The Ritz-Carlton, Half Moon Bay has announced the completion of a nearly $1 million renovation of its top suites. Designed by Hirsch Bedner Associates and inspired by the resort’s coastal location, The Ritz-Carlton Suite and Signature Suites have been renovated in the theme of "Oceanic Opulence," offering a modernized luxury suite experience.
The Ritz-Carlton Suite
The 2,000-square-foot Ritz-Carlton Suite offers ocean views of the property and has been completely updated. The two-bedroom suite sleeps up to six guests and has a master bedroom with plush king bedding and views of the ocean and golf courses below. The guest bedroom offers two double beds and panoramic ocean views. Travelers can entertain up to six guests in the dining room, which adjoins a butler’s kitchen complete with bold blue cabinetry juxtaposed with white marble countertops, along with a herringbone backsplash with brass details. Coral fans and shells embellish the kitchen shelving alongside white ceramic pottery. Guests will also find a master bathroom with wallpaper in hues of blue and white, dual vanities that match the pantry cabinets, a soaking tub and a separate shower. Additionally, the suite offers a walkout balcony and fireplace.
The 1,000-square-foot Signature Suites offer a coastal-inspired design. The living room flows into the modern dining area which includes a chic table accommodating up to four guests, while the adjacent bedroom offers a four-post king canopy bed. The marble bathroom features a luxurious soaking tub, separate showed and blue wooden double vanity, surrounded by soft blue wallpaper.