10 responses to “Tis the Spa Season: The 5 Best Spas In Napa and Sonoma”

  1. marthaandme

    These all sound so wonderful.

  2. Stephanie - Wasabimon.com

    Oooh! I lived in Sonoma for a bit, and I'm always trying to find a way to move back. It's only an hour away from here, so maybe one of these places would be the perfect short trip back up.

  3. Alexandra

    I like the idea of the "spa butler." I wrote several of these suggestions down and will send this link to a good friend who lives in Marin County, as well as a local friend who is a massage therapist. What a tough job you have, wandering the countryside in search of great massage!

  4. Kara

    You and I are cut from the same cloth, Melanie! I am definitely a fan of the "firm touch." I find I can usually get what I want at resort spas — unless I'm in Mexico and have trouble communicating in Spanish. Too often massages on the beach are way too light to the touch. That said, heck, I'm on a beach!

  5. Sheryl Kraft

    These all sound soooo wonderful; I'd like one of each. And, oh, I'd like your job, too!

  6. Jennifer Margulis

    I don't know why but I tend to get stressed going into a spa. I'd rather be outside walking in the woods. This does seem like a great list, if you like that sort of thing. Forgive me for being the voice of un-spa-reason. I envy people who enjoy them but it's just not my thing.

  7. Donna Hull

    Reading your spa list has me saying,"ahh." Since Sonoma is on my travel radar, I'm saving this information. Thanks.

  8. Alisa Bowman

    I thought I was the only person who thought most spa massages were too light. I didn't realize there was a reason for it. Nice review. I'll keep it in mind next time I'm in the area.

  9. ruth pennebaker

    I'm hoping to be there during the holidays. Thanks for the references.

  10. ReadyMom

    This sounds like a great way to spend a vacation. I wish I were closer to Sonoma.

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