Santa Monica Hotel Gets a "Suite" New Design

 

Fairmont Miramar

The first of several new suites designed by Interior Designer Lynda Murray has made its debut, complete with an iconic black-and-white Henry Diltz photograph of The Doors walking along Venice Beach. The 785-square-foot suite features hickory hardwood floors, a contemporary candelabra chandelier, and a custom-designed velvet wing back bed. Also unique to the suite are the retro espresso coffee maker and wet bar with 1920's- inspired cocktail recipes. Lynda Murray is well-known for her fusion of classic and contemporary style inspired by the unique casual elegance of Santa Monica and Southern California.

Business travelers will also be happy to learn that the new suite offers premium wired and wireless internet access.

Fairmont Miramar, former residence of Santa Monica founder John P. Jones, was transformed to create a residential-style mansion hotel. The resort features 300 guestrooms and suites, including 32 garden bungalows with French doors that open onto private patios. Guests can escape among palm trees and waterfalls, with views of the Pacific Ocean and Santa Monica Beach.
 

For more information, please visit www.fairmont.com/santamonica or call (310) 576-7777.

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