Luxury San Diego hotel completes redesign

February 22, 2017 by  

L’Auberge Del Mar, a luxury hotel in the San Diego suburb of Del Mar, recently finished redesigning its meeting spaces and guest rooms, according to an article on NBC San Diego website.

The project cost $4m. According to Destination Hotels, which operates the resort, the 121 guest rooms that comprise the property were updated by Barclay Butera, a noted interior designer based in Los Angeles. Butera was also in charge when L’Auberge was remodeled in 2008.

The remodel including fitting new carpeting and buying new bedding. New wall coverings were also installed, along with new mirrors, and contemporary works of art. Wood furnishings were updated and the lighting was changed as well, giving the hotel what it calls a “coastal chic” look. The colors in the meeting rooms now reflect San Diego’s coastal location, with a scheme of whites, blues, and light greens, which are the hues found throughout the property.

Aaron Chang, who is an award-winning photographer based in San Diego, with galleries both downtown and in Solana Beach, partnered with L’Auberge, and his work is featured throughout the hotel. In addition, a live feed of the Pacific Ocean is fed to the lobby, so guests can see the ocean as they first arrive at the resort.

Facilities like this can benefit if they work with brochure printers, who can help them create illustrated brochures that show potential guests the property in an inviting way.

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