• Carneros Resort and Spa Rebranded and Transformed

    POSTED October 16, 2016

Previously known as The Carneros Inn, Carneros Resort and Spa in Napa, Calif., has unveiled their rebranding and renovations.

“We are pleased to announce the rebranding of Carneros Resort and Spa as it is a continuation of our ongoing efforts to revitalize the upscale property,” says Greg Flynn, founder, chairman and CEO, Flynn Properties. “The new name was created to reinforce and complement the property's distinct personality and destination resort appeal in the highly regarded Carneros region.”

The 28-acre property has nearly completed their $9 million renovation plans. The first phase of the project (costing $6 million) entailed a number of enhancements on the Carneros Resort and Spa property. The rest of the resorts 86 cottages and 10 suites are almost completed with their $3 million dollar updates. These updates include new furniture, and a lighter color scheme.

The rebranding came from Flynn Properties’ goals and commitment to making Carneros Resort and Spa the most luxurious and relaxing experience in California. For more information about the Resort and Spa, visit carnerosresort.com.

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