Level 3 Design Group renovates Marriott Ventura Beach

Level 3 Design Group renovates Marriott Ventura Beach.
The design team wanted to make sure that the topography and culture of Ventura Beach was incorporated into the property's new look. Photo credit: Level 3 Design Group

The renovation of the Marriott Ventura Beach is almost complete, with Level 3 Design Group putting the final touches on the 286 guestrooms, lobby, reception area, public corridors, great room, common areas, meeting spaces, M lounge and ballrooms. 

According to Eduardo Renteria, senior interior designer at Level 3 who oversaw the renovation of the property, the design team wanted to make sure that the topography and culture of Ventura Beach was incorporated into the design. The team used greys, blues, yellows and hints of purple to capture the surf town vibe and feel of Ventura Beach.

The Marriott Ventura Beach first opened in 1986.

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