“I wanted to make sure that the rich topography and culture of Ventura Beach was incorporated into the design,” said Eduardo Renteria, senior interior designer at Level 3. “I used greys, blues, yellows and hints of purple to capture the casual, surf town vibe and feel of Ventura Beach,” he said.
The Marriott Ventura beach has been a solid destination for visitors since its opening in 1986. The city of Ventura, also known as the city of good fortune, is often revered for its breathtaking views, and was influential in the design concepts for the guest rooms.
“The hotel has 49 different room types, so each one was a unique discovery,” said Renteria. “Every detail from the carpet to the custom beach artwork chosen was inspired by the calming Mediterranean climate and the hazy, coastal texture that Ventura Beach offers,” he said.
Level 3 Design Group, acknowledged as one of the top hospitality design and FF&E purchasing firms of 2018 by Hotel Management Magazine, was founded in 1995 and earned its national reputation as a leader in hospitality interior design by providing sophisticated, elegant design solutions with unparalleled customer service experiences.
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