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Milliken Creek Inn

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • soft-as-clouds beds
  • serene spa
  • breakfast delivered to your room (or wherever you'd like to eat on the grounds)

    Cons

  • expensive
  • road noise can be heard from the admittedly beautiful outdoor areas

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Milliken Creek Inn Review

Wine-and-cheese receptions at sunset set a romantic mood in this hotel's intimate lobby, with its terrace overlooking a lush lawn and the Napa River. Chic rooms take a page from the stylebook of British-colonial Asia, with a khaki-and-cream color scheme and gauzy canopies over the beds in some rooms, alongside hydrotherapy spa tubs and some of the fluffiest mattresses in the Wine Country. Most rooms have gas-burning fireplaces. An outdoor deck overlooking the river is the spot for massages, and all the treatment rooms in the spa, including one used for popular couple's treatments, have river views.

    Hotel Details

  • 12 rooms.
Updated: 03-04-2013

Fodorite Reviews

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    Milliken Creek Inn Review

    The attentive service we received at the Milliken Creek contributed to our very special winter Napa Valley 3 night getaway. The staff at hotel was dedicated to helping us make the most of our Napa experience. Complimentary amenities included wine & cheese tastings at the hotel hosted by exceptional local wineries and a delicious breakfast brought to our room.

    If you enjoy a comfortable and relaxing experience in a serene setting at a small tasteful, first class but not pretentious boutique hotel, this is the place for you.

    by Doug_Freund, 2/13/10
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    Horrible, unprofessional staff.

    We booked for our honeymoon, but were extremely disappointed in the location. Instead of offering even a shred of understanding, the untrained, impolite, and unbelievably unresponsive staff (and I mean all of the individuals we dealt with) put on a fake smile and just nodded their heads when they told us they'd be charging us for our entire stay whether we stayed there or not.

    The falsely advertise and they know nothing about customer service. They quite possibly poached their "staff" from a neighborhood Applebee's. They don't return phone calls, they don't respond with any human emotion whatsoever.

    They robbed us of plenty of honeymoon time, caused a fair amount of grief, and stole money from me. Yes, I said stole. There's nothing legal about their "policy."

    They are common thieves.

    You don't have to take it from me, but if you're planning on staying in or around Napa, check out Meadowood before you waste your time with this group.

    Meadowood knows how to treat guests and knows how to make any vacation a special one--Honeymoon or not.

    by napatravelerUSA, 11/16/08
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    A Wonderfull Retreat

    If want luxury and privacy this is the place. Although it is located along a busy road. Once you pass throught the doors you are transported into another world. You are greeted with wash cloths, wine, and personal service. In the evening, your room becomes adorned with soft jazz and candles. We will definitedly go back and I highly recommend it despite the high price.

    by nancy123, 9/1/07

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