La Costa Resort and Spa revamps guestrooms and suites

In the foothills of Carlsbad, California, just north of San Diego, La Costa Resort and Spa has completed renovation on its newly redesigned guest rooms and suites.

Featuring greens and terra cotta with hints of Day Lily gold, alongside the property's signature blues and creams, the design by ForrestPerkins represents the new "La Costa Look," part of owner's master plan renovation to be incorporated throughout the resort.

Following the infusion of $150 million by KSL Resorts, which bought the property in 2011, La Costa has introduced fabrics into its guestrooms that pick up the quatrefoil pattern of fountains throughout the property and furniture.

Surrounded by palms, birds of paradise and the garden pools, the new rooms also feature an oversized soaking tub, separate shower, La Costa Coco Manga spa amenities and optional private patios.

Other new features include outlets adjacent to the beds and desks for cell phones or laptops, reading lights at the beds, and two desk chairs in most rooms for easier in-room dining.

On-site, the resort features the 43,000 square-foot Spa, 611 guest rrooms and suites and facilities, including a Clubhouse with a fitness center, two championship golf courses and two acclaimed restaurants, Legends Bistro and BlueFire Grill–all of which are linked by walkways.


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