Hideaway Santa Barbara introduces a new standard of understated luxury, with its meticulously curated casual elegance. Housed in a 1908 California Craftsman, the intimate nine-room hotel is comprised of deluxe guest rooms and spacious suites, offering views of the Santa Ynez Mountains and the historic Fernald Mansion.
The enviable pedestrian-friendly location is just blocks from the beach, the Urban Wine Trail, and the Funk Zone. The property is designed by Kirkwood Collection’s design director Michelle McClory, who has worked alongside acclaimed designers Jeffrey Alan Marks and Michael Smith. Delivering a high-end residential, California Coastal aesthetic to a hospitality setting, Hideaway Santa Barbara offers understated elegance with a modern edge. The governing design principle is use of natural light, which is reflected in the choice of skylights, finishes and artisan materials throughout the property.
Beautifully-appointed guest rooms are bright and breezy with contemporary organic furnishings and high-end residential elements that incorporate an overall feel of California coastal whimsy; a nod to the iconic setting where land meets the sea – the American Riviera. A boutique hotel offering complimentary breakfast, Hideaway Santa Barbara caters to the international traveler and promises its guests a true “home away from home” experience. With thoughtfully incorporated features including Apple TVs and fireplaces, Hideaway guests receive a complimentary glass of champagne upon check-in and can also purchase champagne, wine, or beer at reception to enjoy in the comfort of their rooms. Nightly rates start at $350. https://hideawaysantabarbara.com/