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The 10 Best Auberge Resorts Collection Properties [With Booking Tips]

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Auberge Resorts Collection features truly unique luxury hotels and residences found in exquisite destinations around the world. Each property takes inspiration from its local landscape, food, and culture. Guests will enjoy luxury accommodations, exquisitely prepared cuisine, and a curated menu of wellness experiences at each location worldwide.

In this post, we’ll take a look at the 10 best Auberge Resorts Collection locations as well as the best ways to book an Auberge stay. Let’s get to it.

Auberge Resorts Collection

Each Auberge Resorts Collection property is unique in its design and offerings. Whichever Auberge property you choose, you’re in for a luxurious retreat that includes locally-inspired food and activities.

How Many Auberge Resorts Collection Properties Are There?

While the Auberge Resorts Collection portfolio is relatively small, each property is an incredible destination unto itself. There are currently 26 Auberge Resorts Collection properties worldwide with 5 new locations planning to debut by 2025. Fans of domestic travel will be thrilled to know that most Auberge Resort Collection properties are located in the U.S.

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10 Best Auberge Resorts Collection Properties

1. Mauna Lani Auberge Resorts Collection (Hawaii)

Ocean View Private Residence At Mauna Lani Auberge Collection
An ocean-view private residence at Mauna Lani. Image Credit: Auberge Resorts Collection

Named the top resort on the island of Hawaii by Travel + Leisure magazine in 2022, Mauna Lani sits on the breathtaking shores of the Pacific Ocean.

The beach itself is a lovely spot on the Kohala Coast that offers views of turtles or even whales to some lucky guests. Hotel guests can try their hand at snorkeling or paddleboarding or opt for something more adventurous like an outrigger canoe excursion or an e-bike coastal safari.

Adults can unwind with a signature treatment at Auberge Spa, featuring locally-sourced botanicals, or enjoy a round or 2 of golf — the resort features 2 full golf courses plus a family-friendly 9-hole course. Meanwhile, kids ages 5 to 12 can enjoy fun activities with the Holoholo Kids Crew.

Guests won’t go hungry at Mauna Lani as there are 6 restaurants and bars on the property:

  • CanoeHouse serves Japanese-inspired dishes for dinner daily
  • Clubhouse Bar is a sports bar located by the golf course that serves drinks and light bites
  • HāLani serves Hawaiian-inspired fare family-style for breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily
  • HāBar, located poolside, serves snacks, cocktails, lunch, and dinner
  • Surf Shack is a beachside spot for drinks and snacks
  • The Market is a New York-inspired deli and coffee shop

Rooms at Mauna Lani feature modern yet natural decor in bright neutral colors. Each room has a private balcony overlooking the mountains or ocean with 530 to 640 square feet of space. For guests looking for more room, the resort’s 1- and 2-bedroom suites offer 1,040 to 1,140 square feet of space. For the ultimate suite experience, there’s the 4,625-square-foot Francis H.I’i Brown Suite which includes a private living/dining room, a gourmet kitchen, and a large lanai overlooking the Resort Pool and Pacific Ocean.

Located right next to the beach The Residences at Mauna Lani offer the ultimate private, luxury accommodations. Each Residence includes 4,000 square feet of space with 2 bedrooms, a full kitchen, and a private pool.

Located 5 minutes from the main resort is the Mauna Lani Estate. This expansive estate sleeps up to 15 people in over 6,000 square feet of space. There are 5 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, an outdoor entertainment space with a private infinity pool, and even a private media room.

Hot Tip: If you’re splurging on this fantastic resort for your vacation, you may want to save money by using miles and points to fly to Hawaii.

2. Solage Auberge Resorts Collection (California)

Solage Auberge California pool
The pool at Solage Auberge in Calistoga, California. Image Credit: Auberge Resorts Collection

Solage Auberge Resorts Collection is located in beautiful Calistoga, California, within the Napa Valley region. This luxury resort focuses on wellness, relaxation, and, of course, regionally-inspired food and wine.

