Charles Theobold designs Napa Valley-inspired Vineyard View Collection

The Vineyard View Collection includes 22 renovated rooms with direct vineyard views, with the rooms segmented into three room types.

Chef Charlie Palmer and Palmer City-Core Hotels launched the Vineyard View Collection, a new tier of renovated guestrooms and suites at Harvest Inn by Charlie Palmer. All 22 rooms have direct vineyard views, with the rooms segmented into three room types.

In the renovation, Charles Theobold of the local firm Star 7 Architect focused on Napa Valley. The new color palette now includes cream, pale blues and light grays, showcased on the refinished walls and trim, new window treatments, carpets and bedding. There are also midcentury-style grey office chairs, bright pillows and cashmere blanket. Modern touches include USB ports, and chrome and nickel-brushed lighting.

The room type "Vineyard View Collection King" measures 550 square feet, and has king-sized bed, wood-burning red brick fireplace, vineyard views, and private porch or terrace.

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The "Vineyard View Collection Spa" measures 550 square feet, and has king-sized beds, wood-burning red brick fireplace, vineyard views, private porch or terrace, and private spa hot tub.

Meanwhile, the "Vineyard View Collection Suite" measures 1,000 square feet, and have multi-level accommodations with king-sized beds, wood-burning red brick fireplaces, vineyard views, private porch or terrace, and living/dining area.

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