Solage

Solage

755 Silverado Trail
Calistoga, California 94515
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Local Phone: (866) 942-7442

Surrounded by breathtaking mountain ranges, steps from Calistoga in northern Napa Valley, Solage Calistoga brings a refreshing new twist to the wine country resort lifestyle.

With sophisticated, private studio accommodations, the celebrated Spa Solage, and Michelin Star-rated Solbar, you’ll experience Napa Valley resort hospitality in a whole new light.

Dog-friendly policies:

  • Size: All sizes
  • Breed restrictions: None
  • Maximum number allowed: 3
  • Non-Refundable Deposit: $100 cleaning fee
  • Percentage of rooms that are dog-friendly: Less than 50%
  • Other comments: If dogs are left in room, they must be crated or a "Do Not Disturb" sign must be posted on the door.

Dog-friendly property amenities:

  • Dog Waste Bags
  • Cozy Dog Beds
  • Dining/water bowls
  • Special treats

Piper at Archer Hotel Napa - Photo Credit: @piperthebabybear
Piper at Archer Hotel Napa - Photo Credit: @piperthebabybear
When it comes to dog-friendly lodging in Napa Valley, there are almost as many choices as there are wineries to visit. Start your search by sorting out your parameters regarding type, location, level of luxury, price, etc., then delve into the dog-friendly listings on DogTrekker.commore »
Westin Verasa - Photo Credit: Sarah_Ackerman (CC)
Westin Verasa - Photo Credit: Sarah_Ackerman (CC)
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Dog at Napa Valley hotel
Photo courtesy: Visit Napa Valley
A destination as diverse as Napa County deserves an overnight stay, and there’s no need to leave Bella home no matter what your budget. Whether you lodge at a luxury property (think five-star Bardessono, Solage, Calistoga Ranch or Carneros Inn) or make a short commute from an affordably priced chain property on the outskirts of the valley (such as Holiday Inn Express & Suites in American Canyon), you won’t have any trouble finding a place where you and your furry friend can share a room.

If you’re a fan of B&Bs, Beazley House in Napa has long been a DogTrekker favorite, and The Inn on First welcomes dogs in three garden suites with enclosed patios perfect for when your dog needs a break in the middle of the night. (It also has an outdoor shower station for four-legged guests!) more »
Calistoga
A welcoming destination with a rich history, the charming town of Calistoga caps the far north end of the Napa alley like a cork in a bottle. Recently named one of the ten best small towns in America by Fodors Travel, Calistoga encourages visitors to stay a little longer, with small-town ambience, dog-friendly dining and lodging options, the walkability factor and the many wineries that roll out the red carpet for you and your best friend.  more »

Sadie, wine tasting in the Napa Valley.
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