Guests can choose from a wide variety of unique activities and amenities, both complimentary and paid, to enhance their stay. Options include everything from wine tastings and pizza making to evening s’mores and bocce ball.

One of the crowning jewels of Solange Auberge is the Spa Solange which features mud and mineral water therapies. Inside the spa, The Bathhouse is home to geothermal pools ranging from downright cold to a toasty 103 degrees. If you’re staying at another hotel, but still want to experience the Solange Calistoga spa, day passes are available for purchase.

All accommodations at Solange Auberge focus on natural materials and colors that exude a sense of calm. Studio rooms offer at least 515 square feet of space and have vaulted ceilings and outdoor patios. Suites with 1 and 2 bedrooms offer as much as 1,900 square feet of space with amenities like indoor-outdoor showers, fire pits, and hot tubs. Guests can even request an in-room Peloton bike in select suites.

The cuisine at Solange Auberge is globally inspired yet locally sourced. Solbar offers both an indoor dining room as well as an outside patio complete with a 20-foot firepit. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served daily along with a weekend brunch and a special 3-course family-style dinner on Sundays. Picobar is the resort’s poolside restaurant, serving Mexican dishes with a modern flair for breakfast, lunch, and snacks.

3. Esperanza Auberge Resorts Collection (Mexico)

Esperanza Auberge Resorts Collection
Esperanza Auberge Resorts Collection in Los Cabos, Mexico. Image Credit: Auberge Resorts Collection

Esperanza Auberge is the only private beach resort in Los Cabos, Mexico. This luxury resort, complete with 5 swimming pools, offers guests of all ages activities and experiences that engage all of the senses. From fitness classes, golf, biking, and deep sea fishing to spa treatments (for both kids and adults), tequila tastings, and the Tortuguitas Kids Club, there’s something for everyone at Esperanza Auberge.

There are numerous ways to stay at Esperanza Cabo, including villas, casitas, suites, and haciendas.

  • Casitas include 925 square feet of space with private terraces
  • Suites offer sea views in 1,200 to 2,000 square feet of space, with infinity-edge hot tubs
  • Villas come with 2 to 4 bedrooms and up to 4,000 square feet of space; they include outdoor terraces and full kitchens
  • Haciendas offer the ultimate private luxury experience; these 4-bedroom vacation homes include perks like airport transportation and breakfast

Haciendas and Villas at Esperanza are available for longer-term stays through vacation home rentals as well as vacation home ownership opportunities.

There are 4 restaurants at Esperanza Cabo as well as a private dining option. Set on a cliff overlooking the resort’s private beaches, Cocina del Mar serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily. La Palapa serves Mexican dishes in a casual, open-air setting. La Terraza Americana is great for lunch and drinks poolside while Las Estrellas specializes in Mediterranean-inspired cuisine.

Hot Tip: Save some money getting to Los Cabos by using miles and points to fly to Mexico.

4. The Vanderbilt Auberge Resorts Collection (Rhode Island)

The Vanderbilt Auberge Resorts
The Vanderbilt oozes New England glamour. Image Credit: Auberge Resorts Collection

The Vanderbilt is a historic mansion located in downtown Newport, Rhode Island. Once owned by Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt, this unique property combines old-world charm with modern amenities. Guests can enjoy both traditional activities like afternoon tea, private yoga, or a cruise on the Vanderbilt Yacht, as well as those that are a bit quirky like the Mansion Oyster Hour, a scrimshaw workshop, or The Green Hour — an absinthe experience in the resort’s Hidden Bar.

Resort guests can also private tours of other Guilded Age mansions including The Breakers Newport Vanderbilt, Marble House, and The Elms.

Refreshed guestrooms and suites were introduced in 2022, showcasing a glamorous yet modern design. The Guild Room is the resort’s base-level accommodation and offers views of Newport in a cozy 300 square feet of space. Suites start at 400 square feet and include 1- and 2-bedroom options as well as a 2-level loft-style suite.

