Published – 13.12.19 – 10:30 a.m. | 6215 views | 0 | 69 | |
San Diego’s newest resort in Mission Bay is set to open after a $ 21 million renovation.
Slideshow San Diego Mission Bay Resort, formerly known as the Hilton San Diego Resort & Spa, announced that it is slated to open in January after completing a $ 21 million redesign and renovation.
The spacious, year-round resort with 357 rooms is located on the shores of Mission Bay Park, the largest water reserve in the USA. It is aimed at guests who want to experience the idyllic, airy beach lifestyle of San Diego.
The new resort will also serve as a location for short breaks and business meetings due to its proximity to airports, restaurants, downtown destinations such as the Gaslamp Quarter and other well-known San Diego County attractions.
“The newly unveiled San Diego Mission Bay Resort will appeal to couples, families, vacationers and business travelers alike by offering effortless sophistication with the activities and comforts of the barefoot chic, vibrant San Diego lifestyle,” said Scott Colee, chief marketing officer of Noble House .
“We are particularly excited to announce the launch of a new curated program that engages every guest and visitor and captures the true essence of everything this luxurious coastal playground has to offer,” said Colee.
The opening of the hotel marks the beginning of a major redesign of the guest rooms, the resort’s extensive conference center and executive board rooms valued at $ 21 million. Guests enjoy upgraded and improved technology, an expanded equipment base, brand new, bespoke furniture reminiscent of a casual, elegant style, and new guest bathrooms with bathtubs and individually tiled showers throughout the resort.
In addition, visitors will notice the custom original templates throughout the conference center.
Looking ahead, the Pebblebrook Hotel Trust, which owns the San Diego Mission Bay Resort, is seeking approval from the City of San Diego to invest an additional $ 10.5 million in the lobby, restaurant, and sprawling public areas. The resort is operated by Noble House Hotels & Resorts.
“Noble House Hotels & Resorts is excited about the transformation at the San Diego Mission Bay Resort,” said George Allen, director of sales and marketing at Noble House. “As with all of Noble House’s different properties, we aim to provide travelers with an exceptional experience that is truly authentic and celebrates the spirit of each of their respective communities.”
The resort offers a 4,000-square-foot outdoor pool area, five tennis courts, a spa and fitness center, gift shop, restaurant and poolside grill. In addition, the Mediterranean-style hotel offers over 16,000 square feet of indoor meeting and event space and 9,600 square feet of outdoor meeting space.
As part of the hotel’s redesign, $ 21 million was invested to ensure that guest rooms and meeting rooms delight visitors. This includes the grand ballroom with 10,000 square feet and 18 foot ceilings.