The Westin Verasa, Napa Prepares for September Opening

The Westin Verasa, Napa is preparing to open September 18 in downtown Napa, blocks away from COPIA, The American Center for Wine, Food & the Arts and the new Oxbow Public Market. The hotel will be the first full-service, upscale property to be built in Napa in nearly five years.

The 180-suite hotel’s design is based on historic NapaBay and Bay Area architecture and will utilize timbered elements, wood, stone and concrete accents. The hotel also embraces the NapaRiver and Preserve, where an expansive pool, courtyard and south wing are open to the natural environment.

Concierge service will help guests make the most of their stay, providing easy access to wine tastings, culinary attractions, spas and the area’s recreational opportunities. Amenities include an outdoor pool, hot tub, up to 12,000 feet of conference and event space, two bocce courts and easy access to river walking paths.

Chef Ken Frank is moving his award-winning restaurant La Toque from its Rutherford location to the property. La Toque was named one of the “Best Restaurants in America by The Wine Spectator.

Visit www.VerasaNapa.com.

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