Hyatt Carmel Highlands Undergoing Renovations
Wednesday, June 1, 2016
Hyatt Carmel Highlands is working to complete one of the most exciting and anticipated renovations in its 99-year history. Their award-winning restaurant, Pacific’s Edge, as well as the guestrooms, bar, hotel entrance, and lobby area are currently undergoing many upscale enhancements. The renovations are inspired by the property’s renowned charms and stunning seaside location.
First built in 1916 by Frank Work (and shortly after sold to J. Frank Devendorf), the Highlands Inn was envisioned as a luxurious inn that combined with the natural rustic qualities of the environment it was set in. The Carmel Highlands was developed by Devendorf as a residential community in a unique setting among pine trees and roads that complimented its surroundings.
Renovations to the Hyatt Carmel Highlands will also include merging the hotel’s bistro, California Market, with the sophisticated Pacific’s Edit Restaurant. Combined, it will now be known as California Market at Pacific’s Edge. It will feature an exciting array of new dining options by Executive Chef Chad Minton that will soon be unveiled. Selections from both individual restaurants will be featured on the new menu.
The aim for the renovations is to refresh the property while maintaining the elements that has made it such a unique and authentic spot throughout the years. Currently, there is not set date for completion. Renovations will be completed in different phases to continually accommodate guests.
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