Solage, Auberge Resorts Collection 755 Silverado Trail N • Calistoga • CA 94515

Solage, Auberge Resorts Collection

755 Silverado Trail N
Calistoga, CA 94515

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Why You'll Love This Place

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As you approach Napa Valley's northern limit the terrain becomes bolder, with lush, densely wooded hills. At the heart of this striking landscape you'll find Solage, a very green, very stylish, very accommodating resort & spa. Created with an exquisite sense of space and flow, Solage provides all the comforts you expect of a posh resort in an atmosphere of relaxed luxury.

Best of all, Solage is a place where you can orchestrate as elaborate a wedding as you like—without all the stress that can come with it. That's because the powers that be here are masters at banishing pre-wedding jitters: They can arrange to have your party arrive a day or two early and unwind in accommodations that cluster around what is essentially a private courtyard. They'll also give you an opportunity to walk through the wedding and reception site two hours before your ceremony to make sure that everything is just the way you want it.

The prime wedding venue is Solage's main pavilion, Solstice, an expertly designed space that lends itself to any kind of decorative theme you can imagine. Huge floor-to-ceiling glass doors open to a terrace and lawn that face the soaring Palisades Mountains and a glimpse of Mt. St. Helena, the Bay Area's tallest peak. Brides often make a dramatic entrance onto the lawn from Solstice to begin their ceremony. Solage sets up a bar and post-ceremony cocktail hour in the adjoining courtyard, then invites guests back into Solstice for dinner and dancing.

Speaking of dinner, Solage's Michelin Star-rated restaurant, Solbar, will be catering your reception. Executive Chef Massimo Falsini and his team are happy to customize your menu, incorporating farm-fresh, seasonal ingredients into unique, flavorful dishes. Even their dessert choices are unexpected, from the Brown Butter Financier Cake with warm fruit compote to the Butterscotch Pudding with amaretti-pine nut cookies and crème fraîche.

The resort's standout architecture has been coined "Napa barn meets San Francisco loft." Solage's sleek barn-like buildings, with their steep roofs, clapboard siding and artful use of metal and glass, all overlook courtyards or lawns. Oaks, olive trees, Canary Island date palms, lavender and herbs grow profusely. Everything—furniture, fountains and art—is attractively simple and made from the very best products. Another bonus is that Solage is a thoroughly green-oriented resort, employing sustainable building materials and state-of-the-art power generation and conservation.

The spa, encompassing 20,000 square feet and 14 private treatment rooms, is downright sensational, offering an array of facials, body treatments and massages in tranquil surroundings, including geothermal pools and their signature mud bar (fresh mud—nothing recycled!). Many brides relax here pre- and post-celebration. Some even arrange for private yoga classes the morning of their wedding.

In addition to on-site spa indulgences, bocce ball, fitness facilities and swimming, Calistoga's restaurants and shops are a five-minute bike ride away (two complimentary cruiser bikes come with each overnight accommodation). There's also easy highway access—and close proximity—to Napa's finest wineries, as well as neighboring Alexander and Dry Creek Valleys.

This is a chic, sophisticated retreat with an astounding variety of services, all delivered with a true "yes" mentality. Solage's greatest attribute, however, is making you feel more content in body and mind than you ever dreamed possible.


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Prices: What's this going to cost?

Rental Fee
  • $12,000/event
  • Rental fee varies depending on:
    • Day of week
    • Time of year
    • Space reserved
  • The maximum site rental fee is $12,000.

Meals (when priced separately)
  • $200–300/person
Service Charge or Gratuity
  • 22%


Cocktails, etc.Standing230500
MeetingsTotal meeting capacity for this venue is 200

CEREMONY, EVENT/RECEPTION & MEETING CAPACITY: The resort holds 200 seated or 230 standing guests indoors and 250 seated or 500 standing outdoors.

Venue Details

Site Uses

Essential Info







Amplified Music


Wheelchair Access

Wheelchair accessible


Year-round, daily, 6am–midnight.

Venue Type

Buildings, other structures, and natural settings available at this venue:

  • Banquet Hall/Events Facility
  • Garden
  • Hotel
  • Late Night
  • Resort/Spa

Venue Views

Peep the views you’ll enjoy from this venue!

  • Garden Patio/Courtyard
  • Landscaped Grounds
  • Mountains
  • Pool Area

Services & Amenities

Feel like a VIP with these services and amenities:

Catering: provided
Kitchen Facilities: n/a
Tables & Chairs: provided
Linens, Silver, etc.: provided
Restrooms: wheelchair accessible
Dance Floor: no
Bride's Dressing Area: CBA
AV/Meeting Equipment: provided
Parking: large lot, complimentary valet
Accommodations: 89 guest rooms
Outdoor Night Lighting: yes
Outdoor Cooking Facilities: BBQ CBA
Cleanup: provided
View: garden courtyard, mountains, landscaped grounds
Other: spa services, complimentary bikes, event coordination


But take note of the following limitations!

Alcohol: provided
Smoking: designated areas only
Music: amplified OK
Wheelchair Access: yes
Insurance: liability required


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