The Westin Gaslamp Quarter, San Diego has completed a property-wide transformation that includes the debut of the brand’s new lobby design.
The new lobby includes a feature wall and check-in pods that make interactions more personal. The Westin Gaslamp Quarter, San Diego has added several signature touches to the lobby design, including a vertical garden. “Flame Flower,” a 40-ft (12-m) sculpture by local artist Michael Stutz, is the centerpiece of the front drive.
The Westin Gaslamp Quarter, San Diego is also home to the second U.S. outlet of the brand’s new restaurant, Pinzimini, which serves modern Italian cuisine. The property also offers grab-and-go options through its Ingredients venue.
In addition to the lobby and the new restaurant, the hotel has remodeled its fitness facilities to include all-new cardio and weight equipment with video integration and a New Balance gear-lending program.
The property’s 35,000 sq ft (3,252 sq m) of meeting and event space also got a makeover. The new 5,940-sq-ft (552-sq-m) San Diego Ballroom has new flex-back banquet chairs and capabilities for light, sound and rigging. The adjoining Garden Terrace offers 5,752 sq ft (534 sq m) of outdoor space on the fourth floor of the building.
As the first phase of the project, all 450 guestrooms were remodeled with a neutral color palette, natural wood, and stone accents. The redesign incorporates eco-friendly materials such as CFL lights.