Encinitas area hotel reveals recent renovations

September 30, 2013 by  

The Park Hyatt Aviara Resort, a luxury hotel in Carlsbad, ten miles from Encinitas, has just completed a multi-million dollar renovation, and is eager to welcome guests.

The hotel hired BAMO, Inc., a San Francisco company, to handle the renovations. It has 329 rooms and a restaurant, the California Bistro, all of which were remodeled. The renovations were done to bring the interior of the hotel more into line with its Spanish Colonial architecture.

The work consisted of re-carpeting and repainting all of the guestrooms, updating the lighting and window treatments, and selecting new artwork and some new furniture. The room renovations have made the guest spaces airy and bright, using a color palette of blues and whites that reflect the aesthetics of the coast. Ikat prints, colorful patterns from Guatemala, are used as accents.

The California Bistro restaurant was also remodeled, receiving new window treatments, tiles, chairs, carpeting, and wall coverings. The Wheel Stoneware, an Encinitas company, provided new china, and the lounge/waiting area was revamped as well.

Park Hyatt Aviara Resort is a popular venue for both vacationers and business travelers. Much of its standing comes from its setting: it sits on 200 acres of green hills and valleys with views to both Batiquitos Lagoon and the Pacific Ocean. It also features a fitness center, four restaurants, a spa, swimming pool, tennis courts, and a championship 18-hole golf course designed by the great Arnold Palmer.

The hotel could work with brochure printers to create a display piece to be left in racks or given to travel agents, outlining the hotel’s amenities.