Calistoga offers a full range of lodgings, from B&Bs, motels, and small inns to boutique and larger luxury hotels and resorts.
Narrow your search with this handy cheat sheet describing the town’s top overnight stops in a nutshell.
Peppy retro roadside motel with two pools, a whirlpool, and a spa with a steam room; ask for room in back. $$
One of Calistoga’s oldest spa properties, with palm-lined grounds and an Olympic-sized mineral-water pool. $$$
Landmark century-old building downtown houses spa, two restaurants, and hotel rooms, the best of which are large and sponsored by area wineries. $$$
Motel-style property with mud-bath spa. $$
Chi-chi but low-key resort with a top-notch restaurant, bar, spa, and pools. $$$$
Four of this historic inn’s six rooms occupy one of the few remaining cottages from Sam Brannan’s original 19th-century resort. $$$
Three bungalows with fully equipped kitchens with top appliances, a 10-minute walk from downtown. $$$
Well-run five-room charmer surrounded by gardens and vineyards. $$$
Five-room inn with tasteful but not fussy decor known for fun wine-and-cheese get-togethers and four-course breakfasts, both on the wraparound porch in good weather. $$$
Restored 1886 Second Empire–style stone mansion (photo at top), for several decades a hospital, now a five-room luxury inn with classy decor and service, elaborate breakfasts. $$$$
The chain’s Calistoga property has boutique style in the lobby, a good pool, and the rate includes breakfast. $$
Former Comfort Inn’s makeover lends it Wine Country style, and with a pool and a hot tub fed by on-site geothermal waters (not to mention the steam room and sauna), guests can “take the cure” without breaking the bank. $$
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This story first appeared online in 2018; it was fact-checked and updated in 2020.