Pebble Beach Resorts to open HBA-designed Fairway One at The Lodge this August

Exclusive 38-room addition to The Lodge and new meeting facility will overlook the first fairway of Pebble Beach Golf Links.

Pebble Beach Company is scheduled to open the Fairway One at Pebble Beach Resorts in August. An addition to The Lodge at Pebble Beach, Fairway One will add 38 guestrooms, including 30 guestrooms in three two-story buildings and eight rooms in two four-bedroom golf cottages fronting the first fairway of Pebble Beach Golf Links.

The Fairway One complex will also include a new meeting facility anchored by a 2,500-square-foot meeting room.

The property first opened as the Lodge and Pebble Beach Golf Links in 1919.

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Fairway One is part of a series of upgrade projects taking place at the resort property, among them the phased renovation of all 454 guestrooms at The Lodge, The Inn at Spanish Bay and Casa Palmero, and restorations to Pebble Beach Golf Links. All of these enhancements are being completed in preparation for hosting the 2018 U.S. Amateur and 2019 U.S. Open championships, as well as the celebration of the resort’s 100th anniversary in 2019.

Pebble Beach Company is working with hospitality design firm Hirsch Bedner Associates (HBA) for the interior design of Fairway One, as well as The Lodge and The Inn guestroom renovations.

Located on the left side of the first fairway, the Fairway One complex will have oversized private accommodations, all with ocean, garden and golf course views. It will have 30 guestrooms in three two-story hotel buildings, two four-bedroom golf cottages, and the meeting facility.

The two Fairway One cottages, which front the first fairway, each will have a 1,000-square-foot living room, two king bedrooms, two queen/queen bedrooms, and an outdoor terrace with fire pit. Each living room will have a 17-foot-high wood-beam ceiling, wood millwork and an authentic wood-burning floor-to-ceiling stacked stone fireplace. They will also have two 55-inch HDTVs, a wet bar, a dining area and oversized furniture in groupings that encourage a communal experience. A uniformly white architectural palette will be accented with earth tones.

The 30 Fairway One guestrooms will be located behind the cottages. These will have large picture windows and terraces and open floor plans for a feeling of space. The rooms will have a neutral color scheme, and classic patterns and details.

Situated on the arrival court of Fairway One, the Fairway One Meeting Facility will have several meeting and event space options. Its centerpiece will be the 2,500-square-foot Fairway One Meeting Room with a capacity of 225, featuring floor-to-ceiling views of the first fairway and looking out towards the first green. Other spaces will include the 700-square-foot Fairway One Board Room (26 capacity), 1,000-square-foot Fairway One Living Room (80 capacity) and 2,250-square-foot Fairway One Terrace Patio (250 capacity). Local art, natural materials and hues, and tactile finishes throughout the facility will reflect the character of Pebble Beach.

In addition to the Fairway One complex, all existing guest accommodations in The Lodge, The Inn and Casa Palmero are being renovated inside and out. At The Lodge, enhancements will include a 30-percent expansion of window walls in all ocean-front rooms to maximize views of Pebble Beach Golf Links, Carmel Bay and the Pacific Ocean. Ocean-front patios and decks are also being doubled in size to serve as an outdoor living space. Inside, bedroom renovations include new furnishings and accessories, bathroom upgrades, a signature fireplace wall and the addition of air conditioning. Among the technology upgrades are 55-inch HDTVs, new lighting, energy management systems, and new door locks. Building exteriors are also receiving a new look enhanced by wood, stone and stucco.

Guestrooms at The Inn will have a more contemporary, coastal California look, and will have enhanced and reconfigured window walls to offer ocean views and The Links at Spanish Bay. Guestrooms will also have a full bedroom renovation to include new furniture and accessories, a new built-in desk and minibar space, updated marble fireplace, air conditioning and technology enhancements. Bathrooms will be updated with new fixtures and lighting.

Meanwhile, the Casa Palmero guestrooms will receive an interior makeover and technology upgrades.

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