Carneros Resort and Spa Finishes Renovations to Cottages, Suites

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Napa Valley luxury property Carneros Resort and Spa has wrapped up renovations to its 94 cottages and suites. The upgraded accommodations now have redesigned interiors and exteriors, new furnishings, improved outdoor terrace amenities and more.

Oakland-based Nina Chiappa Interiors, who oversaw the renovation of the Spa at Carneros earlier this year, led the redesign. Taking inspiration from nature and wine country living, the updated accommodations use a neutral color palette and wood furnishings.

Carneros Resort and Spa’s cottages offer 400 square feet of living space, as well as up to 800 square feet of outdoor living space. Guests can, in a majority of the cottages, can open new floor to ceiling glass bi-fold doors, creating a seamless space from their indoor space onto their updated private deck. The upgraded outdoor terraces now provide new dining tables and chaise lounges, as well as individual gas fire pits. Portable mini-projectors and telescopes are available as add-on amenities.

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Carneros Resort and Spa, located on a 28-acre stretch of land in California’s Napa Valley, offers 100 cottages, suites and private homes. The destination hosts three on-site dining options: FARM at Carneros, Boom Fly Café and Hilltop Dining Room. Other offerings include an upscale general store, a high-end fashion boutique, the recently renovated spa, a fitness center and two pools.

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