Auberge Resorts to manage Napa Valley resort

Auberge Resorts Collection will manage Solage, a contemporary resort located in California wine country, following the property’s recent acquisition by a joint venture formed between Flynn Properties and Auberge Resorts Collection. The resort returns to the Auberge portfolio as the company’s third managed property in Napa Valley.

“Auberge has demonstrated an ability to deliver results and has been an excellent operator and partner with us at our other Auberge resort, Esperanza, in Los Cabos,” said Greg Flynn, founder and chairman of Flynn Properties. “We’re excited to expand our relationship in another spectacular destination. Solage will be in superb hands under the leadership of Auberge.”

“The Auberge story began in Napa Valley, and today, Auberge is the pre-eminent luxury leader in California wine country,” said Craig Reid, president and CEO, Auberge Resorts Collection. “Together, Flynn Properties and Auberge will bring commitment, creativity and expertise to Solage, which will allow us to enhance the style and contemporary hospitality that has come to define the resort.” 


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The hotel has a 20,000-square-foot spa and a Michelin Star-rated restaurant. 

Situated on 22 acres and surrounded by mountains and vineyards, Solage is an 89-room, design-focused and environmentally conscious resort. The resort’s seven-time Michelin Star-rated restaurant, Solbar, serves a menu of healthful cuisine alongside more indulgent comfort food in an indoor-outdoor setting.

The resort’s 20,000-square-foot spa includes geo-thermal soaking pools, a gym and yoga and movement studio with complimentary daily fitness classes and a 130-foot outdoor swimming pool, the largest in Napa Valley.

“Solage offers a fresh, active and social experience that perfectly complements our other two iconic Napa Valley resorts,” said Mark Harmon, founder and managing partner, Auberge Resorts Collection. “Having three distinctive resort experiences in wine country will enable us to create more unforgettable opportunities for our guests.”

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