The new Towers at Pacifica building will mirror the existing resort’s minimalist décor with organic elements.
The property will reopen this fall following a renovation project being carried out by Luis Vallejo Landscape Studio.
The architectural feel of the 94-room hotel incorporates a modern American seaside summer cottage feel with “beachy” interior finishes.
Yarwood Leather added new colors to the Mustang and Style collections.
This geometric Euro-chic faucet design has flat and curved lines alongside its distinctive minimalist styling.
The new fixture comes in three models and four mounting options.
Each voice-activated hotel room is equipped with an iPad running a custom app that controls the in-room guest experience.
The hotel is located in what was at one time was the world’s largest brick-and-mortar building.
All 415 guestrooms and nine suites have been reworked, inspired by the hotel's Pacific Northwest location.
The David Mexico Design Group and Bullock Smith and Partners designed the 27-story property opening this fall.