Sunday, March 22, 2009

Auberge Du Soleil — Rutherford, CA, United States

A Fine California-French restaurant build by a leading San Francisco Restaurateur Claude Rouas who has evolved into Ine of Americas most sought-after small romantic luxury hotel and a perenniual recioient of the hospilality industrys highest honors. Opened in 1982 as Napa Valleys, Auberge Du Soleil was first fine-dining restaurant and the vision of French - Born Rouas who sought to rebuild the sun-drenched ambiance of provence in the California Wine Country.

Situated inn the slope of Rutherford Hill overlooking Napa Valley. The Auberge quickly gained recognition as one of the finest restaurants in Northern California. Not just only for its superb cuisine but also its spectacular views of the Valley under. In 1985 responding to visitors demand Rouas And Partner Robert Harmon opened the inn. A Collection of fine toned cottages with 50 room and suites each with french doors opening out to a terrace and wonderful views of Olive Grooves And The Vine- Studded Valley.

The Auberges French-accented California style and soft-spoken reflect the character of Napa Valley - A sanctuary to enjoy the bounty of best rood and wine and immerse yourself in an exquisite natural setting. With a sophisticated latest design and acclaimed new Chef, The Restaurant continues to win International Recognition. The romantic luxury hotel also recently introduced Spa Du Soleil, a retreat modeled after a centuries-old monastery. With its fountains, beautiful private gardens and outdoor soaking pools - The spa gives you a physical and emotional barrier from the outside world offering a setting for tranquil rejuvenation.

Situated in 33-acre olive grove and surrounded by the sun-dappled vineyards of the Verdant Napa Valley. Accommodations are located in cottages terraced on a hillside with the perfect view of the valley. With 50 spacious rooms and suites with its own private terrace and wood burning fireplace Mediterranean style with terra cotta tile floors/natural wood and leather furnishings.

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