Roman Spa Hot Springs Resort in California
Tucked into the base of Mount St. Helena, in the heart of Napa wine country lies the Roman Spa Hot Springs Resort. Enchanted Mediterranean flower gardens surround their guests in beauty. While visiting, enjoy the historic town of Calistoga then return and indulge in a massage, herbal facial or hot mineral pools. Relaxation awaits for those to take advantage of.
Roman Spa Hot Springs Resort Facilities
Choose from the luxurious, naturally heated outdoor or indoor pools and spas or one of two Finnish saunas to refresh the soul. Roman Hot Springs Resort’s spas and pool range from 92° – 104°F, and are filled with geothermal waters straight from the source.
Pamper yourself at the full-scope spa. Whether your indulgence is massage, an herbal facial or a natural mineral mud bath, this is the place to rejuvenate throughout. While visiting inundate your senses with the beautiful Mediterranean flower gardens, barbecue with new friends, take in a sauna or simply relax by the pool or guest library
Roman Spa Hot Springs Resort Overnight Accommodations
As a guest enjoy the natural hot springs spas and pool at your leisure. Slip into dreamland in one of 60 different guest rooms or suites, designed to promote your peaceful and relaxing experience. Choose from a standard room with beautiful cherry-wood furnishings, a whirlpool room and your own decadent Roman tub, or a kitchen or family suite.
Roman Spa Hot Springs offers a variety of packages for your stay. Want to plan a romantic getaway, a special memory floating in a hot air balloon or just stay and play, you’ll find it here. They also provide property-wide wi-fi for their guests.
Other Overnight Options
View Available Lodging in Calistoga (Expedia paid link)
Roman Spa Hot Springs Resort Directions
From Sacramento take Route 80 West to Napa, Sonoma Route 12 West exit. Then take Route 29 North to Calistoga (approximately 28 miles). The flashing red light indicates you’re at the entrance to Calistoga. Turn right and at the stoplight turn left onto Washington Street and go one block.
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