Napa Valley is well known for its wineries and vineyards but it also features remarkable day spas and spa resorts as well.
Milliken Creek Inn & Spa is an idealistic area that is luxurious, seductive and remote. It is a 12-room retreat tucked away on the Napa River’s unobtrusive banks. Guests enjoy Napa’s mesmerizing romance, while relishing in Milliken’s relaxing atmosphere. Many of their rooms feature private patios or decks and gas fireplaces. They serve a complimentary gourmet breakfast and an evening wine reception. Some of the treatments they offer are the Zen-sational, which includes their signature spa facial, a hot stone massage and exfoliation for your feet, a relaxing hand massage and wrap, and ends with a face and scalp massage. Another is their Rose Delight Facial, a treat featuring real roses and Hungarian chocolate that tones, polishes and hydrates your skin. Many of the spa treatment s offered can be conducted in their seasonal, riverside outdoor cabana.
At the Villagio Inn and Spa submerge yourself in pure bliss with one of four uniquely designed spa experiences featuring individual scents, sound, and spa refreshments for treatments and therapies. Relax and renew within your own private Spa Suite elegantly appointed with fireplace, oversized sunken jetted soaking tub, steam shower, wet bar, flat screen television, and private terrace. They also feature a seasonal treatment. The seasonal Mimosa Immersion treatment starts September 15 and continues to November 30, 2012. Tokay and champagne grapes detoxify and hydrate leaving you with softer, younger looking skin.
If you are ready to enjoy the wine of the region after your relaxing day at the spa, try something different than the tastings at your typical vineyard, hop aboard the Napa Valley Wine Train. The train travels along historic rails through the Napa Valley, taking you on a scenic ride through wine country. Different excursions include a choice of gourmet meals, guided winery tours and special events. The Napa Valley Wine Train has been in operation for more than 20 years, and travels along rails built in 1864. The train itself consists of several restored Pullman cars, Vista Dome cars and converted diesel locomotive engines. Tours begin at the station in the town of Napa and travel north through the valley to Calistoga, at an unhurried pace of 36 miles that takes three hours. Prices vary depending on package details.
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