Yabu Pushelberg's Las Alcobas Napa Valley hotel features "spa-like" bathrooms and homey dining - architecture and design

Yabu Pushelberg's Las Alcobas Napa Valley hotel features "spa-like" bathrooms and homey dining



Design firm Yabu Pushelberg has transformed a 20th-century house in California's Napa Valley into this luxury hotel, which features bedrooms lined with dark wood, spacious bathrooms and a rustic restaurant.

The New York and Toronto interiors firm followed up on the success of the first Las Alcobas in Mexico City by designing the interiors for sister property in Napa Valley, California.
The second outpost of the brand opened in 2017 as Napa Valley's first new luxury hotel in seven years.

While nearby hotels tout being within walking distance to Napa's wineries, Las Alcobas' location is highly coveted for its right-across-the-creek proximity to the Beringer Vineyard, the oldest continuously operating winery in the area.
The 68-room resort is anchored by the Acacia House, a restored Georgian pile, which houses six guestrooms, a boardroom, and the hotel's restaurant.
Built in 1905, the grand residence is characterised by a wide wrap-around porch that leads into the lobby area, where eclectic artwork and artifacts ornament the grey plaster walls.

The original leaded glass windows, wood beamed ceilings, and rusticated wood floors to add to its sense of place. A number of guest rooms are also found in newly constructed "outbuildings" that are connected by meandering pathways.

"We designed a hotel that feels like home with unique amenities that will create lasting impressions with our guests," said Las Alcobas founder and CEO Samuel Leizorek in a statement....
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