A modern living room features an intercontinental blend of patterned sofas, colorful cushions, and vibrant decor. Large windows with shelf displays of multicolored glass bottles overlook lush greenery. Wooden accents and a patchwork coffee table complete the cozy, inviting space.


Walking distance to what seems like countless restaurants, shops and spas, the four-story hotel offers 36 rooms. Stylishly understated, you’ll find bamboo floors, organic Coyuchi linens and robes, and all-natural signature bath products. Committed to sustainability, solar panels are used to heat the pool and hot water in guest rooms. Custom furnishings, the main stairs, and the meeting room floor were all made using salvaged lumber. A striking living roof filters rainwater. The hotel obtained the prestigious LEED Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council in 2012.

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