Few hotels in Napa Valley give you direct access to a vineyard, but the much-anticipated Las Alcobas—a sibling of Mexico City’s beloved boutique hotel and member of the Luxury Collection—does. Many of the spacious rooms are so close to the Beringer Estate, you can actually see the grapes growing on the vines. “We’re proud that the breathtaking views from our guestrooms are unrivaled in Napa Valley and are eager for guests to experience them firsthand,” says cofounder Samuel Leizorek. He and his partners tapped Toronto–based Yabu Pushelberg to design the property with earthy materials like oak, woven jute, linen, and marble, imbuing the 68 rooms and suites with a sophisticated farmhouse vibe. Wind down with a dip in the saltwater pool and a treatment using Naturopathica products at the 3,500-square-foot Atrio Spa, then enjoy acclaimed chef Chris Cosentino’s artful cuisine at Acacia House. Rooms from $695, lasalcobasnapavalley.com.
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