16 responses to “The Perfect Healthy Getaway: 5 Tips from Solage Calistoga”

  1. marthaandme

    Wow. Sounds like an amazing – and healthy – get away. I would love to visit and I love the tips you've offered

  2. Frugal Kiwi

    I completely agree with the salt water pool comment. Chlorine- nasty stuff, but salt water, I'm on board with saline.

  3. Judy Stock

    This is the hotel I want to stay at. Interviewed the manager for a story I wrote for Green Hotels magazine. She had so many great things to say about this hotel that I was really wanting to pick up the phone and book a couple of room nites.

  4. Claudine M. Jalajas

    Love salt water (I'm allergic to chlorine). This sounds magical..

  5. Alexandra Grabbe

    What a fabulous place! I'm forwarding this post to my friend in Mill Valley, who was looking for this type of special experience to give her husband for his 70th birthday.

  6. Sheryl

    Love the private hot tub suggestion – all too often it's too noisy and icky, not to mention distracting to share it with a bunch of strangers!

  7. ReadyMom

    Sounds like a great getaway. Believe it or not, I liked the idea of kale and other foods we sometime shun, prepared well.

  8. Susan Johnston

    For me, #5 is most important. I always appreciate when a restaurant has healthy but tasty menu options!

  9. Jennifer Margulis

    I love love love LOVE (did I say love?) bicycling and the idea of a resort providing bikes seems totally awesome to me. I want to go here! (Even though I hate resorts!). It's so cold and gray in southern Oregon today that I have to admit that reading this was a bit painful…

  10. Donna Hull

    What a great resort. I'm adding it to my "go visit" list. Thanks.

  11. Peggy Bourjaily

    What a nice trip and great takeaways for us. Thanks!

  12. sarah henry

    The hiking trail down the road is another great health benefit to a Solage stay. just love that you can climb for miles above the vineyards on a winding old mining trail.

  13. Alisa Bowman

    Wow–this place sounds fantastic. I love the concept of the private hot tub.

  14. Stephanie - Wasabimon.com

    My brother in law used to be one of the chefs here. 🙂

  15. Gayle

    A real pleasure to meet you and discover your blog! Your tips are perfect!

  16. Tips to Healthy Living

    Vitamin C, is vital for the development and growth of human cells and tissues. It enhances our immune system, rebuilds bone and assists in the healing process. It also helps in the formation of collagen, the primary protein of connective tissues in the body i.e. skin, tendons, bone, cartilage and teeth. Vitamin C can be found in citrus fruits like oranges, grapefruits, Kiwi fruit, tomatoes, broccoli, raspberries, guava.

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