Dawson Design Associates designs Hotel Sorella Country Club Plaza

Valencia Group revealed an addition to its Hotel Valencia brand with the opening of Hotel Sorella Country Club Plaza in Kansas City.  International interior design firm Dawson Design Associates led the property’s design.

The newly-constructed property has a fusion of modern design and Mediterranean inspiration, with details mirroring the Plaza's own influence of Spanish Seville, such as the rooftop pool and Renaissance-style artwork.

Upon entering the lobby, guests will experience a contemporary modern twist of blown Venetian glass chandeliers, intricate custom marble tile mosaics inset into white marble floors, hand carved elaborate wood paneling, and Renaissance inspired paintings. Guestrooms continue the design, with hardwoods transitioning from entry to the bed. Shades of blue, white and charcoal surround the headboard tapestry.

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In total, there are 132 guestrooms, including nine suites and one Presidential Suite. The white-on-white bathrooms of Carrera marble, accented by mirrored stainless steel, take backseat to the oversized walk-in shower, with rainforest showerhead.

For events, the property has 5,700 square feet of meeting space, including six meeting rooms. Dining options include: Rosso, the rooftop restaurant and bar, with tiered views. 

The vision for the rooftop area is inspired by the hill towns of Italy, offering views from above. The rooftop pool is accented with custom lighting, cabanas and fire pits.

Also available is complimentary wireless Internet access in room and public spaces. Other amenities include: a rooftop swimming pool, business center and a fitness center.

PHOTOS BY DAVID PHELPS PHOTOGRAPHY


 

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