News for the Hospitality Executive
CALISTOGA, CA. (May 31, 2013) - The Calistoga Spa Hot Springs, a geothermal hot springs resort, recently completed an extensive renovation project that has dramatically transformed a property that has been attracting repeat guests for generations. Located in downtown Calistoga, the 56-room hotel and spa was completely redesigned with a contemporary spa inspired look and feel.
The eighteen month long renovation has touched all aspects of the property including a redesign of the guestrooms with spa-inspired bedding, honed Italian porcelain tile showers, kitchenettes with microwave ovens and modern conveniences such as full High Definition LED televisions. The focal points of the renovation are the four-geothermal heated mineral pools. The pool deck was fitted with travertine tiles, new designer-inspired pool furniture and the inclusion of grape covered arbors.
Green Building practices were incorporated throughout the design resulting in the Calistoga Spa Hot Springs receiving the Green Leader – Gold designation from TripAdvisor.com. Practices include rain water to aquifer recharge system, recycling and reuse, and responsible purchasing policies. Local craftsman and labor were utilized and products were produced locally to reduce the carbon footprint of the project. On Earth Day 2013, the Calistoga Spa Hot Springs received the Green Leader – Gold designation from Trip Advisor.
The Calistoga Spa Hot Springs has been serving guests in the upper Napa Valley for nearly fifty years. Known for the therapeutic, geothermal heated mineral water and volcanic ash mud baths, the Calistoga Spa Hot Springs remains a value in the Wine Country hospitality market. The owners and staff of the Calistoga Spa Hot Springs, look forward to providing this unique holistic experience to guests for future generations.
Michael Lennon – General Manager