California wine country's new Archer Napa hotel takes 20% off rooms for a limited time

Tuesday, 05 December 2017, 01:40:44 AM. The hotel in Napa, Calif., features a Charlie Palmer Steak restaurant and 183 rooms. The deal is good for stays through Feb. 18.

The new five-story Archer Napa hotel in downtown Napa, Calif., with a Charlie Palmer Steak restaurant offers guests an opening deal that takes up to 20% off best available rates.

The deal: The hotel, which officially opened at the end of November, has 183 rooms with “Napa-centric design, décor, themes and programming,” a news release says. Room layouts and designs differ so no two rooms look exactly alike.

To get the 20% discount, reserve online and use the booking code “20offNapa.”

When: The offer is good for stays through Feb. 18.

Tested: I checked online for room prices from Feb. 2 to 4. Best available price for a room with a king-sized bed costs $289. The discount brings it down to $247. (Prices don’t include tax or fees.)

The hotel’s website says the rooftop spa and fitness room won’t open until the end of the year. In the meantime, guests are given a pass to a nearby gym.

Info: Archer Napa, 1230 First St., Napa; (855) 437-9100

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