A Reimagined Resort & An Island Utopia

Following a $21 million re-imagination and renovation of its 357 guest rooms, conference center, and executive board room, the former Hilton San Diego Resort & Spa reemerges this month as San Diego Mission Bay Resort.

San Diego Mission Bay Resort Set to Debut After Recent Major Renovation

Now operated by Noble House Hotels & Resorts, the new luxury resort and spa is set to debut upgraded and enhanced technology, expanded amenities, new casual yet elegant furnishings, modernized guest baths boasting tubs and custom-tile showers and, throughout the conference center, artwork.

“The newly unveiled 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,” says 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.”

Coming soon: Look for Mission Bay Resort Owner Pebblebrook Hotel Trust to invest an additional $10.5 million into the lobby, restaurant and public spaces.

San Diego Mission Bay Resort

1775 E. Mission Bay Drive, San Diego, CA

Island Utopia: the Newest Addition to the Residences of Laule’a

Seeking to invest in a vacation or retirement home on the Big Island of Hawaii? Check out this luxurious property now on the market for $3.975 million at The Residences of Laule’a, a gated collection of 17 residences nestled along the picturesque coast of Kona-Kohala.

“This home is in the newest development at the world-famous Mauna Lani.”

Says Michael Cuthbertson, area managing director of Destination Residences Hawaii, the house vacation rental management company that provides turnkey hotel-style amenities and hospitality services for The Residences of Laule’a: “The home is in a premier location on the first hole of one of the best golf courses in the region.”

Expect almost 3,000 square feet of living space on a single level highlighted by four bedrooms, sliding mahogany doors that open to reveal seamless indoor-outdoor environs, and a pool and spa. Combine all this with easy access to a wide range of resort amenities, including dining and shopping, the Mauna Lani Beach Club, and Francis H. I’i Brown North and South Golf Courses.

The Residences of Laule’a

68-1210 S Kaniku Alanui, #5A2, Kamuela, HI
808.333.2953  |  laulea.ca

Photographs: Courtesy of San Diego Mission Bay Resort (Top) And The Residences At Laule’a (Bottom)

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