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Calistoga Spa Hot Springs Supports the Calistoga Firefighters Association Annual Toy Drive

Holiday Toy Drive
Calistoga Spa Hot Springs is proud to support the Calistoga Firefighters Association (C.F.A.) in their annual Toy Drive. For almost two decades the C.F.A. has facilitated the donation of new unwrapped toys to be given to needy families within the broader Calistoga community. The regional wildfires have affected many families over the past several years and this program provides some relief. Both financial and emotional, and with it much needed Holiday Cheer. Guests of Calistoga Spa Hot Springs will be able to drop off a new unwrapped toy in our lobby or make a financial donation at our front desk. Our lobby Christmas tree will be donated to a need family prior to Christmas and we encourage our guests to bring an ornament and hang it on the tree to join in the giving spirit. Artist Chris Marcinkowski will once again transform our entrance into a one of a kind holiday work of art.


December through February is Cabernet Season up here in the Napa Valley. Unique to Calistoga is the Winter in the Wineries Passport, $250 worth of value for $60, presents a collection of 15 wineries offering complimentary tastings and discounts.

Winter In the Wineries Passport holders receive a 20% discount off guest room rates, spa treatments and spa goodies. Passports may be purchased at Calistoga Spa Hot Springs or online at

Located in the Napa Valley Wine Country, the charming town of Calistoga is viewed in a special way as the vineyards reveal their true form. There is much to enjoy this time of year. Explore local wineries and vineyards, shop at unique downtown shops and art galleries, and savor local California cuisine at wonderful restaurants and micro-breweries. Discover the stunning landscape by bike or soar above the beautiful valley in a hot air balloon. Our newly renovated guest rooms, spa and geothermal mineral pools are here for you rain or shine.


Cabernet Season

  • From mid fall to spring, visitors come to the Napa Valley to enjoy Cabernet Season. Once the grapes are harvested and the temperatures are perfectly mild, the region becomes a haven for cozy getaways, hearty fare, and of course, the world's most spectacular wine. It's a time when a slower, intimate atmosphere emerges, creating personal experiences and a chance to explore all the culture (and Cabernet) the valley has to offer.

Wellness programs by calistoga fit

    Stay on track with your fitness routine or join in on a yoga or spin class. Donavan Almond and his team at Calistoga Fitness can help. Use of the fitness center included on the day of your class  Visit Calistoga Fitness to register! 


  • Castello de Amorosa

    Get into the holiday spirit with wine and food pairing tour with Italian style wines paired with sumptuous cuisine at this authentically-styled Tuscan castle and winery.

    Napa Valley Restaurant Week allows locals and visitors to dine and delight throughout the valley and experience our legendary food and wine culture each January. Through multi-course prix-fixe menus for lunch ($20) and dinner ($36 or $46), guests can try out the latest culinary hot-spots or revisit old favorites all week long. Our farm-to-table practices and Michelin-Star rated restaurants make the Napa Valley an epicurean's destination, and there's no better time to enjoy it all than during Restaurant Week.
  • New Year's Eve Calistoga

    Ring in the New Year in Napa Valley at the New Year's Eve Masquerade Ball. Wear your black tie and Venetian masks and enjoy a wine reception in the tasting room at Castello di Amorosa.


  • Calistoga Inn

    Share a table over the holidays on the beautiful patio along the Napa River. This popular restaurant also features a micro-brewery an outside bar, and a beer garden with picnic tables.
  • Johnny's

    Savor contemporary American cuisine at this quaint eatery in Calistoga. Enjoy creative farm-to-table food reflecting the seasons and crafted from organic and local ingredients.
  • Calistoga Roastery

    If you find yourself in the Napa Valley, take the time to visit the Calistoga Roastery, come on in and introduce ( because they do like to meet you), then sit, relax and enjoy Eva and Clive's little piece of Paradise. Located on Lincoln Avenue between Washington Street and Fair Way.



    Located in Calistoga, Azusa has very beautiful and unique shoes. Not only beautiful, but good for your feet, too. There is also a selection of handbags, clothing and jewelry! Located next to the Calistoga Roastery on Lincoln Avenue.
  • Blackbird of Calistoga

    Part art gallery and part garden shop, this lifestyles boutique carries a variety of home goods, décor, furniture and art as well as garden tools and supplies.
  • Calistoga Bikeshop

    Take a tour of the beautiful Napa Valley by bike with the Calistoga Bikeshop. Rent a bike and explore wine country at your own pace. Guided tours are also available for you to just pedal and enjoy while the bike shop crew carries your gear.