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Visited Staybridge in Sept. The suite was very nice. I did have an issue that was brought to management attention and it was addressed immediately. The reception desk was super friendly and gave great tips on touring the area. I commend Ms. Tomassi for her...More
We stayed here whilst travelling from Napa to Carmel and did not expect too much.
Well what a gem, very eassy to find and the rooms were superb, two bedrooms with ensuite, lounge, kitchen, wshing and drying facilities, pool, hot tub, free dinner with complimentary...More
We stayed here for two nights in early November while visiting the wine country. There is easy access of Highway 80, if you know where you are going. Unfortunately there are no signs on the highway and you can’t see the hotel from it either....More
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Response from IHGCare, Guest Relations Manager at Staybridge Suites Fairfield Napa Valley AreaResponded 29 November 2013
Thank you so much for taking the time to leave us your feedback. Your review is vital for improving the service and quality we offer to our valued guest. It is always hugely motivating when one takes the time and trouble to acknowledge...More
I love staying at staybridge hotels because they never dissapoint me. This one is no exception. The staff went above and beyond on this trip, particularly Anthony. The rooms are spacious, clean, good free breakfast, good free dinner on most nights, driving distance to Napa...More
Wow, what can I say about the Staybridge Suites, Napa other than great things. The rooms were nice, clean with everything working properly. The staff was nothing short than amazing, helpful and very pleasant. The grounds were well kept and the food was good. They...More
I'd say that you definitely need a car. Downtown Napa is maybe a 20 minute drive away, and the vast majority of vineyards are even further north than that. Unfortunately, public transportation is nearly non-existent in the... More
I'd say that you definitely need a car. Downtown Napa is maybe a 20 minute drive away, and the vast majority of vineyards are even further north than that. Unfortunately, public transportation is nearly non-existent in the general Napa area.