San Francisco's Hotel Diva completes $2M makeover

Hotel Diva, a Personality Hotel located in San Francisco, has completed a $2- million reinvention helmed by Edmonds + Lee Architects, which oversaw the overhaul of all guestrooms, common areas and the exterior of the property.

Hotel Diva’s 116 guestrooms are now dressed in three shades of grey with deep plum accents, described as a “dramatic backdrop that sets the stage for a striking interplay of black and white furnishings by ASTI, abstract geometrical carpeting by Masland, and artistic Pablo Pardo lighting.” Hotel Diva’s rooms now feature rolled steel headboards, white beddings by SFERRA, an embroidered DIVA euro pillow sham, Andrew Morgan throws, and Harry Bertoia chairs.

Newly designed bathrooms feature a white Lucite wall pattern created exclusively for Hotel Diva by Ambath, floor tile resembling Brazilian hardwood, and shower curtains by Valley Forge Fabrics.

The exterior of the hotel has been freshly painted in charcoal grey with bright white windows, while the lobby has been redesigned as an open, airy lounge.

Exclusive to the hotel is Perrier Sparkling Natural Mineral Water’s Perrier Lounge, slated to open in February 2012.

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