Del Mar Beach Hotel Set for June Debut Following Multimillion-Dollar Renovation

USA, Del Mar, California. June 17, 2022

After undergoing a multi-million-dollar redesign, Del Mar's only hotel on the beach has been transformed into Del Mar Beach Hotel, set to debut in June 2022. This modern California coastal boutique hotel boasts 46 elegantly appointed guest rooms and suites, as well as two residences, all drenched in light woods and ocean-inspired art and located just steps from Del Mar Village. The property is managed by Azul Hospitality Group, a San Diego based hospitality management company focused primarily on lifestyle hotels and resorts.

"We can't wait to welcome guests to our sophisticated coastal oasis here at Del Mar Beach Hotel," says General Manager Ryan White. "Our elevated beachside retreat offers something for everyone, whether guests are gathering to reconnect with each other, with themselves, or to simply experience one of SoCal's most beautiful beachside towns."

Combining modern Mediterranean and California coastal influences, Del Mar Beach Hotel embraces the warm comforts of home, invoking a timeless design. The rooms feature the hues of warm beiges and sand with blue accent colors, seamlessly blending with the sky and nearby water. Furniture is a palette of warm wood tones complemented by plank wood floors, all accented by custom art and light fixtures, with a modern flair. The hotel's art is curated by national artists, paying homage to Del Mar's storied history and community, as well as the beachfront environment. The focal area of each room is the headboard mural, depicting a coastal scene. All luxury guest room linens and bathrobes are by Frette.

Del Mar Beach Hotel's two residences, named The Beach House and The Bungalow, provide guests with all of the comforts of home. The beautifully remodeled 1,600 sq ft three-bedroom Beach House can comfortably accommodate up to eight people. The home features a large living room, separate dining area and a well-appointed kitchen with awning windows that open to the rear patio and bar which boasts a covered outdoor kitchen, BBQ, separate dining area, fire pit and seating area. The master bedroom features a king size bed with two closets, en-suite bath with double vanity, oversized shower and vaulted ceiling with natural light spilling in through a skylight. The second bedroom has a vaulted ceiling and features two queen size beds and a private bath. The third bedroom boasts two twin beds plus a small loft area perfect for kids to play in.

The one bedroom Bungalow can accommodate up to six people and features a professional kitchen with a Viking range, SubZero refrigerator; a 40-bottle wine fridge; espresso machine; coffeemaker; microwave; and dishwasher. The Bungalow boasts a private Jacuzzi hot tub; an outdoor shower; a Tesla charging station; smart televisions; a washer and dryer; a massive double shower and dual vanity in master bath; and an en-suite bath with shower. All luxury linens are by Frette.

Del Mar Beach Hotel provides access to the longtime favorite beachfront locale, Poseidon restaurant, which is located mere steps from the hotel. Owned by the same family that has owned the hotel since 1968, Poseidon serves lunch and dinner seven days a week. A charmingly hip Airstream Café, which will debut at the hotel later this year, will be open throughout the day and feature coffees, juices and to-go offerings such as pastries and sandwiches.

A quintessential Southern California beachside hotel, Del Mar Beach Hotel invites guests to rest, recharge, gather and explore. Guests will be welcomed with a glass of fine wine at check-in from the Cruvinet Wine Dispenser in the lobby, with a rotating selection of curated varietals by the glass. A La Cimbali espresso machine is also available for guests in the lobby throughout their stay. They will also be able to grab a pour-over from the Airstream Café as they head out for a day on the sand, surf in the swells, or cozy up by the fire pit to perfect their s'more technique. Or take a bike ride into town with the hotel's complimentary beach cruisers, connect with locals at happy hour on the deck or join a sunset yoga flow in the sand. Del Mar Beach Hotel will also launch an annual flip flop program, where each year they will feature a custom flip flop design, the perfect commemoration of magical days spent cruising the sand and Del Mar's quaint streets.

Nestled on the sand and a short drive from Torrey Pines, Balboa Park and Little Italy, the hotel is perfectly situated for a San Diego getaway. Since the legendary days of Hollywood's golden years, Del Mar has been the destination of choice for many elites as well as those with a taste for fast horses at the legendary Del Mar Racetrack, beautiful beaches and award-winning cuisine. Whether it's a family gathering with amenities and activities on hand, a weekend with friends spent exploring the Village, or a solo excursion that calls for a little bit of nature and nurture, the Del Mar Beach Hotel is outfitted for every type of traveler.

International interior design firm Parisi Portfolio oversaw the redesign of Del Mar Beach Hotel. A second phase of the hotel's transformation will be unveiled later this year. Additionally, the hotel will be launching various programs such as beachfront movies, stargazing activations as well as wellness and fitness series.

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