• Pebble Beach Resorts Revitalizes Casa Palmero

     
    POSTED June 12, 2018
     
  • Pebble Beach Resorts Revitalizes Casa Palmero

     
    POSTED June 12, 2018
     

The boutique Casa Palmero at Pebble Beach Resorts recently completed a refresh to its 24 guest accommodations, just in time for Pebble Beach Resorts’ 2019 centennial celebration. Highlights of the award-winning design firm Hirsch Bedner Associates (HBA) include interior and technology upgrades to preserve the distinct style of the boutique property, such as its trellised walkways, gardens, wooden doors and iron gates, and fireplaces adorning each suite. 

HBA Senior Designer Jacob Royster noted, “The interior design for Casa Palmero is built on the existing palette – earth tones complemented by rich Mediterranean colors.” Reflecting on the soft goods enhancements, he added, “Fabrics are plush and tailored with intricate stitching and patterns that are refreshed versions of traditional scroll and fretwork patterns.” 

Other improvements include new 55-inch HD TVs, which complement Casa Palmero’s original amenities such as oversized soaking tubs and outdoor patios with private hot tubs, which are offered in several rooms. 

Sheraton Dallas Hotel, the largest hotel in downtown Dallas, is currently undergoing an extensive renovation of all public areas, guest rooms, and meeting and convention space. As part of its ongoing multimillion-dollar renovation, the hotel introduced five new food and beverage concepts. Three of the five have opened, and the additional two will open by early February.

 

Los Angeles-based Factory Place Hospitality Group has hired Bryan Marn and Janalane Southard to oversee restaurant sales and events at its properties in Los Angeles and Las Vegas. Marn joins the FPHG team as events director for the group’s Los Angeles restaurants—The Factory Kitchen, Officine BRERA, and sixth+mill pizzeria and bar. Southard joins the team as restaurant sales manager for the newly opened The Factory Kitchen in The Venetian Resort Las Vegas. 

 

The expansive Grand View Lodge is getting even bigger. Two-ish hours from Minneapolis, the resort is appealing to planners with its new hotel and conference center it’s planning as part of its $30 million expansion. The 60-room boutique hotel—simply called North—is situated to become the perfect venue for groups looking to escape the city.