Yountville is the place you want to be whilst visiting the Napa Valley. The main street is lined with foodies restaurant after foodies restaurant, wine tasting rooms from some of the top Vineyards, and stunning architecture that varies in style from one building to the next. There is old and new, new that looks old and views to the rolling hills from every view point along the main street.
We recently visited the Napa, and I must admit, I hadn’t heard too much about Yountville prior to visiting the region, however, I selected Yountville as our place to stay purely because of the interiors at Hotel Yountville. Hotel Yountville interiors had me at ‘hello’ right from my first click on booking.com. As you enter Hotel Yountville, the lobby, lounge and bar area leaves you utterly breathless – vaulted, white-washed, exposed beam ceilings, blockwork fireplace, intricate chandeliers, and an all round muted palette of plaid and stunning linens.
The exterior of the buildings are clad in a beautiful stone (quite similar to those stones found lining the vineyards in Provence, France). As you enter your suite, you cant help but notice every little detail – matt black front door, oiled bronze hardware throughout, the muted palette of paint colours and patterened fabrics, oak flooring, and pops of ‘Ralph Lauren’ style colours. The room is beautiful, however it is the bathroom that is the real jaw-dropper. The interiors of this hotel are classic, timeless and yet still edgey enough to be modern.