The Mission Inn Hotel Opens the Kensington Kelly Suite

The Mission Inn Hotel & Spa has opened its newest specialty guest suite, the Kensington Kelly Suite, named after Mission Inn Owner, vice chairman and COO Kelly Roberts’ first born granddaughter, Kensington Kelly.

The guestroom showcases a royal design, signature amenities, six different in-room spa packages and additional indulgent extras, creating a getaway for children and adults alike.

Amenities included in the suite offer pampering luxury experiences. A few offerings include:

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  • Signature Kensington Kelly cupcakes
  • Kensington Kelly embroidered bathrobes and slippers
  • Afternoon tea set with a special menu
  • Various in-room spa treatments such as the “Mommy & Me” or “Princess Bride” services
  • An exclusive Kensington Kelly Doll for younger guests

Kelly Roberts, head of design and development for The Mission Inn Hotel & Spa and the Kensington Kelly Suite, curates décor elements reminiscent of her granddaughter’s personality. Inside, the suite has a royal, yet playful ambiance. The suite is also outfitted with a quaint sitting area and tea set, a tiled fireplace and French doors that lead to a private patio.

Originally opened in 1903, The historic Mission Inn Hotel & Spa in Riverside, CA has 238 guestrooms, including 27 suites, four restaurants, a swimming pool and Jacuzzi surrounded by gardens, a fitness center, a historic museum and a spa.

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