The Vanderbilt has 4 restaurants. The Dining Room at The Vanderbilt focuses on classic New England fare for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Located next to the gardens, The Conservatory offers a lighter take on dishes served in The Dining Room. Open seasonally, The Roof Deck is the ultimate in New England-style alfresco dining, offering sweeping views of the city and port. The Garden is a casual outdoor spot near the pool that serves food from The Dining Room.

5. Mayflower Inn & Spa Auberge Resorts Collection (Connecticut)

Mayflower Inn Spa Auberge Resorts
Mayflower Inn & Spa. Image Credit: Auberge Resorts Collection

Mayflower Inn & Spa is a luxury country escape just 2 hours from New York City. Nestled on 58 wooded acres, this boutique hotel is an elegant escape in Connecticut’s Litchfield County.

Guests can keep busy with an array of activities, including guided walks, forest bathing, fly fishing, biking, and board games. When it’s time to wind down, there’s a Sunday afternoon tarot card reading, an outdoor sauna, and nightly bonfires. Additionally, THE WELL at Mayflower Inn offers holistic spa treatments, workshops, and expert-led health sessions.

Guestrooms and suites have the charm of an English country house but with modern amenities. Rooms range in size from 368 to 710 square feet and have king-sized beds. Amenities vary by room type but can include things like fireplaces, soaking tubs, or balconies. The spacious suites include 550 to 1,200 square feet of space and include gas fireplaces. Select suites have a private balcony, a wood-paneled library, or a separate sitting area.

Mayflower Inn & Spa features 2 restaurants that showcase locally-grown ingredients. The Garden Room overlooks the Shakespeare Garden and offers both indoor and outdoor dining. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served Monday to Friday with brunch and dinner served on the weekends. The Tap Room serves classic New England dishes, bar snacks, and craft cocktails each afternoon and evening.

Hot Tip: If you’re planning a trip to Mayflower Inn & Spa, consider visiting in the autumn since Connecticut is one of the best places to see fall foliage.

6. Commodore Perry Estate Auberge Resorts Collection (Texas)

Commodore Perry Estate Auberge Resorts Austin Texas
Commodore Perry Estate sits on 10 acres in the heart of Austin, Texas. Image Credit: Auberge Resorts Collection

Commodore Perry Estate is a 10-acre retreat in the heart of Austin, Texas. It includes the original 10,800 square-foot mansion that was completed in 1928 plus a newer 3-story hotel building. This resort combines Texas hospitality with unique and sophisticated activities for a one-of-a-kind experience.

Guests can spend the day relaxing by the pool or take part in one of the hotel’s activities like a local art studio tour, a Trovador custom hat experience, or a hike through Texas Hill Country. One of the most unique guest perks is the access to 3 house Mercedes-Benz cars, available on a first come first served basis.

The 400 square foot guest rooms feature 4-poster king beds and Juliet balconies or French doors overlooking the gardens. Suites range from 625 to 1,060 square feet and feature separate living areas and private outdoor spaces. Additionally, there are 4 Mansion Suites located in the original mansion. Ranging in space from 500 to 1,575, each unique suite has 1 or 2 bedrooms with antique windows overlooking the formal gardens.

Named after the original owner’s wife, Lutie’s Garden Restaurant serves seasonal dishes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily to members and overnight guests. Dinner at Lutie’s Garden Restaurant is open to the public. Additionally, poolside dining is available during the summer season.

Hot Tip: Commodore Perry Estate also has a membership program that offers events and a monthly calendar filled with programming centered around literature, art, music, food, design, and wellness. The cost of a membership isn’t published, so you’ll need to contact the property if you’re interested.

7. Chileno Bay Resort & Residences Auberge Resorts Collection (Mexico)

Chileno Bay Resort Los Cabos Mexico Auberge Resorts
Chileno Bay Resort overlooks the Sea of Cortez. Image Credit: Auberge Resorts Collection

Chileno Bay Resort & Residences is the second Los Cabos location on our list of the best Auberge Resorts Collections locations. This resort has something desirable and hard to find in Cabo — a swimmable beach! The resort sits on a protected cove, making the beach calm and tranquil.

