Hotel Indigo Napa Valley is one of the most unique boutique hotels in Napa Valley, California. Our convenient location provides guests with the opportunity to visit popular local attractions, dine at fine restaurants in Napa, tour award-winning Napa wineries and experience the best of California wine country.
Aside from our on-site Cupa Restaurant and Bar, serving gourmet American cuisine, there are plenty of nearby restaurants that our guests can enjoy. Stop by Galpao Gaucho Brazilian Steakhouse, Fume Bistro, and Bistro Don Giovanni for some of the best dishes in Napa Valley, all less than a five-minute drive from the property.
Shoppers don’t need to travel far - we are less than ten minutes by car or taxi to the Riverfront Shopping Mall or Napa Premium Outlets where you can browse through numerous brand name stores and discount shops. Check out local art and craft displays, new age bookstores and unique food kiosks and make a plan to stop by Oxbow Public Market, an expansive marketplace that features fresh produce, a riverside deck, and a variety of food vendors. Just a ten-minute drive away from our hotel is the popular Riverfront Promenade, which features stunning Napa River views, beautiful shops, spas, restaurants, and cafes.
There’s no shortage of places to see and things to do in Napa Valley, CA. From wine trains, festivals and car races to hot air balloon rides, museums and wilderness parks, there is something for everyone to enjoy and experience.
If you have a need for speed, head on over to the Sonoma Raceway! It's a 2.52-mile drag-strip and road course that is located on Sears Point in the southern Sonoma Mountains. They have championship events, drag races, and festivals throughout the year and it's less than a half hour's drive from our hotel.
Climb aboard the Napa Valley Wine Train, a fully-operational antique train with 1950s-era engines that run on eco-friendly diesel fuel and natural gas. The train stops at two award-winning wineries, the Raymond Vineyards and the historic Charles Krug Winery, the oldest winery in Napa. With a gourmet restaurant, lush details and furnishings, exquisite scenery and world-class wine, this is an experience not to miss!
Situated in the historic town of Yountville, between St. Helena and Napa, this heritage museum features history, science and regional art exhibitions, as well as educational programs and events throughout the year.
Visit a 400-acre wildlife sanctuary! Safari West offers open-air, guided jeep tours every day. It's home to a variety of animals, including zebras, cheetahs, buffalo and more.
Twice a year, visitors to Napa can see a rotating exhibition of juried sculptures created by Western US artists in the downtown core. The art walk is there to promote the understanding of public art and to bring the community closer together.
Visit an amazing Napa wilderness park that is nestled in the foothills of the beautiful Napa Valley. This park allows visitors to get back in touch with nature. Enjoy biking, hiking, equestrian trails, a native plant garden and various camp sites.