Looking for a hotel in St. Helena? Here’s our guide to where to stay while you enjoy the Napa Valley. St. Helena has hotels in all sizes and price ranges. Find a great place to stay!

Southbridge Napa Valley Hotel

The Southbridge Napa Valley Hotel is nestled into the heart of the Napa Valley and bordered to the north, south, east and west by vineyards. Southbridge offers spacious lodging, wine tasting, world-class dining, gourmet markets, galleries and boutiques, spas, bicycling, hiking, romantic picnic settings, a historic cinema and summer concert series.


The Wydown Hotel

  • 1424 Main St, St Helena, CA 94574
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The Wydown Hotel in St. Helena is  about creating an exceptional experience for  guests. Distinctive and joyful, the Wydown provides a soulful getaway that's just as much the reason for going on your trip as the destination.


Auberge du Soleil

Terraced along a sunlit hillside and nestled among a 33-acre olive grove, the “Inn of the Sun” is renowned for its culinary roots, sweeping vineyard views and exceptional service.


Wine Country Inn and Cottages

Set adjacent to a vineyard, the Wine Country Inn & Cottages offers its guests wonderfully comfortable and authentic accommodations set right in the heart of Napa Valley. Romantic and secluded, this boutique hotel delivers the quintessential wine country experience with spectacular vineyard views.


El Bonita Motel

THis retro gem tells the history of our small California town. Located in the heart of beautiful Napa Valley, El Bonita Motel welcomes you to a rich history and charming escape that stands out against the rest. From its start as a religious retreat in the 1940s to an art deco motel in the 1950s, El Bonita Motel is full of a unique culture that blends the past with the present.In a world-class destination filled with four-star hotels, El Bonita Motel is a little gem, just waiting to be discovered.


Inn at Salvestrin

A short walk to downtown Saint Helena, the Inn at Salvestrin is immersed in farming and winemaking activities allowing guests to see Napa Valley's future as well as its past.