Design & Facilities
Alila Napa Valley is designed as an intimate retreat with a fresh, modern approach to comfort and rejuvenation. Calming, neutral palettes and floor-to-ceiling glass create soothing havens for relaxation with enchanting close-enough-to-touch vineyard and estate views.
The hotel is built around a stately Georgian-style guesthouse that was originally constructed in 1907 and now houses the hotel’s Acacia House restaurant as well as six of its 68 rooms and suites.
Designed by renowned design team Yabu Pushelberg, the hotel’s guestrooms are elegantly sophisticated and crafted for comfort with earthy tones, crisp whites and natural materials, and are suffused with natural light through picture windows and sliding glass doors. Senses are spoiled with luxury linens, bespoke Italian furnishings and spa-like bathrooms with marble basins and Victoria + Albert freestanding bathtubs, while automation controls and high-tech amenities provide convenience at a touch. An oversized balcony or wraparound terrace with a fire pit grace most of the rooms, where guests can unwind in luxurious seclusion and serenity. Select rooms also feature an outdoor soaking tub on the balcony.