Architectural Digest:
SFA Design Transforms MacArthur Place From Victorian B&B To Luxe Hotel

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Jasmine Cottage

“Built to be the family estate of one of Sonoma’s wealthiest families in 1869, MacArthur Place was a Victorian-style manor that was considered the height of luxury at the time. Since 1997, the manor has operated as a boutique hotel. A new renovation to the property has turned the space into one of Sonoma’s chicest new places to stay, changing an old B&B into a stunning 64-key hotel and spa, along with a new restaurant named Layla due to open the first week of May. Still connected to the history of the area and surrounding wine country, the hotel was reimagined by SFA Design, with structural changes by RDC Architecture and experiential branding by Love & War. The remodeled destination is welcoming new guests just in time for its 150th anniversary.”

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