Kathryn Hall is typical of the PRiME Woman in that she is still climbing to new heights past the age when we once would have been expected to retire. Having checked off a number of boxes over the years, including service as our United States Ambassador to Austria during the Clinton Administration, and building a wine empire (Hall Wineries) with her entrepreneur husband Craig, Kathryn is proud to introduce their recently re-branded property, SENZA Hotel, in Napa.
Senza Hotel is an elegant and modern hotel catering to the sophisticated traveler. Kathryn sought to offer luxury in a relaxed atmosphere enabling a one-of-a-kind wine country experience.
SENZA includes 41 guest rooms and suites.
An outdoor pool with cabanas and spectacular vineyard views.
Kathryn’s love of art is on display as the property boasts sculpture and an impressive art collection curated by White House curator Virginia Shore of Shore Art Advisory.
No Napa getaway would be complete without an on-site spa that offers unique spa services and signature packages.
Guests are treated to daily complimentary breakfast by Yountville’s Bouchon as well as an evening wine hour from 6-7pm featuring local wineries.
Reviews for Senza Hotel are glowing. “SENZA was a dream. From the moment you step on the property it feels like you’re in another world. On a chilly day, having a glass of wine by the fire pit was perfect, as was coming back to the room and turning on the fireplace in the room. Every touch was well considered, from the soft linens, to the heated bathroom floors, to the comfortable furniture, and the delicious breakfast. And the staff – they were delightful, knowledgeable, and friendly. I can’t wait to go back!”
With endorsements like that, Senza Hotel is sure to be another success in Kathryn Hall’s ventures. Congratulations to a PRiME Woman who make us all proud to be on this side of fifty.
Look for another article coming soon in PRiMEWomen featuring Kathryn in our Women in Wine series.
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