It’s been two months since the 6th. An earthquake that struck Napa Valley caused hundreds of thousands of dollars in injuries. With federal aid, variety funds, with plenty of body, eccrine, and crying, the popular California location is almost back to business as usual, only during the harvest season. Nearly all wineries are once again fully operational, and resorts which had briefly been near — including Andaz Napa and the Napa Valley Marriott Hotel — have already renewed. The Westin Verasa, which maintained significant damage — mainly due to broken pipework and leakage — also had renewed, but at a somewhat smaller capacity. All amenities, including the lagoon and the eateries are available to visitors, only around 60 of the overall 180 bookings for accommodation. Consequently, The hotel has no new bookings for October, and the employees is happy to assist visitors with modern bookings for the past months or to revisit or book at the other Westin estate. We will stay tuned and keep you updated on its improvements!