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There's More Than Wine Here - Your Guide to Sonoma's Spas

Hugh Parker
 


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The California county of Sonoma is internationally renowned for its production of fine wine. There's more going on here than just grapes, however. The Sonoma Wine Country offers a tranquil, serene setting less than an hour from San Francisco, and you can make your vacation there as busy or peaceful as you choose. The activities available in this paradise range from hot-air ballooning to shopping to golf. One of the most popular ways to spend a vacation in Sonoma is at a spa nestled in the hills, relishing world-class facilities and impeccable service. Once you experience the relaxing effects of a Sonoma spa, you may decide to make this an annual destination.

Choosing the right spa in the Sonoma Wine Country can be a difficult proposition, with so many fantastic resorts available. Most people use price as a guide to creating an initial list of possible options. Sonoma spas range from relatively inexpensive to fabulously pricey. Some rooms with amenities such as Jacuzzi tubs and original art work are offered at more than a thousand dollars a night. Once you've figured out how much you're willing to spend, the next step is to decide the area you'd like to stay in. There are spas across Sonoma County, in the Valley, on the coast, and in each of the towns (including Sonoma itself). Some visitors combine experiences at two or even three spas into one vacation, as they are all relatively close to each other.

The Sonoma Wine Country is also very popular as a wedding venue. Most spas can accommodate parties of up to 100 guests, with packages that include almost everything necessary to create that perfect day. Food, rooms, DJs, and spa services can all be provided by your resort. Combining all of these expenses can dramatically lower the total price. Guests are sure to appreciate the natural beauty of Sonoma, especially in the midst of a relaxing massage.

Each spa offers numerous options sure to please any visitor. Basic services such as manicures and pedicures are only the beginning. Almost every spa in the wine country can also provide unique services like mud baths and skin treatments, with professionals that have their skills into art. Before you decide on a treatment, consider what you're looking for: relaxation, therapeutic, cleansing, or beautifying. While some tend to all of these goals, others specialize in a particular direction.

A stay at one of Sonoma's spas also entails an incredible cuisine experience. You can choose to eat in your resort's restaurant, or enjoy dinner in a more private setting. A typical dinner brought to your room includes fresh oven baked breads, pan seared salmon, and juicy New York steak. Accompanied by a couple of bottles of fantastic Sonoma wine, your meal is sure to go down just right.

Consider a stay in the Sonoma Wine Country for your next spa vacation. With great facilities and service in one of the most beautiful places in the world, you'll leave feeling more relaxed than ever before.

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