Guests can spend their days relaxing by the 3-tiered infinity pool or get more adventurous by trying kayaking, paddle boarding, or snorkeling. There are also daily fitness classes like yoga, pilates, or spinning, plus mindfulness activities like meditation. Wellness takes center stage at THE WELL at Chileno Bay which features outdoor treatment rooms, a Reflexology Pool, and even a Nap Garden.

Chileno Bay Resort offers a plethora of incredible accommodations ranging from traditional guest rooms to private oceanfront villas. Guestrooms and suites were designed with indoor/outdoor living in mind — some come with amenities like a private plunge pool, a hot tub, or an outdoor shower. For groups looking for even more space, there are 1- to 4-bedroom villas available with all the comforts of home, including gourmet kitchens and plenty of outdoor space. Many of the villas have private pools and dedicated butler service.

The crown jewel of the accommodations at Chileno Bay Resort is Brisa del Mar, a 24,000 square foot, 6 bedroom, 6.5 bathroom oceanfront villa. This massive villa has expansive outdoor space that includes a private pool, private beach access, an oceanside fire pit, and a rooftop terrace.

There are 4 dining options at Chileno Bay Resort, including Comal, which is often named on “best restaurants in Los Cabos” lists. This multi-level indoor-outdoor restaurant serves locally-inspired dishes for breakfast and dinner overlooking the Sea of Cortez. YAYA serves Mediterranean-inspired cuisine in an alfresco setting, while TnT focuses on beachside tacos and drinks. Finally, there’s El Molino, the resort’s coffee shop, serving caffeinated favorites along with snacks daily.

Hot Tip: If you’d rather use your hotel points to stay in Los Cabos, there are plenty of options, including the family-friendly all-inclusive Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos.

8. The Lodge at Blue Sky Auberge Resorts Collection (Utah)

The Lodge at Blue Sky Auberge Resort
The Lodge at Blue Sky is a family-friendly mountain retreat in Utah. Image Credit: Auberge Resorts Collection

The Lodge at Blue Sky located in beautiful Park City, Utah, offers guests a chance to unwind and reconnect with nature. Nestled in the Wasatch Mountain Range, this resort allows families to participate in a range of activities such as wildlife hikes, archery, biking, fly fishing, or mountaintop yoga. During the winter months, activities expand to include skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and more.

Horse lovers will enjoy the resort’s equine experiences including trail rides, lessons, and even mindfulness experiences with the horses.

Hot Tip: If working with horses is something you’re interested in, you’ll also want to check out the equine programs at Miraval Resorts.

Little Vaquero’s Kids Camp allows guests ages 5 to 12 to explore the landscape through daily organized activities. Each day has a different theme that focuses on particular activities including fishing, yoga, and working with the horses.

The Lodge at Blue Sky offers 3 unique types of accommodations — Creek Houses, Sky Lodge, and Earth Suites.

  • Creek Houses are adults-only freestanding 1-bedroom suites located on the banks of Alexander Creek; they offer 700 square feet of space with an indoor fireplace and a private terrace
  • Sky Lodge has 19 suites with 1 or 2 bedrooms, floor-to-ceiling windows, and expansive views; the largest option is a 2-floor 2-bedroom suite with over 2,200 square feet of space, a living room, a dining room, and multiple terraces
  • Earth Suites are located in the Earth House which is built into the hillside overlooking Alexander Canyon; each of the 1-bedroom suites comes with a private terrace and outdoor fireplace

There are 2 restaurants as well as private dining options at The Lodge at Blue Sky. Yuta serves farm-to-table cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily. The Bar is the resort’s lounge, serving craft beer, cocktails, and elevated bar food in its fireside lounge or outdoor terrace.

9. Hotel Jerome Auberge Resorts Collection (Colorado)

Hotel Jerome Aspen Colorado Auberge Resorts Collection
Hotel Jerome has a history dating back to 1889. Image Credit: Auberge Resorts Collection

Hotel Jerome is an iconic Aspen, Colorado landmark that’s been around since 1889. Located in one of the best ski and mountain resort towns in Colorado, Hotel Jerome offers a collection of activities that will delight any guest who walks through the door. From hiking, kayaking, and rock climbing to hot air balloon rides and golf, there’s something for everyone.

