Vista Collina Resort to open as new luxury concept in California’s Wine Country

The Vista Collina Resort from Pacific Hospitality Group is scheduled to open in Napa Valley, California this July. Costa Mesa, California-based Hatch Design Group will oversee the resort’s interiors, which will have a Tuscany-inspired aesthetic.

Included among the resort’s 145 accommodations—designed by Los Angeles-based Kay Lang Associates—are 39 suites with full kitchens.

The onsite village will have nine tasting rooms, grocery and wine retailers, and a 16,000-square-foot event lawn.

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Opened biweekly from August through November, the Artisan Market will have retail and workshop spaces. The lounge the Vintner’s Room will be clad with wood, exposed brick, iron, candle accents, as well as two communal tables that seat up to 120 guests. An attached bar area will accommodate private events within the space.

Additional amenities will include a fitness center, as well as a Jacuzzi and pool line with 10 cabanas.

Photo credit: Vista Collina Resort

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