These colors will be reflected throughout the inn, including the guest rooms, which will range in size from 500 to 600 square feet, to three 900- square-foot suites and one two-bedroom, ultra-deluxe suite with 1,600 square feet.
Spa to Feature Indoor Waterfall
The Spa at The Allison is destined to become one of the most luxurious on the West Coast, according to Mary Arnstad of Arnstad Associates who has managed some of the leading hotels and resorts in the Pacific Northwest.
Arnstad is consulting on the project with Bruce Hraba of Waterford Hotels and Inns.
One feature will be a waterfall that will spill gently from one level to the next, creating a sense of serenity.
International spa consulting firm Health Fitness Dynamics of Pompano Beach, Fla., has been retained to provide insight on design, treatments and spa products.
In addition to deluxe treatment rooms, guests will be able to enjoy special services that may include use of natural materials from the area -- berry, fruit and nut scrubs and lotions -- or even wine-based treatments in recognition of the region's world-class varietals.
Conference Center Will Hold More Than 200
The Allison's conference center will be able to host up to more than 200 for meetings and social events. The ballroom can be reconfigured for smaller meetings and all meeting rooms have access to outdoor terraces.
Landscaping Reflects Owner's Love of Flowers, Trees
GGLO, which also is designing the landscape on the property, said it took cues from Springbrook owner Joan Austin.
"Mrs. Austin loves the trees on the property so we will save as many of
the majestic oaks, firs and Norway maples as poss
|SOURCE Springbrook Properties, Inc.|
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