Carneros Resort and Spa completes $9-million rebrand

Flynn Properties completed the $9-million renovation of The Carneros Inn, a 28-acre property in Napa Valley, rebranding the property as Carneros Resort and Spa. 

This announcement follows the completion of the hotel’s first phase of renovations, which consisted of $6 million in changes and included a number of property enhancements. These include the debut of a new wedding and events venue known as The Arbor, revitalization of the family pool, and a newly built guest reception relocated near the fine-dining restaurant, Farm. Farm's agri-chic space was also remodeled with a new bar and outdoor terrace adorned with a fireplace, overhead heaters and lounge furniture.

Additionally, the resort’s 86 cottages and 10 suites are more than halfway complete as part of a $3-million renovation program to reinvigorate the interiors with modernized furnishings and lighter color palettes to match the property's farm-style architecture. Carneros Resort and Spa also updated the names for all 17 cottage neighborhoods which now reflect local flora and fauna indigenous to the region, such as "lavender," "fig" and "juniper.”

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In addition to the hotel’s physical update, a new website has also been launched to celebrate the change.

“We are pleased to announce the rebranding of Carneros Resort and Spa as it is a continuation of our ongoing efforts to revitalize the upscale property,” says Greg Flynn, founder, chairman and CEO of Flynn Properties. “The new name was created to reinforce and complement the property's distinct personality and ‘destination resort’ appeal in the highly regarded Carneros region.”

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