Barry Sternlicht’s SH Resorts & Resorts is bringing its Treehouse Motels brand to the U.S., with the first outpost slated for Silicon Valley.
Scheduled to open late upcoming year in Sunnyvale, California, Treehouse’s first U.S. hotel will be developed applying environmentally pleasant modular development methods as properly as a partial repurposing of some current structures.
Trees taken out for the duration of the building procedure will also be repurposed, with neighborhood artists applying the wood to build mother nature-themed sculptures.
The 254-area Treehouse Sunnyvale will supply guestrooms with non-public out of doors areas, such as a mix of ground-ground patios, balconies and terraces. Rooms will be outfitted with wood bookcases and ceiling beams, farm desk-inspired desks and vibrant pillows and quilts.
Other facilities will include a café with indoor and outdoor seating, a backyard garden, a courtyard pool with cabanas and a warm tub, a physical fitness center, and assembly and event house.
The Treehouse Sunnyvale will be Treehouse’s 3rd area, signing up for two hotels in England. The Treehouse Resort London debuted in late 2019 and the Treehouse Resort Manchester is due to open up early following 12 months. A resort in Miami’s Brickell neighborhood is anticipated to open in 2025.
On Treehouse’s web-site, Sternlicht describes the Treehouse notion as “a special location that feels extra ‘home’ than ‘hotel’ … cozy, welcoming, heat, and someway common … an oasis following a extensive day that at the moment refreshes, inspires and delights.”
SH Lodges & Resorts’ model portfolio also contains 1 Motels and Baccarat Hotels.