Where To Find The World’s Best Hotels For Wine Lovers

Whether it you like it white, red or rosé, discover our pick of the world’s best hotels for wine aficionados


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1 Castello del Nero, Tuscany

Italian lovers, step this way. Castello del Nero, once the historic home of Florentine noble families Del Nero and Torrigiani, offers guests the chance to taste wine in a luxurious 12th century wine cellar.

The hotel has also recently launched a new package with Antinori, one of most prestigious names in Chianti Classico wine. Guests can explore Antinori’s vineards and cellars to their heart’s content before digging in at the Michelin-starred restaurant, Osteria di Passignano. One word – dreamy.

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2 The Langham, London


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For a British experience, pop into The Langham, London. At this five-star hotel, the recently refurbished Roux at The Landau restaurant has expanded its wine list so that the hotel now boasts a stunning 525 different bottles, which rather fabulously can all be enjoyed by the glass. No matter your preference, they’ve got it covered.

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3 The Hilton Santa Barbara Beachfront Resort, California

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Sun, sand and sipping. The Hilton Santa Barbara Beachfront Resort is a great base for anyone wanting to sample the best of the region’s Pinot Noir amongst other wines, with close proximity to Santa Barbara’s Urban Wine Trail – in addition to the Fess Parker tasting room within the property itself.

Guests can enjoy a self-service wine dispensing system from a rotating selection of 16 wines from both Fess Parker and Epiphany Wineries. Tours of the beautful Fess Parker Winery are also available for an added wine-filled day out.

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4 Le Sources de Caudalíe, Bordeaux, France

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Located lake-side in the vineyards of Château Smith Haut Lafitte—one of the great Pessac-Léognan wines — Le Sources de Caudalie is the quintessential French wine country getaway.

Make the most of 61 cozy, rustic-chic guest rooms, a two-Michelin-starred restaurant, and an impressive 16,000-bottle wine cellar. Impressive enough, it’s the Caudalíe vinotherapy spa that really gets a guest’s attention. Try luxurious grape-based therapies like cabernet baths and merlot wraps – hic.

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5 The Little Nell, Aspen


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Scenic and relaxing, this Colorado property boasts more sommeliers than any other US hotel – over 40 members of staff have one of the 4 Court of Master Sommelier qualifications.

Not only do they know their stuff, it also comes complete with a Red Light Lounge – a small tasting room in the wine cellar, where Wine Director Carlton McCoy will give tours of the 22,000 bottle wine cellar.  Bring your wallet – it is not unusual for guests to spend $100,000 during these tours.

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6 Akelarre Hotel and Restaurant by Pedro Subijana, Spain


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San Sebastian is a city is marked as a gastronomic gem, with plenty of compelling pinxtos bars to try. The most exquisite food deserves to be paired with the most exquisite wines and this is exactly what you’ll find with a stay at Akelarre.

Visit the hotel’s exclusive wine cellar (which is home to some of the most outstanding wines chosen by the 3 Michelin-starred chef Subijana) and enjoy over 650 wines. Every bottle is treasured by Subijana and his team and the cellar also has a large communal table for luxurious wine tastings.

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