EDG Design merges nautical flair with Cape Cod style for California’s Lido House

EDG Design merges nautical flair with Cape Cod style architecture in design of California’s Lido House.
The hotel also has five residential-style, three-level cottages. The cottages were created by Grace Blu Design, Jennifer Mehditash Design, Brooke Wagner Designer, Erica Bryen Design and Blackband Design. Photo credit: Marriott International

Lido House has opened as the first property in Newport Beach, Calif. to join Marriott's Autograph Collection.

Set on the site of the former City Hall, the 130-room hotel pays homage to the historic landmark through its interior design and culinary offerings. With interior design led by EDG Design, Lido House merges nautical flair with Cape Cod-style architecture. 

The hotel also has five residential-style, three-level cottages, each with 1,300 square feet, including a rooftop patio, personal BBQ and fireplace. Each of the cottages have a distinct design motif created by a different local designer, including Grace Blu Design, Jennifer Mehditash Design, Brooke Wagner Designer, Erica Bryen Design and Blackband Design.

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Lido House has various dining options, including Mayor's Table Pacific Pub & Kitchen, which has a contemporary design; Topside Roof Deck, the only rooftop bar in Newport Beach; and Crew Coffee + Cremerie.

Other amenities include the Boost Spa, fitness facility, saltwater pool and cabanas, and 15,000 square feet of indoor/outdoor event space.

The hotel was opened with R.D. Olson Development.

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