Beach Terrace Inn renovated

Carlsbad, CA - September 21, 2009 - The Beach Terrace Inn, one of San Diego North County’s most established beachside hotels, is about to host a grand re-opening to mark the completion of an $8 million luxury renovation. On September 17, the all-new Beach Terrace Inn will present its 48 elegantly refurbished oceanfront rooms and upgraded amenities.

Beach Terrace Inn is the only “on-the-beach” hotel property in Carlsbad, which is part of the beautiful Southern California beach resort area known as San Diego North County. All 48 rooms at Beach Terrace Inn offer panoramic views of the ocean and are literally a few steps away from the sand

Plantes Hotel Renovation/Apollo Hospitality Group was retained for the consulting, design, construction and purchasing on the he eight-month, multi-million dollar project. The renovation has transformed the boutique hotel into a stylish, high-end retreat for those seeking a pampered, luxury experience with ocean front access.

The hotel’s new luxury upgrades include completely re-configured and enlarged lobby; custom stained glass windows in lobby doors and windows; new mahogany window casings; new Palmwood flooring with beach pebble trim; refurbished rooms and common areas; Italian ceramic tile in entryways of many rooms; custom cast glass panels in all guestrooms (crafted by local artist); enlarged bathrooms with granite vanities and walk-in showers; 42” LCD flat screen TVs in all rooms; 310-count bed linens; waffle weave bathrobes in all rooms; and environmentally-friendly bath/body amenities and housekeeping products.

“We’re very excited to be offering our guests a truly first-class, luxury environment,” said Beach Terrace Inn’s General Manager, Rick. “We feel it’s the ultimate retreat for those seeking an intimate, pampered stay at the beach. These extensive upgrades make Beach Terrace Inn the new jewel of San Diego North County.”

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