Anthony's Favorite Hotels in the US
From luxury island resorts to historic bed and breakfasts to downtown boutiques, Anthony Melchiorri, Hotel Impossible’s hotel fixer, recommends his favorite places to stay in the US.Filed under:
Bardessono (Yountville, California)
Travelers know Napa Valley as wine country, but they may not know about this intimate-sized hotel where each room is designed to be a private spa. What sets Bardessono apart from others is its focus on sustainability and efficient use of both land and energy. From locally grown foods, complimentary yoga lessons and even a LEED Platinum Certification -- just one of only 3 hotels in the US to have such a designation -- this hotel marries sustainable design with service to make for a truly relaxing experience.
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