Grand opening in January for San Diego Mission Bay Resort
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San Diego's newest resort on Mission Bay set to launch after $21 million renovation.
San Diego's newest resort on Mission Bay set to launch after $21 million renovation.
San Diego Mission Bay Resort, formerly known as the Hilton San Diego Resort & Spa, announced its grand opening is set for January, after completing a $21 million reimagination and renovation.

Located on the waterfront of Mission Bay Park, the largest aquatic preserve in the United States, the lavish 357-room year-round resort is for guests seeking to experience San Diego's idyllic, breezy beach lifestyle.

The new resort will also serve as a location for corporate getaways and business meetings with its proximity to airports, restaurants, destinations downtown such as the Gaslamp Quarter, and other well-known attractions around San Diego County.

"The newly unveiled San Diego Mission Bay Resort will appeal to couples, families, leisure and business travelers alike by offering effortless elegance with activities and comforts of the barefoot chic, vibrant San Diego lifestyle," said Scott Colee, Noble House's chief marketing officer.

"We are especially excited to announce the launch of new curated programming that will engage every guest and visitor and capture the true essence of everything this luxury coastal playground has to offer," Colee said.

The hotel's grand opening debuts the comprehensive $21 million transformation of its guestrooms, the resort's expansive conference center, and the executive board rooms. Guests will enjoy upgraded and enhanced technology, an expanded amenity base, all-new custom furniture evoking a casual elegant style, and new guest bathrooms with tubs and custom tiled showers throughout the resort.

In addition, visitors will notice the custom, original artwork displayed throughout the conference center.

With an eye pointed toward the future, Pebblebrook Hotel Trust, which owns the San Diego Mission Bay Resort, is requesting approval from the City of San Diego to invest an additional $10.5 million into the lobby, restaurant, and the expansive public spaces. The resort is operated by Noble House Hotels & Resorts,

"Noble House Hotels & Resorts is thrilled with the transformation taking place at San Diego Mission Bay Resort," noted George Allen, Noble House area director of sales and marketing. "As with all of Noble House's distinct properties, we want to provide travelers with an exceptional experience that is truly authentic and celebrates the spirit of each of their respective communities."

The resort offers a 4,000-square-foot outdoor pool area, five tennis courts, spa and fitness center, gift shop, restaurant, and poolside grill. Additionally, the Mediterranean-style hotel provides over 16,000-square-feet of interior meeting and function space and 9,600-square-feet of outdoor meeting space.

As a part of the hotel’s transformation, it has invested $21 million to ensure guest rooms and meeting space leave visitors wowed. This includes the grand ballroom at 10,000 square feet with 18-feet high ceilings.
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