Four firms collaborate for Sheraton Carlsbad Resort & Spa’s overhaul

Sheraton Carlsbad Resort & Spa in Carlsbad, Calif., is undergoing a renovation that is expected to be completed this June. Involved in the renovation are: Kitabayashi Design Studio, NOAA Associates Architects, Topia and Bluemotif Architecture.

Upon completion of the renovation, the resort will have an all-new lobby and resort suites, completely revamped guestrooms and a new restaurant (7 Mile Kitchen).

The 169-room resort has 48 two-bedroom suites with a king-sized master bedroom, a living room and two twin beds. Other guestrooms range in size from 488 square feet to 915 square feet, and come with contemporary furnishings, work desks with built-in data ports, 47-inch LG LCD televisions, complimentary Wi-Fi and  Sheraton’s Sweet Sleeper Beds.

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Named after the city’s seven-mile stretch of Pacific coastline, 7 Mile Kitchen has earthy wood design elements, floral and patterned tiles and hanging wood pendant lighting fixtures. Other restaurants on the property include the Westin’s upscale TWENTY/20 Grill, The Cove Poolside Bar & Grill, The Break Kitchen & Grill and The Canyons, located adjacent to the resort at the Crossings Golf Course.

Other amenities include the Ocean Pearl Spa and fitness center.

For events, the property has more than 40,000 square feet of flexible indoor/outdoor event space. The meeting facilities include multiple outdoor terraces and gardens with views of the coast and resort grounds, as well as single-level access to 15 indoor meeting spaces and ballrooms.

Photo credit: Sheraton Carlsbad Resort & Spa

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