Napa Valley property undergoing renovation, expansion
Following an extensive revamp and expansion, Napa Valley’s La Residence inn will be rebranded as the SENZA Hotel. The five-building property in Napa., Calif., will continue to undergo renovations through September, including updated interiors created by Leslie Wilks Design of St. Helena, Calif.
The transformation will include renovations to the eight-room Parker Mansion built in 1870, the hotel lobby and dining room. In addition, 15 of the property’s existing guest rooms in other buildings are being renovated, and 18 newly built suites with private patios are being added.
The property will also feature such new amenities as a heated outdoor pool with cabanas, a remodeled hot tub and new outdoor fireplace. Scattered throughout the property will be a contemporary art collection curated by Washington, D.C.-based Virginia Shore and Dallas-based Patricia Meadows.
"Our hope is to share the essence of beautiful Napa Valley with our guests, bringing together wine, food, art and most importantly a spectacular vineyard setting,” say SENZA Hotel owners, Craig and Kathryn Hall, whose Napa Valley winery was featured in the March 2014 edition of Boutique Design.
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