KNA Design creates interiors for San Diego's Monsaraz

KNA Design crafts interior design of first Tapestry Collection property in San Diego
Los Angeles-based KNA Design will lead the interior design for The Monsaraz’s mid-century modern look and feel. RAR Hospitality

Southern California-based RAR Hospitality is scheduled to open San Diego's first Tapestry Collection by Hilton property  in summer 2020. The Monsaraz is a partnership with local development firm Alliance Development. RAR Hospitality will own and operate the property, which will have 92 rooms, a restaurant and bar.

Los Angeles-based KNA Design will lead the interior design for The Monsaraz’s mid-century modern look and feel.

The hotel will have a distinct Portuguese theme, paying tribute to the Portuguese settlers that landed on Point Loma in the 1500s. The hotel will have a strong storyline that ties into each space of the hotel, allowing for guests to immerse themselves in the local culture.

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Located in the seaside community of Point Loma, California, the nearly 50,000-square-foot property will have views of the marina and Downtown San Diego. It will also have a contemporary lobby, fitness center, outdoor garden and deck. For events, it will have an 800-square-foot meeting room and 4,000 square feet of outdoor event space.

The ground-up hotel construction will be managed by Alliance Development. The general contractor will be Richard & Richard Construction based in San Marcos, California.

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