SAN DIEGO—Noble House Hotels & Resorts has completed a top-to-bottom, multimillion-dollar revitalization of the iconic Kona Kai Resort & Spa.
From the 129 refreshed guestrooms to the addition of a 7,020 sq. ft. SpaTerre, the resort is a restyled creation situated on the very tip of Shelter Island. Highlights include a redesigned lobby, a completely renovated waterfront restaurant, Vessel, a newly built Tiki Bar, along with a revamped pool, the addition of SpaTerre and 55,000 sq. ft. of flexible meetings spaces.
The property seeks to provide a brand new experience that embodies modern San Diego, while still celebrating the hotel’s rich history as a San Diego landmark and maritime haven, according to the company.
“The resort’s enhancement is not only a physical property makeover, but an entire refreshment of the atmosphere in order to create a purely customized guest experience that provides a sophisticated, relaxed escape,” said Pat Colee, owner, founder and chairman of the board of Noble House Hotels & Resort. “This restoration emphasizes the history and charm of a property that has, for decades, been a favored escape for Southern Californians.”