The Gaia Napa Valley Hotel welcomes you! We invite you to experience the luxury and comfort of Napa Valley’s first fully environmentally sustainable hotel.
Gaia the Greek word for Mother Earth, is a cutting-edge eco-operational hotel that offers guests the ultimate experience of harmony with nature. A replica of local wetlands on four acres in beautiful American Canyon, the gateway to the Napa Valley wine country.
We welcome you to experience the luxury and comfort of this amazing new hotel just south of Napa Valley wine country, one of the most highly desirable destinations in the world. Gaia, the Greek word for “mother earth,” is a cutting-edge, eco-operational hotel that offers guests the ultimate experience in accommodations and harmony with nature. Gaia is committed to conserving and protecting the environment by implementing many features endorsed by the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) while operating a beautiful and economical business. Operated by Marin Management Incorporated, this 133-room hotel includes swimming pool, business center, over 4,000 square feet of event space designed to accommodate a wide spectrum of events, and two distinctive wall murals depicting nature scenes painted by world famous artist, Yuan Lee. Gaia Napa Valley Hotel also features a full-service spa and a contemporary cuisine restaurant due to open early 2007.
If you are searching for a distinctive location for your meetings or social events, you have found it! With over 4,000 square feet of event space, Gaia Napa Valley Hotel can accommodate a myriad of events.
We are experts at event planning and you will have our undivided attention to ensure a success and memorable event.
In an area that is world renowned for wine, you will find its first environmentally sustainable hotel – Gaia Napa Valley. Set amongst the rolling hills of Napa wine country, this eco-operational hotel touts its first class guest service and its eco-conscious practices and amenities.
One of the very few hotels ever certified by the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED), Gaia Napa Valley will surely be the ticket to indulging in Napa Valley’s finest while catering to your needs as an earth friendly guest. Come treat yourself to a truly unique experience!
This is an interactive map of the hotel site. It includes the Reception area, the main area and the lodge area. You can also do a directory search.
Current usage levels are being displayed on the monitors above. Historical usage levels can be viewed by selecting the appropriate button below. Electricity Savings, Water Savings, and Cleaner Air.
The Gaia Napa Valley Hotel uses a photovoltaic array to help generate electricity. All life on earth is supported by the sun, which produces an amazing amount of energy. Only a very small percentage of this energy strikes the earth but that is enough to provide all our needs. Photovoltaic technology makes use of this abundant energy in the sun, and it has little impact on our environment.
Include the following text in the box: “LEED® stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. It is a voluntary, consensus based green building rating system that was developed by the United States Green Building Council. The process of getting LEED® certified involves close examination of a building in the following areas:
• Sustainability of the building site
• Water efficiency
• Materials and resources used
• Indoor environmental quality
The hotel’s “green” features include:
• The use of recycled and biodegradable materials in hotel furnishings and during construction.
• Chemical-free landscaping.
• Energy efficient HVAC systems designed to reduce energy usage.
• Cooling system features zero use of chlorofluorocarbons.
• Interior illumination from natural light.
• Water conservation features.
• Air quality maximized through low emission paints and adhesives.
• Many other features endorsed by the United States Green Building Council.
GAIA Napa Valley Hotel is the only hotel in the United States to receive a Gold LEED® certification from the United States Green Building Council.