Are we a Napa Hotel? Or a Napa Valley Bed and Breakfast?
We talk about this in a video on our website,
but this is a question that comes up often on the phone.
We're a bit of both.
Napa Hotels typically have:
·Rooms with private baths
·Staff that helps you discover the wine country.
We have those things, too.
Plus a few more:
·A great homestyle gourmet breakfast
·Complimentary tasting passes to wineries
·Private winery pourings in our wine cellar
·FREE wireless internet access
·FREE chocolate chip cookies
·FREE evening chocolate desserts
. . . we could go on and on about the "free" stuff all day.
Thing is, most hotels have little itty-bitty charges for things:
$10 per day for high speed internet
$7.99-14.99 per movie for each movie you watch
$25-40 per day for breakfast for 2 people
$20 per day for 'resort charges'
$5-$20 per day for "energy surcharges" (or "wine flossing", or something that sounds expensive, but you never see). ;)
(total of above: $80 per day, or more)
You get the idea.
We give you all of those things-- and more
. . . at no extra charge.
"Free" (included in your rate).
For us, that's a pretty big difference.
And there are so many others!
What is the difference between a Napa B&B, and a Napa Hotel, for you?
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