Kimpton's Hotel Palomar San Diego Introduces New Skyline Collection

Kimpton's Hotel Palomar San Diego just launched its 50-room, surf-inspired Skyline Collection, which includes new guestrooms, suites and penthouses. The hotel also introduced its "SummerSalt Pool" and "Lounge program," and created a new adventure package, “Take Flight."California

The property’s new collection has 30 guestrooms, 12 studios, six suites and two penthouses. Accomodations were designed by Theresa Fatino Design, and include “California-style” fixtures with surfboard-themed headboards, surf art, marine-colored tie-dye fabrics and sconces resembling motorcycle taillights. 

The hotel’s rooftop lounge, "SummerSalt", also launched a new program this month, offering poolside brunches and live entertainment on Saturdays and Sundays. It's the perfect place to keep the weekend going.  

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The new “Take Flight” package, available for booking from May 1 through December 30, 2015, offers deluxe accommodations, one pass for a tandem skydive at Skydive San Diego, a 20 percent discount at Nature's Spa by Jurlique, a flight of beer from San Diego's microbreweries and a custom skateboard deck, featuring artwork from Grant Pecoff. 

In addition, the Hotel Palomar San Diego recently launched an Instagram campaign, @PalomarSanDiego, encouraging guests to share ways they “elevate their journeys.” Participants can share images with the hashtag #elevateyourjourneycontest, offering a chance to win a prize valued at $5,000, including a two-night stay in the Skyline Penthouse, a $200 credit to Nature's Spa by Jurlique, dinner for two at Saltbox, and two passes for skydiving or stand-up paddleboarding. The contest continues through June 15, 2015.

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