Guests at Hotel Jerome Aspen can choose between a variety of guestrooms and suites that all exude a sophisticated mountain retreat style. Deluxe Rooms offer over 500 square feet of space with large windows and expansive views. Junior Suites have 650 square feet of space and there are 3 mobility/hearing-accessible options. Luxury Suites offer 775 to 1,265 square feet of space with separate living areas and multiple bathrooms. The Residential Suites are the crown jewel of accommodations at Hotel Jerome. Each has 3 bedrooms, over 2,000 square feet of space, large outdoor patios, and exquisite mountain views.

There are numerous restaurants and bars at Hotel Jerome:

  • Prospect serves rustic yet sophisticated cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily
  • Bad Harriet offers a prix fixe multi-course experience of craft cocktails and light bites
  • J-Bar is a casual 19th-century bar that serves drinks and food all day
  • The Living Room is the hotel’s lounge, serving contemporary cocktails, craft beer, wine, and light bites starting at 1 p.m. daily
  • Felix Roasting Co. is a coffee shop and roasting company serving coffee and specialty drinks daily
  • The Garden is an alfresco dining spot allowing diners to enjoy views of Aspen Mountain while enjoying locally-inspired dishes and cocktails

Hot Tip: If you plan to do some skiing while visiting Aspen, be sure to check out our printable ski trip packing list.

10. White Barn Inn Auberge Resorts Collection (Maine)

White Barn Inn Auberge Resorts Collection
White Barn Inn is full of charm. Image Credit: Auberge Resorts Collection

White Barn Inn is a New England gem located just 90 minutes north of Boston. This landmark property has been around for over 150 years and continues to offer guests unparalleled service and hospitality.

This charming hotel offers guests a chance to immerse themselves in all coastal Maine has to offer, including lobster bakes, sailing, water activities, coastal bike rides, and so much more. There are also plenty of classes available onsite including chocolate making, wine and cheese pairing, ice cream making, mixology, and barn crafts.

The New England charm continues in the hotel’s accommodation choices. Rooms, suites, and cottages have a coastal yet sophisticated style with luxury touches like fresh flowers and plush robes. The light and airy guestrooms are a snug 310 square feet, but each one has a luxury amenity like a soaking tub, heated bathroom floors, a rainfall shower, or a large picture window. Suites have a gas fireplace and a large tub with 420 to 620 square feet of space. There are also 5 stand-alone cottages at White Barn Inn that offer more space (up to 1,035 square feet) and plenty of privacy. Each cottage has either direct access to the heated infinity pool or lovely views of Kennebunk River.

The White Barn Inn Restaurant is a AAA Five Diamond and Forbes Five Star establishment that’s been in business for 50 years. It focuses on locally-sourced ingredients from the farmers, fishermen, and foragers of the surrounding areas. This sought-after restaurant serves dinner from Thursdays through Sundays. The other restaurant at White Barn Inn is Little Barn, which serves locally-inspired dishes for dinner daily.

The Best Ways To Book Auberge Resorts Collection Properties

Auberge Resorts Collection properties aren’t budget-friendly and, unfortunately, they can’t be booked directly with hotel points. However, there are a few ways that you can book these luxury hotels to save some money, earn tons of points, or even get some special perks.

Capital One

If you’d like to experience one of these fantastic resorts but want to keep your out-of-pocket costs low, you may want to consider using a card that allows you to use miles as a statement credit against travel purchases (from the previous 90 days) such as the Capital One Venture Rewards Credit Card. Or you could use the Capital One Venture X Rewards Credit Card to book through Capital One Travel. You’ll earn 10x miles per dollar spent and trigger the card’s annual $300 travel credit.

