Opening of the Four Seasons Hotel in Calistoga
The Four Seasons Resort and Residences Napa Valley has opened with 85 rooms and suites in Calistoga.
With the Elusa Winery at its heart, the resort includes a restaurant and bar, two swimming pools and a collection of creative event spaces for meetings, weddings and other social events, according to the company.
The largest accommodation in the resort is the stand-alone 3,395 square foot Villa Estate, with an expansive living room opening onto a large terrace overlooking a private pool and garden, a separate media room, indoor and outdoor dining areas and three bedrooms with bathroom. It also includes the Four Seasons Private Retreat Collection. According to SFGate, room rates at Napa Valley’s premier Four Seasons hotel range from $ 1,200 to $ 2,500 for a suite. The property’s restaurant, TRUSS Restaurant + Bar, is run by Michelin-starred executive chef Erik Anderson.
The Napa Valley Register reported that the resort, although managed and advertised as a Four Seasons property, is called the Calistoga 400 Silverado Trail, due to the city’s non-chain ordinance. It has been under construction since its approval by the city in November 2012. A first shovelful of soil was expected in 2014, with an opening scheduled for 2015.
The project was launched in 2015, and it was later announced that Four Seasons had joined us to manage the resort. The complex was due to open in 2018.
“We couldn’t be more thrilled to welcome guests to the Four Seasons Resort Napa Valley,” said general manager Mehdi Eftekari, who arrived from Manhattan three years ago to oversee the creation of the first Four Seasons within an estate. vineyard in activity. “It’s been a long time coming which has given us the luxury of building a team of truly talented people and putting together thoughtful programming that blends the best of the Napa lifestyle with Four Seasons excellence.”