Yes, there are luxury spas at almost any destination you can imagine. But few are blessed with the abundance of natural resources found here in the Napa Valley. From its world-renowned soils to its grape by-products and farm-to-massage-table ingredients, our wine country has got you covered from head to toe.

Calistoga mud baths

From the same rich volcanic ash that brings you 100-point wines comes a bucket-list body treatment: the mud bath. A combination of mineral-rich soil is mixed with the town’s legendary thermal waters to create a must-try experience that’s proven to effectively treat sore muscles, arthritis, various skin ailments, and plain old stress. The heat and mud can also stimulate skin cells, plumping them up for a healthy glow, as well as moisturizing and tightening. Calistoga has quite a few spas that offer mud baths or treatments, including: 

Dr. Wilkinson’s Hot Springs Resort


The Spa at Meadowood Napa Valley

This high-end resort – the only spa in the valley to receive a Forbes five-star rating – built an ultra-elegant free-standing spa several years ago. Its lavish treatment menu includes “From the Gardens,” using seasonal essential oils and herbs during your exfoliation and massage. “From the Vines” is a massage and facial that employs vinotherapy using grape extracts rich in antioxidants to fight free-radicals with resveratrol, reducing oxidative stress.


Moonacre Spa

Located in the Calistoga Motor Lodge & Spa, this spa has a modernist vibe and has a little fun with its treatments. Try a body scrub with grape seeds, old-fashioned bath soaks, or a massage that uses a heated linen poultice filled with lavender and mustard seed.


The Spa at Silverado Resort

A classic Napa Valley resort with a full menu of treatments including the Chardonnay Sugar Scrub (blended with shea butter and six natural oils to exfoliate and nourish skin), the Meyer Lemon Salt Glow (using an infusion of hand-pressed olive and grape seed oils, soothing chamomile, flowers, and aloe vera to exfoliate), and the Lavender Mint Clay Wrap (with warm lavender mint clay to stimulate circulation, firm, and tighten).


Spa Terra at The Meritage Resort

Named one of the “Top Spas in America,” Spa Terra is located in a 22,000-square-foot wine cave with stone and copper walls. Its locally inspired menu of services includes stone massages, grape-seed facials, and lavender body scrubs.


b Spa at Bardessono

The experience here is sleek, modern, and green – Bardessono is a LEED Platinum Certified resort. Its spa menu includes Yountville Signatures (an indulgent two hours with Olavie Chardonnay Wine Therapy products that contain the most potent antioxidant in nature, stimulating the renewal of cells and collagen) and Farm to Spa (including exfoliation, a lavender-scented mud wrap, and a massage with herbs, locally grown lavender, and uplifting flower elixirs).