THE GRANDE COLONIAL HOTEL LA JOLLA UNVEILS NEW MEETINGS, WEDDINGS AND SPECIAL EVENT SPACE
At the heart of La Jolla's social scene since 1913, the landmark Grande Colonial enters a new era of grandeur as it unveils its newly renovated meeting and special event spaces -- all adding up to resounding success for executive meetings, corporate events, holiday parties, weddings, and social occasions of every description.
"We went to great lengths to enhance the feel of the hotels' still intact turn-of-the-century architecture designed by noted area architect Richard Requa back in 1913," said Kim Avant, general manager of the Grande Colonial. "Artfully recapturing the hotel's storied past with a keen focus on modern sensibilities, the new design infuses a classic European ambiance and a refined, contemporary sophistication."
All three of the hotel's interior meeting rooms located off the main lobby, received new flooring, wall coverings, custom built-in cabinets with buffet station, new window coverings, and new audio-visual systems. One of the rooms, the Parlor Room, also received new folding doors opening up to the outdoor, ocean-view Grande Terrace. Interior design for the project was provided by Warren Sheets Design, Inc., a San Francisco-based architectural and interior design firm.
Known as La Jolla's oldest original hotel, the Grande Colonial has been a landmark in the community since 1913. The hotel offers 97 European-style guest rooms and suites (22 of which are extended-stay suites with full kitchens and fireplaces). Over 5,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor ocean-view meeting space is also available for up to 100 guests. Food & beverage is provided by the on-site, MICHELIN Distinction NINE-TEN Restaurant.
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