The world-class Auberge du Soleil has created a special America’s Cup package to help guests celebrate Nappa Valley, the official wine region of the sailing competition. The America’s Cup, which takes place in San Francisco, is being toasted with a two-night package by the Auberge, whose mantra is “please is healing”. Guests can stay in the hotel’s renowned Garden Room, where they will receive a signature bottle of wine and fresh fruit upon their arrival. At the hotel’s five-star restaurant, a four course dinner with champagne greeting awaits. As if that wasn’t enough, the package also includes two signature 60-minute Auberge massages, access to the Round Pond private garden and, of course, complimentary breakfasts.
The Auberge du Soleil was established by French-born hotelier Claude Rouas and business partner Robert Harmon, who wanted to bring the Provençal laid-back luxury to California’s wine country. The inn features sun and earth-toned suites with elegant French decor, including private terraces, fireplaces and decor from iconic interior designers Michael Taylor and Suzanne Tucker. At the hotel’s restaurant, executive chef Robert Curry has earned back-to-back Michelin stars.
From now until November, this exclusive package will be available for $3,015, while rates will be $2,615 from December until March 2013. For more information on rates and details about the Auberge du Soleil, visit the hotel’s website.