The design aesthetic of this hotel is beyond amazing...it's unique, fun, stylish, and luxurious in an un-stuffy way. I was so impressed with the overall vision/concept of the hotel. It definitely effused a cool, Montmartre-meets-Austin vibe. Kudos to whomever designed the place! They masterfully mixed old, new, traditional, and modern. There were countless details that made it one of the most memorable hotels we've ever stayed in.
Suite 4 was our abode which included this private, fenced backyard and firepit. We did a little post-dinner fireside drinking on Sunday night.
This is the patio off the lounge. Black and white stripe heaven!
Some sort of vintage car...sorry, that doesn't fall into my realm of interests :)
Old house...our suite was located at the back corner of this structure.
View from the pool area.
Most amazing umbrella ever!
Suite living room complete with a turntable (they have a vinyl library for guests). The decor mix in here is pretty awesome...suzani-covered chair, Noguchi coffee table, Chesterfield sofa, huge red Chinese chest, gilded mirror, and brass chandelier.
Swanky mini bar area in the living room...they take it to the next level with fancy cheeses, caviar, booze, etc.
Dog biscuits for our girls...as with most high-end hotels, they are dog friendly so we brought the pups.
View from living room to patio.
Homemade caramels - delicious and prettily displayed in a vintage silver/crystal coaster.
I must have a black and white chair like this.
Boudoir - I took this pic as soon as the bags were set down before anything could get messed up! The headboard is a tufted peacock blue number.
Gorgeous chandelier and rockin' curtains. Note the Saarinen Tulip table too.
Close-up of the pelmet boxes.
The black bathroom was neat but a little small. It had great fixtures, tile, and toiletries!
A parting shot of their quaint little sign.