477


  9. Retreat Resort

    Located in the beautiful Russian River area, this peaceful setting in the Sonoma County Redwoods offers a reinvigorating retreat from modern life. Body treatments include the Sonoma Salt Glow, Moor Mud Wrap, Desert Heat Body Wrap, Body Polish, Aromatherapy Cocoon, Retreat Wrap, and the Anti-Stress Back Treatment, each lasting approximately one hour. Included in your stay are exclusive use of the pool, Jacuzzi and private meadow, and evening wine-tastings on selected weekends.

  10. Sonoma Coast Villa

    This family-run, bed and breakfast hotel is nestled in the rolling Californian hills. The Mediterranean-style house is located in 60 acres of beautiful pasturelands near Bodega Bay. Accommodation consists of 16 luxurious rooms with marble bathrooms, fireplaces, and private patios. This secluded retreat offers a variety of spa treatments, including massages, reflexology, and aromatherapy. The hotel can recommend more strenuous activities in the area.

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