American Express

Some Auberge Resorts Collection hotels and resorts can be booked through American Express Fine Hotels & Resorts. Booking this way will score you extra perks and benefits, such as a room upgrade, free breakfast for 2, and guaranteed 4 p.m. late checkout. Additionally, cardholders of The Platinum Card® from American Express are eligible for a yearly $200 prepaid hotel credit to book Fine Hotels & Resorts properties.

Auberge Hotel Jerome bookable through Amex Fine Hotels and Resorts
Some Auberge hotels are bookable through Amex Fine Hotels & Resorts: Image Credit: American Express

You can also book Auberge Resorts Collection with American Express Membership Rewards points through AmexTravel.com, but the value you’ll get (about 1 cent per point) is generally less than what you can get by transferring points to airline or hotel partners.

Chase

Similarly, some Auberge hotels and resorts can be booked through The Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection. This program is Chase’s version of Amex Fine Hotels & Resorts. Booking through this channel will also come with nice benefits, including a $100 property credit, a room upgrade, and daily breakfast for 2.

Chase Luxury Hotel Resort Collection Auberge
Certain Auberge properties are bookable through The Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection. Image Credit: Chase

Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection bookings are only available to select Chase cardholders and you can’t use Chase Ultimate Rewards to pay for these bookings.

Some Auberge properties are available through the Chase Travel portal and can be booked using Chase Ultimate Rewards points. The cost in points is dependent on which Chase credit card you have. The best rate is 1.5 cents per point, which is available through the Chase Sapphire Reserve®.

The number of points you can earn by booking through Chase Travel also varies by credit card and maxes out at 10x points per dollar with the Chase Sapphire Reserve card. This card also has a flexible $300 travel credit that could apply to the charge.

World of Hyatt

While Auberge Resorts Collection doesn’t have a loyalty program or use hotel points, there’s 1 Auberge property that can be booked through Hyatt thanks to its partnership with Small Hotels of the World (SLH). That property is Domaine des Etanges, a 13th-century chateau in France.

Domaine des Etanges Auberge bookable through Hyatt
Domaine des Etanges is bookable through Hyatt. Image Credit: Hyatt

While award availability for this property is currently non-existent, there are still some benefits to booking through Hyatt. You’ll be able to earn World of Hyatt points, earn elite night credits towards Hyatt status, and take advantage of SLH benefits such as free breakfast for 2 and a room upgrade (if available).

Plus, Small Luxury Hotels properties booked through Hyatt earn 4x points per dollar on both The World of Hyatt Credit Card and the World of Hyatt Business Credit Card.

Final Thoughts

Auberge Resorts Collection features 26 unique properties located in incredible destinations around the world. Each property reflects its local landscape, food, and culture and offers luxury accommodations, fine dining, and a unique collection of wellness experiences at each location.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How many Auberge Resorts are there?

There are currently 26 Auberge Resorts Collection properties around the world. An additional 5 resorts are scheduled to open between 2023 and 2025.

Who owns Auberge Resorts?

Auberge Resorts Collection was started as a family-run business in 1981 with the first location — Auberge du Soleil — in Napa Valley. It’s now owned by The Friedkin Group, a privately held group of businesses and investments.

Can you book Auberge Resorts with points?

No, Auberge Resorts Collection properties aren’t bookable using hotel points. However, some locations are bookable through travel portals using transferrable points — using Chase points through the Chase Travel portal or using Amex points through American Express Travel, for example.

Where is Auberge based?

Auberge Resorts Collection is headquartered in Mill Valley, California.

What are the best Auberge Resorts?

Some of the best Auberge Resorts Collection properties include:

  • Chileno Bay Resort & Residences
  • Commodore Perry Estate
  • Esperanza
  • Hotel Jerome
  • The Lodge at Blue Sky
  • Mauna Lani
  • Mayflower Inn & Spa
  • Solage
  • The Vanderbilt
  • White Barn Inn

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Katie has been in the points and miles game since 2015 and started her own blog in 2016. She’s been freelance writing since then and her work has been featured in publications like Travel + Leisure, Forbes Advisor, and Fortune Recommends.

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