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The Georgian Hotel Wins Hospitality Design Award

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Twilight bathes the façade of the Georgian Hotel, a symmetrical three-story building with a flat roof and a teal stucco exterior. It features contrasting white stone trim, decorative ironwork, and neon signage. The entrance is marked by a black and white striped awning, matching balcony canopies, and flanked by lush greenery.

The Georgian Hotel was recently honored with the Hospitality Design Award for Restorations, Transformations + Conversions. Originally built in 1931, this hotel was one of the first high-rises built along Ocean Ave in Santa Monica. HLW worked closely with project partners Fettle and BLVD Hospitality to restore this Art Deco monument to its former glory.

See how this space transports you to the Golden Age of Hollywood in Hospitality Design.