Las Alcobas, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Mexico City

A mecca for epicures, oenophiles and lovers of natural beauty, Napa Valley is a treasured destination. Las Alcobas, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Napa Valley embodies the many charms of the region, showcasing spectacular accommodations, curated amenities and an unparalleled location in St. Helena.


  • Complimentary Breakfast Daily for two people
  • Early Check-in/Late Check-out, based on availability
  • Priority for Complimentary Room Upgrade, based on availability upon arrival
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi, daily
  • $100 USD Hotel Credit
  • On Property Welcome, In-person warm welcome from hotel management
  • Personalized note from General Manager
  • Welcome Amenity

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A Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star resort, Las Alcobas offers guests a curated travel experience in the heart of California's Wine Country. Simply put, at Las Alcobas, every detail has been perfected, with exceptional service to match.

Occupying a Victorian-style farmhouse originally constructed in 1907, the resort is one of Napa Valley's newest and most exciting luxury hotels. Designed by Yabu Pushelberg, guest rooms and suites feature an elegant, minimalist design, replete with custom-crafted furniture, Rivolta linens and oversized marble bathrooms.

Acacia House, the resort’s signature restaurant, is helmed by Top Chef Master Chris Cosentino and features award-winning California cuisine served in an enchanting setting.

The 3,500-square-foot Atrio Spa (“Atrium" in Spanish) offers unparalleled serenity thanks to the surrounding landscape. Here guests can rejuvenate with a massage that draws from healing techniques used for over 2,000 years. Guests can also enhance their well-being with mind-calming treatments that promote tranquility, combat stress and alleviate insomnia.

When it comes to experiencing the local area, the resort is situated adjacent to the renowned Beringer vineyard and within minutes from many other world-class wineries, the Culinary Institute of America and downtown St. Helena.