The Inn at Rancho Santa Fe welcomes back guests with new interiors reminiscent of the gold age of Hollywood.
One of Southern California’s most storied resorts, the Inn at Rancho Santa Fe, will celebrate its 100th anniversary with a brand new look. The historic property, which boasts 11 acres at the heart of this Southern California city known for its sprawling homes, natural beauty, and equestrian heritage, reopens its doors on Nov. 1 after a multi-million-dollar renovation.
The Inn, which for decades was the go-to spot of Hollywood celebrities like Charlie Chaplin and Douglas Fairbanks, now features 85 sophisticated accommodation options, including suites, cottages, and stand-alone residences. It also has two food and beverage destinations, Lilian’s and Bing’s Bar. The latter is named after Bing Cosby, who was also a regular at the Inn.
The restoration, led by designer Steve Hermann and Nina Chiappa Interiors, elevates the resort and reintroduces it as a refined and modern retreat with luxe amenities and decor that pays homage to the property’s past.
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